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

There are many very famous followers of gold and black and many that you may not even know.

Join us as we take a look at some of the celebrity fans who have a crush on the South Bank.

There are bound to be some we forgot, use the comments below to let us know.

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Born in 1970, television presenter Suzi Perry grew up in the Finchfield area of ​​Wolverhampton. She attended Smestow School, Wolverhampton and worked as a lighting technician at the Wolverhampton Grand Theatre. She studied economics and finance at Wolverhampton Polytechnic (now the University of Wolverhampton) and supports Wolverhampton Wanderers

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Clint Mansell is the former singer of Pop Will Eat Itself. Today he is a world-renowned film music composer. He has worked on films such as Moon, Smokin’ Aces and Black Swan. He’s also a really big Wolves fan.

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

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When he signed for Wolves, Dennis Irwin opened up about growing up with the club as a boy.

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

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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 keen supporter of Wolverhampton Wanderers and was awarded an Honorary Doctorate of Music by the University of Wolverhampton in September 2005

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Led Zeppelin Robert Plant is a lifelong Wolves fan. He’s such a big fan that he’s now the club’s vice-president.

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

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TV presenter Mark Rhodes hails from Wolverhampton and is a big fan of his local team. Steve Bull even endorsed him on the TV show Pop Idol.

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Worcester-born Edward Elgar was a world-renowned composer who wrote Land Of Hope and Glory. He was also a visitor to Molineux, having fallen 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 as a Wolves fan online. Whether she 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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Once coached by David Lloyd, Andy Murray is said to have developed a soft spot for wolves, even wearing the jersey to train.

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David Coleman OBE: The broadcasting legend has broadcast 11 Olympic Games and six World Cups. Said to have been a Wolves fan. Sadly passed away in 2013.

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Peter Powell, a former radio host and now entertainment act manager, is another fan of the boys in gold and black.

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

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Roland Orzabal: The Tears for Fears star is said to be a fan of The Wanderers. Is it true? Who knows…

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Ja’s man from the Babylon Zoo pop group with sunglasses and a silver jacket.

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Rachael Heyhoe-Flint, the late former England Women’s Cricket captain, 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 few seasons ago he was involved in a bizarre saga of a different kind, this time on Twitter. Google it, you will find out how he became a member of the ancient gold and black armies.

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“Little” Jimmy Osmond reportedly told people he was a Wolves fan in the ’70s.

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George Best is said to have become 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 Wolfs fan.

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As Dean Saunders compared his side to Mike Tyson, his comments about Big Joe Egan (right) were directed to the former boxing champ. Tyson noted he’s looking forward to seeing how Wolves progress going forward and would love to see them play. Is that correct?

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moderator Jacqui Oatley is an avid supporter.

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Olympic boxing medalist Ben Whittaker is a local and a keen Wolves fan.

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Athletics icon Tessa Sanderson is not only a fan of the club, her nephew Dion also works for her.

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Michael Jackson’s brother Tito is an adopted Wolves fan and has attended a number of games.

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