From jazz to football, screens and stages large and small, and to academia and industry, Trafford is a hotbed of talent and artistry.

Now visual essayist and data website The Pudding has compiled a list of the most Wikapedia’ed celebrities from every UK town.

Some of the names will come as no surprise but can you guess which of the area’s most famous names have come out on top?

Singer, songwriter and author, Morrissey, is the most Wikapedia’ed name in Stretford.

He was born in Davyhulme, Lancashire but moved to a council house with his family in Stretford when he was young boy.

Growing up, he was involved in Manchester’s punk scene but rose to fame as the frontman of The Smiths.

Sale’s most Wikapedia’ed name is David Gray.

A singer-songwriter, Gray released his first album in 1993 and received worldwide attention after the release of White Ladder six years later.

He was born in Sale and lived in Altrincham until the mid-1970s.

Angela Margaret Cartwright is Altrincham’s most Wikapedia’ed name.

An English-born American actress, she is primarily known for her roles in TV and film.

She played the role of Brigitta von Trap in The Sound of Music which went on to win five Academy Awards.

Just down the road in Hale, Frederick Griffith is the most Wikapedia’ed name.

Born in Hale in late 1879, he became a bacteriologist who focused on epidemiology and pathology of bacterial pneumonia.

He became well known for the discovery of pneumococcal transformation; the way bacteria can get DNA through a process called transformation.

The data includes people born in, lived in, or connected to a place.