Terence Steven McQueen was an American actor. Steve McQueen was called "The King of Cool", and his antihero persona developed at the height of the counterculture of the 1960s made him a top box-office draw of the 1960s and 1970s. McQueen received an Academy Award nomination for his role in The Sand Pebbles.
The Singing superstar, who was knighted in 1998, an order restricted to a maximum 65 members, for services to music and charity.Roger Taylor of Queen becomes an OBE
Another familiar face on TV, Gabby Logan , becomes an MBE for services to sports broadcasting and promoting women's sport.
Female sporting success is also celebrated with an OBE for World Taekwondo champion Jade Jones , and MBEs for netballers Serena Guthrie and Joanne Harten , and footballers Jill Scott of England and Loren Dykes of Wales.
In politics there are knighthoods for former Conservative Party leader Iain Duncan Smith and fellow Tory MP Robert Neil. Diana Johnson , Labour MP for Hull North, becomes a dame for charitable and political service.The honours system
Commonly awarded ranks:
Newton-John's damehood is for services to music, cancer research and charity. The Cambridge-born star, who moved to Australia as a child, achieved global fame in the 1978 film Grease. After being diagnosed with breast cancer, she became a campaigner and in 2012 Set Up a cancer centre near Melbourne.Iain Duncan Smith is knighted and Diana Johnson becomes a dame
The Other damehoods include author Rose Tremain ; former Director of Public Prosecutions Alison Saunders ; social justice campaigner Julia Unwin; FA director of Women's football Susan Campbell, and Floella Benjamin , the TV presenter turned Lib Dem peer, who is recognised for services to charity.Getty ImagesNew Year Honours 2020
72%Given for Work in the community
9. 1% BAME background
941OBEs, MBEs and BEMS
156Dames, Knights, CBEs, Companions of HonourSource: Cabinet Office
Overall, 1,097 people are on the with 51% being women. The has announced 100 honours, and separate lists cover gallantry awards for police, ambulance and fire staff and
Other sporting honours include OBEs for horse racing trainers Nicky Henderson and Paul Nicholls , and MBEs for ex-Northern Ireland footballer Aaron Hughes , and Rose Reilly, who played for Scotland and Italy in the 1970S .
from Co Antrim, who won gold in Beijing, London and Rio is made an MBE.
MBEs also go to golfer captain of Europe's Solheim Cup winning squad; former squash world Number One Laura Massaro ; ex-England cricketer Alan Knott ; and British Gymnastics chief executive Jane Allen , and Olympic heptathlete Kelly Sotherton .Serena Guthrie and Joanne Harten become MBEs Catriona Matthew - pictured with the Solheim Cup - has been made an OBE
From business, there is a damehood for Sharon White , chief executive of telecoms watchdog Ofcom. She is to become The First female chair of the John Lewis store group. Donna Langley , who chairs Hollywood film studio Universal, is also made a dame.
There are OBEs for fashion designer David Nieper, and Thomas and Ruth Chapman, who founded clothes retailer Matches. Television presenter Gok Wan is appointed an MBE for services to fashion and social Awareness .Nadiya Hussain , who becomes an MBE, made a cake for The Queen 's 90th birthday in 2016
EastEnders star Rudolph Walker becomes a CBE, in recognition of his foundation helping disadvantaged children become actors. Ex-Coronation Street actor Derek Griffiths is made an MBE for services to drama and diversity.Cellist Sheku Kanneh-Mason is among the youngest recipients of an honour
in 2018 becomes an MBE.
The MBEs for Scotland-based film-maker Gordon Buchanan , who shot Planet Earth II, and naturalist and television presenter Steve Backshall recognise their conservation efforts. Elsewhere, Prof Duncan Wingham, from University College London, is knighted for services to climate science, and Oxford University's Prof Sarah Whatmore , becomes a dame for her environmental policy Work .
Wine writer and broadcaster Oz Clarke is made an OBE.
TV presenter June Sarpong , who this year was appointed director of creative diversity at the BBC, becomes an OBE for services to broadcasting, and BBC senior news controller Sarah Ward-Lilley an MBE for services to Journalism .Midwife Nicolette Peel become an MBE
More Than 20 teachers are on The List . Caroline Allen, ex-head of The Orchard Hill College and Academy Trust schools for students with special needs in The South East, becomes a dame. Kalwant Bhopal , professor of education and social justice at the University of Birmingham becomes an MBE for services to race equality in education.
Twelve nurses and five midwives are on The List including Nicolette Peel, from Derbyshire, who has been made an MBE for supporting pregnant women affected by cancer.
Prof Lesley Regan, president of The Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists and author of A Number of books on pregnancy, is made a dame for services to women's healthcare. University of Sussex Prof Alan Lehmann, becomes a CBE after his research into rare genetic conditions, andCalendar girls
Some 72% of recipients are being recognised for Work in their community.Harry Billinge has been raising money for a memorial to his fallen D-Day comrades
And six-months after attending the D-Day landing 75th anniversary commemorations in Normandy, for services to charity after raising More Than £10,000 towards a national memorial for his fallen comrades.
who came up with the concept of "chat benches" where people can have conversations to combat loneliness, becomes an MBE.
An MBE goes to Mete Coban, co-founder of the My Life My Say charity, for promoting youth engagement in democracy.