Undoubtedly the most famous Welshman of Norwegian extraction, Roald Dahl was born into a wealthy family of Cardiff ship owners. It was at the Cathedral School in Llandaff, he later recalled, that he developed a fascination with sweets that would later provide the inspiration for one of his most famous books.
With the opening of the new Burton/Depp movie of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory last Friday in the UK, I am pleased to announce Dahl's official elevation to the status of a Welsh Born Icon.
Monday, August 01, 2005
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