List of people from Havering

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Among those who were born in the London Borough of Havering, or have dwelt within the borders of the modern borough are (alphabetical order):

A

  • Andy C – Worldwide renowned drum and bass dj and pioneer of the scene
  • Alex Day – British YouTuber and Singer

B

C

D

E

F

  • Ken Farnes – England cricketer, brought up at Gidea Park[3]
  • Frankie Sandford – Singer, currently one of The Saturdays and previously a member of S Club Juniors.
  • Five Star – Denise, Lorraine, Doris, Steadman and Delroy Pearson, brothers and sisters who made up the pop group who were hugely successful in the mid-late 1980's are from Romford.

G

H

  • Thomas Hammond – regicide of Charles I, tenant at Havering-atte-Bower[4]
  • Imogen Heap – Musician grew up in Havering Village
  • Rochelle Humes - Former member of S Club Juniors, current member of The Saturdays and television presenter of This Morning and The Xtra Factor.

J

K

L

M

O

P

S

U

W

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