Stage and Screen
From upcoming film stars and Oscar-winners to screen sirens, veteran broadcasters and theatrical dames, Debrett's has picked a selection of representatives from the world of stage and screen.
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Returning to the RSC with Sir Anthony Sher in a spell-binding production of Arthur Miller's Death Of A Salesman, Harriet Walter remains a brilliant, engmatic theatrical presence.
From government to Gallifrey, Malcolm Tucker to The Doctor. Peter Capaldi continues to take Doctor Who's audience for a flight of the imagination every week - though millions remember him as the foul-mouthed enforcer of the BBC's The Thick Of It...
After setting his seal on the role of Thomas Cromwell, in the TV adaptation of Hilary Mantel's Wolf Hall, Mark Rylance wowed audiences at the Sam Wanamaker PLayhouse early in 2015 with his performance in Farinlli and the King.
She may have left James Bond behind, after seven definitive performances as M, but Dame Judi has no intention of retiring. She opens Kenneth Branagh's Garrick residency in October 2015, starring in The Winter's Tale.
Fresh from his live-action film of Cinderella, the great Shakespearean will be running a year of theatre in London's Garrick Theatre from autumn 2015, attracting stars of stage and screeen to perform in plays by John Osborne, Terence Rattigan, Francis Veber and, of course, the Bard himself.
Awarded a BAFTA Fellowship in 2015, Jon Snow is the longest-serving news anchor on Channel 4 News, and unafraid of press and public alike in getting to the truth.
Caitlin Moran is a feminist trailblazer, from her bestselling How To Be A Woman in 2011, to her three weekly columns in The Times, as well as her huge following on Twitter.