Birth Place Matching "Sheffield, England, UK" (Sorted by Popularity Descending)
1. Fred Ginnett
Actor | Dick Turpin's Last Ride to York
Fred Ginnett was born in October 1859 in Sheffield, England as Frederick Emile Ginnett. He was an actor and writer, known for Dick Turpin's Last Ride to York (1906). He was married to Laura Isbell Mayer. He died on January 22, 1924 in London, England.
Actor | The Bunker
He was born in Sheffield, England. Son of Joan and Peter Hamnett. He attended (sometimes) school at Gleadless and Silverdale. He spent most of his early school life drawing pictures, smoking or stealing. Only later did he take his studies seriously, gaining A levels and a degree in Literature. He ...
11. Michael Caisley
Sound Department | Call of Duty: WWII
A native of the UK, Michael entered the sound industry after attending New York University. He has been a sound designer for video games and television for 20 years. Michael has provided audio for such high profile titles as Call of Duty, Mortal Kombat, and Dead Space. Accolades include and MPSE ...
12. C.P. Booth
Editorial Department | Kaubôi bibappu
Born in Sheffield England to classical musician parents, Booth emigrated to Canada in 1959, playing roles in CBC TV productions from the age of 9. A busy session player and singer throughout his teens, he worked behind the scenes as bassist and producer for many Canadian acts, notably Jim Carrey. ...
Actor | Is Anybody There?
Born in Sheffield (UK), Ollie began his training for stage at Starstruck Academy for Performing Arts at 8-years-old. At 11, he had his first role in 2008 feature film 'Is Anybody There?', before taking time out to focus on school studies. In 2014 he began a BA degree in Music and Drama at the ...
22. Zara Clinton
Actress | Sunrise
Zara Clinton was born on June 30, 1882 in Sheffield, South Yorkshire, England as Sarah Nellie Young. She was an actress, known for Sunrise (1926) and Painted Daughters (1925). She was married to F. Stuart Whyte. She died on April 10, 1956 in Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England.
28. Martyn Ware
Soundtrack | Trainspotting
Martyn Ware was born and raised in Sheffield. His first success was as a founding member of the popular British synth-pop group The Human League. He left after two albums which achieved cult success (and shortly before they released their definitive album Dare). He then went on to greater success ...
31. Max Melford
Max Melford was born on November 28, 1904 in Sheffield, Yorkshire, England as Herbert John Abbott. He was an actor, known for Echo of Applause: An Excursion Into Motion Pictures (1946). He died in 1986 in Reading, Berkshire, England.
33. Oliver Herford
Writer | The Devil
Poet and illustrator Oliver Herford was born in 1863 in Sheffield, England. When Oliver was six his father, a Unitarian minister, was offered a job in the US and moved the family there, first to Boston and later to Chicago. Oliver was educated in England (Lancaster College) and the US (Antioch ...
35. George Manship
Actor | The Good Companions
George Manship was born in 1883 in Handsworth, Sheffield, Yorkshire, England as George Thomas Manship. He was an actor, known for The Good Companions (1933), Richard III (1911) and The Dark Stairway (1954). He died on May 25, 1954 in Marylebone, London, England.
41. Ena Bertoldi
Self | Bertoldi (Table Contortion)
Ena Bertoldi born Beatrice Mary Claxton in Sheffield, England in 1876 from a family of acrobats, she began working in music hall theatre's from childhood from 1884, later she toured Europe and America throughout the late 1880's and 1890's, she became highly famous as a contortionist in the US and ...
42. Joseph Stringer
Writer | My Doggone Destiny
As youths, Joseph Stringer and his brother, Jack, were merchant sailors in the West Indies trade, Joseph as a ship's carpenter, Jack as a ship's musician (fiddler). In 1891, while his ship was in Boston, he met his soon-to-be wife, a nanny for a Methuen, MA, family, who convinced him to leave the ...