Gunnersbury Boys' School

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Template:Infobox UK school Gunnersbury Boys' School is a Roman Catholic Secondary School for boys. It is situated in Brentford, London. [1]

Alumni

  • Kieran Campbell, Ireland/Ulster Rugby Union player
  • Adam Devlin, lead guitarist from Hounslow-based Indie band, The Bluetones
  • Rob Lozowski, England/Wasps Rugby Union player
  • Darren Molloy, former Wasps/Gloucester, Leinster Rugby Union Player
  • Dominic Peters, rugby player
  • Pat Lundy, drummer from heavy metal band, Funeral For a Friend
  • Marland Yarde, England/London Irish Rugby Union Player
  • Jasson Robles, Colombia Rugby Union Player

Gunnersbury Grammar School

  • Sir Diarmuid Downs CBE, Chairman from 1976-87 of Ricardo Consulting Engineers plc, and President from 1978-9 of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers (IMechE)
  • Robert Head, City Editor for thirty years of the Daily Mirror
  • Paul Jackson (producer), Chief Executive since 2009 of Eyeworks UK, Controller of BBC Entertainment from 1997-2000, and Chairman from 1994-6 of the Royal Television Society
  • Nick Knowles, TV presenter
  • Daniel McGrory, journalist
  • James Moir CBE, Controller from 1993-2005 of BBC Radio 2, also a BBC producer of quiz shows
  • Terry O'Neill (photographer)
  • Andy Picheta, TV director
  • Tony Slattery, comedian, actor
  • Richard O'Sullivan, actor
  • Mick O'Donnell, singer / guitarist with The Downliners Sect
  • Tom Marshall, guitar / piano / vocals with Harmony Grass and Buck's Fizz
  • Brian Willoughby, guitarist with Mary Hopkin, Strawbs, Craig & Willoughby, Joe Brown, Monty Python, New World, Nanci Griffith, Sweet's Brian Connolly

References

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External links

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