Who knew Mark Hamill was a Wolves fan? Well, in all honesty, that’s a whole story in itself about how the force is strong with Mr. Skywalker. One that you can read here.

There are many very famous supporters of all things gold and black and many that you may not even be aware of.

Join us as we take a look at some of the famous fans with a penchant for the South Bank.

There are likely a few that we missed, use the comments below to let us know.

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Born in 1970, TV presenter Suzi Perry grew up in the Finchfield area of ​​Wolverhampton. She went to Smestow School in Wolverhampton and worked as a lighting technician at the Wolverhampton Grand Theatre. She studied business and finance at Wolverhampton Polytechnic (now the University of Wolverhampton) and is a supporter of Wolverhampton Wanderers.

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Clint Mansell is the former singer of Pop Will Eat Itself. He is now a world-renowned film score composer. He has worked on movies like Moon, Smokin’ Aces, and Black Swan. He is also a huge Wolves fan.

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Raúl Jiménez wears the Mexican wrestling mask of former WWE icon Sin Cara, who adopted Wolves due to his compatriot’s exploits for the club. He was even a special guest at Molineux

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Upon signing for Wolves, Dennis Irwin recounted how he grew up watching the club as a child.

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Born far from the Black Country in South Shields in 1943, Eric Idle, a member of the comedy troupe Monty Python, enrolled at Royal Wolverhampton School as a boarder at the age of seven and became a fan of the local Wolverhampton Wanderers football team.

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Soul singer Beverley Knight was born in Wolverhampton in 1973 and attended Woodfield Infant and Junior Schools and Highfields School in Wolverhampton. She is a huge supporter of Wolverhampton Wanderers and in September 2005, the University of Wolverhampton made her an honorary doctor of music.

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Led Zeppelin Robert Plant is a lifelong Wolves fan. He is such a fan that he is now vice president of the club.

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Dexys Midnight Runners singer Kevin Rowland hails from Wednesfield and has been a Wolves fan since he was a child. He says that he loves being on the South Bank singing with the fans.

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Television presenter Mark Rhodes hails from Wolverhampton and is a huge fan of his home team. Steve Bull even went to support him on the Pop Idol TV show.

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Edward Elgar, born in Worcester, was a world famous composer who wrote Land Of Hope and Glory. He too was a visitor to Molineux after falling in love with the club in 1898.

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Reef frontman Gary Stringer (second from right) is a well-known Wolves fan.

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TV and radio presenter Sue Lawley is widely regarded on the internet as a Wolves fan. Whether it is or not, we really don’t know.

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Former British tennis player and Davis Cup captain John Lloyd is a Wolves fan.

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Andy Murray was once coached by David Lloyd and is said to have developed a soft spot for Wolves, even wearing the jersey for training.

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David Coleman OBE: The broadcasting legend covered eleven Olympic Games and six World Cups. It was reported that he was a Wolves fan. He sadly passed away in 2013.

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Former radio host turned entertainment acts manager Peter Powell is another fan of the black and gold boys.

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Cannock-born comedian Steve Edge starred in Phoenix Nights. He is a season ticket holder at Molineux.

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Roland Orzabal: The Tears for Fears star is rumored to be a fan of The Wanderers. It’s true? Who knows…

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Jas Mann of the pop group Babylon Zoo wearing sunglasses and a silver jacket.

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The late former England Women’s Cricket captain, Rachael Heyhoe-Flint, was on the board of Wolverhampton Wanderers.

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Mark Hamill needs no introduction. The Star Wars actor rose to fame as Luke Skywalker in the sci-fi epics. A couple of seasons ago he found himself embroiled in a bizarre saga of a different kind, this time on Twitter. Google him and you will find out how he became a member of the ancient gold and black army.

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‘Little’ Jimmy Osmond reportedly used to tell people he was a Wolves fan in the ’70s.

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It was reported that George Best became a huge Wolves fan after being inspired by the style of Wolves great Peter Broadbent.

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Peter Baker: The golfer is a well-known Wolves fan.

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When Dean Saunders compared his side to Mike Tyson, his comments were sent to the former boxing champion via Big Joe Egan (right). Tyson commented that he hoped to see how the Wolves do in the future and that he would like to see them play. will that do good?

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Presenter Jacqui Oatley is a huge fan.

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Olympic boxing medalist Ben Whittaker hails from the area and is a huge Wolves fan.

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Athletics icon Tessa Sanderson isn’t just a fan of the club, her nephew Dion works for them.

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Michael Jackson’s brother Tito is a foster fan of the Wolves and has been to several games.

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