Lead singer and composer with 'Waterfront', achieved number one hit with song 'Cry' in USA 1989. Won award for most performed pop song in USA in 1989.
His one man dance performance show 'The Hotstepper' performed at the Sydney opera house.
Won first prize in the Urdd Genedlaethol.
World Angling Champion 1987, World Angling Championship runner up (silver medal) 1986, Captain Welsh Angling Championship Team 1989
Clive Sullivan played rugby league for Hull K. R. and Hull F. C, he also played for Great Britain and was the first black captain for Great Britain. Clive passed away in 1985 aged just 42 from cancer.
Record holder 110m hurdles.
Long association with RSC.
Author of numerous books of poetry, novels and plays.
Danny successfully played rugby league 'up north'.
Gained fame with the 'Rock Pile', their biggest hit was 'I hear you knocking'.
His 'A Thousand Paths' books which have sold over seven million copies worldwide, winning Celtic Film Festival 1982 with Oscar nominee Paul Turner. His grandfather was president Welsh A. B. A and nephew to Tesse O'Shea.
Writing modern history books.
Football Player (Soccer). Played for Cardiff, Wrexham, Crystal Palace and others.
At the 1912 Stockholm summer Olympics, he won a gold medal as the first leg of in the 4x100m British team.
Troubador of the unknown ep- available on the Peski label.
The Chrestomanci series and the novels howl's moving castle and dark lord of derkholm.
The role of 'Britt' in Pobol y Cwm (and for winning two Bafta Cymru awards for Best Actress. )
Singer and songwriter, Classically trained at the Welsh College of Music and Drama. Relatively unknown in the UK, she has been very successful in the US. Her 1996 song 'I Love You Always Forever' was a world wide success, gaining the number 1 position in many countries. In the USA the song re-wrote the record books at radio, by exceeding one million 'spins', claiming its place in music industry history as the most-played single ever, at the time.
MTV host and numerous other presenting roles, as well as some movies.
Driscoll Peerless Jim
'Peerless' Jim was the first ever boxer to win the 'Londsdale Belt' outright, having successfully defended his world featherweight title three times in a row.