Birth Place Matching "Shoreham-by-Sea, West Sussex, England, UK" (Sorted by Popularity Ascending)
1. David Ryall
Actor | Around the World in 80 Days
David Ryall was born on January 5, 1935 in Shoreham-by-Sea, West Sussex, England as David John Ryall. He was an actor, known for Around the World in 80 Days (2004), Automata (2014) and City of Ember (2008). He was married to Penny England, Cathy Buchwald and Gillian Eddison. He died on December 25,...
Writer | Foreign Correspondent
Born just before the century turned, Charles Bennett made his writing debut as a child in 1911, fought in France during World War I while still a teen and resumed his acting career after the war's end. In 1926 he dropped acting to concentrate on being a playwright, later turning one of his most ...
3. Obie Dean
Actor | Hamlet
Obie Dean is an English screen, stage and voice actor. He was born and raised in Sussex U.K as Christophe J Rattley and is of Irish and French descent. From a young age Obie was interested in accents and voices he heard from the T.V and film which led him to impersonate people.
Obie has varied ...
Writer | Done In
Originally a journalist, Adam was first published at age 16 while attending Steyning Grammar School in West Sussex, England, contributing articles to a local newspaper. A handful of years later, he was an established writer, contributing to the likes of Ain't It Cool News, Rolling Stone and GQ. As ...
6. Jeffrey Dell
Writer | It's Hard to Be Good
Only son of John Edward Dell and Gertrude Flowers of Shoreham-On-Sea. Trained as an articled clerk in his father's law firm Dell & Loader before signing up for the Royal Flying Corps in 1917. He was eventually invalided out of the service after a aeroplane crash in training.
Trained as a solicitor, ...
8. David Ellen
Actor | Our Miss Fred
David Ellen was born in 1939 in Shoreham-by-Sea, West Sussex, England as David John Ellams. He is known for his work on Our Miss Fred (1972), Ooh La La! (1968) and Come Spy with Me (1977). He is married to Barbara Easton. He was previously married to Jill Howard and Diana Green.
11. Charles Mortimer
Actor | The Triumph of Sherlock Holmes
Charles Mortimer was born on June 22, 1885 in Shoreham-by-Sea, West Sussex, England as Harold Paul Munro Mortimer. He was an actor, known for The Triumph of Sherlock Holmes (1935), Someone at the Door (1936) and The Return of Bulldog Drummond (1934). He was married to Greta Wood. He died on April ...
13. Lewis Mckale
Actor | Lights, Camera, Ransom!
Born in Shoreham By Sea, West Sussex. Lewis Mckale got into acting from an early age at school and was inspired by his GCSE Drama tutor Jonathan Goodwin to take his training further. He went on to train at Northbrook, where his break performances playing the role of King Lear in William ...
15. Tom Sayer
Composer | Hamlin
Tom Charles Sayer is an established composer and songwriter in both his home in Brighton and his university city in Bangor, North Wales. After completing his degree in music and creative writing in 2011, Tom continued his studies in composition for film at Bangor University to receive a Masters in ...