Nerys Hughes Many TV appearances, including 'District Nurse' and the 1970's BBC hit TV series 'The Liver Birds'.
Nicky Monroe Wrestler, Ladies World Champion.
Paul Burrell Princess Diana's loyal butler, acquitted of charges of theft of her possessions after her death.
Pete Drummond DJ with the pirate station Radio London from September 1966 until it closed on the 14th of August 1967. He continued his career with BBC Radio 1 from 1967 through to 1991.
Robbie Savage Football (Soccer) player. Welsh International and Leicester City FC.
Roland George Original one off stone and wood sculpture works.
Rosemarie Frankland In 1961 she became the first British woman to win the coveted 'Miss World' title.
Russel Crowe Various movies including an Oscar for Gladiator
Ruth Ellis, historical personality with a connection to Wales (Denbigh, Rhyl, North Wales, Denbighshir)
Ruth Ellis She was the last woman to receive the death penalty in Britain and was hanged on 13th July 1955.
Samuel Ellis Established 'Ellis Island', which up until the late 1800's was the checkpoint at which all immigrants entering the USA had to pass through.
Sara Sugarman She is a hollywood movie director and actress her work includes Disney's 'Confessions of a teenage drama queen', and 'Very Annie Mary'. She has also starred in the movies 'Dealers' and 'Those glory glory days'.
Sara Sugerman Started in BBC's 'Grange Hill', now a Hollywood film director and producer.
Sasha World famous DJ and musician.
Sion Hughes Chief executive of 'Cyfle'.
Sir Charles Evans Second in command of the Everest expedition of 1953. Was in fact the first choice for accent to the summit but was defeated by bad weather. Had he done so, he would have achieved all the fame that Edmund Hillary received. In 1955 he led the Khan Chen Junga...
Sir William Preece William Henry Preece was an electrical engineer who was a major figure in the development and introduction of wireless telegraphy and the telephone in Great Britain.
Steve Watkin Football (Soccer) player famous for scoring the first of two goals for Wrexham that knocked Arsenal out of the FA Cup in 1992.
Steven Moore Welsh international rugby player.
Terry Hennessey Football (Soccer) player. Received thirty-nine caps playing for the Welsh International team from 1962 to 1972. He then went on to captain the team.
Tim Vincent Many UK TV appearances including 'Children's Ward', 'Blue Peter', 'Emmerdale' and 'Dangerfield'.