Identify these Scots who have made it to the top in their chosen spheres. One or two slightly difficult, perhaps? 12 Questions.
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This former milkman from Edinburgh has been knighted and has defeated SMERSH.
Moved from Aberdeen to Manchester where he had a "devil" of a time before achieving his Knighthood.
A tad more difficult, this author was a Member of Parliament and Governor General of Canada before taking "39 Steps" to further fame.
His life is celebrated all over the world on each January 25th.
Robert the Bruce
One of Scotland's most successful football exports to England, he began his career with Celtic before moving to become an adopted "Scouser".
She was born in Aberdeen in 1965 and despite being deaf from birth is recognised as one of the world's foremost percussionists.
The author who wrote "Wind in the Willows" which was later dramatised by A.A.Milne as "Toad of Toad Hall."
A modern day KNIGHT of the road who made collecting gold a hobby in China.
Crowned King of Scots in 1306, he defeated Edward 2nd of England at Bannockburn in 1314.
Rob Roy McGregor
Robert the Bruce
He achieved wide fame after appearing on the Michael Parkinson Show. Known for his irreverent humour and sometimes strong language.
This famous athlete refused to compete on a Sunday due to his religous beliefs. His story was told in the film "Chariots of Fire".
From Kirkcaldy in |Fife, he lost an eye while playing rugby at school but went on to become the country's leader.
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