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1. Marc Warren Marc Warren Actor, Wanted
2. Pauline Collins Pauline Collins Actress, You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger Pauline Collins, OBE, came to prominence with portraying Sarah Moffat in BBC's Upstairs, Downstairs and its spin-off Thomas and Sarah during the 1970s. After having played the title-role in the play "Shirley Valentine" for which she earned Laurence Olivier, Tony, and Drama Desk awards, she reprised the role in its film adaptation Shirley Valentine...
3. Zoë Wanamaker Zoë Wanamaker Actress, My Family
4. Donald Sumpter Donald Sumpter Actor, The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo
5. Geoffrey Palmer Geoffrey Palmer Actor, As Time Goes By Born in London on June 4th, 1927, Geoffrey Palmer worked in an imports office and then as an accountant before his girlfriend persuaded him to join the local amateur dramatics society. Eventually he became assistant stage manager at Croydon's Grand Theatre, and then spent several years touring with rep...
6. Peter Davison Peter Davison Actor, Doctor Who Peter Moffett, now better known by his stage name Peter Davison, was born on 13 April 1951 in the Streatham area of London. In 1961, he and his family - parents Sheila and Claude (an electrical engineer who hailed from British Guiana) and his sisters Barbara, Pamela and Shirley moved to Knaphill, Woking in Surrey...
7. Anne Reid Anne Reid Actress, Coronation Street After several small roles in the classic 1950s British TV shows 'The Adventures of Robin Hood' and 'Hancock's Half Hour' she found fame as Ken Barlow's wife Valerie in the #1 UK TV show 'Coronation Street' she remained with the show for a decade before leaving to give birth and bring up her son. Her character was accidentally electrocuted while trying to plug in a hairdryer...
8. Elisabeth Sladen Elisabeth Sladen Actress, Doctor Who Elisabeth Sladen was born in Liverpool, England. She attended drama school for two years before joining the local repertory theatre in her home town of Liverpool. She met actor Brian Miller during her first production there and they were later married after meeting again in Manchester, three years later...
9. Christopher Villiers Christopher Villiers Actor, Emmerdale Farm
10. Clive Swift Clive Swift Actor, Frenzy
11. David Troughton David Troughton Actor, Fingersmith David Troughton was born in London on 9 June 1950, the son of noted Shakespearean actor Patrick Troughton. He started his own acting career at the Unicorn Theatre for Children. His stage career has included repertory at Leeds, Manchester and Bromley, roles at the Royal Court and the National Theatre....
12. Christopher Ryan Christopher Ryan Actor, Absolutely Fabulous: The Movie Born in Bayswater, London on January 25, 1950, Christopher Papazoglou, later known as Christopher Ryan, trained at East 15 Acting School for three years before going to perform at the Glasgow Citizens' Theatre. Even though he portrayed a few minor roles in various television shows, It wasn't until 1982 that he was cast in The Young Ones as Mike 'The Cool Person'...
13. Sheila Reid Sheila Reid Actress, Brazil
14. Trevor Cooper Trevor Cooper Actor, Happy-Go-Lucky
15. Garrick Hagon Garrick Hagon Actor, Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope
16. Christopher Benjamin Christopher Benjamin Actor, The Plague Dogs
17. Janet Henfrey Janet Henfrey Actress, The Cook, the Thief, His Wife & Her Lover Janet Henfrey took English prelims at St Anne's, Oxford, after which she read history followed by a graduate year at Smith, from where she went to the RADA as part of their US intake. Since then she has had a varied career in the theatre and on film and television. The latter has included 'The Singing Detective'...
18. Lynda Baron Lynda Baron Actress, Yentl Lilian Baron known professionally as Lynda Baron, is an English actress, best known for playing Nurse Gladys Emmanuel in the BBC comedy series Open All Hours (1976-1985) and its sequel, Still Open All Hours (2013-2016). From 1993 to 1997, she played Auntie Mabel in BBC children's programme Come Outside and in 2006...
19. Tony Osoba Tony Osoba Actor, Dempsey and Makepeace Tony Osoba was born in Glasgow, Scotland, and has become a familiar face to TV audiences in a career spanning more than 30 years. Tony joined the RSAMD at the age of 18 in Glasgow. His breakthrough role came in 1974 when he starred opposite Ronnie Barker in the popular BBC sitcom 'Porridge'. Tony played in-mate Jock McLaren throughout the 3 seasons of the show...
20. Margaret John Margaret John Actress, Run, Fatboy, Run
21. Robin Soans Robin Soans Actor, The Queen
22. William Thomas William Thomas Actor, Solomon & Gaenor
23. John Leeson John Leeson Actor, Doctor Who After leaving school, John Leeson worked in a bookshop, and then as a porter in the Leicester Royal Infirmary Hospital. He joined the Leicester Dramatic Society and ultimately applied for and won a place at RADA. On leaving the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art, he worked in repertory and pantomimes, including "Toad of Toad Hall," in which he met his future wife...
24. Colin Spaull Colin Spaull Actor, Noddy in Toyland Colin Spaull is among a small band of actors who have appeared in the Classic and the New series of Doctor Who. Apart from Colin Baker (Revelation of the Daleks) and David Tennant (Rise of the Cybermen and Age of Steel), Colin has worked with two other Doctors, Paul McGann in "Grand Theft Cosmos" for Big Finish Productions and Peter Davidson in "The Last Detective"...
25. Sydney Newman Sydney Newman Writer, Doctor Who
26. Nick Hobbs Nick Hobbs Stunts, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2
27. Lee Sheward Lee Sheward Stunts, The Dark Knight Rises
28. Graeme Harper Graeme Harper Director, Coronation Street Grame Harper was originally a child actor, appearing in adaptations of The Pickwick Papers and The Silver Sword among other productions, before becoming a floor assistant at the BBC in 1965 and then an assistant floor manager in 1969. He worked on the serials Colony in Space: Episode One, Planet of the Daleks: Episode One and Planet of the Spiders: Part One during the Jon Pertwee years...
29. Robert Goodman Robert Goodman Actor, Gangs of New York Robert Goodman was born in Northampton in the UK but now lives in central London. In the early days of his career between acting roles Robert worked as a London tour guide, and as a magician in the world famous Hamleys toy store in London's Regent Street. In his spare time Robert writes and makes his own short films...
30. Nisha Nayar Nisha Nayar Actress, The Story of Tracy Beaker
31. Terry Nation Terry Nation Writer, Doctor Who Before becoming a film scriptwriter, Terry Nation was a prolific writer of UK television scripts in both the action and science fiction genres. His scripts are noted for their depth, i.e. they usually have many sub-plots as well as the main plot. As a writer on the BBC's Doctor Who series, he created the Daleks...
32. Verity Lambert Verity Lambert Producer, Eldorado A young Verity Lambert began her career as TV producer when given the chance to produce the new children's television sci-fi series Doctor Who in early 1963. Due to the fact this was her first job as a producer, Mervyn Pinfield was given guardian role over the series, but Verity's talents were soon recognised...
33. Brian Miller Brian Miller Actor, Brazil
34. Jessica Martin Jessica Martin Actress, Dragon Quest VIII: Journey of the Cursed King
35. Louis Mahoney Louis Mahoney Actor, Captain Phillips Gambian Louis Felix Danner Mahoney was born on Septenber 8 1938 and originally came to England to train as a doctor. However he abandoned medicine for the stage,enrolling at acting school in the 1970s. He has also been a tireless campaigner for racial equality in his profession,as a member of the Equity Afro-Asian Committee and as co-creator,with Mike Phillips,of the Black Theatre Workshop...
36. Bella Emberg Bella Emberg Actress, Bear Behaving Badly
37. Gabriel Woolf Gabriel Woolf Actor, Knights of the Round Table
38. Arthur Cox Arthur Cox Actor, Aria
39. Trevor Laird Trevor Laird Actor, Secrets & Lies
40. Rocky Taylor Rocky Taylor Stunts, Avengers: Age of Ultron
41. Ron Grainer Ron Grainer Music Department, Doctor Who Ron Grainer was one of the outstanding composers of music for British television. He was born in a small mining town called Atherton, Queensland, Australia on 11th August 1922, where his father owned the local milk bar. His mother played piano and Ron was on the keyboard from the age of two and considered a child genius...
42. Mike Mungarvan Mike Mungarvan Actor, Young Soul Rebels
43. Rona Munro Rona Munro Writer, Aimee & Jaguar Rona Munro started writing professionally in 1981 and writes for film, television, stage and radio. Film credits include Vater X film Germany 2002 'Aimee and Jaguar' Senator film Germany 1996 Silver Bear winner Berlin film festival, nominated for a Golden Globe - Best foreign film 'Ladybird Ladybird' directed by Ken Loach...
44. Robert Holmes Robert Holmes Writer, Doctor Who In 1944, at the age of eighteen, Holmes joined the army, fighting with the Queen's Own Cameron Highlanders regiment in Burma. He rapidly earned a commission, and as such became the youngest commissioned officer in the entire British army during the Second World War. The fact that he lied about his age to get into the army was discovered at his commissioning...
45. Barry Letts Barry Letts Producer, Doctor Who Barry Letts started his career as an actor. He began in repertory in York whilst also working for a local radio station in Leeds. After a chance meeting with BBC producer/director Rex Tucker, he started working with him first on radio and then on television. His first television appearance was in a 1950 production of "Gunpowder Guy," about Guy Fawkes...
46. David Warwick David Warwick Actor, The Prince of Denmark
47. Bob Baker Bob Baker Writer, The Curse of the Were-Rabbit
48. Terrance Dicks Terrance Dicks Miscellaneous Crew, Doctor Who Born in East Ham, London, England in 1935, Terrance Dicks was educated at the local grammar school and went on to study English at Downing College, Cambridge. After two years' national service in the army, he got a job as an advertising copywriter. This lasted for five years, during which time he started writing radio scripts as a sideline...
49. Robert Banks Stewart Robert Banks Stewart Writer, Bergerac
50. Brian Hayles Brian Hayles Writer, United!
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