Here is a list of just some of the people (living and dead; real and fictional) who have or claim to have followed Spurs at some time in their life (even if they don’t admit to it now !!)

For proof of the fact for some of them, links can be accessed from the name of the fan.

David Aaronovitch
Columnist – The Times

Piers Adam
Owner of the K-Bar, Mahiki, The Stork Rooms, Whisky Mist, Tini and Kabaret (bars and clubs)

Freddy Adu
Footballer – Tampa Bay Rowdies (USA)

Matt Aitken
Record producer of Stock, Aitken and Waterman fame

HRH Sheikh Nader Bin Salman Al Khalifa
King of Bahrain’s nephew

Brian Alexander
Journalist – Guardian; Broadcaster on “Late Night Live” – Radio 5

Peter Allen
Presenter – Radio Five Live

Becky Anderson
News Presenter – Anchor on CNN News

Anthony Andrews
Actor – Brideshead Revisited [TV]

Ole Martin Årst
Retired Footballer –  Anderlecht (Belgium); Standard Liege (Belgium); Gent (Belgium); Tromso (Norway); Start (Tromso)

Bogi Agustsson
Icelandic TV News presenter

Mike Ashley
Owner of Sports Direct and Newcastle United owner

Dean Austin
Ex-Footballer – Tottenham Hotspur and Crystal Palace; now Watford coach

Sir A. J. (“Freddie”) Ayer   (Deceased)
English Philosopher 1910-1989

Ted Baker
Fashion designer

Finn Balor
WWE wrestler

Jamie Bamber
Actor –  (TV – Battlestar Galactica, Law and Order UK, Ultimate Force, Hornblower, The Smoke)

Paul Barber
Chief Executive of Brighton & Hove Albion; former Executive Spurs director and Commercial Director and Director of Marketing and Communications for the FA; CEO at Vancouver Whitecaps (Canada).

Mark Baron
Musician – Another Level

Gareth Barry
Former footballer – Aston Villa, Everton, Manchester City, West Bromwich Albion

Chris Bart-Williams
Footballer – Marsaxlokk FC (Malta); formerly Leyton Orient, Nottingham Forest, Charlton Athletic, Ipswich Town, Sheffield Wednesday

Dave Bautista
WWE wrestler

Billy Beane
Former baseball player and Manager of the Oakland Athletics; Inventor of the “Moneyball” system of evaluating the value of players in sport by using statistics.

Michael Bellof

Dirk Benedict
Actor (TV – Battlestar Galactica; The A Team [“Face”]; Celebrity Big Brother 2007 [Channel 4])

Denis Bergkamp
Ex-footballer – Arsenal, Ajax, Internazionale

Stephen Bett
Canadian poet & English tutor at Langara College Vancouver

Jason Biggs
Actor (“American Pie” film series)

Lars Gunnar Bjorkland
Swedish Football reporter who had the idea for and presented live English football in the 1960s on Swedish TV on “Tips-Extra”

Brandon Block
Club DJ

Ben Bloom
Daily Telegraph Athletics Correspondent

Mihir Bose
Daily Telegraph sports writer

Jackie Brambles
Former Radio 1 DJ and US Showbiz reporter – GMTV

Kenneth Branagh
Actor.   Films – “Peter’s Friends”; “Avengers : Infinity War”; “Murder On The Orient Express”; “Dunkirk”; “Macbeth”; “My Week With Marilyn”: “Hamlet”; “Othello”; TV – “Wallander”; “Fortunes Of War”

Jeff Brazier
TV Presenter (Finders Keepers [CITV]; I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here! Now! [ITV2]; This Morning [ITV]; Sunday Scoop [ITV]; X-Factor Live [ITV]; The Match [Sky One]; OK!TV [Channel 5]

Bernard Bresslaw  (Deceased)
1934-1993 – Actor – “Carry On” films

Michael Bridges
Footballer – Carlisle United; formerly Leeds United, Sunderland, Newcastle United

Thomas Brolin
Former Parma, Crystal Palace and Sweden footballer

Stephen Brooker
Retired Footballer – Bristol City; Port Vale; Doncaster Rovers, Watford

Charles Bronson
High Security lifer in Dartmoor prison

Pierce Brosnan
Actor – James Bond

Luke Brown
Managing Editor of The Athletic (Sports website)

Michael Brunson
News Presenter

Colin Buchanan
Actor – “Preston Front”, “Dalziel and Pascoe”

Marcus Buckland
Sky Sports football presenter

Johnny Buckland
Musician – Guitarist with Coldplay

James Bunn
Footballer – Leyton; formerly Tottenham Hotspur, Potters Bar Town, Enfield Town, East Thurrock United, Bishops’ Stortford

D’Arcy Bussell
Ballerina; Judge on “Strictly Come Dancing” (BBC TV)

Tony Butler
Musician – Big Country

Billy Byrne
Electrician on DIY SOS [BBC TV]

Jamal Campbell-Ryce
Footballer – Barnet FC; formerly Charlton Athletic; Rotherham United; Southend United; Barnsley; Bristol City; Notts. County; Sheffield United.

Sue Carpenter
Reporter and Voice of Transworld’s “World of Sport” TV show

Darren Caskey
Former footballer at Spurs, Watford, Reading, Notts County, Bristol City, Peterborough United, Virgina Beach Mariners, Rushden & Diamonds, Havant & Waterlooville, Kettering Town, Halesowen Town and Ilkeston Town.  Now a football consultant.

Steve Castle
Former footballer Leyton Orient, Birmingham City, Peterborough United; Manager – St. Albans City & Royston Town

Nick Catlin
Team GB 2012 Mens Hockey player

John Cena
WWE wrestler

Judith Church
Labour MP for Dagenham

Dave Clark
1960’s Musician – The Dave Clark Five and the originator of “The Tottenham Sound”

Nicky Clarke
Celebrity hairdresser

Russell Claydon

Vernon Coaker

Gideon Coe
Radio Presenter – BBC Radio 6; former TV Presenter – VH-1; former Radio presenter on Greater London Radio

Aidan Coleman

Des Coleman
Actor – EastEnders

Phil Collen
Guitarist – Def Leppard

Peter Cook (Deceased)
1937-1995 – Comedian

Michael Coren
Broadcaster, chat show host and Journalist in Canada

Phil Cornwell
Actor – Stella Street [TV]

Anthony Costa
Solo singer; formerly in the band Blue

Josh Coulson
Footballer – Cambridge United, Leyton Orient
Phil Collins
Solo artist and drummer/singer with Genesis and Brand X

Jess Conrad
1950’s singer

Graham Crabb
Founder and singer – Pop Will Eat Itself

John Crace
Journalist – The Guardian 

Tracey Crouch
Tory MP for Chatham & Aylesford (Kent); Minister for Sport 2015

Mr. Crowley
Father of DJ Gary Crowley

Johan Cruyff
Former footballer – Holland, Ajax and Barcelona

Edgar Davids
Footballer – Holland and Ajax

Hunter Davies
Author (“The Glory Game”, “Father’s Day” plus autobiographies and books about the Beatles) & Journalist (Sunday Times)

Chris Day
Footballer – Stevenage

Moz Dee
Radio Presenter – Talk Radio

Grime artist

Mani Djazmi
Radio Presenter  (World Football Podcast on BBC World Service)

Mark Dolan
Radio & TV Presenter  (Balls of Steel [Channel 4]; 35mm [Sky Movies]; The Mad Bad Ad Show [Channel 4]; Radio shows on LBC and BBC Radio London)

Carl Donnelly
Stand-up comedian

Iain Duncan Smith
MP for Chingford and Woodford Green; Former Leader of the Conservative Party

Chris Eagles
Footballer –  Port Vale; formerly Manchester United, Watford, Burnley, Blackpool, Bolton Wanderers, Bury, Accrington Stanley

Robert Earl
Owner of Planet Hollywood restaurant chain

Peter Ebdon
World Snooker champion

Justin Edinburgh (Deceased)
Ex-Spurs Footballer; Leyton Orient manager

Ben Elliot
IT guru and man about town

Gail Emms
Retired Badminton player – No. 1 in the world at mixed doubles (mixed doubles 2006), All England Champion, Commonwealth gold medallist (mixed doubles 2002), Olympic silver medallist (mixed doubles 2004) and Commonwealth bronze medallist (women’s doubles 2002).

Chris Eubank

Chris Evans
Broadcaster (Greater London Radio, Virgin Radio and BBC Radio 2) and former TV chat show host (“TFI Friday”, “Don’t Forget Your Toothbrush”)

Drum and bass artist / Radio 1FM DJ/Founder of Creative Source Records

Mark Falco
Former Footballer – Spurs; Watford; Glasgow Rangers; QPR

Neale Fenn
Former Footballer – Spurs, Cork City, Peterborough United, Waterford United, Bohemians, Dundalk, Shamrock Rovers

Les Ferdinand
Former footballer (Spurs, Newcastle United, QPR) and Spurs attacking coach; QPR Director of Football

Guitarist – Hell Is For Heroes

Colin Firth  CBE
Actor-“Gambit”; “Bridget Jones” series of films; “Mamma Mia!”; “Love Actually”; “The King’s Speech”

Michael Fish
Weather forecaster (BBC TV)

Jerome Flynn
Actor/Singer – “Soldier Soldier” (ITV), “Ripper Street” (BBC TV), “Game of Thrones” (HBO)

Daniel Fogg
Olympic 2012 Swimmer – 1500m freestyle and 10km open water marathon

Jamie Foreman
Actor (Derrick Branning on “EastEnders” [BBC])

Peter Forsberg
Former Ice hockey player – Colorado Avalanches, Philadelphia Flyers & Sweden

Bruce Forsyth (Deceased)
All round entertainer and game show host – “The Generation Game”; “Play Your Cards Right”; Strictly Come Dancing”

Ben Foster
Goalkeeper – Stoke City, West Bromwich Albion, Watford

Mark Foster
World Champion Swimmer

Tim Foster
Olympic Gold Medal Rower

Martin Fowler
Fictional character in “EastEnders”

George Francomb
Footballer (Crawley Town, Formerly AFC Wimbledon)

Eddie Frankel
Art Critic for Time Out magazine and co-founder of OOF magazine (where art meets football)

Joel Freeland
Portland Trail Blazers basketball player
Team GB basketball player – Olympics 2012

Dan Freedman
Author –  ‘Jamie Johnson’ series of children’s novels

Darren Freeman
Former manager – Lewes.  Former footballer – Fulham, Brentford, Brighton & Hove Albion, Gillingham, Margate; works for SportsTotal sports agency.

Monte Fresco  MBE (Deceased)
Photographer – Daily Mirror

Paul Furlong
Retired footballer – Chelsea, Birmingham City, QPR, Southend United, Barnet … among others

Ben Garner
Manager – Swindon Town; former manager of Bristol Rovers

Mike Gatting
Former England & Middlesex Cricketer

Liam George
Former footballer – Luton Town, Bury, York City … among others

Bob Golding
The voice of Milo and Max on “The Tweenies” Children’s BBC TV Programme

Darren Gough
Former England & Essex Cricketer; TalkSport radio presenter

Billy Gould
Football Agent

Martin Gould
Professional snooker player

Lord Grabiner
QC, Member of the House of Lords, one of the country’s leading commercial lawyers, chair of the court of The London School of Economics and Political Science, formerlly non executive director of the Next fashion group

Sue Gray
Senior Civil Servant who carried out the “Partygate” investigation into events held at 10 Downing Street during the Covid-19 pandemic lockdowns.

Dennis Greaves
Musician – Nine Below Zero; The Truth; The Co-Operative

Jimmy Greaves
Former footballer – Chelsea, AC Milan, Tottenham Hotspur, West Ham United, England; Former TV Presenter “Saint & Greavsie” (ITV); Former newspaper columnist

Charlotte Green
Radio presenter – BBC Radio Four “Today” & “The News Quiz”

Phillip Green
Former BHS store magnate

John Gregory
Former Aston Villa and Derby County manager – now Sky Sports pundit

Leo Gregory
Actor – Film – “Stoned”, “Suzie Gold”, “Perfect Creature”; TV – “The Jury”

Patricia Gregory
Pioneer of women’s football in the UK

Rupert Grint
Actor – Film – “Harry Potter series – Ron Weasley”

Eidur Gudjohnsen
Footballer – Bolton Wanderers, Barcelona, AS Monaco, Tottenham Hotspur, Stoke City, AEK Athens, Cercle Brugge, Club Brugge, Molde, Pune City

Stelios Haji-Ioannou
Owner of the Easy chain (EasyJet, EasyCar, EasyBus, EasyGym, EasyHotel)

Bryan Hamilton
Former footballer – Everton, Ipswich Town, Northern Ireland and former manager Ipswich Town, Wigan Athletic and Northern Ireland

King Harald V
Monarch of Norway

Steve Hargrave
Entertainment Correspondent – ITV Daybreak

Grace Harvey
GB Paralympic swimmer

Graham Harvey
Musician – Incognito

Mark Hawkins
Team GB 2012 Olympic handball player

Paul Hawksbee
Former Editor – Goal magazine; Presenter – TalkSport radio; “You’re On Sky Sports” Sky TV; writer for Harry Hill and Al Murray

Barry Hayles
Footballer – Fulham, Bristol Rovers, Plymouth Argyle, Sheffield United, Leicester City, Millwall …. among others

Peter “the Daddy” Haymer
Boxer – English Light-Heavyweight champion

Jonty Hearnden
Antiques expert and BBC TV Presenter (“Cash In Your Attic”, “Sun, Sea & Bargain Spotting” and “Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is”)

Lisa Hebden
Production Assistant – Sky Sports TV’s Soccer AM

David Hepworth
Former presenter of the “Whistle Test” and “Live Aid” (BBC TV); Music and media journalist; former Editorial Director of EMAP Magazines

Andy Hessanthaler
Former Manager – Gillingham, Leyton Orient; Former footballer – Watford, Gillingham, Barnet

Paolo Hewitt
Journalist and author (football, music and fashion); Biographer of The Jam

Gary Hill
Manager – Woking, formerly manager of Dagenham & Redbridge, Rushden & Diamonds

Glenn Hoddle
Former player and manager – Tottenham Hotspur; Former manager of Chelsea, Wolverhampton Wanderers and England

Michael Holding
Former West Indian Test Cricketer; now TV cricket analyst on Sky Sports

Tom Holland
Actor (Films – Spiderman series; Avengers – End Game, Avengers – Infinity Wars; TV – Wolf Hall [BBC])

Chas Hodges (Deceased)
Musician – Chas and Dave

John Holsgrove
Former footballer –  Crystal Palace, Wolverhampton Wanderers, Sheffield Wednesday, Stockport County

Mathew Horne
Actor – Ben in “Teachers” [Channel 4]; The Catherine Tait Show [BBC]; Gavin & Stacy; Bad Education

Richard Hounslow
2012 Olympic Silver Medal canoe slalom doubles (with David Florence)

Mark Howard
Goalkeeper – Bolton Wanderers; formerly Sheffield United, Blackpool, Aberdeen, St. Mirren

Merv Hughes
Former Aussie cricket fast bowler

Rupert Holliday Evans
Actor TV “Harry Enfield & Friends”, “Second Sight”

Jonathan Hunt
Former footballer –  Barnet, Southend United, Birmingham City, Derby County, Sheffield United, Wimbledon, Peterborough United, St. Albans City, AFC Hornchurch, Enfield Town

Dave Jackson
Former Essex FM and Capital FM DJ

Syed Sirajuddin Syed Putra Jamalullail
Malaysia’s 12th king

Howard Jacobson
Author (“Peeping Tom”, “No More Mr. Nice Guy”, “The Finkler Question” – Booker Prize winner 2010)

Joe Jacobson
Footballer – Wycombe Wanderers

Derek Jameson (Deceased)
Radio Presenter and Journalist

Laurie Jay
Manager of Billy Ocean and Gilbert O’Sullivan

Norman Jay MBE
DJ and broadcaster – BBC London Radio

Greg Jenner
Historian (Inside Versailles (BBC); consultant to “Horrible Histories” (BBC)).

David John

Andrew Johns
UK 2000 Olympics Tri-athlete

Gary Johnson
Football Manager –  Cambridge United, Latvia national team, Yeovil Town, Bristol City, Peterborough United, Northampton Town, Cheltenham Town, Torquay United

Martin Jol
Former Head Coach of Spurs, Fulham, SV Hamburg (Germany), Ajax (Holland) and Al-Ahly (Egypt)

Colin Jones
Drummer with Circa Waves

Vinnie Jones
Film Actor and former footballer – Wimbledon, Chelsea, Sheffield United, Leeds

Ed Joyce
Cricketer – Middlesex and Ireland

Natasha Kaplinsky
TV Presenter “Sky News” and BBC “Breakfast”

Ramin Karimloo
Stage Actor/Singer (The Phantom Of The Opera, Jean Valjean, Les Miserables)

Roy Keane
Ex-footballer – Nottingham Forest, Manchester United, Glasgow Celtic; now TV pundit

Danny Kelly
Radio and TV Presenter; Author; Founder of Football 365

Henry Kelly
Radio presenter – Classic FM and TV presenter – “Game For A Laugh”, “Going For Gold”

Tony Kempster (Deceased)
Statistician of non-league football

Ray Kelvin
Chief Executive of Ted Baker the fashion retailer

Patsy Kensit
Actress – “Absolute Beginners”, “Emmerdale”

Michael Kiwanuka
Musician – Mercury award winner 2020
Ledley King
Footballer – Tottenham Hotspur

Joel Kinnaman
Actor -“RoboCop”

Michael Kightly
Footballer – Stoke City

Eliud Kipchoge
World record breaking Kenyan marathon runner

Glenn Kirkham
Team GB 2012 Mens Hockey player

Dave Kitson
Former footballer – Reading, Stoke City

Nick Knowles
Presenter –  “UK’s Worst …” (BBC); “DIY SOS” (BBC); National Lottery Show (BBC)

Bert Konterman
Retired footballer – Feyenoord, Glasgow Rangers, Vitesse Arnhem

Vivienne Kreeger
Sky News presenter

Dirk Kuyt
Former footballer – Feyenoord (Holland), Liverpool, Fenerbahce (Turkey)
Nick Kyrgios
Australian tennis player

Imraan Ladak
Milton Keynes businessman and head of the consortium who bought Kettering Town FC

Jake Lambert
Stand-up comedian

David Lammy
Labour MP

Henrik Larsson
Former Sweden, Barcelona and Manchester United footballer

Vice-Admiral Sir Timothy Laurence KCVO CB ADC
Vice-Admiral and husband of Princess Royal Princess Anne

Jude Law
Actor – Film – “At The Enemy’s Gate”, “The Talented Mr. Ripley”; “Alfie”; “I Love Huckerbies”;TV – The Young Pope (Sky)

Matthew Le Tissier
Ex-Footballer – Southampton

Peter Leaver
Former Premier League Chief executive

Adam Lee
Former Manager of Wingate & Finchley, Potters Bar FC

Shaznay Lewis
Solo musician; formerly of the All Saints

Daniel Levy
Chief Executive of English National Investment Company; THFC Chairman

Andy Linden
Actor (Trev in “Lock, Stock …”; The Young Ones (BBC), Stella (Sky) and The Comic Strip Presents (Channel 4) [TV])

Richard Littlejohn
Journalist, Radio and TV Presenter

Roger Lloyd Pack (Deceased)
Actor – Only Fools And Horses (BBC TV); The Vicar Of Dibley (BBC TV); Harry Potter And The Goblet of Fire (film); Made In Dagenham (film); Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy (film); Wild Honey (stage); Richard III (stage); Twelfth Night (stage)

Tony Lock
Retired Footballer – Colchester United, Dagenham & Redbridge

Stefan Lofven
Swedish Prime Minister

Mrs. Joan Lovejoy
Mother of football presenter Tim Lovejoy (Sky TV – Soccer AM, Channel 5 – David Beckham’s Soccer Stateside)

Gavin Lowe
BBC TV “Big Strong Boys”

Rob Lozowski
Former Rugby player – Wasps & England

Lomano Lua Lua
Footballer –  Colchester United, Newcastle United, Portsmouth, Olympiakos (Greece), Blackpool, Sanliurfaspor (Turkey)

Linda Lusardi
Model and actress

Matthew Lyons
One of “The Tweenies” [BBC TV] and presenter of “The Number Crew” [Channel 4]

Jean-Paul “Bluey” Maunick
Musician – Incognito

Annie Mac
Radio 1 DJ

Trevor MacDonald
News Presenter and Interviewer

Steve MacKenzie
Former Footballer – Manchester City, West Bromwich Albion, Charlton Athletic, Sheffield Wednesday & Shrewsbury Town

Jamie Mackie
Footballer –  Wimbledon, MK Dons, Exeter City, Plymouth Argyle, Nottingham Forest, QPR & Scotland

Danny Maddix
Ex-footballer – QPR, Sheffield Wednesday, Barnet; was a coach at Spurs Academy

Sean Maguire
Actor – (TV – “EastEnders” and “Grange Hill” (BBC); Film – “Meet The Spartans”); Singer

Stephen Mangan
Actor – TV : – Adrian Mole – The Cappucino Years (Channel 4); Green Wing (Channel 4); Never Better (BBC).  Film – Festival; Billy Elliott.  Radio – “Elvenquest”

Wayne “Hawaii 501” Mardle
Dart player

Bob Marley (Deceased)

Dean Martin
DJ – Capital Gold

Kate Mason
Presenter on Sky Sports News; columnist for The Guardian; contributor to podcasts

Simon Mayo
DJ – BBC FiveLive;Scala Radio; Greatest Hits Radio

Carol McGiffin
Radio & TV Presenter  (ITV – “Loose Women”) and TV Producer

Barry McGuigan
Former World Champion Boxer

Michael McIntyre
Stand-up Comedian (BBC TV “Live At The Apollo”, “Mock The Week”; Channel 4 “Out of 10 Cats”)

Declan McKenna

Lee McQueen
Winner of BBC TV’s “The Apprentice” 2008

Gaizka Mendieta
Former footballer – Middlesbrough, Valencia and Spain

Pops Mensah-Bonsu
Maccabi Tel Aviv basketball player
Team GB basketball player – Olympics 2012

Meridian Dan
Grime MC

Paul Merton

Adam Midgley
Music producer (First Man Productions) for Lemar and Hi-Tek

Andrew Mills
Football Agent

Simon Mills
Journalist – London Evening Standard, GQ, Sunday Times

Scott Minto
Retired footballer – Charlton Athletic, Chelsea, Benfica, West Ham United, Rotherham United; now presents football shows on Sky Sports including Spanish football.

Tom Mitchell
Great Britain Rugby Sevens silver medallist at the 2016 Olympic Games.

Warren Mitchell (Deceased)
Actor – Alf Garnett

Rhona Mitra
Actress – Model for Lara Croft in “Tomb Raider” game; Film – “Get Carter”, “Beowolf”, “Hollow Man”; US TV – “Gideon’s Crossing”; UK TV “The Bill”

Phil Mogg
Singer – UFO

Garry Monk
Former Southampton, Barnsley, Swansea City footballer; Manager of Sheffield Wednesday; former manager of Swansea City, Leeds United, Middlesbrough

Ken Monkou
Former footballer – Feyenoord (Holland), Chelsea, Southampton & Huddersfield Town

Clemmie Moodie
Gossip writer – one of the Daily Mirror 3 a.m. Girls

Nathan Moore
Singer – Worlds Apart

Martin Moorman
Footballer – Rapid Wien (Austria)

Willie Morgan
Spurs DJ from 1980 to 1995, radio presenter ‘Ritz 1035’ and radio producer

Clinton Morrison
Former footballer – Crystal Palace, Birmingham City, Coventry City, Sheffield Wednesday, Colchester United

Scott Morriss
Bass guitarist – The Bluetones

Adie Moses
Former footballer  –  Barnsley, Huddersfield Town, Crewe Alexandra, Lincoln City, Mansfield Town

Dan Munns
England beach soccer international

Steve Nash
Retired Basketball player – Phoenix Suns, Dallas Mavericks, Los Angeles Lakers

DJ on BBC Radio 1

David Nobbs (Deceased)
Novelist – creator of “Reginald Perrin”

Jamie Noone
England rugby player

Barry Norman  CBE  (Deceased)
Film Critic and Broadcaster

Matthew Norman
Journalist – London Evening Standard; The Telegraph

Jeremy Noseda
Racehorse owner

Lemar Obika
Singer featured on BBC TV’s “Fame Academy”

Melvin Odoom
DJ  BBC Radio 1

Sophie Okonedo
Actress  – “Hotel Rwanda”, “Secret Life Of Bees”, “Skin”, “Christopher Robin” (Film); “Criminal : UK” (Amazon Prime); “Staying Alive”, “Clocking Off”, “Alibi”, “Tsunami : The Aftermath”, “Criminal Justice”, “Mrs. Mandela”(TV)

Tom Oliver
Former crew member at “Soccer AM” (Sky TV)

Gary Olsen   (Deceased)
Actor – TV – “Two Point Four Children” “The Bill”; Film – “Up and Under”

Egil Olsen
Ex-Wimbledon and Norway national team manager

Gary O’Reilly
Football reporter/broadcaster – ex-Footballer with Spurs, Brighton & Hove Albion, Crystal Palace

Andrew Osagie
Team GB 800m runner in 2012 Olympics

Chris Ostler
Guitarist with Black Honey

Sid Owen
Actor – “Ricky” in “EastEnders”

Henry Owens
Radio guru. Former Atlantic 252 DJ and Programme Director of Virgin Radio

Alex P
Kiss 100 DJ and Ibiza club DJ

Roger Lloyd Pack  (Deceased)
Actor – “Trigger” in Only Fools and Horses [TV]

Norman Pace
Comedian “Hale & Pace” [TV])

Ray Panthaki
Ronny Ferreira in “EastEnders” BBC TV, “My Family” BBC TV

Rick Parfitt
Rhythm Guitarist – Status Quo

Daryl Parker
Celebrity chef

Scott Parker
Footballer – Fulham, formerly of Charlton Athletic, Newcastle United, Chelsea, Spurs, West Ham United

Tom Parker-Bowles
Food writer and food critic

Shaun Parkes
Actor – TV – Lock, Stock … ; The Accident; The Suspect; Casanova; The Inspector Lynley Mysteries; Line of Duty; The Aliens; Lost in Space

Himesh Patel
Actor – Tamwar Masood in “EastEnders” (BBC TV); Avenue 5 (Sky Atlantic); Tenet (film); Criminal (Netflix); Yesterday (film)

Min Patel
Cricketer – Kent CCC

Daniel Peacock
Actor – Comic Strip Presents …

Dave Peacock
Musician – Chas and Dave

Neil Pearson
Actor – Drop The Dead Donkey [TV]; Between The Lines [TV]; Fever Pitch [Film]; Trevor’s World of Sport [BBC TV]

Oliver Peyton
Restaurateur – The Atlantic Grill and Bar, Mash

Mark Phillips
Three Day Eventer; Former husband of Princess Anne

Peter Phillips
Son of Mark [above] and Princess Anne, the Princess Royal

Leslie Phillips OBE
Actor – (Film – “Carry On Constable”, “Carry On Nurse”, “Doctor In Love”, “Doctor In Trouble”, “Les Girls”, “Out of Africa”, “Tomb Raider”, “Venus”, “Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone”, “Empire of the Sun” plus many others ; Stage – “Boeing, Boeing”, “Sextet”, “Passion Play”, “Chapter Seventeen”, Falstaff in “The Merry Wives of Windsor (RSC)”, plus many others; Radio – “The Navy Lark”; TV – “Our Man At St. Mark’s”, “Chancer”, “Take A Girl Like You” and many, many more)

Brad Pickett
Mixed Martial Artist – Ultimate Fighting Championship fighter

Peter Polycarpou
Actor  (Birds of a Feather (BBC); Evita (film); Les Miserables (stage); Phantom of the Opera (stage))

Alice Powell
Motorsport racer in F3 (first woman to win a Formula Renault race and the Formula Renault championship)

Chris Powell
Former Manager –  Charlton Athletic, Huddersfield Town, Derby County and former footballer – Southend United, Derby County, Charlton Athletic, West Ham United, Watford, Leicester City; Academy coach at THFC

John Pratt
Former Spurs footballer – now runs window cleaning business

Mark Prince
Light-heavyweight boxer

Peter Purves
TV Presenter – Blue Peter [BBC TV]

Lord David Puttnam
Film Maker and Lord

Steve Queralt
Musician – Bassist with Ride

Sir John Quinton
former Premier League chairman

Emma Raducanu
Tennis player – US Open champion 2021

Paul Raymond
Guitarist – UFO

Simon Raymonde
Musician – The Cocteau Twins

Jamie Redknapp
Ex-Footballer –  Bournemouth, Liverpool & Tottenham Hotspur; Footballer summariser – Sky TV; Joint producer of ‘Icon’ Magazine

Mike Reed (Deceased)
Comedian & Actor – Frank Butcher in “Eastenders”

Matthew T. Reynolds
Actor (Film – Lecture 21, Green Street; TV – Can’t Buy Me Love; Dream Team; Mile High)

Helen Richardson-Walsh
2012 Olympic hockey bronze medallist

Adam Richman
Presenter of “Man v Food” and “Man v Food Nation” (TV Series)

James Righton
Keyboard player with The Klaxons

Viddal Riley
Boxer and rapper

Rob Rinder
Barrister; “Judge Rinder” (ITV).

Bruce Rioch
Former footballer – Luton Town, Aston Villa, Derby County, Everton – and former manager – Luton Town, Arsenal, Middlesbrough, Millwall, Norwich City, Torquay United, Wigan Athletic

Arjen Robben
Footballer –  FC Groningen, PSV Eindhoven, Chelsea, Bayern Munich & Holland

Jason Roberts
Former footballer –  Wolverhampton Wanderers, Bristol Rovers, WBA, Wigan Athletic, Blackburn Rovers, Reading; now pundit on BBC TV and radio

Nathan Robertson
Badminton player – mixed doubles Olympic silver medallist, World Champion and Commonwealth Game gold medallist

Chloe Rogers
2012 Olympic hockey bronze medallist

Bryan Roy
Ex-Footballer – Ajax (Holland), Foggia (Italy), Nottingham Forest, Hertha Berlin (Germany), NAC Breda (Holland); now youth coach at Ajax

Simon Royce
Former footballer – Gillingham, Charlton Athletic, QPR, Leicester City – now goalkeeping coach at Brentford

Neil Ruddock
Ex-Footballer – Millwall; Spurs; Liverpool; Southampton; West Ham; QPR; Swindon Town; Radio presenter on TalkSport

Salman Rushdie
Author; columnist for “The New Yorker”

Max Rushden
Radio interviewer – BBC London

Jack Russell
Former England and Gloucestershire cricketer

Jack Savidge
Musician – Drummer with Friendly Fires

Simon Schama
Noted historian – Presenter of “The History of Britain – BBC TV

Michael Schjonberg
Former footballer –  Hannover 96 (Germany), Odense BK (Denmark), 1FC Kaiserslautern (Germany)

Stefan Selakovic
Footballer –  Halmstads BK (Sweden), Heerenveen (Holland), IFK Goteburg and Sweden

Steve Sedgley
Former footballer Coventry City,Spurs,Ipswich Town; Former manager – Kingstonian; Youth coach – Luton Town

Brett Shaw
Former musician – in band “South”; now Producer, Mixer, Engineer at 123 Studios

Teddy Sheringham
Former footballer – Millwall, Nottingham Forest, THFC, Manchester United, West Ham United, Portsmouth, Colchester United

Tim Sherwood
Ex-Footballer – Portsmouth, Norwich City, Spurs, Watford, Blackburn Rovers; Joint producer of ‘Icon’ Magazine; Football consultant to Swindon Town

Andrew Simpson
2008 Olympic Gold Medal & 2012 Olympic Silver Medal sailor – Star Class (with Iain Percy)

Marina Sirtis
Actress – “Star Trek – The Next Generation”

Grime artist

Jamie Slabber
Footballer – Welling United; formerly of Spurs, Aldershot Town, Grays Athletic, Stevenage Borough, Havant & Waterlooville, Eastleigh, Chelmsford City, Sutton United, Bromley, Hemel Hempstead Town

Adam Smith (a.k.a. Baby Elvis)
Part of the Soccer AM team (Sky TV)

John Sopel
Political correspondent for BBC News 24

Edward Speelers
Actor (Jimmy Kent in “Downton Abbey” [ITV])

Kevin Spiolek
Professional darts player

Jerry Springer
“Nuts and sluts” Chat Show” Host

Mike Stock
Record Producer – of Stock, Aitken and Waterman fame

Kate Steele
Celebrity chef

Matthew Stevens
Snooker player

Mark Stimson
Manager – Thurrock, formerly managed Grays Athletic, Stevenage Borough, Gillingham, Barnet, Gillingham; former footballer with Spurs, Newcastle United, Portsmouth, Southend United, Leyton Orient

John H. Stracey
Former professional boxer – Welterweight champion of Britain, Europe and the World in the 1970s

“Street Boy”
Kiss 100 Breakfast Show Jester

Sir Alan Sugar
Chairman of Amstrad and former Spurs chairman; TV personality on “The Apprentice” (BBC)

Mats Sundin
Former Ice hockey player – Toronto Maple Leafs & Sweden

Teemu Tainio
Former footballer – Finland, FC Haka (Finland), Auxerre (France), Spurs Sunderland, Ajax (Holland), New York Red Bulls (USA) and HJK Helsinki (Finland)

Singer/songwriter, Drum and Bass MC

Duncan Tappy
Racing driver

Gareth Taylor
Former footballer –  Bristol Rovers, Crystal Palace, Sheffield United, Manchester City, Nottingham Forest, Burnley, Doncaster Rovers, Wrexham & Wales; Current Manchester City Women’s team manager

Matthew Taylor
Former footballer – Luton Town, Portsmouth, Bolton Wanderers, West Ham United, Burnley, Northampton Town, Swindon Town ; Former Spurs Under-18 and Walsall manager.

Peter Taylor
Former footballer – Southend United, Crystal Palace, Spurs. Leyton Orient, Exeter City, Maidstone United, Chelmsford City, Dartford; Former Leicester City, England Under-21, Hull City, Gillingham, Dagenham & Redbridge manager; Current Welling United manager

Christian Thomas
Musician – plays bass in a band with his partner Jessica Lee Morgan

Iwan Thomas
Welsh/British Olympic sprinter

Michael Thomas
Ex-Footballer – Wimbledon, Liverpool

Jeremy Thompson
News reporter – Sky News (formerly with ITV and BBC)

Ian Thorpe
Australian triple Olympic 2000 swimming gold medallist and six gold medal winning swimmer at Commonwealth Games 2002

Christian Thorstvedt
Genk and Norway midfielder

Adrian Thrills
Journalist – NME; Daily Mail

Stig Tofting
Former Footballer – Bolton Wanderers, Hamburger SV (Germany)

Claire Tomlinson
Sports Presenter – Sky TV

Chris Tomson
Drummer with Vampire Weekend

Lord David Triesman
Former Labour Party General Secretary; FA Chairman

Paul Trevillion
Sports Artist and inventor of the sock tag

Jonathan Trott
Warwickshire and England cricketer

Shania Twain

Ken Tyrell (Deceased)
Formula 1 manager

Pete V
Guitarist and backing vocals for Belisha

Dick Valentine
Singer – Electric Six

Louis van Gaal
Manager – Manchester United (formerly Holland, Real Madrid, Bayern Munich, etc.)

Frankie Vaughan (Deceased)

Terry Venables
Former footballer – QPR, Tottenham Hotspur, Chelsea; Former manager – Crystal Palace, Barcelona, Spurs, England, Middlesbrough, Leeds United; Football Analyst for ITV

Brian Walden (Deceased)
TV presenter and Journalist

Des Walker
Former footballer Nottingham Forest, Sheffield Wednesday and England

Mark Warburton
QPR Manager-formerly manager of Brentford, Glasgow Rangers and Nottingham Forest

Sam Warburton
Rugby Union player – Wales, British Lions and Cardiff Blues

Julie Welch
Sports writer and Journalist

Paul Weller
Former footballer – Burnley and Rochdale

Alan Wells
Cricketer – Kent CCC

Charlie Whelan
Former Labour Government “Spin Doctor”, now broadcaster and journalist

Jo Whiley
BBC Radio DJ

Paul Whitehouse
Comedian “Fast Show” and “Harry Enfield and Chums”; “Nurse” (BBC Radio)

Richard Whitehead MBE
Winter Paralympian sledge hockey player; marathon and 200m T42 class Olympic Gold Medallist

Musician – Rap, Jungle, Drum and Bass, Grime,  – referred to as “The Godfather of Grime” or “The King of Grime”

Leah Wilkinson
Wales & Great Britain hockey player at the 2020 Olympic Games.

Frank Williams
Formula One Team Boss

Russ Williams
DJ – Virgin Radio and TV Presenter

Billy Wingrove
Football freestyler

Warren Wisneski
Cricketer – New Zealand 1-day International and Canterbury, New Zealand

Nicky Wire
Musician – Manic Street Preachers

Jah Wobble
Musician -Jah Wobble And The Invaders of the Heart; Public Image

Terry Wogan
Radio DJ/ TV Presenter

Art Wood
60’s R’n’B musician – The Artwoods

Tony Wood
TV Producer “Coronation Street”

Stephen Wooley
Film Director – “Stoned”

Anthony Worrell-Thompson
Chef – “Ready Steady Cook” BBC TV

Julian Worricker
Radio Five Live presenter

Dwight Yorke
Former footballer –  Aston Villa, Manchester United, Sunderland and Trinidad & Tobago; Football TV pundit

Luke Young
Former footballer –  Spurs, QPR, Aston Villa, Middlesbrough

Paul Young

Rene Zagger
Actor – PC Nick Klein in “The Bill”

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And thanks to all who have let us know of the famous Spurs fans out there.