Drummer with several bands including 'Manfred Mann's Earth Band', 'Uriah Heap', 'AC/DC'. Began with Tom Jones in the 1960's.
Child prodigy guitarist. Worked with Bonnie Tyler, Paul Gilbert, Kula Shaker, Christian Mills, Kevin Kendrick, Cameo Band, Dirty Fingers (Swansea).
Won first prize in the Urdd Genedlaethol.
He was commissioned by King George V to paint the investiture of Edward, Prince of Wales at Caernarfon Castle. He painted portraits of the Rt. Hon. Lloyd George and Sir John Rhys. During WW1 he painted the Welsh charge at Mametz Wood, it now hangs in the National Museum of Wales.
Footballer (Soccer) capped fifty-eight times for Wales. Welsh wizard, played for Tottenham Hotspur in the glory days of the 1960's
Famous rugby player. Later BBC TV commentator and executive.
World Angling Champion 1987, World Angling Championship runner up (silver medal) 1986, Captain Welsh Angling Championship Team 1989
Winner of Nobel prize for Economics.
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.
Boxer of note. Defeated Kirkland Laing tp become the British Champion and went on to beat Mark Harris for the Commonwealth title too. He later went up against Henrik-Palm for the European Welterweight Championship, a match lasting just two rounds. Could have taken the World title but for a split descision from the judges!
Long association with RSC.
He is an award-winning experienced writer producer and director of digital shorts and features.
Former boxing world contender.
Star of the highly successful but now totally 'politically incorrect' 'Black and White Minstrels Show' (based at Victoria Palace for many years). His Al Jolson impressions were magnificent. Lots of TV work.
American frontiersman of note.
Winner of Olivier Award 2000 'Best Actor in a Musical' ('Merrily We Roll Along').
Most beautiful girl in Wales 2002-2003.
Author of numerous books of poetry, novels and plays.