Former pupils of South Hampstead High School

Posted May 4, 2011
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  1. Daisy Lowe

    Daisy Lowe


    Daisy Rebecca Lowe (born 27 January 1989) is an English fashion model who has modeled for editorial photo shoots, commercial advertising campaigns and at fashion shows. She is the daughter of Pearl Lowe, the singer-songwriter turned textile and fashion designer, and Gavin Rossdale, lead singer for Bush.

  2. Gwen Ffrangcon Davies

    Gwen Ffrangcon Davies


    Dame Gwen Lucy Ffrangcon-Davies, DBE (25 January 1891 – 27 January 1992) was a British actress and centenarian. She was born in London of a Welsh family; the name "Ffrangcon" originates from a valley in Snowdonia. Her parents were opera baritone David Ffrangcon-Davies (né David Thomas Davies) and Annie Francis Rayner.

  3. Fay Weldon

    Fay Weldon


    Fay Weldon CBE FRSL (born 22 September 1931) is an English author, essayist and playwright, whose work has been associated with feminism. In her fiction, Weldon typically portrays contemporary women who find themselves trapped in oppressive situations caused by the patriarchal structure of British society.

  4. Janet Neel Cohen, Baroness Cohen of Pimlico

    Janet Neel Cohen, Baroness Cohen of Pimlico


    Janet Neel Cohen, Baroness Cohen of Pimlico (born 4 July 1940) is a British lawyer and crime fiction writer. She is the daughter of George Edric Neel and Mary Isabel Budge. She was educated at South Hampstead High School, Hampstead, London, England and graduated from Newnham College, Cambridge University in 1962 with a Bachelor of Arts (B.A.), Honours, Law.

  5. E C R Lorac

    E C R Lorac


    Edith Caroline Rivett (1884–1959) (who wrote under the pseudonyms E. C. R. Lorac and Carol Carnac) was a British crime writer. She was born in Hendon, Middlesex, (now London). She attended the South Hampstead High School, and the Central School of Arts and Crafts in London. She was a member of the Detection Club. She was a very prolific writer, writing forty-eight mysteries under her first pen name, and twenty-three under her second. She was an important author of the Golden Age of Detective Fiction.

  6. Julia Neuberger, Baroness Neuberger

    Julia Neuberger, Baroness Neuberger


    Rabbi Julia Babette Sarah Neuberger, Baroness Neuberger, DBE (born 27 February 1950; née Julia Schwab) is a member of the British House of Lords. She formerly took the Liberal Democrat whip, but resigned from the party and joined the Crossbenches in September 2011 upon becoming the full-time Senior Rabbi to the West London Synagogue.

  7. Kate Moross

    Kate Moross


    Kate Moross is a designer, illustrator and art director based in London.

  8. Elizabeth Irving

    Elizabeth Irving


    Dorothea Elizabeth Irving, Lady Brunner, OBE, JP (14 April 1904 – 9 January 2003) was a British actress, the daughter of actors H. B. Irving and Dorothea Baird, and the granddaughter of Victorian era stage star Henry Irving. Her older brother was the Hollywood set designer and art director Laurence Irving. Elizabeth Irving was the Chairman of the National Federation of Women's Institutes (W.I.) and in 1955 founded the Keep Britain Tidy Group, acting as President of the Group for 19 years from 1966.

  9. Joanna MacGregor

    Joanna MacGregor


    Joanna MacGregor OBE (born 16 July 1959) is a British concert pianist, conductor, composer and festival curator. She is Head of Piano at the Royal Academy of Music and a Professor of London University.

  10. Ruth Padel

    Ruth Padel


    Ruth Sophia Padel FRSL FZS (/pəˈdɛl/ pə-DEL) (born 8 May 1946) is a British poet, novelist and non-fiction author known for her poetry criticism, nature writing, and connections with music, science, Greece and conservation. She broadcasts for BBC Radio 3 and 4 on poetry, wildlife and music, and is on the Board of the Zoological Society of London, active in promoting its global conservation through literary programmes. She teaches Creative Writing at King's College London.

  11. Flora Twort

    Flora Twort


    Flora Caroline Twort (24 June 1893 – 1985) was an English painter who specialised in watercolours and pastels of the scenes and people of Petersfield, Hampshire.

  12. Margot Heinemann

    Margot Heinemann


    Margot Claire Heinemann (18 November 1913 – 10 June 1992) was a British Marxist writer, drama scholar, and leading member of the Communist Party of Great Britain (CPGB).

  13. Alma Birk

    Alma Birk


    Alma Lillian Birk, Baroness Birk (née Wilson; 22 September 1917 – 29 December 1996) was a British journalist, Labour Party politician and Government minister.

  14. Anna Stothard

    Anna Stothard


    Anna Stothard (born 1983), is a British novelist, journalist and screenwriter.

  15. Antonia Forest

    Antonia Forest


    Antonia Forest (26 May 1915 – 28 November 2003) was the pseudonym of Patricia Giulia Caulfield Kate Rubinstein, an English writer of children's novels whose real name was not made public during her lifetime. She is best known for the Marlow series.

  16. Nora Francisca Blackburne

    Nora Francisca Blackburne


    Nora Lee (21 April 1914 – 7 July 2009) was a British casting director and civil servant.

  17. Lucasta Miller

    Lucasta Miller


    Lucasta Frances Elizabeth Miller is an English writer and literary journalist.

  18. Vivien Greene

    Vivien Greene


    Vivien Greene (née Dayrell-Browning) (1 August 1904 – 19 August 2003) was the widow of the distinguished novelist Graham Greene and an authority on doll's houses.

  19. Charlotte Haldane

    Charlotte Haldane


    Charlotte Haldane (née Franken, first married name Burghes; 27 April 1894 – 16 March 1969) was a British feminist author. Her second husband was the biologist J.B.S. Haldane.

  20. Lynne Featherstone

    Lynne Featherstone


    Lynne Choona Featherstone, Baroness Featherstone, PC (née Ryness, 20 December 1951) is a British Liberal Democrat parliamentarian and designated member of the House of Lords.

  21. Netta Rheinberg

    Netta Rheinberg


    Netta Rheinberg MBE (24 October 1911 at Willesden, Middlesex – 18 June 2006) played for the English women's cricket team in a single Test, but was a notable figure in the women's game as an administrator and journalist. Rachael Heyhoe-Flint, the former England captain, said of her work as an administrator, "Netta was an action girl. We had very few people then, and she galvanised activity, partly just by having a great personality and a sense of humour."

  22. Freya North

    Freya North


    Freya North (born 21 November 1967) is a British writer, active since 1996, and one of the precursors of chick lit. Her novels, which have been critical and financial successes, centre on strong female characters and their raunchy exploits.

  23. Naomi Alderman

    Naomi Alderman


    Naomi Alderman (born 1974) is a British author, novelist and game designer.

  24. Margaret Quass

    Margaret Quass


    Margaret Quass OBE (6 April 1926 – 9 December 2003) was an educationalist. Between 1974 and 1986, she was Director of the Council for Education in World Citizenship (CEWC).

  25. Jill Fraser

    Jill Fraser


    Jill Fraser, MBE (15 April 1946 – 10 February 2006) was a British theatre owner and director.

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