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1. Simon Ward Simon Ward Actor, Young Winston The son of a car dealer, the British actor Simon Ward was born in London, England, in 1941, and educated there at Alleyn's School, the home of the National Youth Theatre, which he joined at age 13 and stayed with for eight years. After attending the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art, he worked in repertory in Northampton...
2. Leo McKern Leo McKern Actor, A Man for All Seasons Although he sounded very British, Leo McKern was an Australian. By the time he was 15 years old, he had endured an accident that left him without his left eye. A glass eye replaced it - one might conjecture for the better, as far as making McKern a one-day actor of singular focus (no pun intended; his face had that extremely focused look)...
3. Jack Watson Jack Watson Actor, The Hill Tall, rugged, red-haired character actor whose heavily lined face suggested a hard life. Started in show biz with his father, Nosmo King (real name Vernon Watson), as half of a music hall double act. Later worked as a monologuist and impersonator in radio. During the Second World War, he served as petty officer in the Royal Navy...
4. Joe Strummer Joe Strummer Soundtrack, Black Hawk Down Although best known as the outspoken front man for legendary punk rock group The Clash, Joe Strummer also carved out an interesting niche as an actor once the band broke up. The Clash formed in 1976, and along with the Sex Pistols spearheaded the British punk rock scene. By 1979, The Clash had broadened their musical horizons at a time when most punk bands were painting themselves into a corner...
5. Edward Sinclair Edward Sinclair Actor, Dad's Army
6. John Gregson John Gregson Actor, Pursuit of the Graf Spee A former telephone engineer who dabbled in amateur dramatics, John Gregson served aboard a minesweeper with the Royal Navy during World War II. After demobilisation, he joined the Liverpool Old Vic, making his stage debut in 'The Knight of the Burning Pestle'. Freshly married, he moved to London and...
7. Bill Wallis Bill Wallis Actor, Brazil
8. Bernard Archard Bernard Archard Actor, Krull Tall, incisive, aquiline-featured British character actor. Born in Fulham, London, Archard won a scholarship to study at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art in 1938. The following year, he made his stage debut opposite Jessica Tandy in Shakespeare's Twelfth Night, at the Regent's Park Theatre. A conscientious objector during the war...
9. Graham Moffatt Graham Moffatt Actor, Oh, Mr. Porter! Of all the films that Graham Moffatt worked on, about half were with Will Hay, in his Billy-Bunter style persona. After being dropped by Will Hay, Moffatt (and Moore Marriott) went on to support Edmund Gwenn in Cheer Boys Cheer and Arthur Askey in Band Waggon. The last film he made with Moore Marriott was in 1943...
10. Ernest Clark Ernest Clark Actor, Gandhi A distinguished stage actor, Ernest Clark was best known to British television viewers for his role as the crusty "Sir Geoffrey Loftus" in the long running "Doctor" comedy series during the 1970s. Born in Maida Vale, Clark was the son of a master builder and was educated at Marylebone Grammar School. His first job was as a reporter on a local newspaper and he was also a keen amateur actor...
11. John Abineri John Abineri Actor, The Godfather: Part III
12. Mick Aston Mick Aston Self, Tockenham, Wiltshire
13. Peter Birrel Peter Birrel Actor, Sharpe's Company Peter Birrel married actress Stephanie Cole only a few years before he died. They appeared together in a play early in both of their careers and met up by chance some 40 or so years. Peter is widely celebrated for his role as a Draconian in the 1973 Doctor Who story Frontier In Space.
14. Howard Goorney Howard Goorney Actor, Fiddler on the Roof
15. Jerold Wells Jerold Wells Actor, The Element of Crime
16. Evelyn Waugh Evelyn Waugh Writer, Brideshead Revisited
17. Michael Sharvell-Martin Michael Sharvell-Martin Actor, The Best of Benny Hill
18. Dick King-Smith Dick King-Smith Writer, Babe
19. Robert Cawdron Robert Cawdron Actor, Saturday Night and Sunday Morning
20. Leslie Crowther Leslie Crowther Self, Grand Final 1992
21. Acker Bilk Acker Bilk Soundtrack, There's Something About Mary
22. Mike Roberts Mike Roberts Camera and Electrical Department, Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade
23. Clare Kelly Clare Kelly Actress, Georgy Girl
24. John Grierson John Grierson Producer, The Song of Ceylon
25. Patrick Fyffe Patrick Fyffe Actor, Look After the Pennies One of the most original female impersonators of his generation Patrick Fyffe was better known as Dame Hilda Bracket, the acid tongued singing half of the comedy double act Hinge and Bracket. Accompanied on the piano by her friend Dr. Evadne Hinge (George Logan) the elderly Dame Dame Hilda treated audiences...
26. Hubert Rees Hubert Rees Actor, The Great Train Robbery
27. Christy Brown Christy Brown Writer, My Left Foot
28. Valerie Gearon Valerie Gearon Actress, Anne of the Thousand Days
29. John Christopher John Christopher Writer, No Blade of Grass Christopher Samuel Youd aka John Christoher aka Samuel Youd is a British writer of science fiction who is best known for his post-apocalyptic novels 'The Death of Grass' aka 'No Blade of Grass' (1957) and 'The Gaurdians' (1970), and the popular trilogy 'The Tripods' (1967-68). He became well known during 1950s...
30. William Devlin William Devlin Actor, Jamaica Inn
31. Madoline Thomas Madoline Thomas Actress, Home and the Heart
32. John Garrie John Garrie Actor, The Private Life of Sherlock Holmes
33. Robin Bush Robin Bush Self, Chicksands, Bedfordshire
34. Vernon Harris Vernon Harris Writer, Oliver!
35. Alicia Markova Alicia Markova Self, Episode #4.25
36. Christine Pollon Christine Pollon Actress, Lottie's Boy
37. Phyllis Konstam Phyllis Konstam Actress, Murder!
38. Trevor Duncan Trevor Duncan Soundtrack, Ed Wood
39. Jacky Gillott Jacky Gillott Self, Episode #1.4
40. Peter West Peter West Self, Episode #1.3 Peter West was one of the most versatile journalists of his generation. As a freelancer, he worked for the BBC in radio and television for forty years in every department, except Drama. He covered BBC cricket for 35 summers, rugby union for forty winters, 27 Wimbledon tennis tournaments and various other broadcasting assignments...
41. Mark Puckle Mark Puckle Self, Episode dated 12 April 1970
42. Hal Osmond Hal Osmond Actor, Errand of Mercy
43. Hayden Pearce Hayden Pearce Production Designer, Solomon & Gaenor
44. Peter Woods Peter Woods Actor, Eddie Monsoon, a Life
45. Nicolas Bentley Nicolas Bentley Actor, The Floating Dutchman
46. Leonard Lewis Leonard Lewis Producer, Heads You Win, Tails I Lose
47. Richard Walter Richard Walter Actor, The Burden of Proof
48. Jack Maxsted Jack Maxsted Art Director, Papillon
49. Margaret St. Barbe West Margaret St. Barbe West Actress, Urge to Kill
50. John King John King Producer, The Healer
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