||Actor, Producer, Former Model, Competitive Driver
||26 July 1967
||Best known for his roles in Guy Ritchie’s crime films Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels, Snatch and Revolver, as well as The Transporter trilogy.
||Fashion Designer, Businesswoman, Activist
||8 April 1941
||Fashion designer and activist, who played a key role in the development of the 1970s punk scene. Known also for her political activism, the-born designer campaigns against climate change.
||13 December 1949
||BAFTA, Oliver and Tony award winner that played some serious roles on stage in his expansive theatre and cinema career.
||Sailor, Charity Founder
||8 July 1976
||She broke the world record for the fastest solo circumnavigation of the globe in 2005. After retirement she has set up The Ellen Macarthur Foundation and The Ellen MacArthur Cancer Trust.
||Novelist, Short story writer, Essayist, Critic
||6 July 1952
||Best known for her historical fictions and the prize-winning novels Wolf Hall and Bring Up The Bodies that have also become successful stage shows, performed by the RSC.
||22 January 1940 – 25 January 2017
||Described as “simply the greatest actor in the world” by David Lynch, John Hurt has played too may high-profile roles to mention. From the lead in Elephant Man, Kane in sci-fi horror Alien to Mr Ollivander in the Harry Potter films, Sir John mastered the staged with an exquisite elegance.
||1 August 1990
||Famous for his BAFTA Rising Star Award for his part in Angelina Jolie’s movie Unbroken from 2014. He’s also known for his roles in Skins, This Is England, Dive and Money Monster.
||28 February 1971
||Best known for being chef proprietor of the two-Michelin star Restaurant Sat Bains with Rooms in Nottingham. He won the Roux Scholarship in 1999 and was one of the winners on the BBC show Great British Menu in 2007.
||Actor, TV Personality
||22 May 1977
||Known for his roles in several BBC dramas. He also won the sixth season of Strictly Come Dancing with his partner Camilla Dallerup.