Lionel Logue (Speech therapist), from Australia, had his practice at No.146. He helped King George VI overcome his stammer with lessons here. There is a Green Plaque. Logue's grandson Mark wrote "The King's Speech: How One Man Saved the British Monarchy", about his grandfather's relationship with the king, and this story was later made into a movie, "The King's Speech", staring Geoffrey Rush and Colin Firth.
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