24 names.

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1. Ian Carmichael Ian Carmichael Actor, I'm All Right Jack Unassuming, innocent-eyed and always ingratiating, Brit comedy actor Ian Carmichael was quite the popular chap in late 50s and early 60s film. He was born in Hull, Yorkshire, England on June 18, 1920, the son of Arthur Denholm Carmichael, an optician, and his wife Kate (Gillett). After receiving his schooling at Bromsgove High School and Scarborough College...
2. Jane Arden Jane Arden Actress, Separation Jane Arden was born in Wales in 1927 and left for London in her teens. She trained at RADA and quickly began working as an actress and playwright. It was there that she met her future husband, Philip Saville, who is now perhaps most known for his work Boys from the Blackstuff and The Life and Loves of a She-Devil. They had 2 children, Sebastian Saville and Dominic Saville and one step- child, Elizabeth Saville...
3. James Herriot James Herriot Writer, All Creatures Great and Small Alf Wight ("James Herriot") was born on 3 October 1916 in Sunderland, near Newcastle. However the family moved to Yoker, a suburb of Glasgow, when Alf was three weeks old. He attended Glasgow Veterinary School. He moved to Thirsk, North Yorkshire, in 1940, to work for Donald Sinclair ("Siegfried Farnon") at his practice at 23 Kirkgate...
4. Sid Waddell Sid Waddell Writer, The Flaxton Boys
5. Beatrice Dawson Beatrice Dawson Costume Designer, The Servant
6. John Sichel John Sichel Director, Three Sisters Early in his career, John was asked by Laurence Olivier to direct the National Theatre Company in the award-winning film of Chekhov's Three Sisters with Olivier, Joan Plowright and Alan Bates. He then went on to direct Olivier in Shakespeare's The Merchant of Venice and Alec Guinness and Ralph Richardson in Twelfth Night...
7. Geoffrey Smith Geoffrey Smith Self, Gardeners' World
8. Jack Watkinson Jack Watkinson Miscellaneous Crew, All Creatures Great and Small
9. Victor Watson Victor Watson Self, Under the Boardwalk: The Monopoly Story
10. Bob Appleyard Bob Appleyard Self, Ken Russell 'In Search of the English Folk Song'
11. Paddy Cunningham Paddy Cunningham Sound Department, Lawrence of Arabia Paddy Cunningham, also known as Rex, was a sound recordist for film and TV during the 1960's and 1970's. Most notably he worked with renowned British filmmaker David Lean on 'Lawrence Of Arabia' in 1962 and 'Doctor Zhivago' in 1965. 'Doctor Zivago' won 5 Golden Globes and 5 Oscars, and was nominated for the Oscar for 'Best Sound' at the 38th Academy Awards in America...
12. Florence Hunter Florence Hunter Actress, A Fallen Star
13. Earle Couttie Earle Couttie Writer, Watch Your Stern
14. Richard Yarrow Richard Yarrow Art Director, The Clouded Yellow
15. William Mayne William Mayne Writer, A Swarm in May
16. Stanley Forman Stanley Forman Director, Compañero: Victor Jara of Chile
17. Michael Waterson Michael Waterson Self, Travelling for a Living
18. Andrew Hutt Andrew Hutt Actor, Is That It?
19. Paul Clements Paul Clements
20. Deborah Clements Deborah Clements
21. Derrick Boothroyd Derrick Boothroyd Writer, Value for Money
22. Wilfred Mellers Wilfred Mellers Self, The Compleat Beatles
23. Andrew Dow Andrew Dow Thanks, Speed Machines
24. Alan Sidi Alan Sidi Director, 8 O'Clock Special
24 names.