Discover the notable alumni of Royal Academy Of Dramatic Art. The list includes people like Alan Rickman, Albert Finney, Michael Sheen, Ralph Fiennes & Allison Janney. This list of notable alumni is loosely sorted by popularity and has people from different domains of life, such as film & theater personalities, writers, singers, media personalities and miscellaneous etc.
Michael SheenMichael Sheen
05 February 1969, British
Ralph FiennesRalph Fiennes
22 December 1962, British
Actor, Director, Producer

Roger MooreRoger Moore
14 October 1927, British

Alan RickmanAlan Rickman
21 February 1946, British

Joan CollinsJoan Collins
23 May 1933, British
Actress & Author

Anthony HopkinsAnthony Hopkins
31 December 1937, British, American, Welsh
Allison JanneyAllison Janney
19 November 1959, American

Richard AttenboroughRichard Attenborough
29 August 1923, British
Actor, Director, Producer

Vivien LeighVivien Leigh
05 November 1913, British

John Hurt John Hurt
22 January 1940, British
Matthew RhysMatthew Rhys
04 November 1974, British, Welsh

Ciarán HindsCiarán Hinds
09 February 1953, British, Northern Irish
Peter Seamus O'ToolePeter O'Toole
02 August 1932, Irish, British

Albert FinneyAlbert Finney
09 May 1936, British

Clive OwenClive Owen
03 October 1964, British
Mark RylanceMark Rylance
18 January 1960, British

Diane CilentoDiane Cilento
05 October 1933, Australian
Charles LaughtonCharles Laughton
01 July 1899, British, American

Harold PinterHarold Pinter
10 October 1930, British
Nobel Prize Winner in Literature

Owain YeomanOwain Yeoman
02 July 1978, British, Welsh
Janet McTeerJanet McTeer
05 August 1961, British

Alan BatesAlan Bates
17 February 1934, British
Trevor Howard Trevor Howard
29 September 1913, British

Laurence HarveyLaurence Harvey
01 October 1928, Lithuanian

Roy KinnearRoy Kinnear
08 January 1934, Spanish, British

Sarah MilesSarah Miles
31 December 1941, British
Celia JohnsonCelia Johnson
18 December 1908, American
Rainey QualleyRainey Qualley
11 March 1990, American

Ben WhishawBen Whishaw
14 October 1980, British
Stage actor, Television actor, Film actor, Voice

Tony RobinsonTony Robinson
15 August 1946, British
Television producer, Television actor, Film actor,

Brian EpsteinBrian Epstein
19 September 1934, British
Businessperson, Impresario, Talent agent, Talent
Madhur JaffreyMadhur Jaffrey
13 August 1933, Indian, American
Actor, Television actor, Film actor, Writer, Film

Lois MaxwellLois Maxwell
14 February 1927, Canadian
Actor, Writer

Joanna PageJoanna Page
23 March 1978, British

Mike LeighMike Leigh
20 February 1943, British
Film director, Actor, Playwright, Theatre

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Leigh LawsonLeigh Lawson
21 July 1945, British
Anthony QuayleAnthony Quayle
07 September 1913, British
Stage actor, Film actor, Writer

Talitha GettyTalitha Getty
18 October 1940
Actor, Model
Lisa HarrowLisa Harrow
25 August 1943, New Zealander

Joe OrtonJoe Orton
01 January 1933, British
Playwright, Screenwriter, Writer

Hugh GriffithHugh Griffith
30 May 1912, British
Actor, Stage actor
Paul RhysPaul Rhys
19 December 1963, British

Michael SheardMichael Sheard
18 June 1938, British
Peter YatesPeter Yates
24 July 1929, British
Film producer, Film director, Screenwriter

Joan LittlewoodJoan Littlewood
06 October 1914, British

Jimmy PerryJimmy Perry
09 September 1923, British

Zia MohyeddinZia Mohyeddin
20 June 1933, Pakistani

Ronald HarwoodRonald Harwood
09 November 1934, South African
Writer, Screenwriter, Film producer, Playwright,
Mark StricksonMark Strickson
06 April 1959, British
Film actor, Stage actor

Freddie StevensonFreddie Stevenson
09 March 1980, British

Mischa Anne Marsden BartonMischa Anne Marsden Barton
24 January 1986, British, American
Spokesperson, Fashion designer, Model

The Royal Academy Of Dramatic Art, also known as ‘RADA’, is one of the handful institutions around the world, which offers courses in performance art. For those interested in cinema and plays, pursuing a course at RADA could prove to be fruitful. The students are offered several facilities, such as exclusive studios for acting, sound designing and make up. This renowned institution was started back in 1904, by yesteryear actor Herbert Beerbohm Tree and has since evolved by leaps and bounds. Five theatres and a movie hall are situated in RADA’s premises, thus providing the students enough scope to exhibit their craft. The institution has produced several precious gems who have contributed immensely towards the field of art. Legendary actors like Anthony Hopkins, Peter O’Toole, Alan Rickman and filmmaker belong to the list of RADA’s notable alumni. Sir Richard Attenborough is considered a school of filmmaking by many cinema lovers. Many aspirants watch his films not merely for entertainment but for intellectual engagement and become better at their craft as well. Attenborough was also the president of the Royal Academy Of Dramatic Art and did everything possible for the betterment of the institution. Anthony Hopkins is best known for his role in the thriller ‘Silence Of The Lambs’. He has also acted in several other critically and commercially acclaimed flicks. Listed below are the names of several noteworthy icons of performance art who once studied at Royal Academy Of Dramatic Art. These individuals have earned several accolades for their outstanding achievements in the field of art.