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American recording artist, film composer, songwriter and producer 1978-
And my favourite new songwriter is Joe Banfi from Sheffield. He's dark, edgy, serene and beautiful.
Carol Ann Duffy
British poet and playwright 1955-
Edinburgh is my favourite city. We'll be doing a lot of children's theatre and galleries.
Danish architect and designer 1902-1971
I have no philosophy, my favourite thing is sitting in the studio.
American actress 1978-
I'd have loved to have appeared in 'Absolutely Fabulous' - that's one of my favourite shows.
American actress 1978-
I've managed to get some beautiful bags. I have a great collection, and so does my mother. My favourite is a purple one by Gucci, which I take everywhere!
South Korean actress and photographer 1979-
If my favourite director gives me a role that is very sparkly? A very brilliant character? I'll do it.
Welsh singer 1951-
My father used to tape 'Top of the Pops' for me every Sunday, and I would sit in my bedroom, write down the lyrics of all of my favourite songs, and sing along. I was always singing in my bedroom with a hairbrush.
Australian physician, Nobel Prize Laureate in Physiology 1951-
My favourite book as a child was an old 'Newne's Children's Encyclopaedia' which my grandfather had bought just before World War II and donated to our family after seeing how interested we were in it. Each volume had special chapters called 'Things Boys can Do.' My brothers and I would pick out interesting projects.
Australian athlete 1938-2017
My favourite event was the 200m, so as I won the 100m, I thought it was possible I'd win the 200m.
Indian actor 1959-
Sometime you go out and you wonder why these people are standing in the rain, and then you realize that years ago you were a fan, too. I, too, was chased by cops for watching my favourite celebrities.
There are a lot of kicks out there in taekwondo that are flashy, so I like all of those. My favourite is probably chop because I'm better at it than the others. But I like a good back kick if I can nail it well.
English American author 1954-
To create a character who really interests you, try combining aspects of your favourite fictional character with a real person.
Andrew Lloyd Webber
English composer and impresario 1948-
Well the least favourite question is the one that one's asked particularly about in Japan is what's the difference between theatre and cinema and I think, well, that's about eighty bucks.
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