Alumni of the University of Bristol

Alumni of the University of Bristol

This is a list of alumni of the University of Bristol, including a brief description of their notability. This list includes not just former students but persons who are or have been associated with the university, including former academics, Chancellors, and recipients of honorary degrees. See also Category:Alumni of the University of Bristol.


Top row: NME editor Krissi Murison, illusionist Derren_Brown, journalist Alastair Stewart, associate editor of the Independent newspaper Jemima Khan, comedians Matt Lucas and David Walliams
Middle row Simon Pegg, satirst Chris_Morris_(satirist), musician James Blunt, Head of MI5 Jonathan Evans (MI5 officer), Nobel prize winning author J. M. G. Le Clézio,
Bottom row former editor-in-chief for The Observer Will Hutton, Paul Boateng MP, Nobel prize winning physicist Nevill Francis Mott, Nobel prize winning physicist Paul Dirac, Nobel prize winner Harold Pinter

Contents

Politics

Academia

Literature

Business

Journalism

Science

Paul Dirac studied Electrical Engineering at Bristol. He later won a Nobel Prize for Physics.

TV, film and theatre

Internationally successful actor and comedian Simon Pegg studied Drama at Bristol.

Sports

Music

Musician James Blunt is an alumnus of Wills Hall.

Others

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