British

British CriminalsBritish DancersBritish Historical PersonalitiesBritish Lawyers & JudgesBritish Instagram InfluencersBritish Internet CelebritiesBritish YouTubersBritish Male ActivistsBritish Male ArchitectsBritish Male Artists & PaintersBritish Male CriminalsBritish Male EngineersBritish Male Film & Theater PersonalitiesBritish Male Instagram StarsBritish Male Inventors & DiscoverersBritish Male Lawyers & JudgesBritish Male LeadersBritish Male Media PersonalitiesBritish Male MusiciansBritish Male PhotographersBritish Male PhysiciansBritish Male ScientistsBritish Male SingersBritish Male Social Media StarsBritish Male SportspersonsBritish Male WritersBritish Male YoutubersBritish Women ActivistsBritish Female EntrepreneursBritish Women CriminalsBritish Female DancersBritish Female Film & Theater PersonalitiesBritish Female Food ExpertsFamous English Women In HistoryBritish Women LeadersBritish Female Instagram StarsBritish Social Media Female CelebritiesBritish Female YouTubersBritish Women Media PersonalitiesBritish Women MusiciansBritish Women Artists & PaintersBritish Women PhysiciansBritish Women ScientistsBritish Women SingersBritish Women SportspersonsBritish Women WritersBritish ActivistsBritish ArchitectsBritish EntrepreneursBritish EngineersBritish Fashion IndustryBritish Film & Theater PersonalitiesBriton Food ExpertsBritish Intellectuals & AcademicsBritish Inventors & DiscoverersBritish LeadersBritish Media PersonalitiesBritish MusiciansBritish Artists & PaintersBritish PhotographersBritish PhysiciansBritish ScientistsBritish SingersBritish SportspersonsBritish Writers

“Be British.” Captain Smith’s last words, as the great Titanic went down into the icy ocean are the perfect epitome of what it means to be a Britisher. As the imperial rulers of the world who had enslaved and taken control over several other countries across continents in the quest of establishing trade ties, Britishers are also the ones who gave the world the democratic form of government, a concept that evolved from the constitutional monarchy form of government in the Great Britain. Britain is the country where some of the legends of literature and poetry took birth. Imagine what the literary world would have been like had it not been for the “Bard of Avon”, William Shakespeare, or for that matter Charles Dickens and Milton?

Freddie MercuryFreddie Mercury
(Singer-songwriter)

05 September 1946

Louis TomlinsonLouis Tomlinson
(Singer)

24 December 1991

21 Savage21 Savage
(Hip-hop artist)

22 October 1992

Anne, Queen of Great BritainAnne, Queen of Great Britain
(Queen of Britan)

06 February 1665

Queen Victoria Queen Victoria
(Queen of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland)

24 May 1819

Kate BeckinsaleKate Beckinsale

26 July 1973

Brian MayBrian May

19 July 1947

Lucy BoyntonLucy Boynton
(Actress)

17 February 1994

Stephen HawkingStephen Hawking
(Theoretical Physicist, Cosmologist)

08 January 1942

Idris ElbaIdris Elba
(Actor)

06 September 1972

Dua LipaDua Lipa
(Singer-songwriter)

22 August 1995

Emilia ClarkeEmilia Clarke
(Actress)

23 October 1986

Continue Reading Below

Christian BaleChristian Bale

30 January 1974

Elizabeth I of EnglandElizabeth I of England
(Queen of England)

07 September 1533

Emily BluntEmily Blunt
(Actress)

23 February 1983

Edward VIIEdward VII
(King of United Kingdom)

09 November 1841

Winston ChurchillWinston Churchill
(Prime Minister of the United Kingdom)

30 November 1874

Tom HardyTom Hardy
(Actor)

15 September 1977

Continue Reading Below

Sophie TurnerSophie Turner
(Actress)

21 February 1996

George VIGeorge VI
(Former King of the United Kingdom)

14 December 1895

Asa ButterfieldAsa Butterfield
(Actor)

01 April 1997

David BowieDavid Bowie
(Singer)

08 January 1947

Elton JohnElton John
(Singer)

25 March 1947

Gordon RamsayGordon Ramsay
(Chef and Restaurateur)

08 November 1966

Continue Reading Below

Henry VIII of EnglandHenry VIII of England
(King of England)

28 June 1491

Rachel WeiszRachel Weisz
(Actress)

07 March 1970

William ShakespeareWilliam Shakespeare
(Writer)

23 April 1564

George VGeorge V
(Former King of the United Kingdom)

03 June 1865

Richard MaddenRichard Madden
(Actor)

18 June 1986

Continue Reading Below

Emma WatsonEmma Watson
(British actress)

15 April 1990

Emma MackeyEmma Mackey
(Actress)

04 January 1996

Charles, Prince of WalesCharles, Prince of Wales
(Prince of Wales)

14 November 1948

Audrey HepburnAudrey Hepburn
(Film actress)

04 May 1929

Theresa MayTheresa May
(Prime Minister of the United Kingdom)

01 October 1956

John LennonJohn Lennon
(Co-founder of 'The Beatles')

09 October 1940

Continue Reading Below

Alia BhattAlia Bhatt
(Actress)

15 March 1993

Daniel RadcliffeDaniel Radcliffe

23 July 1989

Albert FinneyAlbert Finney
(Actor)

09 May 1936

Rowan AtkinsonRowan Atkinson
(Actor & Comedian)

06 January 1955

Olivia Newton-JohnOlivia Newton-John
(Singer, Actress)

26 September 1948

Daniel CraigDaniel Craig
(Actor)

02 March 1968

Continue Reading Below

Paul McCartneyPaul McCartney
(Singer-songwriter)

18 June 1942

Anthony JoshuaAnthony Joshua
(Boxer)

15 October 1989

David BeckhamDavid Beckham
(Former English Footballer)

02 May 1975

Ed SheeranEd Sheeran
(Singer)

17 February 1991

Ozzy OsbourneOzzy Osbourne

03 December 1948

Jason StathamJason Statham
(Actor, Producer, Martial Artist)

26 July 1967

Continue Reading Below

Michael SheenMichael Sheen
(Actor)

05 February 1969

Alfred the GreatAlfred the Great
(King of Wessex)

0849 AD

Anne BoleynAnne Boleyn
(Marquess of Pembroke)

1501 AD

Andy MurrayAndy Murray
(Tennis Player)

15 May 1987

Kit HaringtonKit Harington
(Actor)

26 December 1986

Keira KnightleyKeira Knightley
(Actress)

26 March 1985

Continue Reading Below
Orlando BloomOrlando Bloom
(Actor)

13 January 1977

J. K. RowlingJ. K. Rowling
(Author)

31 July 1965

Ringo StarrRingo Starr
(Drummer)

07 July 1940

Lily CollinsLily Collins
(Actress)

18 March 1989

Virginia WoolfVirginia Woolf
(Novelist)

25 January 1882

George HarrisonGeorge Harrison

25 February 1943

Continue Reading Below
Julie AndrewsJulie Andrews
(Actress, Singer & Author)

01 October 1935

George MichaelGeorge Michael
(Singer)

25 June 1963

Isaac NewtonIsaac Newton
(Physicist, Mathematician, Astronomer)

04 January 1643

Fred WestFred West
(Serial Killer)

29 September 1941

Charlie ChaplinCharlie Chaplin

16 April 1889

Mick JaggerMick Jagger
(Singer, Musician)

26 July 1943

Continue Reading Below

Maisie WilliamsMaisie Williams
(Actress)

15 April 1997

Benedict CumberbatchBenedict Cumberbatch
(Actor)

19 July 1976

Natasha RichardsonNatasha Richardson
(Actress)

11 May 1963

Charlie HunnamCharlie Hunnam

10 April 1980

Mary I of EnglandMary I of England
(Queen of England and Ireland)

18 February 1516

Alan RickmanAlan Rickman

21 February 1946

Continue Reading Below

J. R. R. TolkienJ. R. R. Tolkien
(Writer, Poet)

03 January 1892

Charles I of EnglandCharles I of England
(King of England, Scotland and Ireland)

19 November 1600

Ricky GervaisRicky Gervais
(Actor, Comedian)

25 June 1961

Modern day Britain also boasts of some highly talented writers and poets. Who can forget Britishers’ contributions to science? It was after all a British man Charles Darwin who propounded the theory of evolution. And what a whole lot the world owes to Sir Isaac Newton, the physicist and his contributions to the scientific revolution? Coming to the contemporary times, isn’t the UK music scenario responsible for the pop revolution that took the world by storm? Browse this section to read all about the famous Britishers who helped shape the world.