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26. David Buck (Person)
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David Buck (17 October 1936 – 27 January 1989) was an English actor. He starred in many television productions from 1959 until 1989. One of his earlier roles was that of Horatio Hornblower in an episode entitled "Hornblower" (1963), in the Alcoa Premiere TV series. He played Winston Smith in Theatre 625: The World of George Orwell: 1984 (1965), a remake of Nigel Kneale's adaptation of the novel. In the first two series of the ITV horror and supernatural anthology series Mystery and Imagination (1966–68) he played the series narrator Richard Beckett (from Sheridan Le Fanu's story "The Flying Dragon") whose character also became involved in some of the other stories adapted. His film...

27. Brian Poyser (Person)
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Brian Poyser (died 2009) was an English actor whose career started in the early 1960s. His appearances include the musical Poppy, the BBC Television Shakespeare (including a senator in Coriolanus, and Gower in Henry IV Part 1 and Henry V), the series Sex, Chips & Rock n' Roll, an episode of Agatha Christie's Poirot, and as the recurring character the Revd Aubrey Stewart in two episodes of Foyle's War ("The French Drop" and "Plan of Attack"). He also appeared in the films Lady Jane (1986), Parting Shots (1999), and as one of the English judges in the film The Messenger: The Story of Joan of Arc (1999). He also worked extensively for the RSC, including the Tokyo tour of King Lear. His most...

28. Brenda Bruce (Person)
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Brenda Bruce (7 July 1919 – 19 February 1996) was a British actress. She had a long and successful career in the theatre, radio, film and television.

29. Penny Dwyer (Person)
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Penny Dwyer (born Penelope Rosemary Dwyer; 24 September 1953 – 4 September 2003) was a British comedy writer and performer, noted for being a member of the Cambridge Footlights revue The Cellar Tapes which won the inaugural Perrier Comedy Awards in 1981. The other performers in The Cellar Tapes were Stephen Fry, Hugh Laurie, Emma Thompson, Tony Slattery and Paul Shearer.

30. Gillian Barge (Person)
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Gillian Barge (born Gillian Bargh; 27 May 1940 – 19 November 2003) was an English stage, television and film actress. She was born in Hastings, Sussex and she started acting at the age of 17, training at the Birmingham Theatre School. Gillian performed on the stage internationally, as well as in Britain where she has played all the major London theatres. Her stage roles included The Cherry Orchard (as Varya), Measure For Measure (Isabella) and The Winter's Tale (Paulina). In 2001 she was nominated for a Laurence Olivier Theatre Award as Best Supporting Actress for her performance in Passion Play at the Donmar Warehouse.

31. Jean Negroni (Person)
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32. Charles Lloyd Pack (Person)
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Charles Lloyd-Pack (10 October 1902 – 22 December 1983) was a British film, television and stage actor. He was born in London. He was seen in several horror films produced by the Hammer Studios including Dracula, The Man Who Could Cheat Death, The Revenge of Frankenstein and The Reptile and Quatermass 2, the film version of the 1955 BBC TV serial. In 1970 he appeared as Claud Nau at the Chichester Festival Theatre in Robert Bolt's play, Vivat! Vivat Regina!. His best known role was Professor Marks in the British television series Strange Report but he is also known from other television appearances in The Avengers, The Adventures of Robin Hood and The Prisoner.

33. Barbara Jefford (Person)
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Barbara Jefford, OBE (born 26 July 1930) is a British Shakespearean actress best known for her theatrical performances with the Royal Shakespeare Company, the Old Vic and the National Theatre, and her role as Molly Bloom in the 1967 film of James Joyce's Ulysses.

34. David Spenser (Person)
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David Spenser (born David De Saram, 12 March 1934 - 20 July 2013) was a Sri Lankan-born British actor, director, producer and writer. Spenser played the title role in a 1948 radio production of Richmal Crompton's Just William, and also appeared in popular films and TV series including Doctor Who. His documentary about Gwen Ffrangcon-Davies won an International Emmy Award. He was the elder brother of actor Jeremy Spenser. Aged 11 he appeared in plays on BBC radio's Children's Hour. He was cast in Just William by the author of the books, Richmal Crompton.

35. Edward Petherbridge (Person)
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Edward Petherbridge (born on 3 August 1936) is an English actor, writer and artist. Among his many roles, he portrayed Lord Peter Wimsey in the 1987 BBC television adaptations of Dorothy L. Sayers's novels, and Guildenstern in Tom Stoppard's Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead. At the Royal Shakespeare Company in 1980, he was a memorable Newman Noggs in the company's adaptation of Dickens's The Life and Adventures of Nicholas Nickleby.

36. David Dixon (Person)
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David Dixon (born 28 October 1947) is an English actor and screenwriter. He was born in the Nightingale Maternity Home, Derby, near his father's shop in London Road and brought up there before the family moved to Normanton in 1959. Dixon's most notable role was in the 1981 BBC TV series The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy in which he starred as Ford Prefect. He also received critical acclaim for his portrayal of Ariel in the 1980 BBC version of "The Tempest". He would later rejoin the Hitchhiker's Guide by lending his voice to the "Ecological Man" and the "Zirzla Leader" in Fit the Twentieth of the Radio Series, while Geoffrey McGivern, who had originally played the character on radio...

37. Esmond Knight (Person)
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Esmond Penington Knight (4 May 1906 – 23 February 1987) was an English actor. He had a successful stage and film career before World War II. For much of his later career Knight was half blind. He had been badly injured in 1941 whilst on active service on board HMS Prince of Wales when she fought the Bismarck at the Battle of the Denmark Strait, and remained totally blind for two years, though he later regained some sight in his right eye.

38. Maureen O'Brien (Person)
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Maureen O'Brien (born 29 June 1943) is an English actress and author best known for playing the role of Vicki in the BBC science fiction television series Doctor Who, although she has appeared in many other television programmes as well. She played the part of Vicki in 38 episodes of Doctor Who from 2 January to 6 November 1965, starring alongside the original Doctor, William Hartnell. Over 40 years later, she reprised the role in several Big Finish Productions Doctor Who audio plays. After leaving Doctor Who, O'Brien found it difficult to find acting work on television, and worked as a supply teacher. Her next role was in the theatre, where she appeared in an Oxford Playhouse production...

39. Jean Anderson (Person)
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Jean Anderson (12 December 1907 – 1 April 2001) was an English actress born in Eastbourne, Sussex. She is best remembered for her television roles as hard-faced matriarch Mary Hammond in the BBC drama The Brothers (1972-76) and as rebellious aristocrat Lady Jocelyn "Joss" Holbrook in the Second World War series Tenko (1982-84). Other TV credits include: Police Surgeon, Maigret, The Odd Man, The Man in Room 17, The Borderers, Paul Temple, Codename, Oil Strike North, Miss Marple, Inspector Morse, Campion, Keeping Up Appearances and Hetty Wainthropp Investigates. She also played the role of the Mother in The Railway Children in two separate BBC adaptations in 1951 and 1957.

40. David Warner (Person)
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David Warner (born 29 July 1941) is an English actor who is known for playing both romantic leads and sinister or villainous characters across a range of media, including stage, film, animation, television and video games. Warner is known for such films as Morgan – A Suitable Case for Treatment, A Midsummer Night's Dream, Tom Jones, The Ballad of Cable Hogue, Cross of Iron, The Omen, Holocaust, Portrait in Evil, Time Bandits, Tron, Titanic, and various characters in the Star Trek franchise including Star Trek V: The Final Frontier, Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country and Star Trek: The Next Generation. In 1981, he won an Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Miniseries or...

41. Clement McCallin (Person)
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Clement McCallin (1913-1977) was a British actor. He was married to actress Brenda Bruce, with whom he adopted a son. He was her second husband, and predeceased her, dying in 1977 from unknown causes.

42. Moira Lister (Person)
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Moira Lister de Gachassin-Lafite, Vicomtesse d’Orthez (6 August 1923 – 27 October 2007) was a South African-born, English film, stage and television actress, and writer.

43. Michael Pennington (Person)
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Michael Vivian Fyfe Pennington (born 7 June 1943) is a British actor, director and writer. Together with director Michael Bogdanov, he founded the English Shakespeare Company in 1986 and was its Joint Artistic Director until 1992. He has written ten books, directed in the UK, US, Romania and Japan, and is an Honorary Associate Artist of the Royal Shakespeare Company.

44. Kevin Stoney (Person)
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Kevin Stoney (22 January 1921 – 22 January 2008) was an English actor, best known for his television roles. During World War II, Stoney served with the Royal Air Force. He is well remembered by fans of the science fiction series Doctor Who for his roles in three serials—the treacherous Mavic Chen in The Daleks' Master Plan (1965), villainous magnate Tobias Vaughn in The Invasion (1968) and Tyrum in Revenge of the Cybermen (1975). Stoney also appeared in two episodes of another science fiction series, Blake's 7, playing Councillor Joban in the episode Hostage and Ardus in the episode Animals.

45. Anton Lesser (Person)
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Anton Lesser (born 14 February 1952) is an English actor.

46. Gavin Richards (Person)
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Gavin Richards (born 3 July 1946 in London) is a British actor, writer and director. He is best known for adapting, directing and starring in the West End production of Dario Fo's Accidental Death of an Anarchist. He also played Captain Alberto Bertorelli in the BBC sitcom 'Allo 'Allo! from 1987 to 1989, and Terry Raymond in the BBC soap opera EastEnders between 1996 and 2002.

47. Derek Farr (Person)
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Derrick Capel Farr (7 February 1912, London – 22 March 1986, London) was a British actor who appeared regularly in British films and television from 1938 until his death in 1986. His more famous roles include Group Captain John Whitworth in The Dam Busters.

48. Mary Morris (Person)
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Mary Morris (Mary Lilian Agnes Morris, 13 December 1915 – 14 October 1988) was a British actress.

49. Jim Broadbent (Person)
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James "Jim" Broadbent (born 24 May 1949) is an English film, television and theatre actor. Born in Lincolnshire to parents who were both amateur actors, Broadbent was educated at Leighton Park School, a Quaker school in Reading and briefly attended art college before transferring to the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art from which he graduated in 1972. His early stage work included appearances as Patrick Barlow's assistant in the mock "National Theatre of Brent". He won the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor for Iris and the BAFTA Award for Best Actor in a Supporting Role for Moulin Rouge!, both in 2001, and the British Academy Television Award for Best Actor and Golden Globe...

50. Stuart Latham (Person)
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Stuart Latham (born Harry Stuart Latham on 11 July 1912 in Kingston upon Thames, Surrey, England; died 31 August 1993 in London, England) was an English theatre and film actor, director, and later television producer. He also worked as a studio manager at Alexandra Palace just before World War II. After an apprenticeship in repertory theatre, including a period at Birmingham Repertory Theatre, he played several small roles in films by Michael Powell. His acting work also included minor parts in such films as The Ghost Train (1941) and Tawny Pipit (1944).

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Derek Farr (Person)
Universal identifier /9f93837984144417b6323fdf50e32304#id
rdfs:comment Derrick Capel Farr (7 February 1912, London – 22 March 1986, London) was a British actor who appeared regularly in British films and television from 1938 until his death in 1986. His more famous roles include Group Captain John Whitworth in The Dam Busters.
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rdfs:label Derek Farr[en-gb]
rdfs:label Derek Farr
Result #28
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Result #50
Universal identifier /people?offset=25#6315c385c859463bbab3070877f32ecd
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olo:item /6315c385c859463bbab3070877f32ecd#id
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Jean Negroni (Person)
Universal identifier /b638d562ab11471bb3773950f308ff32#id
rdfs:comment
rdf:type foaf:Person
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rdfs:label Jean Negroni[en-gb]
rdfs:label Jean Negroni
Anton Lesser (Person)
Universal identifier /825de9d62a564926ae17249e138a5eaa#id
rdfs:comment Anton Lesser (born 14 February 1952) is an English actor.
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rdf:type owl:Thing
rdfs:label Anton Lesser[en-gb]
rdfs:label Anton Lesser
Result #32
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olo:index 32” (xsd:integer)
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Michael Pennington (Person)
Universal identifier /03d870e043114614aa3ac18e2e043c0f#id
rdfs:comment Michael Vivian Fyfe Pennington (born 7 June 1943) is a British actor, director and writer. Together with director Michael Bogdanov, he founded the English Shakespeare Company in 1986 and was its Joint Artistic Director until 1992. He has written ten books, directed in the UK, US, Romania and Japan, and is an Honorary Associate Artist of the Royal Shakespeare Company.
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rdfs:label Michael Pennington[en-gb]
rdfs:label Michael Pennington
Result #45
Universal identifier /people?offset=25#825de9d62a564926ae17249e138a5eaa
olo:index 45” (xsd:integer)
olo:item /825de9d62a564926ae17249e138a5eaa#id
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Result #40
Universal identifier /people?offset=25#fd92f8a55cf949d99667421f68610dac
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rdfs:label Result #40[en-gb]
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Result #26
Universal identifier /people?offset=25#05376c66dc264de09105764f6d672161
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David Spenser (Person)
Universal identifier /e9f8ddb12a5b4fbda56c6da963f6fbaa#id
rdfs:comment David Spenser (born David De Saram, 12 March 1934 - 20 July 2013) was a Sri Lankan-born British actor, director, producer and writer. Spenser played the title role in a 1948 radio production of Richmal Crompton's Just William, and also appeared in popular films and TV series including Doctor Who. His documentary about Gwen Ffrangcon-Davies won an International Emmy Award. He was the elder brother of actor Jeremy Spenser. Aged 11 he appeared in plays on BBC radio's Children's Hour. He was cast in Just William by the author of the books, Richmal Crompton.
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rdfs:label David Spenser
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Gillian Barge (Person)
Universal identifier /ae29b8d0e4a94cecb0542d299b3ce5d0#id
rdfs:comment Gillian Barge (born Gillian Bargh; 27 May 1940 – 19 November 2003) was an English stage, television and film actress. She was born in Hastings, Sussex and she started acting at the age of 17, training at the Birmingham Theatre School. Gillian performed on the stage internationally, as well as in Britain where she has played all the major London theatres. Her stage roles included The Cherry Orchard (as Varya), Measure For Measure (Isabella) and The Winter's Tale (Paulina). In 2001 she was nominated for a Laurence Olivier Theatre Award as Best Supporting Actress for her performance in Passion Play at the Donmar Warehouse.
rdfs:label Gillian Barge[en-gb]
rdfs:label Gillian Barge
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Result #47
Universal identifier /people?offset=25#9f93837984144417b6323fdf50e32304
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Jean Anderson (Person)
Universal identifier /a5c388d4b2f54fb2bc109616b1deacb5#id
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rdf:type foaf:Person
rdfs:label Jean Anderson[en-gb]
rdfs:label Jean Anderson
rdfs:comment Jean Anderson (12 December 1907 – 1 April 2001) was an English actress born in Eastbourne, Sussex. She is best remembered for her television roles as hard-faced matriarch Mary Hammond in the BBC drama The Brothers (1972-76) and as rebellious aristocrat Lady Jocelyn "Joss" Holbrook in the Second World War series Tenko (1982-84). Other TV credits include: Police Surgeon, Maigret, The Odd Man, The Man in Room 17, The Borderers, Paul Temple, Codename, Oil Strike North, Miss Marple, Inspector Morse, Campion, Keeping Up Appearances and Hetty Wainthropp Investigates. She also played the role of the Mother in The Railway Children in two separate BBC adaptations in 1951 and 1957.
Result #36
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rdfs:label Result #36[en-gb]
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Esmond Knight (Person)
Universal identifier /63ffea88fca74466b7e13270c829fe62#id
rdfs:comment Esmond Penington Knight (4 May 1906 – 23 February 1987) was an English actor. He had a successful stage and film career before World War II. For much of his later career Knight was half blind. He had been badly injured in 1941 whilst on active service on board HMS Prince of Wales when she fought the Bismarck at the Battle of the Denmark Strait, and remained totally blind for two years, though he later regained some sight in his right eye.
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rdfs:label Esmond Knight
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Jim Broadbent (Person)
Universal identifier /94233201135141708b9d61f91219ec84#id
rdfs:label Jim Broadbent[en-gb]
rdfs:label Jim Broadbent
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rdfs:comment James "Jim" Broadbent (born 24 May 1949) is an English film, television and theatre actor. Born in Lincolnshire to parents who were both amateur actors, Broadbent was educated at Leighton Park School, a Quaker school in Reading and briefly attended art college before transferring to the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art from which he graduated in 1972. His early stage work included appearances as Patrick Barlow's assistant in the mock "National Theatre of Brent". He won the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor for Iris and the BAFTA Award for Best Actor in a Supporting Role for Moulin Rouge!, both in 2001, and the British Academy Television Award for Best Actor and Golden Globe...
Result #39
Universal identifier /people?offset=25#a5c388d4b2f54fb2bc109616b1deacb5
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olo:index 39” (xsd:integer)
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Result #43
Universal identifier /people?offset=25#03d870e043114614aa3ac18e2e043c0f
olo:index 43” (xsd:integer)
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rdf:type olo:Slot
olo:item /03d870e043114614aa3ac18e2e043c0f#id
Result #41
Universal identifier /people?offset=25#9b627d50c0874e408aa5cfc36e6c9ac0
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rdfs:label Result #41[en-gb]
olo:item /9b627d50c0874e408aa5cfc36e6c9ac0#id
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Clement McCallin (Person)
Universal identifier /9b627d50c0874e408aa5cfc36e6c9ac0#id
rdfs:comment Clement McCallin (1913-1977) was a British actor. He was married to actress Brenda Bruce, with whom he adopted a son. He was her second husband, and predeceased her, dying in 1977 from unknown causes.
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rdfs:label Clement McCallin[en-gb]
rdfs:label Clement McCallin
David Buck (Person)
Universal identifier /05376c66dc264de09105764f6d672161#id
rdfs:comment David Buck (17 October 1936 – 27 January 1989) was an English actor. He starred in many television productions from 1959 until 1989. One of his earlier roles was that of Horatio Hornblower in an episode entitled "Hornblower" (1963), in the Alcoa Premiere TV series. He played Winston Smith in Theatre 625: The World of George Orwell: 1984 (1965), a remake of Nigel Kneale's adaptation of the novel. In the first two series of the ITV horror and supernatural anthology series Mystery and Imagination (1966–68) he played the series narrator Richard Beckett (from Sheridan Le Fanu's story "The Flying Dragon") whose character also became involved in some of the other stories adapted. His film...
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rdfs:label David Buck[en-gb]
rdfs:label David Buck
Moira Lister (Person)
Universal identifier /23ac92c88b68435dae0030148df8472a#id
rdfs:comment Moira Lister de Gachassin-Lafite, Vicomtesse d’Orthez (6 August 1923 – 27 October 2007) was a South African-born, English film, stage and television actress, and writer.
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rdf:type foaf:Person
rdfs:label Moira Lister[en-gb]
rdfs:label Moira Lister
Result #44
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Penny Dwyer (Person)
Universal identifier /f1c2edb6228644c385016430f190f92d#id
rdfs:comment Penny Dwyer (born Penelope Rosemary Dwyer; 24 September 1953 – 4 September 2003) was a British comedy writer and performer, noted for being a member of the Cambridge Footlights revue The Cellar Tapes which won the inaugural Perrier Comedy Awards in 1981. The other performers in The Cellar Tapes were Stephen Fry, Hugh Laurie, Emma Thompson, Tony Slattery and Paul Shearer.
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rdfs:label Penny Dwyer[en-gb]
rdfs:label Penny Dwyer
Result #29
Universal identifier /people?offset=25#f1c2edb6228644c385016430f190f92d
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rdfs:label Result #29[en-gb]
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Result #48
Universal identifier /people?offset=25#815a811b3ed34d10a3fd2976d2a79708
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Stuart Latham (Person)
Universal identifier /6315c385c859463bbab3070877f32ecd#id
rdfs:label Stuart Latham[en-gb]
rdfs:label Stuart Latham
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rdf:type foaf:Person
rdfs:comment Stuart Latham (born Harry Stuart Latham on 11 July 1912 in Kingston upon Thames, Surrey, England; died 31 August 1993 in London, England) was an English theatre and film actor, director, and later television producer. He also worked as a studio manager at Alexandra Palace just before World War II. After an apprenticeship in repertory theatre, including a period at Birmingham Repertory Theatre, he played several small roles in films by Michael Powell. His acting work also included minor parts in such films as The Ghost Train (1941) and Tawny Pipit (1944).
Result #30
Universal identifier /people?offset=25#ae29b8d0e4a94cecb0542d299b3ce5d0
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Brenda Bruce (Person)
Universal identifier /b1ef07dcbc004c1283be912388908d50#id
rdfs:comment Brenda Bruce (7 July 1919 – 19 February 1996) was a British actress. She had a long and successful career in the theatre, radio, film and television.
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rdfs:label Brenda Bruce[en-gb]
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