Diminutive British character actress of Australian extraction, often seen in bit parts.
British character comedian whose sharp features were seen in many films from 1945
British leading lady. She was married to actor Sydney Tafler.
Distinguished British actor of the old school, who in middle age was persuaded to face the cameras and unexpectedly became a star both in Britain and America.
Irish leading man, from the stage.
British ‘silly ass’ comedian, brother of Jack Hulbert.
British leading man and playwright, on stage from 1921
British comedy actor, on stage from 1928, films from 1934, at first in bit parts, later as star.
British comedy actor on stage and screen from 1934. Film parts usually cameos, as incompetent officers, etc.
British stage and screen actress who graduated from nosy spinsters to grandes dames
British actor of heavy roles, on stage from 1911
Suave English actor who played scoundrels, cads and crooks for 30 years.
Welsh leading actor, dramatist, screenwriter and director.
British stage (from 1929) and screen (from 1934) who usually played upper-middle-class women.
Stylish British stage actor, in occasional films.
British leading lady with a gentle, humorous personality.
Burly British cockney character actor, in films from 1920 after varied show-business experience.
British character actress, in innumerable films as understanding mum or dotty aunt.
British playwright, screen writer and actor whose credits read like a potted history of the British cinema.
Lean, good-looking British leading man, best known as TV's The Third Man and Klaatu in The Day the Earth Stood Still.