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However, Courtenay's greatest service to Hull is possibly convincing Hollywood actor Omar Sharif to support its football club while both men were on the set of Dr Zhivago in the Sixties. Upon receiving an honorary degree from Hull University in 2010, Sharif explained that Courtenay "kept telling me about Hull City Football Club" and he "began to idolise the team".

Lipman is another actor who was born in Hull and grew up in a "small, three-bedroomed terraced house in Northfield Road.

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Although he moved to London in the early Eighties to pursue a television career, Hull was where he admitted he honed his skills as a director and writer by ventures such as writing and staging his own philosophical musical in his final year.

In 2008, the university built The Anthony Minghella Studio, which was opened by Alan Plater, another Hull-based playwright.

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It may be because of the actions of the fans if they get too rowdy about it, or they just don't like the pairing involved, have intended the pairing to die for dramatic effect, or have simply decided on an alternative set of partners for those characters.

Whatever the reason, the creator loads torpedoes to send the ship to Davy Jones' Locker.

The very same address was later inhabited by folk singer and guitarist Martin Carthy and his wife Norma Waterson, whose family had a folk club and pub in Hull.

Waterson, along with her sister Lal, brother Mike and cousin John Harrison formed The Watersons, a key band in Hull's undergound but vibrant Sixties folk scene.