Birth Place Matching "England, UK" (Sorted by Name Ascending)
James 'Ginger' Lacey was born in Wetherby, Yorkshire, England, on 1st February, 1917. After being educated at King James Grammar School in Knaresborough, he worked as a dispenser before joining the RAF Volunteer Reserve in 1937. He also worked as a flying instructor with the Yorkshire Aeroplane ...
Actor | The Flight Commander
The great English character star A. Bromley Davenport born Arthur Henry Bromley-Davenport in Baginton, Warwickshire in 1867, his father was a well-known conservative politician William Bromley Davenport. Arthur was educated at Eton College, Berkshire. He began his acting career on the London stage ...
Director | Sky Devils
British-born A. Edward ("Eddie") Sutherland started in vaudeville and acted in films from 1914 at Keystone (he was one of the original Keystone Kops). He became a director in 1925, first with Paramount (1925-31), then at United Artists (1931-32), again with Paramount (1933, 1935-37), then Universal...
Actor | Bleak House
A. Harding Steerman was born on November 21, 1863 in Pancras, London, England as Alfred Harding Treeby Stalman. He was an actor, known for Bleak House (1920), A Romance of Old Baghdad (1922) and Love at the Wheel (1921). He died in 1947 in Plymouth, Devon, England.
Actor | Below the Sea
A. Trevor Addinsell was born on December 5, 1891 in Kensington, London, England as Augustus Trevor Bland Addinsell. He was an actor, known for Below the Sea (1933), The Snare (1918) and The Touch of a Child (1918). He died on May 1, 1946 in Los Angeles, California, USA.
18. A.B. Imeson
Actor | Dicky Monteith
A.B. Imeson was born on December 21, 1874 in Middlesborough, England as John Arthur Bangley Imeson. He was an actor and producer, known for Dicky Monteith (1922), Tense Moments from Opera (1922) and Bonnie Prince Charlie (1923). He was married to Ann Stephenson. He died on February 28, 1944 in ...
22. A.C.H. Smith
Writer | Pretenders
A.C.H. Smith was born on October 31, 1935 in Kew, Surrey, England as Anthony Charles Smith. He is a writer and actor, known for Pretenders (1972), Breathless Hush (1999) and Hislop Back to Stiffen County (1969). He has been married to Alison Smith since 1963. They have three children.
23. A.E. Anson
Actor | Arrowsmith
A.E. Anson was born on September 14, 1879 in London, England as Albert E. Anson. He was an actor, known for Arrowsmith (1931) and The Road to Singapore (1931). He was married to Cora Busch, Mary Mallison and Deidre Doyle. He died on June 25, 1936 in Monrovia, California, USA.
27. A.E. George
Actor | Henry VIII
A.E. George was born on July 22, 1869 in Castle Hill, Lincoln, Lincolnshire, England as Albert Edward George. He was an actor, known for Henry VIII (1911), Brigadier Gerard (1915) and The Vicar of Wakefield (1916). He was married to Annie Webster. He died on November 10, 1920 in London, England.
28. A.E. Housman
English poet and scholar. He was the eldest of seven children born to Edward Housman, a solicitor, and Sarah Jane Housman (née Williams). Housman was brought up and educated in Worcestershire, winning a scholarship to Bromsgrove School in 1870. In 1877 he won another scholarship, to St. John's ...
29. A.E. Matthews
Actor | The Million Pound Note
The venerable British stage and film actor A.E. Matthews was born Alfred Edward Matthews on November 22, 1869 in Bridlington, Yorkshire, England. The actor nicknamed "Matty" established himself on the British and American stage and in British films, taking up the craft after working as a clerk in a...
30. A.E. Percival
Arthur Ernest Percival was born in Aspenden, Hertfordshire, England on 26 December 1887. He was educated at Rugby School and worked in London with Naylor, Benzon & Company Limited from 1907-1914.
He was wounded in France in World War I and continued to serve in the army, finally being appointed ...
33. A.E.W. Mason
Writer | The Four Feathers
English adventure and detective novelist, some of whose works have been filmed (most famously "The Four Feathers" and "Fire Over England"). He was a Liberal Member of Parliament from 1906 to 1910 and served as a Major in Naval Intelligence during World War I, setting up counter-espionage networks ...
37. A.J. Brown
Actor | Family Solicitor
A.J. Brown was born on September 14, 1897 in Deal, Kent, England as Alfred John Brown. He was an actor, known for Family Solicitor (1961), The Forsyte Saga (1967) and The Adventures of Robin Hood (1955). He died on January 29, 1978 in Westminster, London, England.
39. A.J. Quinnell
Writer | Man on Fire
Quinnell published five novels featuring his character, Creasy: Man on Fire (1980), The Perfect Kill (1992), The Blue Ring (1993), Black Horn (1994), Message from Hell (1996). He was working on a sixth, tentatively titled Priests of a Dead God, at the time of his death.
42. A.J. Waters
Producer | Spiral Cell
Born in Swindon, England, and the son of a Jeweller & a photographer, A.J. Waters has had a lifelong passion for the screen. Adoring horror films & stories from a young age, his passion grew & grew until he decided that he wanted to do more than just view, and instead, contribute to the genre. With...
43. A.J.P. Taylor
A.J.P. Taylor was born on March 25, 1906 in Birkdale, Merseyside, England as Alan John Percivale Taylor. He is known for his work on The Life and Times of David Lloyd George (1981), The Uneasy Crown (1963) and Peacemaking 1919 (1971). He was married to Eva Haraszti, Eve Crossland and Margaret Adams...
46. A.N. Wilson
Writer | Victoria
A.N. Wilson was born on October 27, 1950 in Stone, Staffordshire, England as Andrew Norman Wilson. He is a writer, known for Victoria (2016), Queen Victoria's Letters: A Monarch Unveiled (2014) and Queen Victoria's Children (2013). He was previously married to Katherine Duncan-Jones.
48. A.P. Herbert
Writer | House by the River
English novelist and essayist Alan Patrick Herbert was born in London, England, in 1890. An Oxford graduate, he served in the Royal Navy in World War I and took part in the disastrous Gallipoli campaign in Turkey, which resulted in heavy casualties and a resounding defeat for the Allied forces. He ...
50. A.R. Whatmore
Writer | BBC Sunday-Night Theatre
A.R. Whatmore was born on May 30, 1889 in Much Marcle, Herefordshire, England as Arthur Reginald Whatmore. He was an actor and writer, known for BBC Sunday-Night Theatre (1950), Charley's Aunt (1938) and Eliza Comes to Stay (1936). He died on October 15, 1960 in Middle Claydon, Buckinghamshire, ...