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List of people from Merseyside

This is a list of notable people from what is now the county of Merseyside, including those from the city of Liverpool.

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  • Jason Isaacs, actor.[92] Plays Lucius Malfoy in Harry Potter.

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  • Miles Kane: (born 17 March 1986) is a musician originally from the Wirral, best known as the co-frontman of the Last Shadow Puppets and former frontman of the Rascals. He was formerly the vocalist and lead guitarist for the Rascals, but announced the band's break-up in August 2009. He is currently pursuing a solo career and continues to be a part of his side-project the Last Shadow Puppets. His debut solo album, Colour of the Trap, was released on 9 May 2011.
  • Gillian Kearney: actress, Brookside, Damon and Debbie, Hope and Glory.[97]
  • Stan Kelly-Bootle: Academic, Author, Folk Singer/Songwriter. Songs include Liverpool Lullaby. Author of several books on computing.
  • Sir Anthony Kenny: Academic, writer on Religion and Philosophy, former President of the British Academy and current President of the Royal Institute of Philosophy.
  • Bill Kenwright: Theatre supremo and Everton F.C. chairman.[98]
  • Josh Kirby: Artist and Illustrator.[99]
  • Aimee Kearsley: Singer, Songwriter, FanFair – Music, IMDB – Aimee Kearsley

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  • Frankie Vaughan: Stylish singer, dancer and entertainer, whose career ran from the late 1940s.[198]

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See also

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