List of Old Malvernians
Old Malvernians are alumni of Malvern College, an independent day and boarding school in Malvern, Worcestershire, England that was founded in 1865. Originally a school for boys aged 9 to 18, it merged in 1992 with a private boys primary school and an independent school for girls to become coeducational for pupils aged 3 to 18.
Many alumni have gained recognition in such fields as the military, politics, business, science, culture and sport. Among the most famous are spymaster James Jesus Angleton, former head of the CIA's counter-intelligence; Aleister Crowley, the controversial but influential occultist; actor Denholm Elliott, sportsman R. E. Foster, the only man to have captained England at both cricket and football; and novelist C. S. Lewis, author of The Chronicles of Narnia. Other well-known personalities include businessman Baron MacLaurin, a former Chairman of Tesco and Vodafone; Jeremy Paxman, journalist, author, and BBC presenter of Newsnight and University Challenge; and Baron Weatherill, the former Speaker of the British House of Commons. Old Malvernians who have become heads of state or government include the eponymously titled Viscount Malvern and Najib Tun Razak, the Prime Minister of Malaysia since 2009. The former was the British Commonwealth's longest serving Prime Minister by the time he left office. Old Malvernian Nobel Prize winners include Francis William Aston, winner of the 1922 Nobel Prize for Chemistry, and James Meade, winner of the Nobel Prize for Economics in 1977.
- Lascelles Abercrombie, (1881–1938), poet, journalist, critic 
- Diran Adebayo, novelist, critic
- Brian Aherne, actor
- John Anderson, 3rd Viscount Waverley
- James Jesus Angleton, spymaster. Source of inspiration for the character Edward Wilson in the film The Good Shepherd.
- Nicholas Argenti, philatelist.
- Michael Arlen, author, playwright
- Francis William Aston, chemist and physicist, won the Nobel Prize in Chemistry in 1922 for work on mass spectrometry.
- Frederick Eden, 6th Baron Auckland
- Nick Baam, author, Malvern.
- Ralph Alger Bagnold, geo-morphologist, pioneering desert explorer, founder & commander of the LRDG
- Charles Bambridge (1858–1935), England international footballer and captain
- Sir Hugh Shakespear Barnes, British Indian administrator
- Admiral of the Fleet Sir Varyl Begg, First Sea Lord, Governor of Gibraltar
- Prince Joachim of Belgium, Archduke of Austria-Este
- Humphry Berkeley, politician, humourist
- Walter Bromley-Davenport, politician
- Sir Stephen Brown, judge
- Vice Admiral Sir Peter Buchanan, naval officer
- Tej Bunnag, eminent Thai diplomat, politician
- Cuthbert Burnup, England footballer, cricketer
- Claude Burton, cricketer
- Philip Bushill-Matthews, politician
- Henry Montgomery Campbell, bishop
- Benedict Carpenter, sculptor
- Colonel Duncan Carter-Campbell of Possil
- George Chesterton, cricketer
- David Chipp, journalist, former chief editor of Reuters and the Press Association
- Prof Geoffrey Duncan Chisholm FRSE, surgeon and urologist
- Peter Churchill, intelligence officer in SOE F Section (1940−1945)
- Horatio Clare, writer
- Sir Andrew Cohen, Governor of Uganda, UK representative to the U.N. Trusteeship Council and Permanent Secretary of the Ministry of Overseas Development.
- Aleister Crowley, occultist
- Air Marshal Sir Denis Crowley-Milling, flying ace in the Battle of Britain
- Arthur Day, cricketer.
- Samuel Day, cricketer, England international footballer
- James Delingpole, journalist
- Sir Edward Brandis Denham, colonial governor
- Sir John Dick-Lauder, 11th Baronet
- K.S Digvijaysinhji, (1895–1966), Maharaja Jam Sahib of Nawanagar
- Guy Disney, (1982—), First amputee jockey to win a horse race at a professional race-course in Britain (Feb. 2017).
- Monty Don, BBC television presenter, writer and speaker on horticulture.
- Sandy Duncan, athlete, general secretary of the British Olympic Association (1949-1975)
- Ricardo Ellcock, cricketer
- Sir John Ellerman, 2nd Baronet, shipping magnate, natural historian and philanthropist
- Denholm Elliott, actor
- Lloyd Embley, journalist, editor-in-chief of the Trinity Mirror group
- William Evans, cricketer
- Ambrose Evans-Pritchard, international business editor of the Daily Telegraph and author of The Secret Life of Bill Clinton.
- Air Vice-Marshal Sir Edward Fielden, Captain of The King's Flight and of The Queen's Flight
- Sir Eustace Twisleton-Wykeham-Fiennes, 1st Baronet of Banbury, politician, colonial governor
- Sir Gerald Fitzmaurice, barrister, judge
- Charles Fletcher-Cooke, politician
- Giles Foden, author of The Last King of Scotland
- "Fostershire", the Foster brothers who played for Worcestershire County Cricket Club:
- Basil Foster, Geoffrey Foster, Harry Foster, Maurice Foster, Neville Foster, Reginald "Tip" Foster, the only man to have captained England at both cricket and football, and Wilfrid "Bill" Foster
- Sir Murray Fox, surveyor, businessman, liveryman, Lord Mayor of London in 1974/75
- Major General John F. C. Fuller, military historian, strategist, occultist
- Sir Anthony Hastings George, British Consul-General in Shanghai and Boston
- Sir Peter Gibson, judge
- Carl Alexander Gibson-Hill (1911–1963), doctor, naturalist and Director of the Raffles Museum in Singapore
- Penrhyn Grant Jones, CBE, Assistant Judge of the British Supreme Court for China
- Doctor Greenwood (1860–1951), Blackburn Rovers and England international footballer
- William Mitchell Grundy, English headmaster
- Sir William Henry Hadow, English educationist, musicologist
- St. John Emile Clavering Hankin, Edwardian playwright
- Prince Christian of Hanover
- Prince Ernst August of Hanover
- Air Chief Marshal Sir James Donald Innes Hardman, flying ace, CAF (RAAF)
- Fred Hargreaves, England footballer
- General Sir Charles Henry Pepys Harington, Deputy Chief of the General Staff
- Oliver Harvey, 1st Baron Harvey of Tasburgh (1893–1968), diplomat
- Sir Peter Hilton WWII veteran
- Prince Alexander of Hohenzollern
- Errol Holmes, England cricketer
- Sir Peter Holmes, businessman, Chairman of Royal Dutch Shell
- Christmas Humphreys, lawyer, Buddhist author
- Arnold Jackson, athlete (1500m gold medallist, 1912 Summer Olympics); youngest ever British Army Brigadier-General, awarded DSO & Three Bars; barrister.
- Ivan Johnson, cricketer and journalist
- Shapur Kharegat journalist, editor and Asia Director of The Economist
- Donald Knight, England international cricketer
- Rory Laing, contestant on The Apprentice
- Sir Paul Ogden Lawrence, judge
- Geoffrey Legge, England cricketer
- Brian Lewis, 2nd Baron Essendon shipping, motor racing
- C. S. Lewis, novelist, scholar, Christian apologist. Author of The Chronicles of Narnia.
- Warren Lewis (brother of C.S.Lewis), historian
- Robert Foljambe, 4th Earl of Liverpool
- Lancelot Edward Lowther, 6th Earl of Lonsdale
- HSH Prince Joseph Wenzel of Liechtenstein, second in the line of succession to the Liechtensteiner throne and third in the Jacobite line of succession to the thrones of England, Scotland and Ireland.
- Ian MacLaurin, Baron MacLaurin of Knebworth, businessman, sports administrator
- Neil MacLaurin, cricketer, son of the above
- Godfrey Martin Huggins, 1st Viscount Malvern, Prime Minister of Southern Rhodesia and of Rhodesia and Nyasaland, once described as the longest serving Prime Minister in British Commonwealth history.
- Frank Mann, England cricket captain
- Ronald Mansbridge, publisher, author
- James Meade, economist, 1977 winner of the Nobel Prize in Economics
- Brian Mears, chairman of Chelsea FC
- Joe Mears, chairman of the Football Association
- General Sir John Mogg, Deputy Supreme Allied Commander Europe (DSACEUR)
- Air Chief Marshal Hrushikesh Moolgavkar, 9th Chief of Staff of the Indian Air Force
- Raymond Mortimer, writer, critic, literacy editor
- Eric Lawrence Moxey, recipient of the George Cross
- Kenneth Muir, recipient of the Victoria Cross
- Jonathan Myles-Lea, artist (landscape painter)
- Najib Tun Razak, Prime Minister of Malaysia
- David Nash, cricketer
- Sir Thomas Willans Nussey, 1st Baronet, barrister, politician
- Hubert Parker, Australian politician, Attorney-General of Western Australia
- Norman Partridge, cricketer
- Giles Paxman, diplomat, HM Ambassador to Spain.
- Jeremy Paxman, journalist, broadcaster, author, Giles's brother
- Thelwell Pike (1866–1957), England footballer
- James Tait Plowden-Wardlaw, clergyman
- Mark Pougatch, sports presenter
- Sir Ghillean Prance, botanist
- Ahmed Rashid, Pakistani journalist, author
- Christoper Reeves, banker
- Charles Henry Ridsdale, Anglican Bishop
- Sir Howard Robertson, architect
- Alan S C Ross, linguist and ultimate source and inspiration for Nancy Mitford's 'U and non-U' forms of behaviour and language usage.
- Irwin Peter Russell, poet, translator, critic
- Dominic Sandbrook, historian, author and journalist
- Wilfrid Guy Sanderson, clergyman
- Dennis Sciama (SH, 39-44), astrophysicist, author of The Unity of the Universe (1959)
- Major General Logan Scott-Bowden
- Oliver Selfridge, computer scientist
- Sir Tom Shebbeare, Director of Charities to His Royal Highness The Prince of Wales
- Roger Short, diplomat
- George Simpson-Hayward, England cricketer
- Sydney Goodsir Smith, poet, artist
- Christopher Evelyn Storrs, clergyman
- Alfred Stratford (1853–1914), England footballer and three times FA Cup winner with Wanderers F.C.
- I. M. B. Stuart (1902–1969), Ireland rugby footballer, schoolmaster, and author
- Lieutenant Colonel Sir George Stewart Symes, colonial governor
- Eddy Temple-Morris, DJ, record producer, TV presenter
- Peter Temple-Morris, Baron Temple-Morris, politician
- Sir Richard Thompson, 1st Baronet, politician
- Meredith Thring, inventor and writer on energy conservation
- Roger Tolchard, England cricketer
- Thomas Trotter, organist
- Orville Turnquest, Bahamian politician
- Neville Wadia, Bombay industrialist and philanthropist
- Fulke Walwyn (1910–1991), racehorse jockey and trainer 
- Bruce Bernard Weatherill, Baron Weatherill, politician, Speaker of the British House of Commons
- Sir John Wheeler-Bennett, historian
- John Baker White, politician, political writer, secret agent
- Maurice Wilks (1904–1963), motor and aeronautical engineer, businessman. Conceived and developed the Land Rover.
- Cecil Williamson, neopagan Witch
- Robert Wilson, Deputy Speaker of the Northern Ireland House of Commons
- Charles Wittenoom, Australian politician
- Lieutenant-Colonel John Woodhouse, pioneer of the SAS's selection systems
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