British music stars born in 1971

Here are 50 famous musicians from United Kingdom were born in 1971:

Liam Howlett

Liam Howlett (August 21, 1971 Braintree-) also known as L.Howlett or Howlett, Liam is a British keyboard player, lyricist, musician, composer, record producer, songwriter and disc jockey. His child is called Ace Billy Howlett.

Discography: Back to Mine: Liam Prodigy. His related genres: Electronic music, Alternative rock, Big beat, Alternative dance, Dance-punk, Rave music, Techno, Dance-rock, Electronic dance music, Breakbeat, Synthpunk and Breakbeat hardcore.

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Aphex Twin

Aphex Twin (August 18, 1971 Limerick-) also known as The Aphex Twin, aphex+twin, AFX, Polygon Window, Richard David James, Richard D. James, Soit-P.P., Power-Pill, Powerpill, GAK, The Dice Man, Q-Chastic, Blue Calx, Bradley Strider, Brad Strider, Caustic Window, Analord, Martin Tressider, DJ Smojphace, Prichard D. Jams, Tahnaiya Russell, The Tuss, Tuss, The, Brian Tregaskin, Tregaskin, Brian or Tregaskin, Karen is a British musician, composer, remixer, film score composer, electronic musician and disc jockey.

Discography: Digeridoo, Xylem Tube EP, Selected Ambient Works 85–92, Selected Ambient Works, Volume II, Classics, Ventolin, ...I Care Because You Do, Donkey Rhubarb, Girl/Boy EP and Richard D. James Album. Genres he performed include Ambient music, Techno, Drum and bass, Drill 'n bass, Electronic music, Intelligent dance music, Dark ambient, Acid house, Acid techno, Noise music, Glitch, Breakcore and Hardcore.

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Charlotte Gainsbourg

Charlotte Gainsbourg (July 21, 1971 London-) also known as Charlotte Lucy Gainsbourg, 샤를로뜨 갱스부르 or 샬롯 갱스부르 is a British singer and actor. She has three children, Joe Attal, Alice Attal and Ben Attal.

Her albums: Charlotte for Ever, The Songs That We Sing, 5:55, 5:55: The Remixes, IRM, Sunset Sound Session, Sunset Sound EP, Heaven Can Wait, In the End and Stage Whisper. Genres: French pop music, Folk rock and Electro.

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Nigel Godrich

Nigel Godrich (February 28, 1971 Westminster-) a.k.a. Godrich, Nigel or Nigel Timothy Godrich is a British engineer, record producer, musician and audio engineer.

His related genres: Alternative rock and Experimental rock.

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Matthew Vaughn

Matthew Vaughn (March 7, 1971 London-) a.k.a. Matthew De Vere Drummond or Matthew Allard Robert Vaughn is a British film director, film producer, screenwriter and television producer. He has three children, Caspar Matthew De Vere Drummond, Clementine Poppy De Vere Drummond and Cosima Violet De Vere Drummond.

Vaughn began his career in the film industry as a producer for various projects, including "Lock Stock and Two Smoking Barrels" (1998) and "Snatch" (2000) before transitioning to directing. He made his directorial debut with the crime thriller "Layer Cake" (2004), which starred Daniel Craig in the lead role. Vaughn then went on to direct the superhero films "Kick-Ass" (2010) and "X-Men: First Class" (2011).

Aside from his work in film, Vaughn has also produced several highly-acclaimed television shows, including "Lock Stock..." (2000-2001) and "Sherlock Holmes and the Baker Street Irregulars" (2007).

In 2012, Vaughn founded MARV Films, a production company that has since produced a number of successful films, including "Kingsman: The Secret Service" (2015) and its sequel "Kingsman: The Golden Circle" (2017).

Vaughn is known for his unique and stylized approach to filmmaking, often incorporating fast-paced action sequences and dark comedic elements into his work. He has earned critical acclaim and commercial success throughout his career and continues to be a prominent figure in the film industry.

In addition to his work as a filmmaker and television producer, Matthew Vaughn has also been involved in various philanthropic endeavors. He is a patron of the Elton John AIDS Foundation and has supported numerous other charities, including the NSPCC and the Teenage Cancer Trust.

Vaughn also has a personal interest in education and has been a vocal advocate for education reform in the UK. In 2016, he co-founded the educational charity, The Independent School Alliance for Ireland, which supports the growth of independent schools in Ireland.

Vaughn has been in a long-term relationship with supermodel Claudia Schiffer since 2002, and the couple married in 2003. They live on a 530-acre estate in Suffolk, England, and are known for their support of various environmental initiatives.

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Tom Middleton

Tom Middleton (August 18, 1971 England-) otherwise known as Amba, The Mod Wheel, The Modwheel, E621, Cosmos, Schizophrenia, The Rebus Project, Mod Wheel, The, Rebus Project, The, Middleton, Tom, Tom Middleton Presents Amba or Tom Middleton Presents Amber is a British disc jockey, composer, musician and record producer.

His discography includes: The Trip: Created by Tom Middleton, The Trip 2: Navigated by Tom Middleton, Lifetracks, Spiritcatcher, I Just Wanna Say, Deep Inside the Groove, Take Me With You, Play to Win, Summer in Space and My Splendid Idea. Genres he performed include Electronic music and Electronica.

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Jas Mann

Jas Mann (April 24, 1971 Dudley-) also known as Mann, Jas, Jasbinder Singh Mann, Jasbinder Singh "Jas" Mann or Jas is a British singer, musician, record producer, singer-songwriter and film producer.

Genres he performed: Alternative rock.

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Chico Slimani

Chico Slimani (April 2, 1971 Bridgend-) also known as Chico or Yousseph Slimani is a British singer, composer, actor and film producer.

His albums include D.I.S.C.O. and It's Chico Time. Genres he performed: Pop music and Latin American music.

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Zoe Rahman

Zoe Rahman (January 20, 1971 Chichester-) a.k.a. Rahman, Zoe is a British composer and jazz pianist.

Her albums: Melting Pot, Live With Special Guest Idris Rahman and Kindred Spirits. Genres she performed: Jazz.

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Tina Cousins

Tina Cousins (April 20, 1971 Leigh-on-Sea-) a.k.a. Cousins, Tina is a British singer, model and songwriter.

Discography: Mastermind, Forever, Killing Time (Remix Tour Edition), Pray, Killing Time, Killin' Time, Wonderful Life, Forever, Pray and Angel. Genres: Vocal trance, Hi-NRG, Dance-pop, Adult contemporary music, Dance music, Eurodance, Electronica and Electronic dance music.

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Karen Ramirez

Karen Ramirez (May 16, 1971 North London-) also known as Karin Ramirez, Karem Ramirez or Ramirez, Karen is a British singer.

Her albums: Looking for Love, Distant Dreams, If We Try, Looking For Love (US) and Troubled Girl.

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Hallucinogen (October 28, 1971-) also known as Simon Posford, Gumbo, Walter Ego or Posford, Simon is a British audio engineer, record producer and disc jockey.

His albums: LSD Remixes, In Dub, Mi-Loony-Um!, LSD, Deranger, LSD (live mix), Fluoro Neuro Sponge, Twisted, Alpha Centauri / LSD and Droppin' Soulful H2O on the Fiber. Genres related to him: Goa trance, Psychedelic trance and Downtempo.

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Surgeon (May 1, 1971 United Kingdom-) otherwise known as The Surgeon, Anthony Child or Child, Anthony is a British disc jockey and musician.

His albums include Electronically Tested, La Real, Midnight Club Tracks I, Midnight Club Tracks II, Pet 2000, Whose Bad Hands Are These? Part I, Whose Bad Hands Are These? Part II, Body Request, Communications and First. Genres he performed: Techno and Electronic music.

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General Levy

General Levy (May 28, 1971 London-) otherwise known as Paul Levy or Levy, General is a British , .

His discography includes: Wickedness Increase, New Breed, Spirit & Faith, In the Chamber of Dub and Double Trouble. Genres related to him: Reggae, Ragga and Oldschool jungle.

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Chicane (February 28, 1971 Chalfont St Giles-) a.k.a. N. Bracegirdle, Chicane with Maire Brennan, Chicaine, Disco Citizens or Nick Bracegirdle is a British record producer, songwriter, composer and electronic musician.

His albums: Somersault, Stoned in Love, Love on the Run, Autumn Tactics, No Ordinary Morning / Halcyon, Behind the Sun, Don't Give Up, Chilled, Saltwater and Strong in Love. His related genres: House music, Trance music, Ambient music, Chill-out music, Balearic beat, Electronica and Balearic trance.

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Keith Baxter

Keith Baxter (February 19, 1971 Morecambe-January 4, 2008) also known as Baxter, Keith was a British drummer and musician.

His related genres: Indie rock, Rock music and Folk metal.

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Thomas Adès

Thomas Adès (March 1, 1971 London-) otherwise known as Thomas Ades is a British composer, pianist and conductor.

His albums: Living Toys, Asyla, Life Story, etc., Powder Her Face (Almeida Opera, feat. soprano: Jill Gomez, soprano: Valdine Anderson, tenor: Niall Morris, bass: Roger Bryson), Violin Concerto & Tevot (feat. violin: Anthony Marwood; feat. orch: Chamber Orchestra of Europe, National Youth Orchestra of Great Britain, Berliner Philharmoniker), Lieux Retrouvés, Adès: Piano Quintet / Schubert: 'Trout' Quintet, The Tempest, and Cello World. Genres he performed include Opera and Contemporary classical music.

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Jem Godfrey

Jem Godfrey (October 6, 1971-) also known as Jeremy Godfrey or Godfrey, Jem is a British , .

Genres related to him: Neo-progressive rock, Pop music and Electronic music.

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Mike Paradinas

Mike Paradinas (September 26, 1971 Wimbledon-) also known as mike p, Kid Spatula, Tusken Raiders, Gary Moscheles, Jake Slazenger, Frost Jockey, Rude Ass Tinker, Rude-Ass Tinker, µ-Ziq, µ-Ziq, u-Ziq, Mu-ziq, ziq, muziq, Michael Paradinas, Paradinas, Mike, Slazenger, Jake or Moscheles, Gary is a British , .

His discography includes: Duntisbourne Abbots Soulmate Devastation Technique, Pewter Dragon / On the Street, Meast, Full Sunken Breaks, The Motorbike Track, Bantha Trax, Volume 2, Bantha Trax, Nautilus, Megaphonk and Burgundy Trax, Volume 2. Genres he performed include Drill 'n bass, Electro, Ambient music, Electronic music, Jazz-funk, Breakbeat, Intelligent dance music and Drum and bass.

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Daniel Dumile

Daniel Dumile (January 9, 1971 London-) also known as MF DOOM, Viktor Vaughn, M.F. Doom, Zev Luv X, King Geedorah, Zev Love X, Metal Fingers, Viktor Vaughan, Victor Vaughn, The Super Villain, Vaughn, Viktor, DOOM or King Ghidra is a British rapper and music producer.

His albums: Operation: Doomsday, MM..FOOD, Dead Bent / Gas Drawls / Hey!, Greenbacks / Go With the Flow, I Hear Voices, Live From Planet X, My Favorite Ladies / All Outta Ale, Prof Meets the Supervillain, The M.I.C. / Red & Gold and Yee Haw. Genres he performed: Alternative hip hop, Avanthop, Underground hip hop, East Coast hip hop and Hip hop music.

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Wayne Jackson

Wayne Jackson (June 23, 1971 Manchester-) a.k.a. Jackson, Wayne is a British singer.

His albums include Glorious, The Long Goodbye and Undercover Psycho.

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Lisa Lashes

Lisa Lashes (April 23, 1971 Holbrooks-) also known as Lashes, Lisa is a British , .

Her albums: Lisa Lashes, Lashed, Extreme Euphoria, Volume 3, Lashed Euphoria, Extreme Euphoria, Extreme Euphoria, Volume 4, The Tidy Girls Annual, We Come One / You're Not Alone, Hard House Euphoria and The Very Best of Extreme Euphoria. Genres she performed include UK hard house, Progressive house, Breakbeat, Hard dance, Hard trance, Hard NRG, Trance music and Hardstyle.

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Theo Keating

Theo Keating (December 1, 1971-) also known as DJ Touché, DJ Touche, Touché, Touche, Touché, DJ or Fake Blood is a British disc jockey, musician and record producer.

Discography: Vampires EP, Mixmag Presents: DJ Touché's House Party Dynamite, Fix Your Accent EP, Good Looking / Tangerine, Mars, Mars (Remixes), All in the Blink, Yes / No, The Paddle / The Girl's a Freak and Cells. Genres he performed include House music, Electroclash, Big beat, Electro, Hip hop music and Electro house.

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Kavus Torabi

Kavus Torabi (December 5, 1971-) also known as Torabi, Kavus is a British , .

His related genres: Progressive rock.

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Matt Schwartz

Matt Schwartz (October 26, 1971 Haifa-) also known as Dada, The Drill, M'Black, Matthew Schwartz or Matthew Mazer Schwartz is a British songwriter, record producer, composer, programmer, disc jockey, audio engineer and mixing engineer.

His albums include The Drill, Lil Wayne - "Lollipop" Remixes, Lollipop, Night Runner, Daydream, Crush, The Drill and Heartbreak (Remixes). Genres he performed include House music, Trip hop, Pop music, Rock music, Electronica and Electronic dance music.

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Ewan McGregor

Ewan McGregor (March 31, 1971 Perth-) otherwise known as Ewan MacGregor, Ewan Gordon McGregor, Ewan Gordon McGregor, OBE or Ewan Gordon McGregor OBE is a British actor, screenwriter, television producer, singer and voice actor. He has four children, Esther Rose McGregor, Clara Mathilde McGregor, Jamyan McGregor and Anouk McGregor.

His discography includes: Moulin Rouge and Come What May.

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Mackenzie Crook

Mackenzie Crook (September 29, 1971 Maidstone-) also known as Paul Mackenzie Crook is a British comedian, actor, stand-up comedian and dubbing. He has two children, Scout Elizabeth Crook and Jude Michael Crook.

Mackenzie Crook is best known for his roles as Gareth Keenan in the British version of "The Office" and as Ragetti in the "Pirates of the Caribbean" film series. He began his career as a stand-up comedian before transitioning to acting. In addition to his on-screen work, Crook has also written and directed for the stage and screen. He has won several awards for his work, including a British Comedy Award and a Screen Actors Guild Award. When not working, Crook is known for his passion for birdwatching and has written a book about his experiences titled "The Windvale Sprites."

Crook grew up in Kent, England and attended the Dartford Grammar School. He later trained in drama at the Welsh College of Music and Drama in Cardiff. After graduating, he worked as a stand-up comedian, performing in clubs and festivals across the United Kingdom.

Crook's big break came when he was cast as Gareth Keenan in the mockumentary series "The Office" in 2001. His portrayal of the socially awkward and officious office worker won him critical acclaim and led to him being cast in other high-profile roles.

In addition to playing Ragetti in the "Pirates of the Caribbean" series, Crook has appeared in films such as "Finding Neverland," "City of Ember," and "One Chance." He has also had recurring roles on television shows like "Game of Thrones," "Detectorists," and "Worzel Gummidge."

As a writer and director, Crook has worked on the BBC series "The Life and Times of Vivienne Vyle" and the feature film "Ironclad." In 2017, he wrote and directed his own comedy film, "Eat Locals."

Crook is a dedicated birdwatcher and has spoken publicly about the importance of conservation efforts to protect bird populations. His passion for birdwatching inspired him to write his first children's book, "The Windvale Sprites," which was published in 2011.

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MeeK (February 16, 1971 Montmorency-) is a British performer, artist, musician and music artist.

Discography: Psychotique, Sleeping With Big Ben, Margaret et Ses Bijoux, Sortie De Secours, Archives 97/07 and So Fresh. Genres: Britpop, Independent music, French pop music, Pop rock, Indie pop, Adult contemporary music, Rock music and Pop music.

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Chesney Hawkes

Chesney Hawkes (September 22, 1971 Windsor-) also known as Chesney Hawks, Chesney Lee Hawkes or Hawkes, Chesney is a British singer, musician, songwriter and actor. He has one child, Casey George Hawkes.

His albums include Buddy's Song, Get the Picture, The One & Only, The One and Only, The Very Best of Chesney Hawkes, What's Wrong With This Picture? and Secrets of the Heart. Genres he performed: Pop music, Rock music, Pop rock and Alternative rock.

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JS Clayden

JS Clayden (March 24, 1971 London-) also known as Jonathan Seth Clayden is a British musician, singer and record producer.

Genres he performed include Heavy metal, Rock music, Electronica, Industrial music and Electronic dance music.

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Jeff Singer

Jeff Singer (March 31, 1971 Manchester-) a.k.a. Singer, Jeff is a British , .

Jeff Singer is a professional drummer who has worked with a number of well-known musicians and bands. He began playing drums at the age of 11 and went on to study at the Royal Northern College of Music in Manchester. Singer's musical career started off with him playing jazz, but he soon moved into the world of rock and pop music.

He has played with a number of famous bands, including Paradise Lost, Blaze Bayley, and Kill II This. He has also worked with musicians such as Gary Moore, Fish, and Martin Barre of Jethro Tull. Singer is known for his powerful, hard-hitting drumming style and his ability to adapt to different musical genres.

In addition to his work as a drummer, Singer is also a music teacher and runs his own drum school. He has written several drum books and has been featured in various drumming magazines. He is highly respected in the world of drumming and is considered one of the top drummers in the UK.

Jeff Singer has also been involved in recording sessions for many soundtracks and television commercials. His extensive work in the music industry has earned him a reputation as a versatile and talented drummer. Singer has also performed at various music festivals around the world and has toured extensively in Europe, Asia, and North America. He is credited with helping to shape the modern sound of heavy metal and hard rock drumming. Singer's contributions to the world of music have been recognized with numerous awards and accolades. He continues to inspire and influence musicians and drummers around the world with his exceptional talent and dedication to his craft.

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Robert Mitchell

Robert Mitchell (November 28, 1971 United Kingdom-) otherwise known as Robert Mitchell 3io or Mitchell, Robert is a British , .

Robert Mitchell (November 28, 1971 United Kingdom-) otherwise known as Robert Mitchell 3io or Mitchell, Robert is a British pianist, composer and bandleader. He is known for his work in contemporary jazz and improvisation music. Robert started playing the piano at a young age and studied at the Oramusic School of Jazz in London. Over the course of his career, he has released a number of critically acclaimed albums, including "The Greater Good" (2019) and "Equinox" (2018). He has also collaborated with a number of artists such as Omar Puente, Courtney Pine and Cleveland Watkiss. In addition to his work as a musician, Robert has also worked as a lecturer at Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance in London, and the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama.

Robert Mitchell's immense talent as a pianist has been recognized with numerous awards throughout his career. He won the 2014 British Jazz Award for Best Pianist, the Parliamentary Jazz Award for Best Jazz Album in 2009, and was nominated for the Mercury Prize in 2004 for his album "The Glimpse".

Robert is also a prolific composer and has written music for film, television, and theatre productions. He has worked on projects for the BBC, Channel 4, and the National Theatre. Robert's music often explores themes of identity, politics, and spirituality, and he draws inspiration from a range of musical genres including jazz, classical, and folk music.

In addition to his solo work, Robert is the founder and bandleader of several ensembles including the Robert Mitchell 3io and the Panacea Project. He is deeply committed to promoting diversity and inclusivity in the jazz community and has spoken out about the need for greater representation of women and people of colour in the industry.

Overall, Robert Mitchell is a highly respected figure in the jazz world and his contributions to the genre have cemented his reputation as one of the UK's foremost pianists and composers.

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David Fletcher

David Fletcher (December 10, 1971-June 29, 2009) was a British musician.

He was best known as the lead singer and guitarist of the indie rock band, The Boo Radleys. Fletcher formed the band in 1988 with Sice, Rob Harrison, and Tim Brown while they were still in school. The Boo Radleys gained popularity with their albums "Everything's Alright Forever" and "Giant Steps" in the early 1990s. Their single "Wake Up Boo!" became a chart-topping hit in the UK and was featured in several movies and commercials. Fletcher was known for his unique songwriting style and experimented with different genres, including shoegaze, Britpop, and psychedelic rock. Fletcher passed away at the age of 37 due to a brain haemorrhage.

Fletcher started playing the guitar at the age of 15 and was heavily influenced by punk rock and post-punk bands such as The Clash and Joy Division. He was also interested in psychedelic and experimental music, which reflected in his songwriting. Fletcher wrote most of the Boo Radleys' songs and was praised for his lyrical depth and catchy melodies. He also played a significant role in the band's sound, using various guitar effects and incorporating different instruments like strings and brass into their music. In addition to his work with the Boo Radleys, Fletcher was also involved in several side projects and collaborations with other artists. He was known for his humble and kind personality and was respected by his peers in the music industry. After his death, several musicians paid tribute to Fletcher and his contributions to the British indie scene.

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Sacha Baron Cohen

Sacha Baron Cohen (October 13, 1971 Hammersmith-) also known as Borat Sagdiyev, Brüno, Borat, Sacha Noam Baron Cohen, Cohen, Sacha Baron, Ali G or Sacha Baron-Cohen is a British comedian, actor, fashion model, voice actor, screenwriter, television producer and film producer. He has two children, Olive Baron Cohen and Elula Lottie Miriam Cohen.

His discography includes: Me Julie.

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Richard Armitage

Richard Armitage (August 22, 1971 Huncote-) a.k.a. Richard Crispin Armitage is a British actor and voice actor.

He is best known for his roles in the television series North and South, Spooks, Robin Hood, Strike Back, and Hannibal. Additionally, he has also appeared in films such as The Hobbit trilogy, Captain America: The First Avenger, and Ocean's 8. Armitage has received critical acclaim for his performances on stage, including his roles in The Crucible and The Old Vic's production of The Cherry Orchard. In addition to his acting work, he has also lent his voice to numerous audiobooks, video games, and documentaries. Armitage has been nominated for several awards throughout his career, including a Laurence Olivier Award for Best Actor in a Supporting Role for his performance in The Crucible.

Armitage was born and raised in Leicestershire, England. He attended Pattison College in Coventry and later graduated from the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art. After graduation, he spent several years working in theater before transitioning to television and film.

Despite his success on screen, Armitage has remained passionate about theater and has returned to the stage multiple times throughout his career. In 2014, he played John Proctor in a production of The Crucible at The Old Vic theatre in London, a role for which he received widespread critical acclaim.

Armitage is also known for his voice acting work, having lent his voice to several popular audiobooks and video games. He notably voiced the character of Trevor Belmont in the Netflix animated series Castlevania.

Outside of acting, Armitage is actively involved in humanitarian work and has worked with several charitable organizations, including Barnardo's and Young Minds. He has also been an ambassador for the international development charity ActionAid.

Armitage continues to work as an actor and is set to appear in the upcoming film adaptation of the novel The Man from Rome, as well as the second season of the Netflix series Bridgerton.

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Steve Hewitt

Steve Hewitt (March 22, 1971 Northwich-) a.k.a. Hewitt, Steve or Steven James Hewitt is a British drummer.

Genres he performed: Alternative rock, Electronic rock, Hard rock and Indie rock.

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Michelle Gayle

Michelle Gayle (February 2, 1971 London-) a.k.a. Michelle Patricia Gayle or Michele Gayle is a British singer, songwriter, actor and author. She has one child, Isaiah Philip Bright.

Her albums include Michelle Gayle, Sensational, Sweetness and Looking Up. Genres related to her: Rhythm and blues, Pop music, Adult contemporary music, Urban contemporary and Soul music.

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Steve Williams

Steve Williams (October 20, 1971-) is a British , .

His related genres: Power metal and Progressive metal.

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Hyper (October 1, 1971-) also known as DJ Hyper or Guy Hatfield is a British disc jockey and record producer.

His albums: Wired, Rewired, Pitch Bitch - Hyper vs. JHz, Low Level - Hyper + Grayarea, Y3K: Deep Progressive Breaks, Y3K: Soundtrack to the Future, We Control, Bedrock Breaks: DJ Hyper and Suicide Tuesday. Genres he performed include House music, Punk rock, Breakbeat, Electronica, Electronic music, Electronic dance music and Rave music.

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Nick Raphael

Nick Raphael (October 4, 1971 London-) is a British artist, disc jockey, promoter, manager, musician and music artist.

Genres: Hip hop music, Dance music, Pop music and Classical music.

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Cass Browne

Cass Browne (September 27, 1971 London-) a.k.a. Browne, Cass is a British author and musician.

Genres he performed include Britpop, Electronica, Alternative rock and Electronic dance music.

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Rick Adams

Rick Adams (October 16, 1971-) is a British presenter.

He began his career in broadcasting as a DJ on local radio stations, but quickly moved into presenting on national television channels. Adams is perhaps best known for his work on popular quiz shows, such as "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?" and "The Chase," and has also hosted a number of travel and adventure programs. In addition to his work in television, Adams is also a writer and has published several books on travel, adventure, and history. He is considered one of the most accomplished broadcasters in the UK and has won multiple awards for his work.

Adams was born in Manchester, UK, and grew up in a family of performers. His parents were both actors, and his grandfather was a renowned classical musician. With this background, Adams showed an early interest in the entertainment industry and pursued a degree in broadcasting and journalism. After graduating, he started working as a radio DJ and hosted his own show on several local stations.

In the early 2000s, Adams made the jump to television and quickly established himself as a versatile and talented presenter. In addition to hosting quiz shows, he has also fronted documentaries on a wide range of subjects, including wildlife, history, and extreme sports. Adams is known for his easy-going personality, quick wit, and ability to connect with his audience, making him a popular choice for a variety of programs.

Despite his busy career in broadcasting, Adams is also an avid traveler and adventurer. He has visited over 50 countries and has written extensively about his experiences in books and articles. He is passionate about exploring new cultures and discovering the history and natural beauty of different parts of the world.

Alongside his professional achievements, Adams is also involved in several charitable causes. He supports several animal welfare organizations and has worked with charities focused on improving access to education and healthcare in developing countries. Despite his success, Adams remains humble and committed to using his platform to make a positive difference in the world.

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Alex Heffes

Alex Heffes (September 2, 1971 Beaconsfield-) also known as Heffes, Alex is a British film score composer and songwriter.

His albums: Dear Frankie, Touching the Void, The First Grader, Emperor (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack), State of Play and Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom. Genres he performed include Film score.

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Gary Barlow

Gary Barlow (January 20, 1971 Frodsham-) also known as G. Barlow, Garry Barlow, Barlow, Gary or G.Barlow is a British singer, record producer, singer-songwriter, songwriter, actor, film score composer, pianist, musician and composer. He has four children, Daniel Barlow, Emily Barlow, Daisy Barlow and Poppy Barlow.

His most important albums: For All That You Want, Forever Love, Love Won't Wait, Open Road, So Help Me Girl, Stronger, Twelve Months, Eleven Days, Open Book, Shame and Sing. Genres: Pop music, Ballad, Pop rock and Soft rock.

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Dido (December 25, 1971 Kensington-) otherwise known as Didio, Dido Armstrong, Florian Cloud de Bounevialle Armstrong, Florian Cloud de Bounevialle O'Malley Armstrong or Dido Florian Cloud de Bounevialle O'Malley Armstrong is a British musician and singer-songwriter. Her child is Stanley Gavin.

Her albums include No Angel: The Remixes, Dido Live, Sand in My Shoes, Don't Leave Home, Life for Rent, Life for Rent, White Flag, Hunter, Thank You and Here With Me. Genres: Pop music, Electronica, Pop rock, Folk music, Alternative rock and Trip hop.

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Richard Ashcroft

Richard Ashcroft (September 11, 1971 Higher End-) otherwise known as Richard Aschroft, Ashcroft, Richard, Richard Paul Ashcroft, Richard Paul Steven Ashcroft, Mad Richard or The Verve is a British singer, musician, singer-songwriter, composer and multi-instrumentalist. He has two children, Sonny Ashcroft and Cassius Ashcroft.

His albums: A Song for the Lovers, Alone With Everybody, Human Conditions, Buy It in Bottles, Keys to the World, C'mon People (We're Making It Now), Money to Burn, Break the Night With Colour, Music Is Power and Science of Silence. Genres: Alternative rock, Britpop, Shoegazing, Space rock, Neo-psychedelia, Psychedelic rock and Dream pop.

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Nick McCabe

Nick McCabe (July 14, 1971 St Helens-) also known as McCabe, Nick or Nicholas John McCabe is a British guitarist and musician.

His related genres: Alternative rock, Shoegazing and Psychedelic rock.

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Ian Matthews

Ian Matthews (June 20, 1971 Bristol-) is a British drummer and musician.

Genres he performed: Electronica, Rock music, Neo-psychedelia, Indie rock, Funk and Jazz.

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James Hannigan

James Hannigan (July 23, 1971 Buckinghamshire-) is a British musician, composer and record producer.

His most important albums: Harry Potter & the Half-Blood Prince (Videogame), Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince Video Game Soundtrack, Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix (Videogame), Dead Space 3 and Command & Conquer: The Ultimate Music Collection.

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David Tennant

David Tennant (April 18, 1971 Bathgate-) also known as David John McDonald is a British actor and voice actor. He has three children, Olive McDonald, Tyler Moffett and Wilfred Tennant.

Tennant is best known for his portrayal of the tenth incarnation of the Doctor in the British television series "Doctor Who" from 2005 to 2010. He has also appeared in several other successful television shows, including "Broadchurch," "Jessica Jones," and "Good Omens." In addition to his television work, Tennant has starred in several films, such as "Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire," "Fright Night," and "Mary Queen of Scots." He has also lent his voice to several animated films and television shows, most notably as Scrooge McDuck in the 2017 reboot of "DuckTales." Tennant has been recognized for his acting talent with numerous awards, including a National Television Award and a Critics' Choice Television Award. Off-screen, he is known for his charitable work, particularly with the charity organizations Marie Curie and the Teenage Cancer Trust.

Tennant initially pursued a career in acting after completing his studies at the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama. He began his career in theater, performing in a number of plays including "The Resistible Rise of Arturo Ui" and "Look Back in Anger." Tennant's breakthrough role in television was as Casanova in the eponymous series in 2006. He has also received critical acclaim for his stage performances in plays such as "Hamlet," "Don Juan in Soho," and "Richard II."

Tennant is also an accomplished voice actor, having provided voices for characters in popular animated shows such as "Star Wars: The Clone Wars," "How to Train Your Dragon," and "Gravity Falls." He is also the narrator for the popular children's series "The Octonauts." In addition to his acting and voice work, Tennant has also been a guest host on several episodes of the popular British television show "Have I Got News for You."

Tennant is married to actress Georgia Moffett, whom he met on the set of "Doctor Who." They have four children together, including a daughter from Moffett's previous relationship whom Tennant officially adopted. He is also a self-professed fan of "Doctor Who," having grown up watching the show and crediting it with inspiring his love of acting.

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