List of people linked with Camberley
Famous people linked with Camberley
- Tony Barker-May, former journalist and advisor to two Leaders of the Opposition and to the Premier of Western Australia, and senior advisor to the Chief Minister of the Northern Territory, lived in Camberley from 1960 to 1971
- Michael Gove, Conservative Member of Parliament for Surrey Heath, prominent journalist working on The Times (1995 - 2005)
- 5ive, boy band 1997-2001. They were the subject of the television programme 'Neighbours From Hell' whilst living in Camberley
- Harold Balfour, 1st Baron Balfour of Inchrye airman and later politician was born in Camberley in 1897
- Darren Barnard, former professional footballer currently playing for Camberley Town F.C.. Has also played football for Wales.
- Rufus Brevett, former professional footballer currently sporting director of Swindon Town and assistant coach of Camberley Town F.C..
- Bros, late-1980s boy band who attended Collingwood school.
- Sam Brown, 1990s pop singer.
- Five Star, 1980s pop group (this band live near Blackwater).
- Paul Gross, Canadian actor (Due South).
- Hundred Reasons, alt rock band.
- George Edward Lodge
- The Members, punk rock band famous for the hit 'Sound Of The Suburbs'.
- Graham Parker, pop singer.
- Adam Powell and Donna Williams, the co-founders of Neopets.
- Reuben, rock/metal band.
- Tim Sills, professional footballer currently playing for Torquay United.
- James Shaw, New Zealand footballer.
- Spice Girls, who lived together in Camberley for a while.
- Richard Stilgoe, lyricist and musician.
- Arthur Sullivan, of Gilbert and Sullivan fame, started writing The Golden Legend whilst living in Camberley. The site of his house is now occupied by a McDonald's restaurant.
- Rick Wakeman, solo artist and ex-keyboard player with progressive rock band Yes.
- Anthony Wall
- Bruce Woolley, writer of 'Video Killed The Radio Star'
- Graham Wynne, who appears on the BBC programme, Changing Rooms.
- David Speedie, played for chelsea lived in camberley and was member of camberley working mens club
- Dame Ethel Smyth, lived as a child at Frimhurst, Frimley Green, and as an adult for some time on the Portsmouth Road, Camberley at the house that is now The One Oak pub.