Richard Cameron Wattis (25 February 1912 – 1 February 1975) was an English actor. He is best known for his appearances in British comedies of the 1950s and 1960s, typically as the “Man from the Ministry” or similar character, with his trademark thick-rimmed round spectacles. Such appearances included the St Trinian’s films and The Prince and the Showgirl (1957).. Wattis’ other films included Hobson’s Choice, Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, Carry On Spying, The Colditz Story, Dentist on the Job, Very Important Person, The Happiest Days of Your Life, and The Longest Day. He also appeared on television, including a long-running role in Sykes. Born in Wednesbury, Staffordshire. (d. 1975)
Richard Percy Jones (February 25, 1927 – July 7, 2014), known as Dick Jones, was an American film and television actor who may be best known as the voice of Pinocchio in the 1940 Walt Disney film Pinocchio. (d. 2014)
David Terence Puttnam, Baron Puttnam, CBE, FRASS (born 25 February 1941) is a British film producer and educator. He worked on films such as the rock musicals That’ll Be the Day (1973) and Stardust (1974), Ken Russell’s Mahler (1974) and Lisztomania (1975), and Alan Parker’s Bugsy Malone (1976). He produced Alan Parker’s Midnight Express, The Duellists (Ridley Scott’s feature film debut), Chariots of Fire (which won the Academy Award for Best Picture), Local Hero, Memphis Belle, Meeting Venus,The Killing Fields and The Mission. He sits on the Labour benches in the House of Lords. Born in Southgate, London,
Douglas Hodge is an English actor, director, and musician. Hodge received critical and popular acclaim for the BBC’s Middlemarch. His other TV appearances include Red Cap (2003–2004) and Spooks (2005). Born in Plymouth, Devon.