28 names.

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1. Dermot Morgan Dermot Morgan Actor, The First Snow of Winter Dermot went to University College Dublin, where he studied English and Philosopy. In 1974 he took up a teaching post, but left 2 years later to persue the comedy career that he had started at university. In 1979 his first introduction to TV came with an appearance on "Live Mike" on RTE television as Fr...
2. Reginald Denny Reginald Denny Actor, Rebecca Acting was in the blood for Reginald Denny. He came from an acting family, his father being stage actor/singer W.H. Denny, a member of the Gilbert and Sullivan Opera Company. The younger Denny had made his stage debut at 6 years old, but his future was not yet set in that direction. His schooling continued through attendance at St...
3. Richard Morant Richard Morant Actor, The Company of Wolves
4. Ellaline Terriss Ellaline Terriss Actress, Land of Hope and Glory Ellaline Terriss was a leading musical comedy star in the late Victorian and Edwardian period. She was the daughter of one famous actor, William Terriss (born William Lewin in 1847; murdered by a disgruntled actor in 1897), and the wife of an even more famous and accomplished one, Sir Seymour Hicks, whom she was married to from 1893 until his death in 1949...
5. Barbara Mitchell Barbara Mitchell Actress, Who's Afraid of the Big Bad Bear?
6. Edward Rigby Edward Rigby Actor, The Girl Was Young
7. Innes Lloyd Innes Lloyd Producer, An Englishman Abroad
8. Vivienne Burgess Vivienne Burgess Actress, Muriel and Sally: Part 2
9. Inman Hunter Inman Hunter Editor, The Overlanders
10. James Williamson James Williamson Director, A Photographic Contortion
11. David C. Anderson David C. Anderson Second Unit Director or Assistant Director, From Russia with Love
12. Anthony Nelson Keys Anthony Nelson Keys Producer, Horror of Dracula
13. Leedham Bantock Leedham Bantock Director, Old Scrooge
14. Brock Williams Brock Williams Writer, Uncle Willie's Bicycle Shop
15. Frank Sieman Frank Sieman Actor, The Knack... and How to Get It
16. Huw Wheldon Huw Wheldon Self, Elgar Huw Wheldon was born in Prestatyn in North Wales in May 1916. After attending Friar's School, Bangor, he studied at the London School of Economics. In 1939, at the outbreak of war, he volunteered, eventually joining the Royal Ulster Rifles. He landed in Normandy by glider on D-Day and won the Military Cross on D Day + 1...
17. Rodney Ackland Rodney Ackland Writer, 49th Parallel Ackland studied for the stage at the Central School of Speech Training and Dramatic Art in London, England. He made his stage debut in 1924 at the Gate Theatre. Spent several years acting before turning to the cinema. His first screenwriting success came with his collaboration on Bank Holiday in 1938. His career was split between screen writing and his favoured medium of stage acting.
18. Roy Bottomley Roy Bottomley Writer, Emmerdale
19. V.B. Lyndon-Haynes V.B. Lyndon-Haynes Second Unit Director or Assistant Director, Beware of Pity
20. W.H. Lindop W.H. Lindop Sound Department, A Christmas Carol
21. Leslie Stuart Leslie Stuart Soundtrack, The Iron Lady
22. Dennis Maddison Dennis Maddison Art Department, Superman III
23. Charles Ancliffe Charles Ancliffe Soundtrack, Freaks
24. Allan Tyrer Allan Tyrer Editor, America
25. George Martin George Martin Writer, Tonight with Dave Allen
26. Hugh Burnett Hugh Burnett Director, Danny Blanchflower
27. David Taylor David Taylor Self, Episode #7.46
28. D.P. Cooper D.P. Cooper Cinematographer, Inquest
28 names.