Birth Place Matching "Plymouth, Devon, England, UK" (Sorted by Popularity Ascending)
Actress | Mad Max: Fury Road
Rosie Alice Huntington-Whiteley is best known for her work as a Victoria's Secrets lingerie model and as a movie actress. She has appeared in five Victoria's Secret Fashion shows from 2006 through 2010 and became a Victoria's Secret Angel in November 2009. She has appeared on the cover of ...
Actor | Red Sparrow
Douglas Hodge is a five times Olivier-nominated actor/director, who has worked extensively in film and on television. He is an acclaimed classical actor working at the National Theatre, the RSC, Shakespeare's Globe, the Royal Court Theatre and in the West End and on Broadway where he has won the ...
Actor | The Thing
The cinema took a while to discover him. Born in England, the son of an insurance agent, RADA-trained Donald Moffat first appeared on the Shakespearean stage with the Old Vic. In 1954, he stage managed the popular revue "Salad Days". Then, 'discontentment' (which, he later explained, had much to do...
Actor | The Little Princess
Before achieving his greatest fame in the 1950s as television's "Robin Hood", handsome Richard Greene had a significant if largely unremarkable film career, turning in several skillful leading man performances in the late 1930s before becoming type-cast in routine costume adventures. Like his ...
Actor | The Day of the Jackal
The son of a country chemist, the British actor Donald Sinden intended to pursue a career in architecture but was spotted in an amateur theatrical production and asked to join a company that entertained the troops during World War II (Sinden was rejected for naval service because of asthma). ...
7. Maggie Steed
Actress | The Painted Veil
Born Margaret Baker in Plymouth, Devon, in 1946, Maggie Steed studied drama with the Old Vic Theatre School in Bristol, graduating in the late 1960s. However, her first professional engagements were as an assistant stage manager, working behind the scenes in a somewhat lowly capacity, because, she ...
11. Ant Anstead
Self | For the Love of Cars
Widely known for his work on 'Wheeler Dealers', Ant Anstead has built a career as a television presenter, motor specialist and designer. In 2014 Anstead started production of his own show, 'The World's Most Expensive Cars' before being approached to co-host 'Building Cars live' and eventually '...
13. David Gwillim
David Gwillim was a leading man on British Television in the 1970s to the mid 1980s. Best known for playing Prince Hal in Henry IV Part I (1979), Henry IV Part II (1979) opposite Sir Anthony Quayle and later the title role in Henry V (1979) in the 'BBC Shakespeare Television series'. Other leading ...
14. Tom Daley
Actor | Tom Daley
Tom Daley is an English diver, specialising in the 10 metre platform event.
Thomas Robert Daley was born in Plymouth, Devon, England, to Debra (Selvester) and Robert Daley. In July 2007, he was ranked 6th in the FINA Diving World Rankings men's 10-metre platform category. By July, he was ranked ...
17. Ron Goodwin
Music Department | Frenzy
Ron Goodwin was born on 17th February 1925 in Plymouth. He was the son of a London policeman who was detached to the harbour-town. His mother felt that piano lessons would be a good pastime, so in his fifth year, the little Ron was hoisted onto a piano-stool and his education on this instrument ...
19. Ann Holloway
Actress | The Hurricane
The daughter of an entertainer, Ann was educated at Covents in Chelsea and Hertford and Mater Dei College in Welwyn Garden City. She started her career as a dancer before switching to acting. As an actress, she appeared on the London stage in plays such as "Spring Awakening" and "The Knack". Ann ...
22. Craig Luck
Camera Department | Annihilation
After aborting the aspiration of becoming an airline pilot as a young teenager, Craig decided to turn his attention to the other passion in his life, film. A focus spearheaded by the love for storytelling and the technology used to articulate them.
The sci-fi road trip adventure, "BIOS" (based on an...
23. Gareth Carrivick
Director | Frequently Asked Questions About Time Travel
Gareth Carrivick was born on November 16, 1957 in Plymouth, Devon, England as Gareth Andrew Carrivick. He was a director and production manager, known for Frequently Asked Questions About Time Travel (2009), The Big Impression (1999) and Little Miss Jocelyn (2006). He died on March 16, 2010 in ...
24. Kenneth Gilbert
Kenneth Gilbert was born on June 24, 1931 in Plymouth, Devon, England as Kenneth Alfred Gilbert. He is known for his work on Wolfshead: The Legend of Robin Hood (1976), Doctor Who (1963) and Testament of Youth (1979). He was married to Beth Harris. He died on October 29, 2015 in Suffolk, England.
Writer | It's Cliff Richard
Christopher Lillicrap was born on February 14, 1949 in Plymouth, Devon, England. He is a writer and actor, known for It's Cliff Richard (1970), El Nombre (1993) and Artists and Models (1986). He has been married to Jeanette Ranger since 1979. They have one child.
31. Ian Trigger
Actor | The Fantastic Four
Ian Trigger was born on September 30, 1938 in Plymouth, Devon, England. He was an actor, known for The Fantastic Four (1994), Alice's Adventures in Wonderland (1972) and Countess Dracula (1971). He died on January 6, 2010 in King's College Hospital, Denmark Hill, London, England.
32. Michael Shepley
Actor | Squibs
Michael Shepley was born on September 29, 1907 in Plymouth, Devon, England as Michael Shepley-Smitth. He was an actor, known for Squibs (1935), Mine Own Executioner (1947) and Murder on Monday (1952). He was married to Isobel Pringle. He died on September 28, 1961 in London, England.
Actor | The Rise of the Krays
Versatile and eclectic Actor. Nathanjohn is an International actor. He was brought up in a strong working class environment. He studied Dramatic Art in England and later Acting for Film in LA and NYC. Nathanjohn is completely at home in front of the camera and draws upon all his life experiences ...
36. Oliver Crocker
Producer | Tanner
Oliver is the author of "All Memories Great & Small", published by Miwk in 2016, a celebratory guidebook to the classic BBC series, released as part of the 100th birthday celebrations for James Herriot.
Oliver works for Digital Media Services in London, creating and distributing promotional content ...
Actress | BBC Sunday-Night Theatre
Margaret Anderson was born on August 27, 1925 in Plymouth, Devon, England. She was an actress, known for BBC Sunday-Night Theatre (1950), Seven Little Australians (1953) and Dixon of Dock Green (1955). She was married to Guy Verney. She died on June 6, 2016 in the United Kingdom.
38. Sharron Davies
Actress | The Optimist
Sharron Davies was born on November 1, 1962 in Plymouth, Devon, England. She is an actress, known for The Optimist (1983), 3-2-1 (1978) and Commonwealth Games (1954). She has been married to Tony Kingston since 2002. They have one child. She was previously married to Derek Redmond and John Crisp.
40. Adrienne Hill
Actress | Doctor Who
Plymouth-born Adrienne Hill trained in acting at the Bristol Old Vic, then spent some time with the Old Vic Company in London, followed by eight years' work in repertory theatre. Having been spotted by Doctor Who production assistant Viktors Ritelis while understudying for Maggie Smith in a play ...
42. Michael Foot
Writer | Young Veteran
Michael Foot was born on July 23, 1913 in Plymouth, Devon, England as Michael Mackintosh Foot. He was a writer, known for Young Veteran (1940), Yellow Caesar (1941) and Two Hours from London (1995). He was married to Jill Craigie. He died on March 3, 2010 in Hampstead, London, England.
43. Mecia Simson
Actress | He Who Has It All
Mecia Simone Simson is a British model, who grew up in her birth place Plymouth Devon, she began her modeling career after she was announced as the winner of the fifth cycle of Britain's Next Top Model in July 2009. Mecia first came to the public's attention by appearing on the fifth cycle of ...
47. James Basevi
Art Director | Spellbound
James Basevi saw military service with the 2nd Canadian Division during the First World War and fought at the Battle of Amiens as a machine gunner. He attained the rank of major and was decorated and mentioned in dispatches . After being demobilized, he first returned to Canada, then settled in the...