Larne - Notable People

Notable People

  • Aaron Black, Footballer
  • Billy Brown, Musician
  • Father Pat Buckley, Independent Catholic priest.
  • Michael Gregory Campbell, Bishop of Lancster
  • Dave Clements, Footballer and football manager.
  • Fyfe Ewing, Musician, Drummer, formerly with rock band Therapy?
  • Robert Ferguson, Disc jockey
  • Keith Gillespie, Sheffield United and Northern Ireland midfielder.
  • Mark Haggan, Businessman & Charity activist
  • Richard Hayward, actor, singer and author
  • Valerie Hobson, actress
  • Jeff Hughes, Footballer
  • Michael Hughes, Wimbledon and Coventry City footballer
  • Valerie Lilley, actor from TV programmme Shameless
  • Phillip Magee, The X Factor (UK series 2) finalist.
  • Sir Ivan Magill, Anesthesiologist
  • Dave McAuley, former IBF Flyweight world champion boxer.
  • Bobby McKee, Democratic Unionist Party councillor and former Ulster Volunteer Force member.
  • Jack McKee, Alderman and Veteran Loyalist politician and brother of Bobby.
  • Michael McKeegan, Musician, with rock band Therapy?
  • Amanda McKittrick Ros, author and poet taught at Millbrook National School in the 1880s.
  • Eddie Mooney, Musician, with The Dakotas and The Fortunes.
  • Hugh Nelson, Lieutenant Governor of British Columbia (1830–1893).
  • Robert Nelson, electronic music producer making up half of Agnelli & Nelson.
  • Jonathan Rea, world superbike rider
  • Keith Semple of One True Voice from the ITV series Popstars The Rivals.
  • Harry Towb, Actor

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