List of people from Brighton and Hove

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This is a list of notable inhabitants of the city of Brighton and Hove in England. This includes the once separate towns of Brighton and Hove.

Note that in the case of persons still living, they may not currently live within the area of the city, but have done so at some time.

For clarification: note the distinction between Kemptown and Kemp Town.

Name Field Notability Connection with
Brighton and Hove
Notes Refs
Abbott, Saunders AlexiusSaunders Alexius Abbott Military Army officer in the East India Company Died at Grand Avenue Mansions, Hove in 1894 [1]
Ades, StevenSteven Ades Sport Cricketer for Sussex Born in Brighton in 1982 [2]
Addinsell, RichardRichard Addinsell Entertainment Composer of the Warsaw Concerto and many film soundtracks Lived at Chichester Terrace, Kemp Town between 1960 and 1977 Commemorated by a blue plaque on his house
Addison, WilliamWilliam Addison Science Physician and Fellow of the Royal Society Died in Brighton in 1881
Ainsworth, William HarrisonWilliam Harrison Ainsworth Humanities Historical novelist. His locally themed novels include Ovingdean Grange and Old Court, which mentions the Old Ship Hotel Lived at 5 Arundel Terrace, Kemp Town between 1853 and 1867 Commemorated by a blue plaque on his house and by Brighton & Hove Bus Company bus number 423 [3][4]
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Alborough, PaulPaul Alborough Entertainment Steampunk and chap hop musician Lived in Brighton; now lives in Portslade [6]
Alcott, ChemmyChemmy Alcott Sport Formerly Britain's top alpine skier Born in Hove in 1982 [7]
Alexander, HenryHenry Alexander Sport Cricketer for Harrow School and Cambridge University Born in Brighton in 1841 [2]
Allan, ElizabethElizabeth Allan Entertainment Film actress Lived at 3 Courtney Terrace, Hove from 1977 until her death in 1990 Commemorated by a blue plaque on the block of flats and by Brighton & Hove Bus Company bus number 655 [5][8]
Allen, LeightonLeighton Allen Sport Footballer for Colchester United Born in Brighton in 1973 [9]
Allen, PeterPeter Allen Sport Footballer for Leyton Orient Born in Brighton in 1946 Now a partner in Portslade solicitors firm Deibel & Allen [10][11]
Allingham, HenryHenry Allingham Other Supercentenarian and formerly the world's oldest man Moved to St Dunstan's care home at Ovingdean in 2006 aged 109; died there in 2009 aged 113 Commemorated by Brighton & Hove Bus Company bus number 808 [5][12]
Anderson, EmmaEmma Anderson Entertainment Guitarist and songwriter of indie music bands Lush and Sing-Sing Lived in Brighton from 2008 [13]
Anscombe, FrankFrank Anscombe Education Statistician and founder of Yale University's statistics department Born in Hove in 1918 [14]
Arkell-Smith, ValerieValerie Arkell-Smith Other Crossdressing woman who impersonated an RAF officer and was known as Colonel Sir Victor Barker Moved into the Grand Hotel in 1923 Married another woman at St Peter's Church, Brighton, in 1932 [15]
Armour, NormanNorman Armour Politics American diplomat Born in Brighton in 1887 while his parents were on holiday [16]
Ashbury, James LloydJames Lloyd Ashbury Politics Yachtsman and Member of Parliament Lived in Brighton
Astor, 1st Viscount Astor, William WaldorfWilliam Waldorf Astor, 1st Viscount Astor Politics American attorney, politician, hotel founder and member of the Astor family Lived in Brighton until his death in 1919
Atkinson, BruceBruce Atkinson Entertainment Poker player ("Elvis Senior") Lives in Brighton [17]
Attree, Michael "Atters"Michael "Atters" Attree Entertainment Satirist, comedy writer and performer
Austin, WilliamWilliam Austin Arts Artist, engraver and caricaturist Died in Brighton in 1820
Ayass, DeanDean Ayass Entertainment Television wrestling commentator
Baboulene, DavidDavid Baboulene Humanities Humorous travel writer, scriptwriter and story theory expert Lives in Brighton and is based at the University of Brighton School of Education [18]
Baddeley, WalterWalter Baddeley Religion Bishop of Melanesia 1932–1947 Born in Portslade and attended Varndean School In 1962 the north aisle of St Andrew's Church, Portslade was redesigned to form a memorial to him [19]
Bader, AlfredAlfred Bader Science Research chemist and art collector Evacuated to Hove in 1938 as part of the Kindertransport scheme; lived at 85 Holland Road and attended East Hove Senior School for Boys Bader was a regular attendee at the Middle Street Synagogue, Brighton [19]
Bailey, EwanEwan Bailey Entertainment Actor, writer and voice artist Born in Brighton in 1966; educated at Brighton College [20]
Baillie-Hamilton, William A.William A. Baillie-Hamilton Politics Scottish civil servant, barrister, military captain and footballer Born in Brighton in 1844 Played for Scotland in its first ever football match against England [21]
Baker, John RomanJohn Roman Baker Arts Playwright and novelist (mostly with gay themes) Born in Brighton and has lived there for much of his life
Ball, ZoëZoë Ball Entertainment Broadcaster Lives at Western Esplanade on Hove seafront Daughter of Johnny Ball [22]
Barker, HowardHoward Barker Arts Playwright Has lived in Brighton since the 1980s [23]
Barnes, CarolCarol Barnes Entertainment ITV newsreader Lived at Brighton Marina until her death in 2008 Commemorated by Brighton & Hove Bus Company bus number 701 and by The Argus newspaper's Carol Barnes Courageous Child of the Year Award [5][24]
Barnett, Charles JamesCharles James Barnett Sport Cricketer for the M.C.C. and politician Died in Brighton in 1882 [25]
Bastedo, AlexandraAlexandra Bastedo Entertainment Actress Born in Hove in 1946 and attended Hove Grammar School for Girls [26]
Baynes, PaulinePauline Baynes Arts Illustrator, notably of books by C.S. Lewis and Tolkien Born in Brighton in 1922 [27]
Beal, Ernest FrederickErnest Frederick Beal Military Recipient of Victoria Cross in World War I Born in Brighton in 1883, lived at East Street and Lewes Road, and attended Brighton Grammar School Brighton's only Victoria Cross recipient in World War I. Commemorated on Brighton War Memorial and by Brighton & Hove Bus Company bus number 626 [28][29]
Beardsley, AubreyAubrey Beardsley Arts Fin de siècle artist Born at 31 Buckingham Road, West Hill in 1872; also lived at Lower Rock Gardens, Kemptown Commemorated by a blue plaque at his birthplace and by Brighton & Hove Bus Company bus number 603 [5][30]
Beardsley, MabelMabel Beardsley Entertainment Actress Born in Brighton in 1871 Sister of Aubrey Beardsley [31]
Beardyman Entertainment Beatbox musician Moved to Brighton in 2001 to study at the University of Sussex
Beck, IanIan Beck Arts Illustrator and author Born in Brighton in 1947 and attended Brighton College of Art[32]
Behan, BrianBrian Behan Humanities Writer, playwright and political activist Lived in Brighton from 1990 [33]
Bemister, WilliamWilliam Bemister Entertainment Documentary filmmaker Born in Brighton in 1948 [34]
Best, EdnaEdna Best Entertainment Actress Born in Hove in 1900 [35]
Best, KeithKeith Best Politics Former Brighton Borough councillor and Member of Parliament for Anglesey Born in Brighton in 1949 and attended Brighton College [36]
Bevan, RobertRobert Bevan Arts Artist Born at 17 Brunswick Square, Hove in 1865 [37]
Beves, GordonGordon Beves Sport South African cricket umpire Born in Brighton in 1862 [38]
Billinton, L. B.L. B. Billinton Industry London, Brighton and South Coast Railway locomotive engineer and designer Born in Brighton in 1882 [39]
Birdengine Entertainment Freak folk singer-songwriter Lives in Brighton [40]
Birk, AlmaAlma Birk (Baroness Birk) Politics Labour politician and journalist Born at 10 Belgrave Place, Brighton in 1917 [41]
Bishop, RussellRussell Bishop Other Sex offender Born in Brighton in 1966 Assaulted and tried to murder a 7-year-old girl; and accused but acquitted of notorious Babes in the Wood murders in Wild Park, Moulsecoomb
Black, ClementinaClementina Black Politics Trades unionist, feminist and writer Born in Brighton in 1854 and died there in 1922 [42]
Black, DeniseDenise Black Entertainment Actress who played Denise Osbourne in Coronation Street Lives in Freshfield Road in Kemptown [43]
Black, WilliamWilliam Black Humanities Novelist Lived at 1 Paston Place, Kemptown from 1879 until his death in 1898
Blackstone, William SeymourWilliam Seymour Blackstone Politics Member of Parliament for Wallingford, Oxfordshire Died in Brighton in 1881
Blake, HowardHoward Blake Entertainment Composer, pianist, conductor and lyricist Grew up in Brighton; attended Downs Junior School (1944–49) and Brighton Grammar School (1950–57)
Blanchett, CateCate Blanchett Entertainment Actress Lived in Brighton for several years in the mid-2000s [44][45]
Bloom, TonyTony Bloom Entertainment Professional poker player and chairman of Brighton & Hove Albion F.C. Born in Brighton in 1970
Blundell, TomTom Blundell Science Biochemist Born in Brighton in 1942 [46]
Bobby, MonsterMonster Bobby (Bobby Barry) Entertainment Musician; founded and played with The Pipettes Born in Brighton in 1981
Bodenham, MartinMartin Bodenham Sport Football referee and cricket umpire Born in Brighton 1950 [47]
Boko, BenjiBenji Boko Entertainment DJ and record producer Born in Brighton [48]
Booth, EdwardEdward Booth Science Naturalist and taxidermist Went to school in Brighton and lived there until his death in 1890 The building he constructed on Dyke Road in Prestonville to house his collection of specimens is now the Booth Museum of Natural History [49]
Booty, FrederickFrederick Booty Arts Artist, philatelist and author of world's first illustrated stamp catalogue Lived in Brighton
Boswall, JefferyJeffery Boswall Science Ornithologist and natural history producer for the BBC Born in Brighton in 1931 [50]
Botting, JamesJames Botting Other Hangman at Newgate Prison Lived in Brighton; died in Hove in 1837
Braban, HarveyHarvey Braban Entertainment Actor Born in Brighton in 1883 [51]
Bray, CharlieCharlie Bray Sport Cricketer for Essex Born in Portslade in 1898 Bray later became a journalist [52]
Brewin, AndrewAndrew Brewin Politics Canadian politician Born in Brighton in 1907 [53]
Bridge, FrankFrank Bridge Arts Composer Born at 7 North Road, Brighton in 1879 Commemorated by Brighton & Hove Bus Company bus number 662 [54][5]

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  • Boyd Irwin, actor, appeared in 135 films between 1915 and 1948, was born in Brighton in 1880

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  61. ^ Cecil Butcher
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  92. ^ Philip Davies
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