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BANKSY The famous artist, known as Banksy (real name possibly Robin Gunningham) is believed by some to have attended St.Brendan’s Sixth Form College for a short period of time in the late eighties. Concrete evidence of this is difficult to attain because of Banksy’s notorious anonymity. If any former pupil has more evidence to support this claim, please email tony@sanctibrendani.co.uk without delay!!!!!!!


(ROGER) SIMON BERRY
QC


SIMON ANTHONY BRADLEY
Chef – Ritz Hotel, Paris etc


His Hon Judge
JOHN DOMINIC FOLEY


BRENDAN HAMILTON HICKS
Doctor and author


ANTHONY HUGHES
1939 – 1944
Actor. Born in Bristol in 1928, after finishing at St.Brendan’s in 1944, did his National Service in The Middle East and on his return took up a career in show business. He appeared in many TV programmes. M. 3 children. Sadly, contracted liver cancer and passed away in February 2011.


Professor DAVID JOHN JOHNS CBE


(GERALD) JOHN PASCOE
Opera Designer/Director


PAUL LAVERS
1961 - 1967
Actor. Roles include a character in the Doctor Who (BBC TV) Series, plus many others including the well known TV Shopping Channel QVC, where he appeared as anchor man for several years. As a schoolboy he used to make films using a home movie camera.


MIKE RAFTER
1963 – 1968
England rugby star.


MARK REGAN
1989-1990
Rugby union player. Played for England 46 times between 1995 and 2008. Awarded MBE. He became the first player to make his England debut in the professional era of rugby union in 1995.


JEREMY RIGDEN
1961 - 1969
Success in the Catholic Church led him to become the Monsignor Jeremy Rigden - Vicar General.