List of people from Stockport

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This is a list of people from Stockport, in North West England. The demonym of Stockport is Stopfordian, however, this list may include people from Bredbury, Cheadle, Cheadle Hulme, Marple, Reddish and Romiley, all from the wider Metropolitan Borough of Stockport. This list is arranged alphabetically by surname.

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  • Tom Ince (b. 1992), English footballer who plays for Crystal Palace, on loan from Blackpool, as a winger; son of former England captain Paul Ince

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  • Tony O'Shea (b. 1961) English darts player who competes in British Darts Organisation events.

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  • Daz Sampson (b. 1974), music/television producer; 2006 UK Eurovision Song Contest contestant
  • Michiel Scheffer (b. 1964), Dutch politician, regional minister for Gelderland
  • Darren Shahlavi (1972–2015), English actor, martial artist and stuntman
  • Samantha Siddall (b. 1982), Reddish-born actress known for playing Mandy Maguire in Shameless[44]
  • Richard Sykes (1839–1923), rugby player who helped found two major clubs; landowner in North Dakota, USA; founded five towns there, one named after his birthplace of Edgeley

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