ALL-male prison Wormwood Scrubs has a wide range of inmates from serial killers to rock stars who earn notoriety for their antics.
The Category B jail houses thousands of criminals but who are the most infamous prisoners who have been imprisoned in the West London jail?
Who are the prisoners at Wormwood Scrubs?
There are five wings to the prison, which can house up to 1,279 inmates, and it is located near an ancient park of the same name.
The nearly 150-year-old prison has housed many historical faces and is used to hold men sentenced or on remand from the local courts.
Fictional bandmember Murdoc from the Gorillaz apparently also spent time at Wormwood Scrubs during their phase 5 era in 2018.
Other less animated inmates include murderers, poets, and politicians.
The EastEnders star served ten years in English jails after killing a taxi driver in Germany in 1966, during a robbery.
It is reported that Leslie was introduced to acting while in Wormwood Scrubs before he was transferred to Leyhill Prison where he acted in several plays.
He starred on and off as Dirty Den in the long-running soap until 2005 and went on to new projects before passing away in 2018 from lung cancer.
Doherty served just 29 days of a 14-week sentence at the West London prison in 2008, which he got for breaching his probation order.
The former Libertines frontman told reporters outside how jail life was "a lot of gangsters and Radio 4", adding: "Thank you Mrs Thatcher for putting me in the company of the most dangerous criminals in the country."
Pete had a turbulent and well-documented relationship with supermodel Kate Moss and the pair even got engaged but broke up in 2007, before he went to Wormwood prison.
During his time in the jail, he was moved to a private cell after concerns that other inmates were planning to attack him.
The Return Of The Mack singer faced various charges throughout his career but his journey to Wormwood Scrubs is a little unusual.
He was convicted of affray for his part in a brawl, which resulted in one fatality, and he was sentenced to community service.
Morrison paid a lookalike to do his dirty work while he was on tour but didn't get away with it and was arrested and jailed for a year.
While in prison, Morrison reportedly converted to Islam and changed his name to Abdul Rahman.
Britain's most violent prisoner spent just a fortnight at Wormwood Scrubs as he was transferred a total of eight times in 1986.
Originally convicted for an armed robbery in 1974, Bronson moved from prison to prison for his violent behaviour towards staff and inmates alike.
He is said to have strangled the governor of the prison during one particularly violent episode before he was moved on elsewhere.
Charles Salvador, as he is now called, is incarcerated at Woodhill Prison as of 2021 and is serving life imprisonment.
The Moors murderer said the Scrubs was his favourite prison and was transferred there in 1974.
Brady worked as a barber cutting hair for inmates and staff in the 1970s, as well as a cleaner.
Home Office files revealed that during his stay in the prison hospital he was able to mix with young boys from Borstal despite staff arguing that he should be moved off the Mental Observation Landing, according to the BBC.
He claimed to have played chess in Wormwood Scrubs with former cabinet minister John Stonehouse, who is remembered for faking his own death.
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