Alumni of St Catharine's College, Cambridge

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  1. Rebecca Hall

    Rebecca Hall


    Rebecca Maria Hall (born 3 May 1982) is a British-American actress. In 2003, she won the Ian Charleson Award for her debut stage performance in a production of Mrs. Warren's Profession. She has appeared in the films The Prestige, Vicky Cristina Barcelona (for which she was nominated for a Golden Globe), The Town, Frost/Nixon, Iron Man 3, Transcendence, and The Gift.

  2. Ian McKellen

    Ian McKellen


    Sir Ian Murray McKellen, CHCBE (born 25 May 1939) is an English actor. He is the recipient of six Laurence Olivier Awards, a Tony Award, a Golden Globe Award, a Screen Actors Guild Award, a BIF Award, two Saturn Awards, four Drama Desk Awards and two Critics' Choice Awards. He has also received two Academy Award nominations, four BAFTA nominations and five Emmy Award nominations. McKellen's work spans genres ranging from Shakespearean and modern theatre to popular fantasy and science fiction. His most well known film roles include Gandalf in The Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit trilogies and Magneto in the X-Men films.

  3. Ben Miller

    Ben Miller


    Bennet Evan "Ben" Miller (born 24 February 1966) is an English comedian, actor, and director. He is best known as one half of comedy double act Armstrong and Miller, with Alexander Armstrong. Miller and Armstrong wrote and starred in the Channel 4 sketch show Armstrong and Miller, as well as the BBC sketch show The Armstrong & Miller Show.

  4. Max Pirkis

    Max Pirkis


    Max Pirkis (born 6 January 1989) is an English actor. Appearing in two productions during the mid-2000s, Pirkis made his film debut in Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World (2003) after the film crew recruited him at his school, Eton College. In a critically praised performance, he won the Evening Standard British Film Award for Most Promising Newcomer and the Young Artist Award for Best Young Actor in an International Film. Two years later, Pirkis was cast in the BBC/HBO television series Rome as Gaius Octavian, a role he held until 2007.

  5. Richard Ayoade

    Richard Ayoade


    Richard Ellef Ayoade (/.ɔːˈɑːd/ eye-awe-AH-day, born 12 June 1977) is an English actor, writer, TV presenter, and director, best known for his roles as Dean Learner in Garth Marenghi's Darkplace and Maurice Moss in The IT Crowd. He has directed films such as Submarine, The Double, starring Jesse Eisenberg, and various music videos for bands such as Arctic Monkeys, Vampire Weekend, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, and Kasabian. Ayoade has often worked alongside Noel Fielding, Julian Barratt, Matt Berry, and Rich Fulcher in shows such as The Mighty Boosh and Nathan Barley, is a team captain on panel show Was It Something I Said? and presents the factual show Gadget Man.

  6. Nicholas Frankau

    Nicholas Frankau


    Nicholas Frankau (born 16 July 1954 in Stockport) is an English actor best known for playing the role of Flt. Lt. Carstairs in the British sitcom 'Allo 'Allo! whose recurring theme involves failure to get back to England.

  7. Brian Gibson

    Brian Gibson


    Brian Gibson (22 September 1944 – 4 January 2004) was an English film director.

  8. John Shrapnel

    John Shrapnel


    John Shrapnel (born April 27, 1942) is an English actor.

  9. Hannah Yelland

    Hannah Yelland


    Hannah Yelland (born 1976) is the stage name of Hannah Bahar (formerly Hannah Roberts), a British actress now living and working in the United States.

  10. Leo Genn

    Leo Genn


    Leo John Genn (9 August 1905 – 26 January 1978) was a British stage and film actor and barrister.

  11. John Hopkins

    John Hopkins


    John Richard Hopkins (sometimes credited as John R. Hopkins; 27 January 1931 – 23 July 1998) was a British film, stage, and television writer.

  12. Jeremy Paxman

    Jeremy Paxman


    Jeremy Dickson Paxman (born 11 May 1950) is an English broadcaster, journalist and author. He has worked for the BBC since 1972 and is known for his forthright and abrasive interviewing style, particularly when interrogating politicians. His regular appearances on the BBC Two's Newsnight programme were sometimes criticised as aggressive, intimidating and condescending, yet also applauded as tough and incisive. He is the question master of University Challenge, succeeding Bamber Gascoigne when the programme was revived in 1994.

  13. Joanne Harris

    Joanne Harris


    Joanne Michèle Sylvie Harris, MBE (born 3 July 1964) is an English author, best known for her award-winning novel Chocolat which was later turned into a successful film.

  14. David Armand

    David Armand


    David Armand (born David Whitehead on September 1977) is an English comedian, actor and writer who has performed on stage, film, radio and most notably, television, where the shows he has appeared in include Fast and Loose, Episodes, How Not to Live Your Life, Pulling, The Armstrong and Miller Show, Swinging, and Peep Show.

  15. Peter Hall

    Peter Hall


    Sir Peter Reginald Frederick Hall, CBE (born 22 November 1930) is an English theatre and film director. Hall founded the Royal Shakespeare Company (1960–68) and directed the National Theatre (1973–88). He has also been prominent in defending public subsidy of the arts in Britain.

  16. Terence Young

    Terence Young


    Shaun Terence Young (20 June 1915 – 7 September 1994) was a British film director and screenwriter best known for directing three James Bond films, Dr. No (1962), From Russia with Love (1963), and Thunderball (1965).

  17. Jeremy Marchant Forde

    Jeremy Marchant Forde


    Jeremy Neville Marchant Forde, (né Marchant; born 6 Jan 1966, R.A.F. Akrotiri, Cyprus) is an English/American biologist and Research Animal Scientist at the United States Department of Agriculture - Agricultural Research Service's Livestock Behavior Research Unit, based in West Lafayette, Indiana. He is also the current Senior Vice President of the International Society for Applied Ethology and immediate past President.

  18. Amanda Staveley

    Amanda Staveley


    Amanda Louise Staveley (born 11 April 1973 near Ripon, North Yorkshire, England) is a British businesswoman notable chiefly for her connections with Middle Eastern investors. In 2008 Staveley played a prominent role in the investment of £7.3 billion in Barclays by the ruling families of Abu Dhabi and Qatar, and by the Qatari sovereign wealth fund. Staveley’s firm, PCP Capital Partners, acted for Sheikh Mansour Bin Zayed Al Nahyan of the Abu Dhabi royal family, who invested £3.5 billion to control 16 per cent of the bank. The deal was reported to have earned PCP Capital Partners a commission of £110 million, which, after paying advisers, represented a profit of £40 million. Staveley was also involved in Sheik Mansour's high profile purchase of Manchester City Football Club in September 2008.

  19. Peter Hirsch

    Peter Hirsch


    Peter Hirsch (born 1927) is a German microbiologist, based out of Kiel, Germany. He has made many contributions to the study of microbiology. The genus Hirschia, a type of hyphal bacteria, is named after him.

  20. Fakhruddin Ali Ahmed

    Fakhruddin Ali Ahmed


    Fakhruddin Ali Ahmed (Assamese: ফখৰুদ্দিন আলি আহমেদ, Urdu: فخرودین علی احمد,  pronunciation  (13 May 1905 – 11 February 1977) was the fifth President of India from 1974 to 1977.

  21. Malcolm Martineau

    Malcolm Martineau


    Malcolm Martineau (born 3 February 1960) is a Scottish pianist who is particularly noted as an accompanist.

  22. Legson Kayira

    Legson Kayira


    Legson Didimu Kayira (c.– 14 October 2012) was a Malawian novelist. Kayira, an ethnic Tumbuka, received an education at Skagit Valley College, University of Washington and St Catharine's College, Cambridge. His early works focused on Malawi's rural life, while his later writings satirised the Hastings Banda regime.

  23. John Bacchus Dykes

    John Bacchus Dykes


    John Bacchus Dykes (10 March 1823 – 22 January 1876) was an English clergyman and hymnist.

  24. Geoffrey Pattie

    Geoffrey Pattie


    Sir Geoffrey Edwin Pattie (born 17 January 1936) is a former British Conservative politician and Member of Parliament. He was educated at Durham School, and St Catharine’s College, Cambridge where he obtained an MA Honours Degree in Law. He then joined the army, becoming a captain in the Royal Green Jackets.

  25. Glyn Davies

    Glyn Davies


    Glyn Davies (24 August 1927 - 7 November 1976) was a Welsh international rugby union fly-half who played club rugby for a large selection of clubs but most notably for Pontypridd and Cambridge University. He won eleven international caps for Wales including a win over the touring 1947 Australia team. Described as a mercurial outside half, Davies was notable for his sidestep and ability to change pace and direction with ease.

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