Billy Connolly
famous comedian and entertainer, lived in Drumchapel, in Kinfauns Drive. 


 

Actor James McAvoy
was born and bred in Glasgow, McAvoy lived in Scotstoun until he was seven, before going to live with his grandparents in Drumchapel
Andy Gray
Between the years 1973–1992 Andy Gray played for Dundee United, Aston Villa, Wolverhampton Wanderers, Everton, Notts County, West Bromwich Albion, Glasgow Rangers, Cheltenham Town and finally Chelsea. He scored a total of 180 goals in his domestic and International career.
Danny McGrain
played for Glasgow Celtic from 1970 to 1987 and is widely regarded as one of the most talented defenders Scottish football ever produced. McGrain finished his playing career with one season at Hamilton Academical in 1988 and amassed a total of 62 caps at international level.
Football player Gregor Stevens 
played for Motherwell, Leicester City, Glasgow Rangers, Hearts, Partick Thistle, Brechin City and Dumbarton.


Football player John MacDonald
played for Glasgow Rangers, Charlton Athletic, Barnsley, Scarborough, Ardrieonians, Dumbarton, Fort William and Inverness Caledonian Thistle. MacDonald made 230 appearances and scored 77 goals while at Glasgow Rangers.


Football player John Wark
John played for Ipswich Town, Liverpool and Middlesburgh. Wark scored 172 goals in domestic and international matches


football player Gordon Smith  
was brought up in Drumchapel. He played for St Johnstone, Aston Villa, Tottenham Hotspur, Wolves and Pittsburgh Spirit
Actor David Hayman 
is a Scottish film, television and stage actor and director, he grew up in Drumchapel
James Kelman
is an influential writer of novels, short stories, plays and political essays. Kelman won the 1994 Booker Prize with How Late It Was.
Kenny McDowall
is a former Scottish footballer and is currently assistant manager at Scottish Third Division club Glasgow Rangers.
During his playing career he played for Partick Thistle and St. Mirren and featured in the 1987 Scottish Cup final as St. Mirren defeated Dundee United 1-0. He made a total of 291 appearances for St. Mirren and was rewarded with a testimonial in 1996 after twelve years service at the club.
After his playing career, he went into coaching and was appointed youth and reserve coach at Celtic in 1997.
After ten years at Celtic, McDowall switched to Glasgow rivals Rangers alongside manager Walter Smith and assistant manager Ally McCoist.[1] At the end of the 2010/2011 season and with Walter Smith's departure, McDowall went from being first team coach at Rangers, to assistant manager to Ally McCoist.
Sharon Small
is a Scottish actress acclaimed for her dramatic work in film, radio, theatre, and television. Her best-known TV role is that of Detective Sergeant Barbara Havers in the BBC television adaptation of the Inspector Lynley Mysteries by Elizabeth George.
Alex Miller
is a Scottish football manager and former player. As a player, he had a 15 year career with Rangers. As a manager, he won the 1991 Scottish League Cup with Hibernian. He subsequently worked for Premier League club Liverpool for nine years, assisting Gérard Houllier and Rafael Benítez.
Mary Kiani
is a Scottish singer  who first had hit songs as vocalist for dance music act The Time Frequency (TTF) in the early 1990s and later a solo career.
"Real Love", featuring Kiani, the group's only Top 10 hit in the UK Singles Chart, peaked at #8 in November 1993. Other charting singles with Kiani were "New Emotion" #36, and "The Ultimate High" / "Power Zone" #17.