Famous for: Being the woman Dirty Den crossed one too many times
Having become a household name when her EastEnders character did away with Albert Square's dastardly Den, Tracy-Ann Oberman hasn't stopped working since. Despite four years with the Royal Shakespeare Company and appearances in TV comedies such as Big Train and Marion and Geoff it was her role in the award-winning soap which really put her on the UK TV map. More recently she's been pitting her wits against Doctor Who and romancing a younger man in post office drama Sorted. Other more eclectic appearances include Celebrity Mastermind, for which her specialist subject was the Imperial Roman Family.