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Vulcan High Council

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From Fandom: The Vulcan High Command was the most powerful governmental body on Vulcan during the early 22nd century, and its de facto military government. The High Command was responsible for overseeing Vulcan military forces and civilian organizations, as well as Vulcan's space fleet, diplomatic missions, and scientific research.

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Vulcan High Council

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Spock's mother

Amanda Grayson, 2210 - 2258, mother to Ambassador Spock, lived here. Vulcan H...

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Charlie Chaplin

Charlie Chaplin

Born Charles Spencer Chaplin in East Street, Walworth (possibly, see Londonist). Comic actor, composer, director and producer.  Born into a music hall family. He joined a troupe of child dancers, '...

Person, Cinema, Seriously Famous, Switzerland, USA

12 memorials
Sid James

Sid James

Comedy actor.  Born in Johannesburg (on Hancock Street), South Africa, to a pair of British music hall performers and brought up in both South Africa and England.  Worked as a diamond sorter and th...

Person, Cinema, Humour, TV & Radio, South Africa

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Reg Varney

Reg Varney

Actor. Born Reginald Alfred Varney in Canning Town. He appeared in the television series, 'The Rag Trade' and also the highly popular 'On the Buses', the latter of which produced three spin-off fil...

Person, Cinema, TV & Radio

1 memorial
Shirley Anne Field

Shirley Anne Field

Actor. Born Shirley Broomfield in Bolton, Lancashire. She started her career as a glamour model. Laurence Olivier chose her to play the prime female role in the film 'The Entertainer' and she also ...

Person, Cinema, Theatre, TV & Radio

1 memorial
Dame Barbara Windsor

Dame Barbara Windsor

Actor. Born Barabara Ann Deeks in Shoreditch. She made her west end debut in 1952, before joining Joan Littlewood's Theatre Workshop. In the cinema she was a regular in the 'Carry On' series, appea...

Person, Cinema, Seriously Famous, Theatre, TV & Radio

3 memorials