List of film actors and actresses from Great Britain, listed alphabetically with photos when available. Great Britain has produced some very talented actors and actresses in the last century, many of who have gone on to star in comedies, dramas, horror movies and more. These British actors specialize in film, television or even theater, so they're not all necessarily movie stars. These are some of the best British actors the country has ever seen, so if you're a native of Great Britain and an aspiring actor/actress then these are people you should look up to.
This list below has everything from Alan Coren to Will Self.
This list answers the questions, "Who are the best British actors?" and "Which movies stars are from Great Britain?"You can click on the names of these legendary movie stars of Great Britain in order to get more information about each one. If you're a film buff use this list of talented British film actors to find some new movies you haven't already seen.
Alan Coren was an English humourist, writer and satirist who was well known as a regular panellist on the BBC radio quiz The News Quiz and a team captain on BBC television's Call My Bluff. Coren was also a journalist, and for nine years was the editor of Punch magazine. ...more on Wikipedia
Age: Dec. at 69 (1938-2007)
Birthplace: Middlesex, Eurasia, Paddington, Westminster, United Kingdom, + more
Nationality: United Kingdom, Englandsee more on Alan Coren
Alexandra "Alex" Lovell is an English television presenter. ...more on Wikipedia
Birthplace: Gravesend, United Kingdom
Nationality: United Kingdom, Englandsee more on Alex Lovell
Andrew Nicholas Castle is an English retired tennis professional, and now a television and radio presenter. Castle was UK number 1 in singles tennis in 1986, reaching as high as World No. 80 in June 1988, and No. 45 in doubles in December 1988, with Tim Wilkison of the United States. He reached one Grand Slam final in his career in the at the 1987 Australian Open mixed doubles event with Anne Hobbs. He won three ATP titles in men's doubles, as well as one title on the Challenger tour. He won $344,338 in prize money. Between 2000 and 2010, Andrew was a presenter on the now defunct Breakfast Station GMTV, sharing duties with Ben Shephard to present its weekday magazine programme. In 2009, he ...more on Wikipedia
Birthplace: Epsom, United Kingdom
Nationality: United Kingdomsee more on Andrew Castle
Audley Harrison MBE is a retired British professional boxer from Harlesden, England who fought in the heavyweight division. At the 2000 Olympics in Sydney he became the first British fighter to win an Olympic gold medal in the superheavyweight division. He stands 6 ft 5 ¹⁄₂ in and usually weighs around 255 lb. Harrison turned professional 2001 after signing a contract with BBC Sport. Harrison had 17 fights on the network before BBC Sport pulled all boxing from their programming. In October 2009, he won the Prizefighter tournament. He became European heavyweight champion after knocking out Michael Sprott in April 2010. In February 2013, Harrison won the Prizefighter tournament for the second ...more on Wikipedia
Birthplace: London, United Kingdom
Nationality: United Kingdom, Englandsee more on Audley Harrison