Birth Place Matching "St. Andrews, Scotland, UK" (Sorted by Popularity Ascending)
Actress | Clash of the Titans
Susan Fleetwood was born on September 21, 1944 in St. Andrews, Scotland as Susan Maureen Fleetwood. She was an actress, known for Clash of the Titans (1981), Young Sherlock Holmes (1985) and Department S (1969). She died on September 29, 1995 in Salisbury, England.
Actress | Michael Clayton
Jennifer Van Dyck was born in St. Andrews, Scotland and raised in Princeton, NJ. She graduated from Brown University with a double major in Religious Studies and Theatre Arts. She began her career at Trinity Rep under the leadership of Adrian Hall. Richard Jenkins directed her there in Arthur ...
3. KT Tunstall
Soundtrack | Man of the Year
KT Tunstall enchants audiences and engages with every song, and that's why she continues to resonate not only among fans but throughout pop culture at large. Scotland born and now Los Angeles based, KT Tunstall emerged with her 2004 classic debut Eye to the Telescope, spawning such international ...
Sound Department | Captain America: Civil War
Stuart McCowan grew up in the county of Fife, Scotland. After graduating from Waid Academy High School in Anstruther, Fife, Stuart studied Radio Broadcasting at Glenrothes College and graduated with a Higher National Certificate. Stuart was immediately headhunted by Central FM in Stirling, Scotland...
Actor | The City of the Dead
Norman MacOwan was born on January 2, 1877 in St. Andrews, Fife, Scotland. He was an actor and writer, known for The City of the Dead (1960), Kidnapped (1960) and BBC Sunday-Night Theatre (1950). He was married to Violet [Ellen] Stephenson (actress). He died on December 31, 1961 in Hastings, East ...
8. Iain Bayne
Sound Department | Runrig: Live at Stirling Castle
Iain Bayne was born on January 22, 1960 in St. Andrews, Fife, Scotland. He is known for his work on Runrig: Live at Stirling Castle (1997), Geld oder Liebe (1989) and Runrig: Wheel in Motion (1992). He is married to Rachel. They have one child.
16. Jo Grimond
Writer | One Pair of Eyes
Jo Grimond was born on July 29, 1913 in St. Andrews, Fife, Scotland as Joseph Grimond. He was a writer, known for One Pair of Eyes (1967), Midweek (1972) and This Is Your Life (1955). He was married to Laura Bonham Carter. He died on October 24, 1993 in Orkney, Scotland.