List of King's College London alumni


List of King's College London alumni

This List of King's College London alumni includes graduates, non-graduate former students, and current students of King's College London. The list also includes those whom are alumni by extension, having studied at institutions that have subsequently merged with King's.

Academia

Heads of University

*Professor Alison Richard, Vice-Chancellor of the University of Cambridge, former Provost of Yale University. [cite web|url=http://www.admin.cam.ac.uk/offices/v-c/richard.html|title=Alison Richard Biography|date=2005|accessdate=2008-01-16]
*Sir Richard Sykes, Rector of Imperial College London (2000-2008), former Chairman of GlaxoSmithKline. [cite web|url=http://www3.imperial.ac.uk/secretariat/collegeinfo/principalofficers/sirrichardsykes|title=Sir Richard Sykes Biography|date=2005|accessdate=2008-01-16]
*Professor Martin Howy Irving, Vice-Chancellor of the University of Melbourne (1887-1889), noted educationist. [cite web|url=http://gutenberg.net.au/dictbiog/0-dict-biogI-K.html#irving1|title=Biography of Martin Howy Irving|accessdate=2008-09-27]
*Professor Alfred Barry, Principal of King's College London (1868-1883)
*Professor Henry Wace, Principal of King's College London (1883-1897). [cite web|url=http://www.ccel.org/w/wace/|title=Biography of Henry Wace|accessdate=2008-08-06]
*Professor Barney Pityana, Vice-Chancellor and Principal of the University of South Africa, lawyer, theologian and human rights activist. [cite web|url=http://www.icde.org/oslo/icde.nsf/id/345FB02BDACDD00CC12573D70040402F?OpenDocument|title=Barney Pityana|accessdate=2008-08-06]
*Professor Kenneth Hare, climatologist, President of the University of British Columbia (1968–1969), Provost of the University of Trinity College (1979-1986), Chancellor of Trent University (1988–1995). [cite web|url=http://www.freebase.com/view/en/kenneth_hare|title=Kenneth Hare|accessdate=2008-08-06]
*Professor Chris Taylor, Vice-Chancellor of the University of Bradford (2001-2007). [cite web|url=http://www.brad.ac.uk/admin/pr/pressreleases/2003/imeche.php|title=Biography of Chris Taylor|accessdate=2008-09-27]
*Professor Paul Wellings, Vice-Chancellor of the University of Lancaster. [cite web|url=http://www.hefce.ac.uk/aboutUs/board/bio/wellings.asp|title=Paul Wellings|accessdate=2008-08-06]

Academics

*Sir Frederick Gowland Hopkins, President of the Royal Society (1930-1935), winner of the 1929 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine
*Max Theiler, virologist who was awarded the 1951 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine
*Peter Higgs, Professor emeritus of theoretical physics at the University of Edinburgh, Fellow of the Royal Society
*Martin Taylor, Professor of Pure Mathematics at the University of Manchester, Vice-President of the Royal Society, former President of the London Mathematical Society
*Simon Baron-Cohen, Professor of developmental psychopathology and director of the Autism Research Centre at the University of Cambridge
*Henry Barclay Swete, Biblical scholar, Professor of pastoral theology at King's College London (1882-1890), Regius Professor of Divinity at the University of Cambridge (1890-1915)
*Sir Ian Gainsford, Dean of King's College School of Medicine and Dentistry (1988-1997), Vice-Principal of King’s College London (1994–1997)
*Peter Vardy, religious philosopher, Vice Principal of Heythrop College, University of London
*Sir Malcolm Green, Head of the National Heart and Lung Institute at Imperial College London, founder of the British Lung Foundation
*Roger Parker, current Thurston Dart Professor of Music at King's College London
*Brian Bond, Professor emeritus of military history at King's College London
*Marcelo Gleiser, Appleton Professor of Natural Philosophy and a Professor of Physics and Astronomy at Dartmouth College
*Robert Bentley, former Professor of Botany at King's College London
*Denis Alexander, director of the Faraday Institute for Science and Religion at the University of Cambridge
*Alfred John Church, former Professor of Latin at University College London
*Michael Levitt, Professor of Structural Biology at Stanford University
*Julius J. Lipner, Professor of Hinduism and the Comparative Study of Religion at the University of Cambridge
*Charles Leonard Huskins, former head of the Department of Genetics at McGill University, and Guggenheim Fellow at Columbia University
*Brian Davies, Professor of Philosophy at Fordham University
*Steven Rose, Professor of Biology and Neurobiology at the University of London and at the Open University
*Alfred Henry Garrod, former Fullerian Professor of Physiology and Comparative Anatomy at the Royal Institution, Fellow of the Royal Society
*Eric Grove, Professor of Naval History and Director of the Centre for International Security and War Studies at the University of Salford
*Geoffrey Till, Professor of Maritime Studies in the Defence Studies Department at King's College London
*Maitree Wickramasinghe, senior lecturer in English at the University of Kelaniya, wife of Ranil Wickremasinghe former Prime Minister of Sri Lanka
*Joseph Shield Nicholson, former Professor of Political Economy at the University of Edinburgh
*Lucinda Roy, Director of Creative Writing at Virginia Tech University, novelist and poet
*Raymond Peters, former Professor Emeritus of Polymer and Fibre Science at the University of Manchester
*Harry Brighouse, political philosopher at the University of Wisconsin at Madison
*Elizabeth Burns, lecturer in Philosophy of Religion, Dean of Undergraduate Studies at Heythrop College, University of London
*Raymond Beazley, former Professor of History at the University of Birmingham

Politics

Presidents and Heads of State

*Tassos Papadopoulos, President of the Republic of Cyprus (2003-2008).cite news | first=Antigone | last=Drousiotis | coauthors= | title=Tassos Papadopoulos - We thought we would change the World) | date=2008-02-10 | publisher= | url =http://www.phileleftheros.com/main/main.asp?gid=441&id=535829 | work =Phileleftheros | pages = | accessdate = 2008-08-05 ]
*Glafkos Klerides, President of the Republic of Cyprus (1993– 2003). [cite web|url=http://www.mlahanas.de/Cyprus/Bios/GlafkosClerides.html|title=Glafkos Ioannou Clerides|date=2005|accessdate=2008-01-16]
*Sir Lynden Pindling, Prime Minister of the Bahamas (1969-1992). [cite web|url=http://www.myplp.com/pm_pindling.php|title=Sir Lynden Pindling|accessdate=2008-08-06]
*France-Albert René, Prime Minister of Seychelles (1976-1977), President of Seychelles (1977-2004). [cite web|url=http://books.google.com/books?id=Mz-fXRsedPMC&pg=PA459&lpg=PA459&dq=%22france+albert%22+ren%C3%A9+king's+college+london&source=web&ots=-EFUOC3BcS&sig=CF30soOKy9jKTgIqUuKHI0cDXjw|title=France-Albert René=Google Books|date=2007|accessdate=2008-01-27]
*Sir Sydney Gun-Munro, Governor of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines (1976–1979), Governor-General of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines (1979–1985). [cite web|url=http://www.burkes-peerage.net/familyhomepage.aspx?FID=0&FN=GUN-MUNRO|title=Sir Sydney Gun-Munro|accessdate=2008-08-06]

British Politicians

*David Owen, Baron Owen of Plymouth, co-founder and leader of the Social Democratic Party (SDP) (1983-1987) and of the re-formed SDP (1988-1990), Foreign Secretary (1977-1979), Chancellor of the University of Liverpool. [cite web|url=http://sca.lib.liv.ac.uk/collections/Owen/biog.htm|title=David Owen, Baron Owen of Plymouth|accessdate=2008-08-06]
*Reginald McKenna, Liberal statesman, Home Secretary (1911–1915), Chancellor of the Exchequer (1915–1916). [cite web|url=http://www.antiquemapsandprints.com/spy/SPY-1906.htm|title=Reginald McKenna=Vanity Fair|date=2005|accessdate=2008-01-16]
*John MacGregor, Baron MacGregor of Pulham Market, Conservative Member of Parliament, Leader of the House of Commons (1990-1992). [cite web|url=http://www.nndb.com/people/994/000164502/|title=John MacGregor, Baron MacGregor of Pulham Market|accessdate=2008-08-06]
*Horace Maybray King, Baron Maybray-King, Labour Member of Parliament, Speaker of the House of Commons (1965–1970). [cite web|url=http://www.theclarion.co.uk/the_north_east/history/echomemories/teesside/407/211107.html|title=Horace King, Baron Maybray-King|accessdate=2008-08-06]
*James Lowther, 1st Viscount Ullswater, Conservative Member of Parliament, Speaker of the House of Commons (1905–1921). [cite web|url=http://www.oldbethanians.co.uk/interesting.htm|title=Old Bethanians - James Lowther, 1st Viscount Ullswater|accessdate=2008-08-11]
*Harold Watkinson, 1st Viscount Watkinson, Conservative Member of Parliament, Minister of Defence (1959–1962), President of the CBI (1976-1977). [cite web|url=http://findarticles.com/p/articles/mi_qn4158/is_19951221/ai_n14025123|title=Harold Watkinson, 1st Viscount Watkinson|accessdate=2008-08-06]
*Julie Morgan, Labour Member of Parliament, wife of Rhodri Morgan
*Natascha Engel, Labour Member of Parliament
*Edith Summerskill, Baroness Summerskill, Labour Member of Parliament, Chair of the Labour Party (1954–1955), co-founder of the Socialist Health Association which spearheaded the National Health Service
*Fiona Mactaggart, Labour Member of Parliament
*Douglas Carswell, Conservative Member of Parliament
*Henry de Worms, 1st Baron Pirbright, Conservative Member of Parliament
*Mark Francois, Conservative Member of Parliament
*Keith Simpson, Conservative Member of Parliament
*Michael Stapleton-Cotton, 5th Viscount Combermere, Crossbencher in the House of Lords and academic
*Gary Streeter, Conservative Member of Parliament
*Howard Stoate, Labour Member of Parliament
*Stanley Clinton Davis, Baron Clinton-Davis, Labour Member of Parliament, European Commissioner in the Delors Commission
*Gareth Thomas, Labour Co-operative Member of Parliament
*John Dunwoody, Labour Member of Parliament, GP and surgeon
*Sir Hugh Rossi, Conservative Member of Parliament
*Jacob Bell, Liberal Member of Parliament and pharmaceutical chemist, co-founder of the Royal Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain
*Tim Collins, Conservative Member of Parliament
*Alex Carlile, Baron Carlile of Berriew, Liberal Democrat member of the House of Lords
*Ted Rowlands, Baron Rowlands, Labour Member of Parliament
*Thorold Rogers, Liberal Member of Parliament and economist, former Drummond Professor of Political Economy at All Souls College, Oxford
*James Dalziel, 1st Baron Dalziel of Kirkcaldy, Liberal Member of Parliament
*Sir John Bethell, 1st Baronet, Liberal Member of Parliament, former director of Barclays Bank
*Oonagh McDonald, Labour Member of Parliament, academic and businesswoman, formerly a director of the Financial Services Authority
*Dame Angela Rumbold, Conservative Member of Parliament and educationist
*Sir John Blundell Maple, 1st Baronet, Conservative Member of Parliament and business magnate
*Sir George Chetwynd, Labour Member of Parliament, former board member of British Steel Corporation
*Sir Patrick Bishop, Conservative Member of Parliament, businessman and barrister
*Alexander Brogden, Liberal Member of Parliament and railway magnate
*Sir George Croydon Marks, Baron Marks of Woolwich, Liberal Member of Parliament and engineer
*Jeffrey Thomas, Labour Member of Parliament
*James Boyden, Labour Member of Parliament
*Terence Boston, Baron Boston of Faversham, Labour Member of Parliament
*John Shiress Will, Liberal Member of Parliament and legal writer
*Shaun Spiers, former Member of the European Parliament, Chief Executive of the Campaign to Protect Rural England
*Sir Edward Thornton, former British Ambassador to Argentina, Brazil, the United States, Russia and the Ottoman Empire
*Brandon Lewis, Conservative politician, barrister and company director
*Sally Morgan, Baroness Morgan of Huyton, Labour politician, non-executive director of Carphone Warehouse

Foreign Politicians

*Sarojini Naidu, President of the Indian National Congress and Governor of the United Provinces. [cite web|url=http://books.google.co.uk/books?id=h6v8HsRUBucC&pg=PA18&lpg=PA18&dq=Sarojini+Naidu+king's+college+london&source=web&ots=qK-8uBSXNA&sig=tMqBxwiBI7vvEj8AksFFslKcV1U&hl=en&sa=X&oi=book_result&resnum=7&ct=result|title=Biography of Sarojini Naidu|accessdate=2008-08-06]
*Asma al-Assad, First Lady of Syria. [cite web|url=http://www.thaindian.com/newsportal/tag/asma-al-assad|title=Asma al-Assad|accessdate=2008-08-06]
*Anne McLellan, Canadian cabinet minister, Deputy Prime Minister of Canada (2003–2006), academic and company director. [cite web|url=http://www.annemclellan.com/bio|title=Anne McLellan|accessdate=2008-08-06]
*S. Rajaratnam, co-founder of the People's Action Party, Deputy Prime Minister of Singapore (1980-1985), Cabinet minister (1959-1988). [cite web|url=http://www3.ntu.edu.sg/rsis/tribute_book/S_raja_stateman_thinker.html|title=S. Rajaratnam|accessdate=2008-08-06]
*Sir Shridath Ramphal, Commonwealth Secretary-General (1975-1990), Guyanan Foreign Minister (1972-1975), Chancellor of the University of Warwick (1989-2002). [cite web|url=http://www.ramphalcentre.org/home/|title=Sir Shridath Ramphal|accessdate=2008-08-06]
*Joseph B. Dauda, Sierra Leonean Finance Minister, lawyer and economist
*Sir John Cockburn, former Premier of South Australia
*Francis Black, Canadian cabinet minister. [cite web|url=http://www.freebase.com/view/en/francis_black|title=Francis Black|accessdate=2008-08-06]
*Nik Nazmi Nik Ahmad, Malaysian politician

Royalty & Nobility

*Her Royal Highness Princess Hajah Majeedah Nuurul Bulqiah, daughter of Hassanal Bolkiah, Sultan of Brunei
*Henry Neville Gladstone, 1st Baron Gladstone of Hawarden, son and former Private Secretary to British Prime Minister William Gladstone
*Janet Gordon-Lennox, Countess of March and Kinrara, member of the prominent Astor family
*Sir Arthur Russell, 6th Baronet, hereditary peer and mineralogist
*Roger Lambart, 13th Earl of Cavan, hereditary peer

Law

*Edmund Davies, Baron Edmund-Davies, Law Lord
*Sir Robin Auld, Lord Justice of Appeal
*Sir James Fitzjames Stephen, 1st Baronet, High Court judge
*Sir Jeremy Sullivan, High Court judge
*Michael Caplan, solicitor and Crown Court Recorder
*Sir Horace Avory, criminal lawyer and jurist
*Sir Louis Blom-Cooper, judge and lawyer
*Wayne Martin, Chief Justice of Western Australia
*John Taylor, first Chief Justice of Lagos and Justice of the Supreme Court of Nigeria
*Ilana Rovner, Judge of the United States Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit
*Amber Marks, barrister and author
*Michael Fox, lawyer specialising in corporate law, co-founder of Herzog, Fox & Neeman
*Sir Edmund Armstrong, 2nd Baronet, magistrate

Religion


*Desmond Tutu, South African Archbishop, apartheid activist, and winner of the 1984 Nobel Peace Prize. [cite web|url=http://www.kcl.ac.uk/alumni/about/known/|title=King's College London - Notable Alumni|date=2006|accessdate=2008-01-16]
*George Carey, Baron Carey of Clifton, Archbishop of Canterbury (1991-2002). [cite web|url=http://www.kcl.ac.uk/alumni/about/known/|title=King's Notable Alumni|date=2006|accessdate=2008-01-16]
*Njongonkulu Ndungane, Archbishop of Cape Town (1996-2007)
*E. W. Bullinger, Anglican clergyman, Biblical scholar, and dispensationalist theologian
*Robin Ward, Principal of St Stephen's House, Oxford
*Jack Nicholls, Bishop of Sheffield, a Lord Spiritual in the House of Lords
*Christopher Hill, Bishop of Guildford, Chaplain to the Queen (1987-1996)
*Ronald Foley, Bishop of Reading (1982-1989), former Chaplain to the Queen
*John Broadhurst, Bishop of Fulham
*Timothy Thornton, Bishop of Truro, Bishop of Sherborne (2001-2008)
*Richard Cheetham, Bishop of Kingston-upon-Thames
*David Jennings, Bishop of Warrington
*Dominic Walker, Bishop of Monmouth, Bishop of Reading (1997-2003)
*David Atkinson, Bishop of Thetford
*Laurence Green, Bishop of Repton, formerly a lecturer at the University of Sheffield
*Martin Wallace, Bishop of Selby and noted author
*Timothy Ellis, Bishop of Grantham
*Stephen Oliver, Bishop of Stepney, former Canon Residentiary at St Paul's Cathedral and head of religious programming at the BBC
*Royden Screech, Bishop of St Germans
*David Halsey, Bishop of Tonbridge (1968–1972), Bishop of Carlisle (1972-1989)
*Gavin Reid, Bishop of Maidstone (1992-2001), noted author
*David Smith, Bishop of Maidstone (1987-1992), Bishop of Bradford (1992-2002)
*Richard Lewis, Bishop of Taunton (1992–1997), Bishop of St Edmundsbury and Ipswich (1997–2007)
*Anthony Crockett, Bishop of Bangor (2004-2008)
*Godfrey Ashby, Bishop of St John's (1980-1984) and academic
*Ralph Emmerson, Bishop of Knaresborough (1972-1979)
*Derek Bond, Bishop of Bradwell (1976–1993)
*Noel Chamberlain, Bishop of Trinidad and Tobago (1957–1961)
*Hibbert Binney Bishop of Nova Scotia (1851-1887)
*Mark Oakley, Archdeacon of Germany and Northern Europe
*Ernest Henry Shears, Archdeacon of Durban (1887-1892), partner of James Shears and Sons
*Ronald Sargison Dean of St George's Cathedral, Georgetown (1957-1961)
*Alan Hopes, Auxiliary Bishop of Westminster
*Thomas Pelham Dale, Anglo-Catholic ritualist clergyman, famous for being imprisoned for ritualist practices
*Charles Taylor, Christian Hebraist, former Master of St John's College, Cambridge
*Sidney Thelwall, clergyman and Christian scholar
*Frederick Spurrell, priest and archaeologist
*Walter Homolka, German rabbi

Literature

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John Keats]
*John Keats, principal poet of the English Romantic movement. [cite web|url=http://www.kcl.ac.uk/about/history/people/keats.html|title=Famous King's writers=King's College London|date=2005|accessdate=2008-01-16]
*Thomas Hardy, novelist and poet of the naturalist movement. [cite web|url=http://www.kcl.ac.uk/about/history/people/keats.html|title=Famous King's writers=King's College London|date=2005|accessdate=2008-01-16]
*Arthur C. Clarke, science fiction writer and inventor. [cite web|url=http://www.kcl.ac.uk/about/history/people/keats.html|title=Famous King's writers=King's College London|date=2005|accessdate=2008-01-16]
*W. Somerset Maugham, novelist and playwright. [cite web|url=http://www.kcl.ac.uk/about/history/people/keats.html|title=Famous King's writers=King's College London|date=2005|accessdate=2008-01-16]
*W. S. Gilbert, dramatist, one half of Gilbert and Sullivan. [cite web|url=http://www.kcl.ac.uk/about/history/people/keats.html|title=Famous King's writers=King's College London|date=2005|accessdate=2008-01-16]
*C. S. Forester, historical novelist, author of the best-selling Hornblower Saga. [cite web|url=http://www.penguin.co.uk/nf/Author/AuthorPage/0,,1000011159,00.html|title=C.S. Forester biography=Penguin Books|date=2005|accessdate=2008-01-16]
*Charles Kingsley, novelist, most famous for his children's novel The Water-Babies, later Regius Professor of Modern History at the University of Cambridge . [cite web|url=http://www.kcl.ac.uk/about/history/people/keats.html|title=Famous King's writers=King's College London|date=2005|accessdate=2008-01-16]
*Alain de Botton, writer, philosopher and television producer. [cite web|url=http://www.kcl.ac.uk/alumni/about/known/|title=King's College London - Notable Alumni|date=2006|accessdate=2008-01-16]
*John Ruskin, author, poet, artist, art critic and social critic. [cite web|url=http://www.kcl.ac.uk/about/history/people/keats.html|title=Famous King's writers=King's College London|date=2005|accessdate=2008-01-16]
*Sir Leslie Stephen, author and mountaineer. [cite web|url=http://www.nndb.com/people/089/000097795/|title=Sir Leslie Stephen|accessdate=2008-08-06]
*Virginia Woolf, novelist and essayist. [cite web|url=http://books.google.com/books?id=sew4TR3oNEAC&pg=PR40&lpg=PR40&dq=to+the+lighthouse+history+and+greek+king's+college+london&source=web&ots=jcw8hy-ZxD&sig=Hk9KHj9o1c7zqROLSmvtTvyQBa8|title=Virginia Woolf, To the Lighthouse=Google Books|date=2005|accessdate=2008-01-16]
*Anita Brookner, Booker Prize winning novelist and art historian, former Slade Professor at the University of Cambridge. [cite web|url=http://www.contemporarywriters.com/authors/?p=auth19|title=Anita Brookner|accessdate=2008-08-06]
*Radclyffe Hall, poet and author. [cite web|url=http://www.apurnell.com/wilreadings/Hall.htm|title=Radclyffe Hall|accessdate=2008-08-06]
*Maureen Duffy, novelist, poet and screenwriter
*Susan Howatch, author
*Elizabeth Smart, novelist and poet
*Henry Kingsley, novelist
*Michael Morpurgo, writer
*Susan Hill, novelist
*Sir George Webbe Dasent, writer, assistant editor of The Times and former Professor at King's College London
*Sir Edwin Arnold, poet and journalist
*Sir Walter Besant, novelist, historian and academic
*Dannie Abse, writer and poet
*Alexander Masters, Whitbread Award winning author and screenwriter. [cite web|url=http://www.independent.co.uk/news/people/how-we-met-alexander-masters-amp-andrew-smith-457086.html|title=Alexander Masters|accessdate=2008-08-06]
*Henry Morley, writer and academic
*Alfred Ainger, biographer and critic
*Michael Roberts, poet, writer and broadcaster
*Simon Ings, novelist
*Storm Jameson, novelist
*Bea Gonzalez, novelist and lecturer
*Mike Dash, writer, journalist and researcher of anomalous phenomena
*Molly Lefebure, writer
*Vernon Richards, anarchist editor and author
*Menon Marath, novelist
*David Watmough, novelist, playwright and academic
*Charles Finger, author
*Chris Genoa, Bizarro comedic novelist
*Ronan Bennett, novelist and screenwriter
*Helen Cresswell, children's author and screenwriter

Entertainment

*Rory Bremner, impressionist and political satirist. [cite web|url=http://www.kcl.ac.uk/alumni/about/known/|title=King's College London - Notable Alumni|date=2006|accessdate=2008-01-16]
*Graeme Garden, comedian, actor, television director, author and physician, member of The Goodies comedy trio (1970-1982), panellist on BBC Radio's I'm Sorry I Haven't a Clue
*Jane Tranter, BBC television Head of Fiction
*Michael Barry BBC Television Head of Drama (1952–1961)
*Jonathan Maitland, television presenter and consumer journalist
*Sir Charles Wyndham, actor
*Clifford Rose, actor
*Sue Carpenter, television presenter
*Juliette Goodman, actress
*Henry Kemble, actor, member of the famed Kemble family
*Ashraf Safdar, actor and journalist
*Cat Porter, television presenter
*Gemma Williams, actress
*Georgina Bouzova, actress

cience, Mathematics and Technology

cience

*David Bellamy, botanist. [cite web|url=http://www.kcl.ac.uk/content/1/c4/37/95/profile2007.pdf|title=Notable Alumni=King's College London|date=2005|accessdate=2008-01-16]
*Thomas Hodgkin, pathologist who discovered of Hodgkin's disease. [cite web|url=http://www.kcl.ac.uk/about/history/people/hodgkin.html|title=Famous People: Thomas Hodgkin=King's College London|date=2005|accessdate=2008-01-16]
*Sir William Christie, Astronomer Royal (1881-1910), Fellow of the Royal Society
*St. George Jackson Mivart, biologist, Fellow of the Royal Society
*Frank Farmer, physicist
*Michael Denton, biochemist and author
*Henry William Bristow, geologist, Fellow of the Royal Society
*Claudio Maccone, space scientist
*Charles Frederick Cross, chemist
*William Saville-Kent, marine biologist

Mathematics

*Henry William Watson, mathematician, Fellow of the Royal Society

Computer Science

*Ian Cullimore, instigator of the PC card and the main inventor of the Atari Portfolio and Poqet PC pocket PC's
*Kamran Parsaye, originator of the concept of data mining
*Steve Bourne, author of the Bourne shell the foundation for the standard command line interfaces to Unix

Journalism

*Martin Bashir, journalist famous for high-profile interviews with Diana, Princess of Wales, Michael Jackson et al. [cite web|url=http://www.kcl.ac.uk/news/news_details.php?news_id=442&year=2005|title=Martin Bashir: King's alumnus to anchor US TV news show=King's College London|date=2005|accessdate=2008-01-16]
*Jane Corbin, journalist for the BBC's Panorama programme
*Benjamin Cohen, Channel 4 News technology correspondent and dot.com entrepreneur
*John Thadeus Delane, editor of The Times (1841-1877)
*Hargreaves Parkinson, editor of The Financial Times (1945-1950)
*Sophie Long, BBC News journalist
*Gwynne Dyer, journalist, syndicated columnist and military historian, formerly a Senior Lecturer in War Studies at the Royal Military Academy Sandhurst
*Daniel Ford, American journalist, novelist, military historian
*Matthew Halton, Canadian journalist
*Claire Rayner, journalist and agony aunt
*Ira Mathur, journalist
*John Sandes, Australian journalist and author

Music

*John Deacon, bassist for the rock band Queen. [cite web|url=http://www.kcl.ac.uk/alumni/about/known/|title=King's College London - Notable Alumni|date=2006|accessdate=2008-01-16]
*Michael Nyman, composer and musicologist
*Sir John Eliot Gardiner, conductor
*Andy Mackay, saxophonist for the art rock group Roxy Music
*Kele Okereke, Bloc Party vocalist and guitarist
*Suzi Digby, conductor and musician, judge on BBC's Last Choir Standing
*Richard Coles, multi-instrumentalist for the band The Communards, journalist and priest
*John Evan, keyboardist for Jethro Tull
*Gilli Smyth, musician who performed with Gong amongst others, formerly a Professor at the Sorbonne
*Alice Martineau, singer and songwriter
*Davitt Moroney, musicologist, harpsichordist and organist, academic at the University of California, Berkeley
*Jeremy Summerly, conductor, Head of Academic Studies at the Royal Academy of Music
*David Bruce, composer
*John Moran, musician and musicologist
*Raja Kashif, singer

Business & Economics

*Alfred de Rothschild, banker, philanthropist and director of the Bank of England, member of the prominent Rothschild family
*Stephen Bernard Streater, founder of Eidos
*Eric Nicoli, CEO of EMI, Non-Executive Chairman of HMV, The Tussauds Group, and of the cinema chain Vue
*William Foyle, co-founder of Foyles bookshop
*Calouste Gulbenkian, Armenian oil magnate and philanthropist
*Johnny Hon, entrepreneur
*Conrad Windham, entrepreneur
*Lewis Luk, businessman

Educationists

*Anthony Seldon, Master of Wellington College, political commentator best known as Tony Blair's biographer
*Dean Farrar, Master of Marlborough College (1871-1876) and theologian
*Paul K. Davis, military historian, presently teaching

port

*Gary Lineker, sports broadcaster and former England international footballer. [cite web|url=http://www.tv.com/gary-lineker/person/145511/biography.html|title=Gary Lineker Biography|date=2006|accessdate=2008-01-24]
*Barry Davies, sports commentator
*Harry Gem, alongside his friend Augurio Perera, is credited as the earliest inventor of lawn tennis
*Andrew Watson, Scottish international footballer, world's first black international football player
*Leigh Richmond Roose, Welsh international goalkeeper
*Thomas Hollingdale, Welsh international rugby player, latterly a clergyman
*Ayoola Erinle, rugby union player currently with Leicester Tigers
*Kieran West, Olympic gold medal winning rower
*Katherine Grainger, Olympic medal winning rower
*Frances Houghton, Olympic medal winning rower
*Annie Vernon, Olympic medal winning rower
*Adam Langley-Khan, racing driver

Other

*Sir John Wolfe-Barry, civil engineer famous for the construction of Tower Bridge, President of the Institution of Civil Engineers (1896-1898)
*Harry Golombek, chess grandmaster
*Christopher Geidt, Private Secretary to Queen Elizabeth II
*Mark Sever Bell, recipient of the Victoria Cross
*Sir Ivison Macadam, first President of the National Union of Students, former Director-General of the Royal Institute of International Affairs
*Muhammad Abdul Bari, Secretary General of the Muslim Council of Britain
*Sir William Tritton, co-inventor of the tank
*Dame Vera Laughton Mathews, Director of the Women's Royal Naval Service (1940-1946)
*Paddy Tomkins, HM Chief Inspector of Constabulary for Scotland
*Ronald Moody, sculptor

*Richard Grunberger, historian
*Sir L. Dudley Stamp
*Sidney Wooldridge
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