Abdi Warsame Abdi Warsame is a Somali-American politician and member of the Democratic–Farmer–Labor Party in Minneapolis, Minnesota. After moving to London as a Somali refugee, he immigrated to Minnesota in 2006.
Adam Ant Adam Ant is an English singer and musician. He gained popularity as the lead singer of new wave group Adam and the Ants and later as a solo artist, scoring 10 UK top ten hits from 1980 to 1983, including three UK No. 1 singles.
Adam Brown (actor) Adam Brown is an English actor and comedian. He is best known for playing the dwarf Ori in Peter Jackson's Hobbit trilogy and Cremble in Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales.
Adam Ficek Adam Steven Ficek is an English musician and psychotherapist who performs under the 'Roses Kings Castles' name. He was a songwriter and member of Babyshambles.
Adam Jacot de Boinod Adam Jacot de Boinod is a British author, notable for his works about unusual words. Usually known as Jacot, he has written three books, the first two looking at words which have no equivalent in the English language, and his latest book which reveals unusual words in English.
Alan Carr Alan Graham Carr is an English comedian and television personality.
Alison Goldfrapp Alison Elizabeth Margaret Goldfrapp is an English musician and record producer, best known as the lead vocalist of the electronic music duo Goldfrapp.
Allen Jones (artist) Allen Jones is a British pop artist best known for his paintings, sculptures, and lithography. He was awarded the Prix des Jeunes Artistes at the 1963 Paris Biennale. He is a Senior Academician at the Royal Academy of Arts.
Amelia Troubridge Amelia Troubridge is a British portrait, commercial and documentary photographer.
Anish Kapoor Sir Anish Kapoor, is a British sculptor. Born in Bombay, Kapoor has lived and worked in London since the early 1970s when he moved to study art, first at the Hornsey College of Art and later at the Chelsea School of Art and Design.
Anna Crilly Anna Crilly is an English actress and comedian.
Arabella Weir Arabella Weir is a British comedian, actress and writer.
Ashley Isham Ashley Isham is a fashion designer. He is currently based in London.
Athina Vahla Athina Vahla is a London-based independent artist and teacher. Originally from Greece, having won the Greek National Choreographic Award, she took up residence in London.
Ben Barkow Ben Barkow is the director of the Wiener Library for the Study of the Holocaust and Genocide and a writer.
Bibio Stephen Wilkinson, better known as Bibio, is an English music producer. His music is primarily electronic and experimental in nature. He currently releases music on Warp Records, and previously on Mush Records.
Bill Durodié Professor Bill Durodié is Chair of International Relations at the University of Bath, UK. His inaugural professorial lecture there: The Politics of Risk and Resilience - Fear and Terror in a World without Meaning, was delivered on 29 October 2015.
Bisi Adeleye-Fayemi Bisi Adeleye-Fayemi was born in Liverpool, England on June 11, 1963. She is a feminist activist, writer and thinker. She co-founded the African Women's Development Fund. She is currently Principal Partner, Amandla Consulting, and she runs an online community called Abovewhispers.com.
Blay Whitby Dr Blay Whitby is a philosopher and technology ethicist, specialising in computer science, artificial intelligence and robotics. He is based at the University of Sussex, England.
Buzz Johnson Norris Chrisleventon "Buzz" Johnson, generally known as Buzz Johnson, was a Tobago-born publisher and activist who in the 1970s relocated to England, UK. There he set up a small publishing company called Karia Press, based in east London, producing books relevant to community and race relations...
Canan Tolon Canan Tolon is a Turkish-born artist who now lives and works in Emeryville, California. She has exhibited internationally in Ankara, Istanbul, Kiev, London, Los Angeles, New York, Oakland and San Francisco.
Charlie Gere Charlie Gere is a British academic who is professor of media theory and history at The Lancaster Institute for the Contemporary Arts, The University of Lancaster and previously, director of research at the Institute for Cultural Research at The University of Lancaster.
Charlotte Bellamy Charlotte Bellamy is an English actress. She is known for her long-running role as Laurel Thomas in the ITV soap opera Emmerdale. Her other television roles include Sue in EastEnders and Harriet Potter in The Broker's Man, before joining Emmerdale in 2002.
Chinwe Chukwuogo-Roy Chinwe Ifeoma Chukwuogo-Roy MBE was a visual artist who was born in Awka Anambra state Nigeria, but spent much of her young life in Ikom on the Cameroon border, before moving back to the family home at Umubele in Awka. She lived in Britain since 1975.
Chris Jenkins (film producer) Christopher "Chris" Jenkins is a British effects animator and animation producer who is known for creating the 2007 feature, Surf's Up.
Claire Gordon Claire Gordon was an English film actress and comedienne known for leading and cameo roles in many British films from the late 1950s to the mid-1980s, and for working with most of the television comedy stars of that time.
Clifford Sibusiso Mamba Clifford Sibusiso Mamba is a Swazi diplomat and former Olympic athlete. Mamba competed for Swaziland at the 1984 Summer Olympics in the 100m and 200 m races.
Coco Fusco Coco Fusco is a Cuban-American interdisciplinary artist, writer, and curator whose work has been exhibited and published internationally. Fusco's work explores gender, identity, race, and power through performance, video, interactive installations, and critical writing.
Conrad Leach Conrad Leach is a British artist and custom motorcycle designer.
Dan Renton Skinner Daniel Renton Skinner is an English actor and comedy writer, working in stage, film and television. Skinner often performs as the character Angelos Epithemiou and is a member of the British five-man sketch troupe Dutch Elm Conservatoire.
Dave Snowden David John Snowden is a Welsh management consultant and researcher in the field of knowledge management.
Dave Sturt Dave Sturt is an English bassist and record producer.
David Hepworth David Hepworth is a music journalist, writer and publishing industry analyst who has launched several successful British magazines.
David Worthington (sculptor) David Worthington is a British sculptor in stone and fellow of the Royal British Society of Sculptors. He specialises in kinetic sculptures that members of the public can physically interact with.
Deborah Mollison Deborah Mollison is a British composer and songwriter, who works in both the United Kingdom and the United States.
Debra Bourne Debra Lysette Bourne MBE is a communications expert, psychotherapist and advocate for diversity in fashion. She co-founded All Walks Beyond The Catwalk and was a Fashion Director at Lynne Franks PR and Executive Fashion Editor at Arena Magazine.
Dermot O'Leary Sean Dermot Fintan O'Leary, Jr., better known as Dermot O'Leary, is a British-Irish television presenter for ITV and a radio presenter for BBC Radio 2.
Derval Symes Derval Symes is an Irish artist. Her work is mainly abstract, using oil paint and other mixed media, although there is a strong landscape element to her work.
Dickon Tolson Dickon Tolson is a British actor who started training at the Anna Scher Theatre school when he was 8 years old. Between 1996 and 1998, he appeared as Lee Simms in 12 episodes of Peak Practice.
Dorothy Larcher Dorothy Larcher was an English designer of textiles, known for the printing workshops she shared with Phyllis Barron in Hampstead and Painswick, Gloucestershire.
Ellen Banda-Aaku Ellen Banda-Aaku is a Zambian writer who was born in the UK and grew up in Africa. She was educated at the University of Zambia, where she obtained her BA in Public Administration.
Emmanuel Cooper Emmanuel Cooper OBE was a British studio potter and writer on arts and crafts.
Femi Temowo Femi Temowo is a Nigerian-born British jazz guitarist, musical director, producer and broadcaster described by Time Out magazine as "one of Europe's finest and most sought after guitarists." He was nominated for the Best Jazz Act MOBO Award.
Frances O'Grady Frances Lorraine O'Grady is the General Secretary of the British Trades Union Congress, the first woman to hold that position.
Freema Agyeman Freema Agyeman is an English actress who is known for playing Martha Jones in the BBC science fiction series Doctor Who and its spin-off series Torchwood, and Amanita Caplan in the Netflix science fiction drama Sense8.
Gareth Bennett (politician) Gareth John Bennett is a Welsh politician who has been a UK Independence Party Member of the National Assembly for Wales for South Wales Central since the National Assembly for Wales election, 2016.
George Ashiru George Ashiru is a Nigerian Taekwondo grandmaster and sports leader, and an entrepreneur.
Ghisha Koenig Ghisha Koenig was a British sculptor whose work focused on the work place, especially factories as a hub of human activity.
Gillian Condy Gillian Condy, born 5 December 1952 Nairobi, is a South African botanical artist. She has illustrated more than 200 plates for Flowering Plants of Africa, contributed to various other South African National Botanical Institute publications and 8 plates for Curtis's Botanical Magazine.
Gillian Gear Gillian Carol Gear, BEM, was an English local historian who was archivist of Barnet Museum and helped to ensure the survival of the museum after funding was withdrawn by the London Borough of Barnet.
Gladys Asmah Honourable Gladys Asmah was a Ghanaian politician and entrepreneur. She was a former Minister of Fisheries as well as a member of parliament from Takoradi.
Helen Mirren Dame Helen Lydia Mirren, is an English actor. Mirren began her acting career with the Royal Shakespeare Company in 1967, and is one of the few performers who have achieved the Triple Crown of Acting.
Henry Bond Henry Bond, FHEA is an English writer, photographer, and visual artist. In his Lacan at the Scene, Bond made contributions to theoretical psychoanalysis and forensics.
Iain Lee Iain Lee is an English comedian and broadcaster. His career began when he performed stand-up comedy gigs across venues in London. He subsequently became co-presenter of the comedy current affairs show The 11 O'Clock Show on Channel 4 and '.
Jake Hook Jake Patrick Robert Hook is a British, million-seller songwriter, producer and arranger. Hook signed with EMI, in December 2009, on the strength of the single "Coming Home" by The Soldiers.
Jalal Jamal Majid Bin Thaneya Al Marri Jalal Jamal Majid Bin Thaneya Al Marri is an Emirati activist from Dubai, United Arab Emirates. He is known for his movements and campaigns towards children and adults with special needs for a decade.
James Baxter (animator) James Baxter is a British character animator. He was first known for his work on several Walt Disney Animation Studios films, including various characters in Who Framed Roger Rabbit, Rafiki in The Lion King, Belle in Beauty and the Beast, and Quasimodo in The Hunchback of Notre Dame.
James Currie (birding expert) James Currie is a birding expert, conservation advocate, and host of Nikon's Birding Adventures TV and Nat Geo Wild's Aerial Assassins.
James Heartfield James Heartfield is a British writer and lecturer. He has published widely on international politics and Empire. He wrote The Aborigines' Protection Society, 1837-1909 and An Unpatriotic History of the Second World War.
James Herbert James John Herbert, OBE was an English horror writer. A full-time writer, he also designed his own book covers and publicity. His books have sold 54 million copies worldwide, and have been translated into 34 languages, including Chinese and Russian.
Jane Ray Jane Ray is an English illustrator of more than 70 children's books including some that she has written. She won the 1992 Nestlé Children's Book Prize in the 6- to 8-year-old readers category for the Story of the Creation: Words from Genesis, published by Orchard Books.
Jeremy Till Professor Jeremy Till, born 5 April 1957, is a British architect, educator and writer. He was appointed as Head of Central Saint Martins and Pro Vice-Chancellor of the University of the Arts London in 2012.
J.John John Ioannou, best known as J.John, is an international evangelist and author based in the United Kingdom.
Joanne Yeoh Joanne Yeoh Pei Sze, is a Malaysian violinist and currently a lecturer in music at Universiti Putra Malaysia. Yeoh began playing piano at the age of four and violin at eight. Although classically trained, she also plays in contemporary settings including pop, dance and rap.
Joe Beevers Joseph Charles "Joe" Beevers is an English professional poker player and a member of The Hendon Mob.
Jo Enright Jo Enright is an English stand-up comedian and actress who has appeared in a number of television and radio comedy programmes.
John Diamond (journalist) John Diamond, was a British journalist and broadcaster. He was married to the food writer and TV cook Nigella Lawson from 1992 until his death from cancer in 2001.
John Lundberg John Lundberg is an English artist and documentary filmmaker. His work is concerned with ostension. Underpinning all of his work is an interest in how myth and artifice can shape and alter reality, especially regarding crop circles, UFOlogy, and other examples of urban legends and the paranormal.
John McKenna (sculptor) John McKenna is a British Scottish sculptor born in Manchester. He is based in Turnberry, South Ayrshire, Scotland.
Johnny Vegas Michael Joseph Pennington, known professionally as Johnny Vegas, is an English actor and comedian, known for his angry rants, surreal humour, portly figure and high husky voice.
John Rowan (psychologist) John Rowan is an English author, counselor, psychotherapist and clinical supervisor who has worked in exploring Transpersonal psychology, and has written about the concept of subpersonality.
Jon Nurse Jonathan David "Jon" Nurse is a Barbadian footballer who is currently first-team coach at Metropolitan Police.
JS Clayden JS Clayden is a British singer and songwriter. He is best known as the frontman of the band Pitchshifter. He moved to several towns in the United Kingdom, settling in Nottingham, England for a number of years before emigrating to Los Angeles, California.
Julie Freeman Julie Freeman is an artist whose work spans visual, audio and digital art forms and explores the relationship between science, nature and how humans interact with it.
Juliet Sargeant Juliet Sargeant is a garden designer. She was born in Tanzania but studied garden design at Middlesex University. In 2016, her anti-slavery garden was the first show garden by a female black gardener to be exhibited at the Chelsea Flower Show where it won a gold medal.
Kayode Ajulo Abraham Olukayode "Kayode" Ajulo is a Nigerian lawyer, unionist, lecturer, admnistrator, orator, writer, and rights activist.
Keith Khan Keith Khan, studied Fine Art/ Sculpture at Middlesex University and is an Arts Industry Bureaucrat. who has had an eclectic career in the Arts Scene and co-founded the arts organisation Motiroti in 1996 with Ali Zaidi.
Keith Waters Keith Waters is a British animator who is best known for his work in the field of computer facial animation. He has received international awards from Parigraph, the National Computer Graphics Association and the Computer Animation Film Festival.
Kelvin Okafor Kelvin Okafor is a British artist of Nigerian descent. He lives in Tottenham, London, where he grew up.
Ken Kiff Ken Kiff, RA an internationally known figurative artist, was born in Dagenham and trained at Hornsey School of Art 1955-61.
Kevin Sacre Kevin Sacre-Dallerup is a British actor. He is most famous for his performance as Jake Dean in the British Channel 4 soap opera Hollyoaks, a role he played from 2002 to 2010.
Kimberly Moffit Kimberly Moffit is a Canadian relationship therapist and media personality. She is also a former member of the all-girl pop trio Untamed and a magazine contributor.
Kim Howells Kim Scott Howells is a Welsh Labour Party politician. He was the Member of Parliament for Pontypridd from 1989 to 2010, and held a number of ministerial positions within the Blair and Brown governments.
KK (composer, producer) KK is a British composer, record producer and sound designer, best known for his work as a composer and music producer in the field of contemporary/pop music. His past work includes collaborations with Brian Eno, Björk, James, Dido, Natalie Imbruglia and Mediaeval Baebes.
Kuljit Bhamra Kuljit Bhamra MBE Hon DMus is a British composer, record producer and musician whose main instrument is the tabla. He is best known as one of the record producers who pioneered the British Bhangra sound and for his many collaborations with musicians from different genres and continents.
Kwame Addo-Kufuor Doctor Kwame Addo-Kufuor is a Ghanaian politician and physician. Addo-Kufuor is a member of parliament from Manhyia, and from 2001 to 2007 he was the Minister for Defense under President John Kufuor, his brother. Between June 2008 and 2009, he was Minister for Interior.
Lady Sarah Chatto Lady Sarah Frances Elizabeth Chatto is the only daughter of Princess Margaret and Antony Armstrong-Jones, 1st Earl of Snowdon. She is a niece of Queen Elizabeth II and the youngest grandchild of King George VI and Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother.
Langlands & Bell Langlands & Bell are two artists who work collaboratively. Ben Langlands and Nikki Bell, began collaborating in 1978, while studying Fine Art at Middlesex Polytechnic in North London, from 1977 to 1980.
Laura Hird Laura Hird is a Scottish novelist and short story writer.
Lorraine Gamman Lorraine Patricia Gamman is professor of design at the Design Against Crime Research Centre at Central Saint Martins in the University of the Arts, London.
Louise Lear Louise Lear, is a BBC Weather presenter, appearing on BBC News, BBC World News, BBC Red Button and BBC Radio. She is also a regular forecaster on the BBC News at Six and was previously a weekend presenter on BBC Breakfast.
Lutalo Muhammad Lutalo Muhammad is a British taekwondo athlete who represented Great Britain at the 2012 Summer Olympics, winning a bronze medal, and the 2016 Summer Olympics, winning a silver medal. He won the Gold medal in the −87 kg class at the 2012 European Taekwondo Championships.
Mahnoosh Motamedi Azari Mahnoosh Motamedi Azari is an Iranian engineer and conservative politician. She served a Tehran councilor from 2003 to 2007 and is a lecturer at K. N. Toosi University of Technology.
Marina and the Diamonds Marina Lambrini Diamandis, known professionally as Marina and the Diamonds, is a Welsh singer-songwriter. Diamandis has described herself as an "indie artist with pop goals" and often analyses components of human behavior in her music. She is additionally known for her unconventional fashion styles.
Mario Petrucci Mario Petrucci is a poet, educator and broadcaster. He was born in Lambeth, London and trained as a physicist at Selwyn College in the University of Cambridge and later completed a PhD in vacuum crystal growth at University College London.
Martin Booth Martin Booth was a prolific British novelist and poet. He also worked as a teacher and screenwriter, and was the founder of the Sceptre Press.
Matthew Marsden Matthew Marsden is an English actor, producer, singer and model. He has appeared in films such as Helen of Troy, Tamara, Resident Evil: Extinction, Rambo, and Atlas Shrugged.
Mavin Khoo Mavin Khoo is Malaysian dancer of the Indian classical dance form, Bharata Natyam.
Mazhar Majeed Mazhar Majeed is a British sporting agent and bookmaker who came under police investigation in 2010 following reports of cricket 'match fixing' after a News of the World sting operation.
Melanie Onn Melanie Onn is a British Labour Party politician who was elected as the Member of Parliament for Great Grimsby in May 2015 and currently serves as a Shadow Housing Minister. She previously served as Shadow Deputy Leader of the House of Commons from September 2015 to June 2016.
Michael J. Parlett Michael J. Parlett is an English jazz saxophonist producer and radio host.
Michael Lyons (BBC chairman) Sir Michael Thomas Lyons, is the non-executive chairman of the English Cities Fund and Participle Ltd; he is a former Chairman of the BBC Trust.
Michael Petry Michael Petry is an American multi-media artist and author who lives and works in London. He is director of MOCA, London, and co-founder of the Museum of Installation, also in London.
Mike Figgis Michael "Mike" Figgis is an English film director, screenwriter, and composer. He was nominated for two Academy Awards for his work in Leaving Las Vegas.
Mike Gapes Michael John Gapes is a British Labour Co-operative politician who has been the Member of Parliament for Ilford South since the 1992 general election.
Mike Summers Michael Victor Summers OBE is a Falkland Islands politician who has served as a Member of the Legislative Assembly for the Stanley constituency since he won a by-election in 2011. He was previously a Member of the Legislative Council from 1996–2009.
Milton Jones Milton Hywel Jones is an English comedian. His style of humour is based on one-liners involving puns delivered in a deadpan and slightly neurotic style. Jones has had various shows on BBC Radio 4 and is a recurring guest panellist on Mock the Week.
Mina Smallman Wilhelmina Tokcumboh "Mina" Smallman is a British Anglican priest and former school teacher. Since September 2013, she has served as the Archdeacon of Southend in the Diocese of Chelmsford.
Miranda Hennessy Miranda Hennessy is a British stage and film actress. In 2014, she starred in Pramface and Siblings.
Mohamed Al-Amin Mohamed Al-Hadi Mohamed Al-Amin Mohamed Al-Hadi was born in Brava or Barawa on 23 May 1967. He is a member of the Somali Parliament and Director and founder of Alshahid Centre for Research and Media Studies.
Monica Ali Monica Ali is a Bangladeshi-born British writer and novelist. In 2003, she was selected as one of the "Best of Young British Novelists" by Granta magazine based on her unpublished manuscript; her debut novel, Brick Lane, was published later that year. It was shortlisted for the Man Booker Prize.
Montell Douglas Montell Marcelle Douglas is a British sprinter and former British record holder for the 100 metres at 11.05 seconds.
Nadia Hashem Nadia Mohammad Hashem is a Jordanian journalist and politician who served as minister of state for women's affairs from May 2012 to October 2012. She was the first woman state minister for women's affairs of Jordan.
Nadine Lewington Nadine Lewington is an English actress, most notable for her role as Dr Young on Holby City.
Naser Mestarihi Naser Mestarihi is a Qatari singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist who is based out of Doha, Qatar and Dubai, United Arab Emirates. Naser is the first rock musician to ever officially release a rock album out of Qatar, the Naser Mestarihi EP. He released his second album 1987 on 17 June 2013.
Neil Daniels Neil Daniels is a freelance British writer specialising in rock and heavy metal. Educated at Middlesex University, where he obtained a BA Honours degree in Film Studies, he has written books on Judas Priest, Robert Plant, Bon Jovi, Linkin Park and ZZ Top.
Neil Grainger Neil Grainger is an English actor and comedian. Appearing in television and theatre, Grainger first rose to prominence after appearing as a main character in the soap opera Crossroads. As well as acting, Grainger performs stand-up comedy and co-runs a comedy club in London.
Neville Brody Neville Brody is an English graphic designer, typographer and art director.
Nicholas Blincoe Nicholas Blincoe is an English author, critic and screenwriter. He is the author of six novels, Acid Casuals, Jello Salad, Manchester Slingback, The Dope Priest, White Mice, Burning Paris.
Nick Harvey Sir Nicholas Barton Harvey is a British Liberal Democrat politician.
Nick Leeson Nicholas William "Nick" Leeson is a former derivatives broker whose fraudulent, unauthorised speculative trading caused the spectacular collapse of Barings Bank, the United Kingdom's oldest merchant bank, for which he was sentenced to prison.
Nigel Travis Nigel Travis has been the CEO of Dunkin' Brands Group since January 2009. Mr. Travis has served the Board at numerous other organizations such as, Papa John's International, Blockbuster among others.
Nina Power Nina Power is a cultural critic, social theorist, philosopher and translator.
Nuwa Wamala Nnyanzi Nuwa Wamala Nnyanzi, commonly known as Nuwa Nnyanzi, is a multi-media visual artist in Uganda. He is the founder, owner, and chief executive officer of the Nnyanzi Art Studio in Kampala, Uganda's capital city.
Oliver Mason Oliver Mason is a British actor and voiceover artist. He began acting with The Guildhall School of Music and Drama aged six in his hometown of Norwich.
Özlem Türköne Özlem Piltanoğlu Türköne is a Turkish columnist and politician of the Justice and Development Party. She was a member of the Grand National Assembly of Turkey and a member of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe between 2007 and 2011.
Paul Carr (musician) Paul Carr is an English guitarist who first emerged during the mid to late 1980s as a member of the James Taylor Quartet. Prior to this he worked as a London-based freelance musician, mainly on the London jazz scene.
Peace Hyde Peace Hyde is a British Ghanaian TV personality and media entrepreneur. Hyde is originally from the United Kingdom, where she practiced as an education specialist with six years' of experience within the formal education sector. During this time, she ultimately rose to a senior management level.
Peter Mullen Peter Mullen is a British clergyman ordained in the Church of England. He is the former Rector of St Michael, Cornhill and St Sepulchre-without-Newgate in the City of London.
Peter Polycarpou Peter Polycarpou is a Greek Cypriot-British stage and TV and film actor, best known for playing Chris Theodopolopodous in the television comedy series Birds of a Feather.
Petra Massey Petra Massey is a British actress, and a physical theatre performer in stage, film and television.
Philippa Perry Philippa Perry is a British psychotherapist and the author of the graphic novel, Couch Fiction; a graphic tale of psychotherapy, and How to Stay Sane.
Ralph Alabi Raphael Adeola Alabi OON, Fellow of NSE was a Nigerian engineer and industrialist. He hailed from the City of Akure, Ondo State, and he was the first indigenous engineer in post colonial Nigeria to become a 'Chief Engineer' at Guinness, Nigeria.
Ram Herstein Ram Herstein is an Israeli Professor and Researcher in Marketing and Branding. He is Vice Dean of the Business School at the College of Law & Business, Ramat Gan, Israel. His book Managing Brands was the first book to be published in Israel, in Hebrew, in the realm of Brand Marketing.
Ranald Munro Major-General Ranald Torquil Ian Munro, CBE, TD, VR is the General Counsel for Lombard International Assurance, a leading global life insurance-based wealth solutions provider, as well as the most senior serving reservist in the Ministry of Defence and is currently serving as the Assistant Chief...
Ray Davies Sir Raymond Douglas Davies, is an English musician. He was the lead singer, rhythm guitarist and main songwriter for the Kinks, which he led with his younger brother, Dave. He has also acted, directed and produced shows for theatre and television.
Ray Lewis (youth worker) Ray Lewis, is a Guyana-born youth worker in the United Kingdom and a former Deputy Mayor of London.
Richard Caldicott Richard Caldicott is an interdisciplinary artist who lives and works in London, England.
Richard Dinnick Richard Dinnick is a British screenwriter, novelist, comic book writer and audio playwright.
Rob Spendlove Rob Spendlove is a British actor best known for his roles on British television.
Roger Glover Roger David Glover is a British bassist, songwriter, and record producer. He is best known as the bassist for hard rock bands Deep Purple and Rainbow. Glover wrote the guitar riff on "Maybe I'm a Leo". As a member of Deep Purple, Glover was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in April 2016.
Ross Renton Ross Alexander Renton is an educationalist. He was a leading figure in student politics until July 2004. He was previously a Director of Endsleigh Insurance Ltd. and chair of NUS Services Ltd.
Rupert Hill Rupert Sinclair Hill is an English actor known for several former roles in UK soap operas.
Russell Kane Russell Kane is an English writer, comedian, and actor.
Ruth England Ruth England is a British television presenter and actress. From 2010 - 2012, she starred in the Discovery Channel show Man, Woman, Wild with her husband Mykel Hawke, a former US Army Special Forces officer.
Ruth Ojadi Ruth O. Ojadi is a British singer-songwriter who appeared in BBC's documentary, Tourettes: I Swear I Can Sing. She attended Middlesex University in 2006 but dropped out after two years due to her Tourette syndrome. She also appeared in the Channel 4 show The Undateables and is Bisexual.
Sadie Coles Sadie Judith Coles is a British art dealer, the owner of Sadie Coles HQ, a contemporary art gallery in London, that has been at the forefront of the Young British Artists movement.
Serita Solomon Serita Solomon is a British track and field athlete competing in the hurdles. She was the bronze medallist in the 60 metres hurdles at the European Athletics Indoor Championships in 2015.
Shakeel Shabbir Shakeel Shabbir Ahmed is a Kenyan politician. He belongs to the Orange Democratic Movement and was elected to represent the Kisumu Town East Constituency in the National Assembly of Kenya since the Kenyan parliamentary election, 2007.
Simeon Williamson Simeon Oscar Williamson is an English sprinter and bobsledder who specialises in the 100 metres. Williamson, a London native, is the second cousin to 2008 Beijing Olympics silver medalist British high jumper Germaine Mason. He is coached by Lloyd Cowan, and his athletics club is Highgate Harriers.
Slash Coleman Slash Coleman is an American storyteller, producer, and writer who lives in New York City.
Sophie Lascelles Sophie Amber Pearce is an English photographer, and a relative of the current British Royal Family.
Stephen Jordan (writer) Stephen Jordan is an English science fiction, fantasy, horror and comedy writer, playwright and director.
Stephen Sizer Stephen Robert Sizer is the former vicar of the Anglican parish of Christ Church, Virginia Water, in Surrey, England. Sizer is known for his opposition to Christian Zionism, which is the basis of his 2004 PhD thesis and the focus of his published works.
Steve Sinnott Steve Sinnott was the General Secretary of the National Union of Teachers from 2004 until his death in 2008.
Sue Gee Sue Gee is a British novelist. She is published by Headline Review and by Salt. The Hours of the Night was the controversial winner of the Romantic Novel of the Year award in 1997. The Mysteries of Glass was long listed for the Orange Prize for Fiction in 2005.
Sue Sanders Sue Sanders Emeritus Professor Harvey Milk Institute 2015 is, an "out and proud" lesbian, a British LGBT rights activist who has specialized in challenging oppression in the public and voluntary sectors for over forty years.
Sunera Thobani Dr. Sunera Thobani is a feminist sociologist, academic, and activist. Her research interests include critical race theory, postcolonial feminism, anti-imperialism, Islamophobia, Indigeneity, and the War on Terror.
Suzannah Olivier Suzannah Endfield Olivier is an author, journalist, and nutritionist.
Tharik Hussain Tharik Hussain is a Bangladeshi-born British freelance travel writer journalist and broadcaster who specialises in Muslim stories of the West.
The Holloways The Holloways were an English four-piece indie rock band from North London. Their single "Generator" reached number 14 in the UK Singles Chart on 11 June 2007. They had five No.1 singles on the UK Indie Chart and several Top 40 singles.
Tim Campbell (businessman) Timothy "Tim" Campbell, MBE is an English businessman best known as the winner of the first series of the British version of The Apprentice, a BBC TV reality show in which contestants battle to win a £100,000-a-year job working for businessman Alan Sugar.
Tom Nairn Tom Nairn is a Scottish political theorist and academic. He is an Honorary Research Fellow in the School of Government and International Affairs at Durham University. He is known as an essayist and a scholar of nationalism.
Tony Okungbowa Anthony "Tony" Victor Okungbowa is a British born-American actor, film producer, and disc jockey. He was the resident DJ for The Ellen DeGeneres Show from 2003–2006 and again from 2008–2013 when he was replaced by Stephen "tWitch" Boss. He returned as a guest on 28 April 2014.
Tony Richards (author) Tony Richards is a dark fantasy or horror author. He was born in 1956 in Greenford, England, and educated at University College School, Hampstead, before going on to study law at Middlesex University.
Tunku Nadzaruddin Dato' Sri Tunku Nadzaruddin ibni Almarhum Tuanku Ja'afar al-Haj is the third son of late Tuanku Jaafar of Negeri Sembilan.
Tunku Putra Nazaruddin Yang Amat Mulia Dato' Sri Tunku Nadzaruddin ibni al-Marhum Tuanku Ja'afar al-Haj, Tunku Panglima Besar. is the third son of late Sultan Jaafar of Negeri Sembilan.
Venkat Prabhu Venkat Kumar Gangai Amaren, better known by his stage name Venkat Prabhu, is an Indian filmmaker, who has worked as an actor, director and playback singer in the Tamil film industry.
Vic Reeves James Roderick "Jim" Moir, better known by the stage name Vic Reeves, is an English comedian, artist, actor and television presenter, best known for his double act with Bob Mortimer. He is known for his surreal and non sequitur sense of humour.
Victoria Stilwell Victoria Stilwell is an English dog trainer, author and television presenter. Stilwell served as a judge on the CBS show Greatest American Dog and presents the Animal Planet dog training TV show It's Me or the Dog, counselling families with problem pets and solving their dogs' behaviour problems.
Vivienne Westwood Dame Vivienne Isabel Westwood is a British fashion designer and businesswoman, largely responsible for bringing modern punk and new wave fashions into the mainstream. She is an example of a modern-day female impresario.
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