Brentford Celebrity Fans and Famous Fans
Richard Archer Fan
The leader singer of indie band Hard-Fi is from Staines-upon-Thames and is a big fan of the Bees.
Sarah Cracknell Went-to-a-game Fan
Seeing as though she's the lead singer of St Etienne we'd like to think she was a football fan, and is probably a season ticket holder with Les Verts, but that's maybe not the case. Anyway, she once said in an interview that she'd seen Brentford play a couple of times, so that's where the link comes from.
Adam Devlin Fan
One look at the Twitter account of The Bluetones songwriter/guitarist and you know he's a proper Brentford fan.
Cameron Diaz Tenuous link
Sorry Bees fans, but there's nothing substantial in this one. The American actress is a friend of restaurateur and Brentford fan Dan Tana, that's where the rumours of her supporting the club came from, but don't expect to bump into her at the ground.
Greg Dyke Dual-Club Fan
Greg Dyke's had a hell of a lot of media-related jobs but is best known as the former director general of the BBC and chairman of the F.A. A self-confessed fan of both Brentford and Manchester United, he attended his first Brentford game in the mid-1950s and went on to become non-executive chairman of the Bees in 2006.
Dean Gaffney Fan
Best known for his role in Eastenders as the loveable fall-guy Robbie Jackson (c'mon you remember him, the owner of Well'ard the dog), Gaffney was brought up in the area and first went to Brentford as a teenager in the early 90s and has been a big fan of the club ever since.
Natalie Sawyer Fan
The TV and radio presenter is originally from Ealing in West London and is big Brentford fan. She featured in an advertising campaign to promote the club's tickets back in 2012.
Dan Tana Fan
The American restaurateur was invited to watch the Bees back in the 1970s and ended up becoming the club's chairman.
Rick Wakeman Fan
Best known as the keyboard player with prog-rock band Yes, Wakeman has been a Bees fan since growing up in West London, and was a director of the club for a short time in the late 1970s.