Featured in films like 'The Englishman Who Went Up A Hill' and 'Darklands' and TV work includes 'Mind To Kill', 'Nice Girl', 'Bomber' and 'Pobol Y Cwm'
Many film appearances including 'The Fantastic Four', 'Titanic', '102 Dalmatians' and on TV as 'Horatio Hornblower'.
World War One air fighter ace. Known as Ira 'Taffy' Jones. D. S. O. , M. C. , D. F. C. And Bar, M. M. Author of an air-fighter's scrapbook (1938) 'Tiger Squadron' (1954) a history of RAF 74 (tiger) squadron.
Winning Olympic gold medal for 4x100m free-style in Stockholm Olympics 1912.
Writing books about the Swansea and Gower area.
Football (Soccer) player of note gained sixty-eight caps!
Ivor Atkins (Sir)
Ivor graduated from Oxford University in 1892 with a bachelor of music degree. He was choirmaster and organist at Worchester Cathedral for over fifty years. In 1921 he was knighted for his services to music.
Singer and actor of note.
Renowned composer, one of the music industry's top awards is even named after him!
Harmonica player, 'Larry Adler Cup' winner three times. Composer and record. Writing for Tom Jones, Dickie Valentine and others.
From the massively successful Welsh band 'Manic Street Preachers'.
British Prime Minister of the 1970's.
Assisting Dr Price and Myfyr Morganng in their literary work.
Son of Evan James, wrote the music of the Welsh National Anthem.
Well known baritone singer, performing a lot in the USA.
Top ten UK chart hit 'Two People'.
Presenter for the clothes show and famous clothes designer.
Breakthrough album: 'Finally Woken' on ATO records.
BBC-TV Middle East reporter and highly respected journalist.
He became a major league baseball player for the New York Highlanders in 1909 at the age of twenty-eight. Two years later he was traded to the St. Louis Browns thus beginning a thirty year career with them as a player and coach.