List of people from Hampstead

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Keats House, Hampstead, where John Keats wrote "Ode to a Nightingale"

This is a list of notable people who have lived in Hampstead, an area of northwest London known for its intellectual, liberal, artistic, musical and literary associations. After 1917, and again in the 1930s, it became base to a community of avant garde artists and writers and was host to a number of émigrés and exiles from the Russian Revolution and Nazi Europe.[1][2] Amongst the people on this list who were born in Hampstead are politician Nigel Lawson, racing driver Damon Hill, actors Stephen Fry and Dirk Bogarde, novelist Evelyn Waugh, and the English educator and administrator Robert Laurie Morant. Several of the people on this list, including John Constable, Eleanor Farjeon, and Hugh Gaitskell are buried in the churchyard of St John-at-Hampstead. The Hampstead post code district (NW3) includes the neighbourhoods of Frognal, Chalk Farm, Swiss Cottage, Belsize Park, and parts of Primrose Hill.

Note: * indicates people born in Hampstead.

Music and dance[edit]

Composer Frederick Delius who lived at 44 Belsize Park Gardens from 1918 to 1919

Literature[edit]

Novelist and cartoonist George du Maurier who lived at 28 Hampstead Grove from 1874 to 1895

Theatre and film[edit]

Actress Judi Dench, whose cottage on Hampstead Heath was destroyed by fire in 1993[54]
Sophie Hunter and Benedict Cumberbatch were residents of Hampstead until 2015 where they moved to neighbouring Dartmouth Park

Visual arts and architecture[edit]

Former Prime Minister Ramsay MacDonald, who lived at 103 Frognal Lodge

Politics and social activism[edit]

Science and medicine[edit]

Media, journalism, and broadcasting[edit]

Sport[edit]

Other[edit]

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