British stage actor who made occasional film appearances.
Blonde, British leading actress, a big star of the 1940s.
Demure-looking but spirited British leading lady with stage experience; married to Bill Travers. With Travers she founded in 1984 the Born Free Foundation, which campaigns for wild animals that are suffering, imprisoned or in danger.
Distinguished British director who after a peak in the late 40s seemed to lose his way; his infrequent later films, though always civilised, were generally disappointing.
British leading lady, married to actor Jimmy Hanley and Rank chairman Sir John Davis.
British leading lady with stage experience. Married actor John Justin.
Distinguished British leading lady, whose stage and screen career was limited by delicate health.
British cockney music-hall comedian, in occasional films. He was noted for his ability to ad-lib.
British comedian, entertainer, singer and character actor with a long list of international credits in revue, musical comedy and variety, as well as films.
British stage actor of impeccable English types, usually comic.
Distinguished British actor (of Polish descent) with an inimitably melodious voice; he made some impressive films despite asthma, which blighted his career.
British character actor who escaped from early typecasting as a young coward, revealed an ambitious range of characterisations, and went on to produce and direct.
Welsh-born light leading man of ready smile and equable disposition.
Distinguished British stage actor, in occasional films. Despite his splendid theatrical voice and thespian mannerisms he was at his best playing ordinary chaps, though his gallery included plenty of eccentrics.
Blonde Welsh leading actress, a former teenage star.
Debonair British leading actor, on stage from 1932
British leading lady, born in India; came to Britain in 1928
Distinguished British stage actor whose film appearances were reasonably frequent.
Breezy British leading actor, a recognisable World War II type who later gave compassionate interpretations of middle-aged dreamers.
Vivacious, stylish English leading actress of the 1950s.