Alumni of the University of St Andrews

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  1. Kate Middleton

    Kate Middleton

    525,932 views
    English princess

  2. Prince William Windsor

    Prince William Windsor

    102,636 views
    Elder son of Charles, Prince of Wales

  3. Jonathan Taylor Thomas

    Jonathan Taylor Thomas

    99,875 views
    Actor

  4. Olivier Sarkozy

    Olivier Sarkozy

    17,262 views
    French-American businessman

  5. Saba Douglas-Hamilton

    Saba Douglas-Hamilton

    2,700 views
    Kenyan wildlife conservationist and television presenter

  6. Louise Minchin

    Louise Minchin

    2,386 views
    British, Journalist

  7. Siobhan Redmond

    Siobhan Redmond

    2,035 views
    British actor

  8. Ian McDiarmid

    Ian McDiarmid

    1,744 views
    British, Actor

  9. Crispin Bonham-Carter

    Crispin Bonham-Carter

    1,327 views
    British actor

  10. Michelle Duncan

    Michelle Duncan

    932 views
    Scottish, Actor

  11. Hazel Irvine

    Hazel Irvine

    672 views
    British sports broadcaster

  12. George Hill

    George Hill

    600 views
    Scottish Minister, Moderator of the General Assembly, Principal St Mary's College

  13. Alastair Reynolds

    Alastair Reynolds

    108 views
    Novelist and astronomer

  14. Alex Salmond

    Alex Salmond

    95 views
    British politician

  15. Charles B. Macdonald

    Charles B. Macdonald

    51 views
    Amateur golfer, golf course architect

  16. Alexander Scrymgeour, 12th Earl of Dundee

    Alexander Scrymgeour, 12th Earl of Dundee

    48 views

    Alexander Henry Scrymgeour, 12th Earl of Dundee (born 5 June 1949) is a Scottish peer and Conservative politician.


  17. Fay Weldon

    Fay Weldon

    46 views
    Writer

  18. Gavin Hamilton

    Gavin Hamilton

    46 views

    Captain Gavin John Hamilton MC (died 10 June 1982) was the Officer Commanding (OC) 19 (Mountain) Troop, D Squadron, 22 Special Air Service (SAS) during the Falklands War in 1982. He was killed whilst behind enemy lines on West Falkland on 10 June 1982. Hamilton was a Green Howards officer before passing SAS selection and being attached to 22 SAS. He was the first ever posthumous recipient of the Military Cross and the only such recipient until the war in Afghanistan nearly twenty years later.


  19. Adam Bond

    Adam Bond

    43 views
    Actor

  20. Danny Blanchflower

    Danny Blanchflower

    36 views
    Footballer

  21. Nicholas Moore

    Nicholas Moore

    35 views
    Poet

  22. Damian Hopley

    Damian Hopley

    33 views
    English rugby union player

  23. David Butler

    David Butler

    33 views

    David Dalrymple Butler (12 November 1927 – 27 May 2006) was a Scottish writer of numerous screenplays and teleplays who won a Primetime Emmy Award and was nominated for an Academy Award and a Golden Globe Award.


  24. Colin Falconer

    Colin Falconer

    31 views

    Colin Falconer (1623–1686) was a 17th century Scottish minister and bishop. Born in 1623, he was the son of Beatrix Falconer née Dunbar and her husband William Falconer of Dunduff. He graduated in the liberal arts at St Leonard's College, University of St Andrews, and moved on to become a clergyman. His first charge, Essil parish church in the diocese of Moray, was held until he was translated to Forres parish.


  25. John Campbell, 9th Duke of Argyll

    John Campbell, 9th Duke of Argyll

    28 views
    British politician

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