Kenneth GriffithNumerous roles in film, TV and radio, including 'The Prisoner'.
He is the only welsh poet ever to be given permission to produce a Royal Wedding card for Prince Charles and Lady Diana's wedding in 1981
Mandy DaviesCentre of the 1963 British 'Profumo' scandal.
Mervyn JohnsActed in 'Dead of Night', 'Moby Dick', '80,000 Suspects', 'Jamaica Inn' and in over seventy more films!
Nicholas Edwards, politician (MP, Secretary of state for Wales) with a connection to Wales (Pembrokeshire, West Wales)
Nicholas EdwardsSecretary of state for Wales 1979 -87
Nina HamnetShe was an artist and writer who became known as "The Queen of Bohemia". Her work was exhibited at the Royal Academy and the London Group in England, as well as at the Salon d'Automne in Paris. She was a friend of famous artist Roger Fry and was one of the only artists to receive payment for work exhibited at his gallery in Fitzroy Square, London. She was an author too and in 1932 she published a book 'Laughing Torso', reminiscences of her bohemian life. It become a bestseller in England and America.
Owen GibbyPioneering diabetes care in Wales.
Peter DoranNumerous TV appearances including the BBC's 'East Enders' and 'Men Behaving Badly'.
Peter RabbitRascally character in Beatrix Potter's Tales. (The Tenby garden is depicted.)
Phil BennettPlayed rugby union for Llanelli, Wales and the British Lions.
Rachel RobertsMovies include 'Saturday Night Sunday Morning', 'This Sporting Life', 'Picnic at Hanging Rock', 'Murder on the Orient Express'.
He was a professor of philosophy at the University of Wales Aberystwyth, from 1932-1969. From 1938-1968 he edited the Welsh language journal of philosophy, Efrydia Athronyddol.
Richard ThomasJohn-boy Walton! Now a film director
Robert RecordeVery influential physician and mathamatician. Robert published some of the most important books of his era including the first English language book on Algebra which incidentally is where the equals symbol is first seen in use! He achieved high office too, being not only the king's physician but also the controller of the Royal Mint (which is now based in Pontyclun, South Wales).
As is true today, positions of power attract enemies and sadly it was his high profile that lead to his downfall. Robert was broken by a law suit and as a bankrupt was sent to debtours jail at Southwark where he died.