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.
British character actress, usually seen as a cockney but born in Lancashire.
Popular British leading actor with musical comedy experience.
Distinguished British stage actor and director, for whom cinema was a secondary matter.
Leading British and international actor who became a star at home in saturnine roles during World War II.
Dumpy British character comedienne, frequently seen as a maid or charlady; became a star in her later years.
Red-headed British leading lady; moved into horror films and went to live in Hollywood.
English leading actress of stage, screen and television.
Distinguished British stage character actor, a respected industry figure who from 1950 was president of Equity, the actors’ trade union.
British character actress with stage experience.
Gentle-mannered British leading lady; married actor Michael Denison.
English stage and film comedienne, specialising in warm-hearted tarts of the Northern or Cockney variety.
Burly, capable Welsh leading man of the early 1950s. Later a useful character actor.