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1. Barry Jones (Person)
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Barry Jones (6 March 1893 – 1 May 1981) was an actor seen in British and American films, on American television and on the stage.

2. Duncan Wood (Person)
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Duncan Wood (24 March 1925 in Bristol, England – 11 January 1997) was a British comedy producer, director and writer. His best-known achievements were to produce all of Tony Hancock's Half Hours for BBC TV during the late 1950s and early 1960s, and later, also with Hancock's former writers Ray Galton and Alan Simpson, the classic British sitcom Steptoe and Son for most of its run. He also produced the first series of The Bed-Sit Girl. From 1972-73, he was the BBC's Head of Comedy, but left in 1973 to become Head of Light Entertainment at Yorkshire Television and was responsible for commissioning Rising Damp.

3. Jeremy Brett (Person)
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Jeremy Brett (born Peter Jeremy William Huggins; 3 November 1933 – 12 September 1995), was an English actor, probably best known for playing fictional detective Sherlock Holmes in four Granada TV series from 1984 to 1994 in all 41 episodes. His career spanned from stage, to television and film, to Shakespeare and musical theatre. He is also remembered for playing the besotted Freddie Eynsford-Hill in the Warner Bros. 1964 production of My Fair Lady.

4. Ron Moody (Person)
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Ron Moody (born Ronald Moodnick; 8 January 1924 – 11 June 2015) was a British actor, best known for his Golden Globe-winning and Oscar-nominated performance as Fagin in Oliver! He holds the distinction of having portrayed Merlin the wizard in two Disney films, Unidentified Flying Oddball and A Kid in King Arthur's Court.

5. Judy Davis (Person)
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Judy Davis (born 23 April 1955) is an Australian film, television and stage actress. An eight-time AACTA Award winner, she won two BAFTA Awards for her role as Sybylla Melvin in the 1979 film My Brilliant Career, and received Academy Award nominations for A Passage to India (1984) and Husbands and Wives (1992). She is also a three-time Emmy Award winner; for Serving in Silence (1995), the title role in Life with Judy Garland: Me and My Shadows (2001), and The Starter Wife (2007). As a student at the National Institute of Dramatic Art, Davis played opposite Mel Gibson in Romeo and Juliet. Her other stage credits include Piaf (Perth 1980), Insignificance (London 1982), the title role in...

6. Gudrun Ure (Person)
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Gudrun Ure (born 12 March 1926, in Campsie, Strathclyde) is a Scottish actress, most famous for her portrayal of the titular character in Super Gran. In Orson Welles' 1951 stage production of Othello, Welles (as the title character) once got carried away and banged Desdemona's head vigorously against the wall, eliciting protests from the audience. Ure was the victim of his enthusiasm. She also starred in the pilot of a series called Life After Life, written by Yes Minister creator Jonathan Lynn. However, no further episodes were made. She has also appeared in The 10th Kingdom as Mrs Murray, the wife of Tony Lewis' tyrannical boss and owner of their apartment building, T-Bag and the...

7. Bernard Lloyd (Person)
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Bernard Lloyd (born 30 January 1934) is a Welsh actor noted for his television roles. He attended the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art and he has performed with the Royal Shakespeare Company. Perhaps his most famous role is as The Traveller, the man who tries to unravel signalman Denholm Elliott's predicament in the 1976 Ghost Story for Christmas "The SignalMan". He also played William Holman Hunt in the 1975 Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood drama The Love School. Beginning his TV career in Redcap in 1965, he has played roles in Inspector Morse, Agatha Christie's Poirot and Lewis. He also played Jacob Marley's ghost in the 1999 television film adaptation of A Christmas Carol. In 2009 he played...

8. Rosemary Leach (Person)
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Rosemary Leach (born 18 December 1935) is an English stage, television and film actress. She won the 1982 Olivier Award for Best Actress in a New Play for 84, Charing Cross Road and received Best Supporting Actress BAFTA Award nominations for her roles in the films That'll Be the Day (1973) and A Room with a View (1986). She appeared in several TV mini-series' including Germinal (1970), The Jewel in the Crown (1982), The Charmer (1987), The Buccaneers (1995) and Berkeley Square (1998) and had a recurring role on the sitcom My Family (2003-07).

9. Sir Michael Hordern (Person)
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Sir Michael Murray Hordern, CBE (3 October 1911 – 2 May 1995) was an English stage and film actor whose career spanned nearly 60 years. He is best known for his Shakespearean roles, especially that of King Lear, which he played to much acclaim on stage in Stratford-upon-Avon in 1969 and London in 1970. He then successfully assumed the role on television five years later. He often appeared in film, rising from a bit part actor in the late 1930s to a member of the main cast; by the time of his death he had appeared in nearly 140 cinema roles. His later work was predominantly in television and radio.

10. Tommy Steele (Person)
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British entertainer

11. Peter Pratt (Person)
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Peter Pratt (21 March 1923 – 11 January 1995) was an English actor and singer who is best remembered for his comic roles in the Gilbert and Sullivan comic operas. Pratt started his career in the chorus of the D'Oyly Carte Opera Company in 1945, moving up to small roles and then understudying Martyn Green, the principal comedian. From 1951 to 1959, he was the company's principal comedian, earning critical praise in the famous "patter" roles. After leaving the company, he moved on to a career in theatre, television, concert and radio, although he continued to perform the Gilbert and Sullivan roles throughout his career. One of his best-known television roles was the second Master in the...

12. David Bailie (Person)
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David Bailie (born 4 December 1937)is an English actor, known for his performances on stage, television and film. In the 1960s and '70s he worked for both the National Theatre and the Royal Shakespeare Company, where he was an associate artist. On TV he played "Dask" in the 1977 Doctor Who serial The Robots of Death, and also appeared in Blake's 7. On film he played the mute pirate Cotton in the Pirates of the Caribbean trilogy. Bailie is also a professional photographer, specialising in portrait photography. He has a studio in West Kensington, London.

13. Peter Bartlett (Person)
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Peter Bartlett (born August 28, 1942) is an American-born actor. With appearances on shows such as Law & Order and films such as Meet the Parents, Bartlett portrayed Nigel Bartholomew-Smythe on the ABC soap opera, One Life to Live. He had portrayed this role from 1991 until the soap's cancellation in 2012. In 2009, he began portraying Nigel's English cousin Neville. In 2004 he appeared on Broadway playing the role of Pluto in The Frogs, the Stephen Sondheim -Burt Shevelove -Nathan Lane adaptation which played at the Vivian Beaumont Theater at Lincoln Center. His lively performance was well received by critics and audiences, and Stephen Sondheim has stated that Mr. Bartlett's delivery of...

14. Daphne Heard (Person)
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Daphne Heard (1 August 1904 – 22 June 1983) was an English actress. She was born in Plymouth, Devon. As an actress she had a long and distinguished career on the stage, especially in classical roles, before television where she perhaps was best known to the general public in latter years as Richard's elderly mother Mrs Polouvicka in To the Manor Born.

15. Nigel Lambert (Person)
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Nigel Lambert (born 1944), is a voice actor, best known for his role as the narrator of the first series of the BBC comedy series Look Around You. He is the voice of Mr Curry in The Adventures of Paddington Bear television series and also "Papa" in the Dolmio pasta sauce puppet commercials. He also appeared as Operative Chris Granger in the UFO episode "Computer Affair" and contributed extensively to the magazine partwork Story Teller published by Marshall Cavendish, consisting of a fortnightly magazine and cassette tape featuring children's stories.

16. Billie Whitelaw (Person)
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Billie Honor Whitelaw, CBE (6 June 1932 – 21 December 2014) was an English actress. She worked in close collaboration with Irish playwright Samuel Beckett for 25 years and was regarded as one of the foremost interpreters of his works. She was also known for her portrayal of Mrs Baylock, the demonic nanny in the 1976 horror film The Omen. Whitelaw was appointed a CBE in the 1991 Birthday Honours.

17. Robert East (Person)
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Robert Gwyn East (born 7 July 1943) is a theatre and TV actor. He also wrote Incident at Tulse Hill, first produced at the Hampstead Theatre in December 1981 under the direction of Harold Pinter. He is perhaps best known for playing Harry, the Prince of Wales, in BBC comedy series The Black Adder (1983). East's other television appearances include regular appearances on Dave Allen at Large (1973–1979), as well as roles in Emma (1972), Napoleon and Love (1974), Moody and Pegg (1974), Rentaghost (1976), Happy Ever After (1976), Potter (1980), Kelly Monteith (1980), Yes, Minister (1982), Terry and June (1985), Rumpole of the Bailey (1987), Yes, Prime Minister (1987), Bread (1987), 'Allo ...

18. Peter Sallis (Person)
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actor from England

19. Walter Randall (Person)
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Walter Randall was a British dancer turned actor with numerous roles in British television, including parts in The Saint, Out of This World, Yes Minister, The Professionals and Dixon of Dock Green. His film appearances included roles in The Hand (1960) and Tiffany Jones (1973). He appeared in the Doctor Who story The Aztecs in 1964, and was interviewed for the DVD release in 2002. Five further appearances on the programme followed, the last of which was Planet of the Spiders in 1974. Randall died in 2008.

20. Bernard Hill (Person)
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Bernard Hill (born 17 December 1944) is an English film, stage and television actor. He is known for playing Yosser Hughes, the troubled 'hard man' whose life is falling apart in Alan Bleasdale's groundbreaking 1980s TV drama Boys from the Blackstuff. He is also known for roles in blockbuster films, including Captain Edward Smith in Titanic, King Théoden in The Lord of the Rings film trilogy and as the Warden of San Quentin Prison in the Clint Eastwood film True Crime.

21. Cedric Messina (Person)
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Cedric Messina (14 December 1920 in Port Elizabeth, South Africa — 30 April 1993 in London) was a South-African born British television producer and director who worked for the BBC and is best remembered for his involvement in television productions of classic drama.

22. Tyler Butterworth (Person)
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Tyler Butterworth (born 6 February 1959, Redhill, Surrey) is an English actor, who has appeared in Rumpole of the Bailey, Bergerac, Last of the Summer Wine, The Bill, The Darling Buds of May, Hetty Wainthropp Investigates and Osborne in the ITV sitcom Fiddlers Three. He also played Proteus in the BBC Shakespeare adaption of The Two Gentlemen of Verona in 1983. He played the role of Angelo in the CITV children's sci-fi comedy series Mike and Angelo for its first two series. His first roles were as a child in the 1960s in such films as Darling (1965) and the Morecambe & Wise movie The Magnificent Two (1967). He later starred in the black comedy Consuming Passions (1988) opposite Vanessa...

23. David Horovitch (Person)
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David Horovitch (born 11 August 1945) is an English actor, perhaps best known for playing the character of Inspector Slack in Miss Marple.

24. Michael N. Harbour (Person)
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Michael Ninian Harbour (4 July 1945 – 9 April 2009) usually credited as Michael N. Harbour, was a British actor. In a career spanning forty years from 1969 until his death, he took on roles in television programmes such as The Line of Beauty, Heartbeat, Casualty, Doctors, Dixon of Dock Green and Midsomer Murders. Michael Harbour also lent his voice to the character of Edgar Barker in the UFO: Afterlight computer game. Michael died on 9 April 2009 at home with his family.

25. Thorley Walters (Person)
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Thorley Walters (12 May 1913 – 6 July 1991) was an English character actor. He is probably best remembered for his comedy film roles such as in Two-Way Stretch and Carlton-Browne of the FO.

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Tommy Steele (Person)
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Duncan Wood (Person)
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rdfs:label Duncan Wood[en-gb]
rdfs:label Duncan Wood
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rdfs:comment Duncan Wood (24 March 1925 in Bristol, England – 11 January 1997) was a British comedy producer, director and writer. His best-known achievements were to produce all of Tony Hancock's Half Hours for BBC TV during the late 1950s and early 1960s, and later, also with Hancock's former writers Ray Galton and Alan Simpson, the classic British sitcom Steptoe and Son for most of its run. He also produced the first series of The Bed-Sit Girl. From 1972-73, he was the BBC's Head of Comedy, but left in 1973 to become Head of Light Entertainment at Yorkshire Television and was responsible for commissioning Rising Damp.
Result #19
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Result #18
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Thorley Walters (Person)
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rdf:type owl:Thing
rdfs:label Thorley Walters[en-gb]
rdfs:label Thorley Walters
rdfs:comment Thorley Walters (12 May 1913 – 6 July 1991) was an English character actor. He is probably best remembered for his comedy film roles such as in Two-Way Stretch and Carlton-Browne of the FO.
Result #16
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Robert East (Person)
Universal identifier /1385b553fc824adfb8ac63b5609e01b6#id
rdfs:comment Robert Gwyn East (born 7 July 1943) is a theatre and TV actor. He also wrote Incident at Tulse Hill, first produced at the Hampstead Theatre in December 1981 under the direction of Harold Pinter. He is perhaps best known for playing Harry, the Prince of Wales, in BBC comedy series The Black Adder (1983). East's other television appearances include regular appearances on Dave Allen at Large (1973–1979), as well as roles in Emma (1972), Napoleon and Love (1974), Moody and Pegg (1974), Rentaghost (1976), Happy Ever After (1976), Potter (1980), Kelly Monteith (1980), Yes, Minister (1982), Terry and June (1985), Rumpole of the Bailey (1987), Yes, Prime Minister (1987), Bread (1987), 'Allo ...
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rdfs:label Robert East (actor)
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Rosemary Leach (Person)
Universal identifier /4842e7518e944ecfae6cd92f58285a67#id
rdfs:comment Rosemary Leach (born 18 December 1935) is an English stage, television and film actress. She won the 1982 Olivier Award for Best Actress in a New Play for 84, Charing Cross Road and received Best Supporting Actress BAFTA Award nominations for her roles in the films That'll Be the Day (1973) and A Room with a View (1986). She appeared in several TV mini-series' including Germinal (1970), The Jewel in the Crown (1982), The Charmer (1987), The Buccaneers (1995) and Berkeley Square (1998) and had a recurring role on the sitcom My Family (2003-07).
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rdfs:label Rosemary Leach[en-gb]
rdfs:label Rosemary Leach
Result #7
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Result #20
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Result #12
Universal identifier /people#8d4085eb6d5d4276b7cdd291e674a4ae
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rdfs:label Result #12[en-gb]
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Result #21
Universal identifier /people#2f3046dd67bf40eebce63fd516879e72
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olo:item /2f3046dd67bf40eebce63fd516879e72#id
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Result #22
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Gudrun Ure (Person)
Universal identifier /d40952661f9345d6918782c135c8fe06#id
rdfs:comment Gudrun Ure (born 12 March 1926, in Campsie, Strathclyde) is a Scottish actress, most famous for her portrayal of the titular character in Super Gran. In Orson Welles' 1951 stage production of Othello, Welles (as the title character) once got carried away and banged Desdemona's head vigorously against the wall, eliciting protests from the audience. Ure was the victim of his enthusiasm. She also starred in the pilot of a series called Life After Life, written by Yes Minister creator Jonathan Lynn. However, no further episodes were made. She has also appeared in The 10th Kingdom as Mrs Murray, the wife of Tony Lewis' tyrannical boss and owner of their apartment building, T-Bag and the...
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rdfs:label Gudrun Ure
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Result #15
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Result #17
Universal identifier /people#1385b553fc824adfb8ac63b5609e01b6
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olo:item /1385b553fc824adfb8ac63b5609e01b6#id
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People (Dataset)
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Nigel Lambert (Person)
Universal identifier /83e74acb715d4e85aa86b6ad4667926b#id
rdfs:label Nigel Lambert[en-gb]
rdfs:label Nigel Lambert
rdf:type owl:Thing
rdf:type foaf:Person
rdfs:comment Nigel Lambert (born 1944), is a voice actor, best known for his role as the narrator of the first series of the BBC comedy series Look Around You. He is the voice of Mr Curry in The Adventures of Paddington Bear television series and also "Papa" in the Dolmio pasta sauce puppet commercials. He also appeared as Operative Chris Granger in the UFO episode "Computer Affair" and contributed extensively to the magazine partwork Story Teller published by Marshall Cavendish, consisting of a fortnightly magazine and cassette tape featuring children's stories.
Cedric Messina (Person)
Universal identifier /2f3046dd67bf40eebce63fd516879e72#id
rdfs:comment Cedric Messina (14 December 1920 in Port Elizabeth, South Africa — 30 April 1993 in London) was a South-African born British television producer and director who worked for the BBC and is best remembered for his involvement in television productions of classic drama.
rdf:type foaf:Person
rdf:type owl:Thing
rdfs:label Cedric Messina[en-gb]
rdfs:label Cedric Messina
Result #1
Universal identifier /people#c067ea028f8c49c38dca7175bf8f4b83
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Bernard Hill (Person)
Universal identifier /65f9c0e5ddcc4fe2a398b94e5485f8d3#id
rdfs:label Bernard Hill[en-gb]
rdfs:label Bernard Hill
rdf:type foaf:Person
rdf:type owl:Thing
rdfs:comment Bernard Hill (born 17 December 1944) is an English film, stage and television actor. He is known for playing Yosser Hughes, the troubled 'hard man' whose life is falling apart in Alan Bleasdale's groundbreaking 1980s TV drama Boys from the Blackstuff. He is also known for roles in blockbuster films, including Captain Edward Smith in Titanic, King Théoden in The Lord of the Rings film trilogy and as the Warden of San Quentin Prison in the Clint Eastwood film True Crime.
Result #6
Universal identifier /people#d40952661f9345d6918782c135c8fe06
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Result #5
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