Tom Felton is an English actor best known for playing Draco Malfoy in the Harry Potter film series. After starting his career as a child artist, Felton has successfully established himself as an actor in the British film and TV industry. Also known for his skills as a musician, Tom Felton has released EPs, such as Time Well Spent.
Warwick Davis is an English actor, comedian, filmmaker, writer, and TV presenter. He is known for playing important roles in popular film series like Leprechaun, Star Wars, and Harry Potter films. Davis serves as an inspiration to those suffering from dwarfism. As the co-founder of a charity organization called Little People UK, Warwick Davis has touched the lives of many people.
Mel Giedroyc is an English TV presenter, actress, and comedian. She is known for co-hosting series like Light Lunch and Mel & Sue. Also known for her humanitarian efforts, Giedroyc contributed to Gareth Malone's All Star Choir, in 2014, in an attempt to raise funds for BBC's charity Children in Need. In 2017, she went on to co-present Children in Need.
Alex Kingston is an English actress who came into prominence in the 1990s for her work in television. Known for playing important roles in popular TV series like ER and Doctor Who, Kingston earned a couple of Screen Actors Guild Awards for her performance in ER, while her portrayal of River Song in Doctor Who earned her an SFX Award.
Martin Parr is a British photojournalist, photographer, and photobook collector. He has also worked as a professor of photography at prestigious institutions like the University of Wales, Newport and Ulster University. Over the course of his career, Martin Parr has won several awards, such as the Dr. Erich Salomon Award and Lucie Award.
Tennis player-turned-commentator Andrew Castle was once UK number one and also boasts of three ATP men’s doubles titles. As a presenter, he has worked with broadcasting companies such as Sky, BBC, LBC, and ITV. He has also been part of a BAFTA-nominated BBC tennis commentary team.
English rugby player Nick Easter made his debut for England against Italy in 2007. He has also played for Orrell and Harlequins. The brother of retired rugby player Mark Easter, he is known for making the infamous remark “That's £35,000 down the toilet” after England's 2011 World Cup defeat to France.