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  • Tony Blair
    Tony Blair
    Tony Blair

    Tony Blair, UK politician and Prime Minister 1997 - 2007

  • Craig Gordon
    Craig Gordon
    Craig Gordon

    Craig Sinclair Gordon (born 31 December 1982 in Edinburgh, Scotland), the Scottish footballer, currently a goalkeeper for both Sunderland and the Scotland national team

  • Ian Charleson
    Ian Charleson
    Ian Charleson

    Ian Charleson (August 11 1949 - January 6 1990), the Scottish actor in whose honour The Ian Charleson Awards, the establishedBorn and raised in Edinburgh, Charleson attended the Royal High School and then went on to attend the University of Edinburgh

  • Edwyn Collins
    Edwyn Collins
    Edwyn Collins

    Edwyn Collins (born August 23, 1959 in Edinburgh), the Scottish musician

  • Christophe Berra
    Christophe Berra
    Christophe Berra

    Christophe Diddier Berra (born 31 January 1985, in Edinburgh), the professional footballer who plays in defence and is captain of Heart of Midlothian

  • Danny Alexander
    Danny Alexander
    Danny Alexander

    Daniel Grian 'Danny' Alexander (born May 15, 1972), the Scottish politician, and the Liberal Democrat Member of Parliament for Inverness, Nairn, Badenoch and Strathspey

  • Garry O'Connor
    Garry O'Connor
    Garry O'Connor

    Garry Lawrence O'Connor (born May 7, 1983 in Edinburgh), the Scottish professional footballer who currently plays for Birmingham City

  • Alexander Melville Bell
    Alexander Melville Bell
    Alexander Melville Bell

    Alexander Melville Bell (March 1, 1819 - August 7, 1905), teacher and father of Alexander Graham Bell (the inventor of the telephone), born in Edinburgh, Scotland

  • Edmund Ironside
    Edmund Ironside
    Edmund Ironside

    Field Marshal William Edmund Ironside, 1st Baron Ironside GCB, CBE, CMG, DSO (6 May 1880 - 22 September 1959), the British soldier who played a significant role as commander of British forces in Persia in 1920-1921

  • Henry Brougham
    Henry Brougham
    Henry Brougham

    Henry Peter Brougham, 1st Baron Brougham and Vaux, 1778-1868, British statesman, b. Edinburgh