Discover the notable alumni of University Of Bristol. The list includes people like David Walliams, Simon Pegg, James Blunt, Alice Roberts & Paul Dirac. This list of notable alumni is loosely sorted by popularity and has people from different domains of life, such as scientists, media personalities, writers, film & theater personalities and leaders etc.
Simon PeggSimon Pegg
14 February 1970, British
David WalliamsDavid Walliams
20 August 1971, British

James BluntJames Blunt
22 February 1974, British

Alice RobertsAlice Roberts
19 May 1973, British

Paul DiracPaul Dirac
08 August 1902, British

Chris MorrisChris Morris
05 September 1965, British
Klaus FuchsKlaus Fuchs
29 December 1911, German
Theoretical Physicist and Atomic Spy

Angela CarterAngela Carter
07 May 1940, British

Sarah Jane BrownSarah Jane Brown
31 October 1963, British
British executive
Felicity BluntFelicity Blunt
08 January 1981, British
Older sister of Emily Blunt, Wife of Stanley Tucci

Matt LucasMatt Lucas
05 March 1974, British
Charlotte RitchieCharlotte Ritchie
29 August 1989, British

Marcus BrigstockeMarcus Brigstocke
08 May 1973, British

Dominique Strauss-KahnDominique Strauss-Kahn
25 April 1949, French
Economist, Politician, Lawyer, University teacher

Natasia DemetriouNatasia Demetriou
1989 AD, British

Chris LanghamChris Langham
14 April 1949, British
Comedian, Screenwriter
Jeremy WadeJeremy Wade
23 March 1956, British
Biologist, Television presenter, Writer

Arnold RidleyArnold Ridley
07 January 1896, British

Stephanie ColeStephanie Cole
05 October 1941, British

Derren BrownDerren Brown
27 February 1971, British
David KnopflerDavid Knopfler
27 December 1952, British

Julia DonaldsonJulia Donaldson
16 September 1948, British
Writer, Playwright, Author, Children's writer
Tim Pigott-SmithTim Pigott-Smith
13 May 1946, British

David BamberDavid Bamber
19 September 1954, British

Laura WadeLaura Wade
16 October 1977, British
Michael WinterbottomMichael Winterbottom
29 March 1961, British
Film director, Film editor, Screenwriter

David RappaportDavid Rappaport
23 November 1951, British
Pearl MackiePearl Mackie
29 May 1987, British

Nkosazana Dlamini-ZumaNkosazana Dlamini-Zuma
27 January 1949, South African

Lembit ÖpikLembit Öpik
02 March 1965, British, Northern Irish
Alex CoxAlex Cox
15 December 1954, British
Actor, Film director, Screenwriter, Film producer

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Sarah KaneSarah Kane
03 February 1971, British
Playwright, Writer
Mark FrancoisMark Francois
14 August 1965, British

Paul BoatengPaul Boateng
14 June 1951, British

Anastasia GriffithAnastasia Griffith
23 March 1978, British, American

Josh LewseyJosh Lewsey
30 November 1976, British
Rugby union player
Stephen CrabbStephen Crabb
20 January 1973, British, Scottish, Welsh
Deborah MoggachDeborah Moggach
28 June 1948, British
Writer, Novelist, Screenwriter

Okot p'BitekOkot p'Bitek
07 June 1931, Ugandan

Bernard LovellBernard Lovell
31 August 1913, British

Keith DevlinKeith Devlin
16 March 1947, British, American
Mathematician, University teacher, Journalist
Ghada KarmiGhada Karmi
1939 AD, Israeli, Palestinian
Doctor of medicine

Carol M. BlackCarol M. Black
26 December 1939, British

Kate GerbeauKate Gerbeau
09 August 1968, British

Bob Marshall-AndrewsBob Marshall-Andrews
10 April 1944, British

Alison CooperAlison Cooper
31 March 1966, British
Chief Executive Officer
Geoffrey BurbidgeGeoffrey Burbidge
24 September 1925, British

Georgie TwiggGeorgie Twigg
21 November 1990, British
Field hockey player
Michael FourmanMichael Fourman
12 September 1950, British
Computer Scientist

Located in Bristol, United Kingdom, the University of Bristol is a redbrick research university which traces its roots back to 1595. The university offers over 200 courses across departments such as Arts, Engineering, Biomedical Sciences, Science, Health Sciences and Social Sciences and Law. With undergraduate, postgraduate and junior and higher doctorates, the university creates a perfect learning environment for its students to thrive professionally. League Tables consistently place the University of Bristol among the top ten universities in the United Kingdom. Bristol was also ranked 76th in the world as per the 2017 edition of the U.S. News & World Report. The alumni’s and graduates of the university are renowned for their excellence in work, that Bristol was positioned 15th in the world for their reputation with employers, thus being placed higher that numerous Ivy League colleges. Being on the environmentally conscious side, the university has contributed immensely to providing a sustainable environment within the campus by winning numerous awards. Bristol was also the first city in U.K. to be deemed with the Green Capital status. The university facilitates diversity through and through, and gives more than 500 of its students the opportunity to partner with European Institutions. Many honored celebrities such as Simon Pegg, Matt Lucas, David Williams and Paul Dirac have attended this institution. Keep scrolling to view the complete list of famous personalities who are alumni’s of the University of Bristol.