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Christos "Chris" Achilléos, painter and illustrator
Theo Adams, performance artist
Andreas "Andrew" Adonis, Labour peer, politician, academic and journalist
James Alexandrou, actor and television presenter
Peter Andre, singer, songwriter, businessman, presenter and television personality
Lisa Andreas, singer
Christian and Nick Candy, property developers
Jake and Dinos Chapman, artists
Anastasios Christodoulou, Foundation Secretary of the Open University
Stephen Constantine, football manager
Costadinos Contostavlos (known as Dappy), rapper
Tula "Tulisa" Contostavlos, singer-songwriter
Antony Costa, singer-songwriter and actor
Peter Costa, professional poker player
Memnos Costi, television presenter and football player
Charidimos "Harry" Demetriou, professional poker player
Jason Demetriou, football player
Chris Dicomidis, rugby union player
Stavros "Stav" Economou, mixed martial artist
Sapphire Elia, actress, model and singer
Barry Evangeli, music producer
Costas Georgiou, soldier and mercenary
George Georgiou, photographer and photojournalist
Michael Georgiou, snooker player
Steven Georgiou (known as Cat Stevens or Yusuf Islam), singer-songwriter and education philanthropist
Jasmine Harman, television presenter
Demis Hassabis, artificial intelligence researcher, neuroscientist, computer game designer, and world-class gamer
D. G. Hessayon, gardener and writer
Sarah Ioannides, conductor
Nicky Ioannou, football player
Panayiotis Kalorkoti, contemporary artist
Simon Kassianides, actor, film director, producer and screenwriter
Anthony Kleanthous, football chairman
Jason Koumas, football player
Andy Kyriacou, rugby union player
Stephen Laughton, playwright
Dimitri Leonidas, actor
Stephanie Leonidas, actress
Georgina Leonidas, actress
Kristian Leontiou, rock singer
Martha and Eve, music and comedy duo
Andonis Michaelides (known as Mick Karn), musician and songwriter
Andrew Nicolaides, surgeon and medical expert
Kypros Nicolaides, medical expert
Alexis Nicolas, football player
Nicky Nicolau, football player
Antonis Nikolaidis, Commonwealth shooter
Costa Panayi, computer game programmer
James Panayi, football player
Georgios Panayiotou (known as George Michael), singer-songwriter and record producer
Irena Papadopoulos, nursing researcher
Linda Papadopoulos, psychologist and author
Panayiotis "Peter" Paphides, journalist and broadcast
Theo Paphitis, entrepreneur and broadcaster
Michael Paraskos, novelist and art critic
Andreas Pavlou (known as Andy Paul), musician and singer-songwriter
Stelios "Stel" Pavlou, author and screenwriter
Mike Pilavachi, charismatic Christian evangelist and author
Peter Polycarpou, actor
Giannis Sampson, football player
Sarbel Michael (known as Sarbel), singer
Sir Reo Stakis, hotel magnate
Alex Stavrinou, football player
Chris Toumazou, electronic engineer
Chris Tsangarides, record producer, sound engineer, and mixer
Charalambos Xanthos, restaurateur and poker player
Nico Yennaris, football player
Haris Zambarloukos, cinematographer


Nej Adamson

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Mustafa Aslanturk

Peri Aziz

Süleyman Başak

Adam Booth

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Zümrüt Cansel

Mutlu Çerkez

Hussein Chalayan

Kamil Ahmet Çörekçi

Mehmet Dalman

Prof. Mustafa Djamgoz

Meral Ece

Canan Ediboglu

Coşkun Ekim

Tracey Emin

Aslı Enver

Murat Erdoğan

Gönül Başaran Erönen

Mem Ferda

Akin Gazi

Ramadan Güney

Tamer Hassan

Hakan Hayrettin

Aykut Hilmi

Mustafa Hulusi

Atila Huseyin

Metin Hüseyin

Kemal Izzet

Muzzy Izzet

Işın Karaca

Jem Karacan

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Colin Kazim-Richards

Eylem Kızıl

Dervis Konuralp

Nasir Mazhar

Alp Mehmet

Billy Mehmet

Dave Mehmet

Dogan Mehmet

Mem Morrison

Tarkan Mustafa

Asil Nadir

Cosh Omar

Leon Osman

Arif Ozakca

Hal Ozsan

Sav Remzi

Ömer Rıza

Lawrence Rustem

Atesh Salih

Tolga Safer

Ziynet Sali

Danis Salman

Meliz Serman

Kemal Shahin

Ali Sönmez

Tash

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Soner Türsoy

Fatima Whitbread

Sezer Yurtseven

Anatol Yusef

Halil Zorba

Philip Arditti
Enzo Cilenti
Peter Capaldi
Tom Conti
Michael Costa
Christopher Lee
Michael Greco
John Hannah
Ray Lovelock (actor)
Max Minghella
Nico Mirallegro
Alfred Molina
Franco Nero
Cliff Parisi
Adrian Paul
Robert Rietti
George Rossi
Carlo Rota
Victor Spinetti
Stephen Storace
Ken Stott
Mark Strong
Joe Swash
Joe Tracini
Actresses[edit]
Ronnie Ancona
Esmé Bianco
Emily Bruni
Nina Conti
Paola Dionisotti
Claire Forlani
Louise Lombard
Montserrat Lombard
Cherie Lunghi
Nathalie Lunghi
Ida Lupino
Linda Lusardi
Silvana Mangano
Daniela Nardini
Tamzin Outhwaite
Gloria Paul
Suzi Quatro
Greta Scacchi
Gia Scala
Kaya Scodelario
Lucia Elizabeth Vestris
Rachel Weisz
Thaila Zucchi
Comedians[edit]
Ronni Ancona
Nina Conti
Armando Iannucci
Joe Pasquale
Victor Spinetti
Conductors[edit]
John Barbirolli
Mantovani
Nicolas Mori
Antonio Pappano
Dancers and choreographers[edit]
Flavia Cacace
Vincent Simone
Bruno Toniol
Lutfali Abdullayev (1914–1973), actor
Telman Adigozalov (1953–2010), actor
Aliagha Aghayev (1913–1983), actor
Alasgar Alakbarov (1910–1963), actor
Mirzaagha Aliyev (1883–1954), actor
Huseyn Arablinski (1881–1919), actor
Sayavush Aslan (1935–2013), actor
Mirza Babayev (1903–2003), actor and singer[1]
Shamsi Badalbeyli (1911–1986), theatre director and actor
Leyla Badirbeyli (1920–1999), actress.[2]
Hajibaba Baghirov (1932–2006), actor
Bahram Bagirzade (born 1972), actor, entertainer, comedian and film director
Rasim Balayev (born 1948), actor
Afag Bashirgyzy (born 1955), actress
Aghasadyg Garaybeyli (1897–1988), actor
Hokuma Gurbanova (1913–1988), actress
Nesrin Javadzadeh (born 1982), actress
Munavvar Kalantarli (1912–1962), actress and folk singer
Aygün Kazımova (born 1971), actress and singer
Fakhraddin Manafov (born 1955), actor
Jeyhun Mirzayev (1946–1993), actor and film director
Yashar Nuri (1951–2012), actor
Hamida Omarova (born 1957), actress
Hagigat Rzayeva (1907–1969), actress and singer
Latif Safarov (1920–1963), actor and film director
Barat Shakinskaya (1914–1999), actress
Abbas Mirza Sharifzadeh (1893–1938), actor and film director
Rza Tahmasib (1894–1980), actor
Hasanagha Turabov (1938–2003), actor
Eldaniz Zeynalov (1937–2001), actor
Nasiba Zeynalova (1916–2004), actress
Archaeologists and anthropologists[edit]
Jeyhun Hajibeyli (1891–1962), ethnographer and journalist
Mammadali Huseynov (1922–1994), archaeologist
Ishag Jafarzadeh (1895–1982), archaeologist and ethnographer
Architects[edit]
Sadig Dadashov (1905–1946), architect
Gasim bey Hajibababeyov (1811–1874), architect
Mammad Hasan Hajinski (1875–1931), architect and statesman
Mikayil Huseynov (1905–1992), architect
Karbalayi Safikhan Karabakhi (1817–1910), architect
Kamal Mammadbeyov (1924–1997), architect
Ajami Nakhchivani (12th–13th centuries), architect
Artists[edit]

Azim Azimzade was an Azerbaijani artist and prominent cartoonist.
Mikail Abdullayev (1921–2002), painter
Fuad Abdurahmanov (1915–1971), sculptor
Azim Azimzade (1880–1943), painter and graphic artist and the founder of Azerbaijani satirical graphics
Sattar Bahlulzadeh (1909–1974), impressionist painter
Omar Eldarov (born 1927), sculptor
Jalal Garyaghdi (1914–2001), sculptor
Bahruz Kangarli (1892–1922), painter, graphic artist and the founder of realistic easel painting of Azerbaijan
Tokay Mammadov (born 1927), sculptor
Boyukagha Mirzazade (1921–2007), painter
Rustam Mustafayev (1910–1940), scenic designer
Togrul Narimanbekov (1930–2013), painter
Vidadi Narimanbekov (1926–2001), painter
Mir Mohsun Navvab (1833–1918), calligrapher, poet, artist, music historian, astronomer, carpenter, chemist and mathematician
Maral Rahmanzade (1916–2008), graphic artist
Alakbar Rezaguliyev (1903–1974), painter
Tahir Salahov (born 1928), painter
Fuad Salayev (born 1943), sculptor
Broadcasters[edit]
Mirshahin Agayev (born 1963), TV presenter and journalist
Leyla Aliyeva (born 1986), TV presenter
Salatyn Asgarova ( 16 December 1961–9 January 1991), one of the leading war journalists in Azerbaijan, killed by Armenian militants on 9 January 1991
Nargiz Birk-Petersen (born 1976), TV presenter
Emin Efendi, TV presenter and record producer
Chingiz Mustafayev (August 29, 1960–June 15, 1992), one of the most notable independent Azerbaijani journalists
Sevinj Osmanqizi (born 1969), TV presenter, media personality, author and journalist
Businessmen[edit]

Zeynalabdin Taghiyev, a national industrial magnate and philanthropist accompanied by his daughter Leyla and his grandchildren
Aras Agalarov (born 1955), businessman
Farkhad Akhmedov (born 1955), businessman
Vagit Alekperov (born 1950), businessman[3]
Shamsi Asadullayev (1840–1913), industrial oil magnate and philanthropist
Jahangir Hajiyev (born 1965), banker
Telman Ismailov (born 1956), businessman
Hafiz Mammadov (born 1964), businessman
Mubariz Mansimov (born 1968), businessman
Murtuza Mukhtarov (1865–1920), industrial oil magnate and philanthropist
Musa Nagiyev (1849–1919), industrial oil magnate and philanthropist
God Nisanov (born 1972), businessman; the youngest Azerbaijani billionaire
Haji Zeynalabdin Taghiyev (1823–1924), industrial oil magnate and philanthropist
Clergy[edit]

Mahammad Hasan Movlazadeh Shakavi was an alim, the first Sheikh ul-Islam of the Caucasus, and the first scholar who translated Quran into Azerbaijani language.
Ilgar Ibrahimoglu (born 1973), cleric and human rights activist
Allahshukur Pashazadeh (born 1949), Sheikh ul-Islam and Grand Mufti of the Caucasus
Movlazadeh Mahammad Hasan Shakavi (1854–1932), religious leader, philosopher, alim, the first Sheikh ul-Islam of the Caucasus, the first scholar who translated Quran into Azerbaijani language
Dancers[edit]
Gamar Almaszadeh (1915–2006), the first Azerbaijani ballerina
Oksana Rasulova (born 1982), dancer, choreographer and actress
Leyla Vakilova (1927–1999), ballerina
Franghiz Ali-Zadeh (born 1947), composer
Fikret Amirov (1922–1984), composer[10]
Rafig Babayev (1937–1994), composer, jazz pianist and singer
Afrasiyab Badalbeyli (1907–1976), composer, conductor and music critic; the author of music and the libretto of the first Azerbaijani Ballet and the first ballet in the Muslim East
Tofig Bakikhanov (born 1930), composer
Amina Figarova (born 1964), jazz composer and pianist[11]
Salman Gambarov (born 1959), composer and jazz pianist
Gara Garayev (1918–1982), composer
Tofig Guliyev (1917–2000), composer
Soltan Hajibeyov (1919–1974), composer
Uzeyir Hajibeyov (1885–1948), composer, conductor, scientist, publicist, playwright, teacher, translator, and social figure; the first Muslim author of an opera
Rauf Hajiyev (1922–1985), composer and politician
Muslim Magomayev (1885–1937), composer, one of the founders of Azerbaijani classical music
Arif Malikov (born 1933), composer
Eldar Mansurov (born 1952), composer
Vagif Mustafazadeh (1940–1979), composer and jazz pianist and the founder of Azerbaijani jazz
Emin Sabitoglu (1937–2000), composer, music editor
Ali Salimi (1922–1997), composer and tar player
Alakbar Taghiyev (1922–1981), composer
Aziza Mustafa Zadeh (born 1969), singer, composer, pianist
Singers[edit]

Alim Qasimov is the winner of the International Music Council's UNESCO Music Prize, one of the highest international accolades for music.

Samra Rahimli, Azerbaijan's representative in 2016 Eurovision Song Contest.
Aghakhan Abdullayev (born 1950), mugham singer
Emin Agalarov (born 1979), singer
Ahmed Agdamski (1884–1954), folk and opera singer
Ogtay Aghayev (1935–2006), singer
Shovkat Alakbarova (1922–1993), singer
Sevda Alakbarzadeh (born 1977), jazz singer
Dinara Aliyeva (born 1980), singer (soprano)
Safura Alizadeh (born 1992), singer
Rauf Atakishiyev (1925–1994), singer, pianist, singer–soloist and scholar
Mashadibaba Aydamirov (1971–2011), meykhana performer
Elchin Azizov (born 1975), opera singer and entertainer
Rashid Behbudov (born 1915–1989), singer, actor
Bulbul (1897–1961), folk and opera singer and one of the founders of Azerbaijani national musical theater
Bulbuljan (1841–1927), mugham singer
Polad Bulbuloglu (born 1945), singer, songwriter and actor
Aghasalim Childagh (1930–2008), meykhana performer
Brilliant Dadashova (born 1965), singer
Rashad Daghly (born 1984), meykhana performer
Huseyn Derya (1975–2014), rapper
Jabbar Garyagdyoglu (1861–1944), mugham singer
Eldar Gasimov (born 1989), singer and actor
Fidan Gasimova (born 1947), opera singer
Khuraman Gasimova (born 1951), opera singer
Gulkhar Hasanova (1918–2005), opera singer
Hajibaba Huseynov (1919–1993), mugham singer
Mansum Ibrahimov (born 1960), mugham singer
Lutfiyar Imanov (1928–2008), opera singer
Akif Islamzade (born 1948), pop singer
Aygün Kazımova (born 1971), pop singer, actress
Dilara Kazimova (born 1984), singer and actress
Zeynab Khanlarova (born 1936), singer and politician
Muslim Magomayev (1942–2008), opera, pop singer and composer[12]
Sakhavat Mammadov (1953–1991), folk and mugham singer
Yagub Mammadov (1930–2002), mugham singer.
Nazakat Mammadova (1944–1981), folk and mugham singer
Anar Nagilbaz (born 1974), rapper, actor
Alim Qasimov (born 1957), mugham singer
Farghana Qasimova (born 1979), mugham singer
Nizami Ramzi (1947–1997), meykhana performer
Gadir Rustamov (1935–2011), mugham singer
Huseyngulu Sarabski (1879–1945), opera singer, composer, playwright, actor, producer and musician
Adalet Shukurov (born 1966), singer
Khan Shushinski (1901–1979), mugham singer
Seyid Shushinski (1889–1965), mugham singer
Aysel Teymurzadeh (born 1989), singer
Elshad Xose (born 1979), rapper
Eyyub Yaqubov (born 1965), singer
Miri Yusif (born 1977), rapper and singer
Sami Yusuf (born 1980)‚ singer, songwriter
Aziza Mustafa Zadeh (born 1969), jazz singer and pianist
Samra Rahimli (born 1994), singer
Instrumental musicians[edit]

Natig Shirinov
Habil Aliyev (born 1927), kamancha player
Farhad Badalbeyli (born 1947), pianist and composer
Kamil Jalilov (born 1938), oboe player
Bahram Mansurov (1911–1985), tar player
Shahin Novrasli (born 1977), jazz pianist
Gurban Pirimov (1880–1965), tar player
Sadigjan (1846–1902), tar player and the inventor of the Azerbajani tar
Alihan Samedov (born 1964), balaban player
Isfar Sarabski (born 1989), jazz pianist
Natig Shirinov (born 1975), nagara player
Rain Sultanov (born 1965), saxophonist

Actors and comedians[edit]
Freema Agyeman – actress[13]
Omid Djalili – comedian and actor[14]
Kayvan Novak – actor; star of Fonejacker[15]
Zahra Ahmadi – actress[citation needed]
Catherine Bell – actress[16]
Nazanin Boniadi – actress; played Leyla Mir in General Hospital[17] and CIA analyst Fara Sherazi in Homeland season 3
Maryam Davari – actress[18]
Hadi Khorsandi – comedian[19]
Shappi Khorsandi – comedian[19]
Roxy Shahidi – actress[20]
Hayley Tamaddon – actress[21]
Mandana Jones – actress.
Roxanne Pallet – actress[22]
Nasrin Moore – pornographic actress[23]
Darren Shahlavi British Actor and Martial Arts stunt man.
Davood Ghadami - British Iranian actor, known for Eastenders character Kush Kazemi
Shaheen Jafargholi - Welsh Iranian Singer and actor, appeared on Britain's got talent
Sia Alipour
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