List of people from Wolverhampton

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This is a list of notable people born in, or associated with, the city of Wolverhampton in England.


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Richard Attwood, Formula One Grand Prix driver and 1970 24 Hours of Le Mans winner

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Sir William Maddock Bayliss (1860–1924) Co-discoverer of the peptide hormone secretin

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Louis Coatalen at Brooklands in the Sunbeam Nautilus in 1910

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Henry Fowler, 1st Viscount Wolverhampton (1830-1911)

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Dave Hill in 1981

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  • Stuart Lampitt - cricketer, right-handed batsman and a right-arm medium-pace bowler. He took 370 List A wickets in all for Worcestershire, a record for the county.[180]
  • Michael Langdon (born Frank Birtles, 1920–1991)- bass opera singer.[181]
Vice Admiral Sir Richard Leveson (1570-1605)

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John Marston (1836–1918) Cycle, motorcycle and car manufacturer

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George Phoenix. Self-Portrait. Wolverhampton Art Gallery

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Mark Speight (1965–2008)

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Dame Maggie Teyte DBE soprano (1888–1976)

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Statue of Billy Wright outside Molineux Stadium

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