Gareth Jones (June 6 1925 – November 28 1958) was a British actor, chiefly remembered for his death. During the live television broadcast of the Armchair Theatre play Underground on the ITV network in the UK, Jones died between two of his scenes while in make-up. Director William Kotcheff was forced to improvise with his cast to carry on the play to its conclusion, with producer Sydney Newman ordering him to "shoot it like a football match".
Gareth Jones is a record producer who has worked on many popular and alternative music records by Depeche Mode, Erasure, Indochine, Interpol, and many others.
Gareth Jones (born in 1961 in St Asaph, Wales) is a Welsh television reporter and celebrity. He is also a noted Welsh language (Cymraeg) speaker. Best known for his work as a presenter of children's television and science programmes he has more recently successfully moved to presenting motorsport television and directing programmes.
Gareth Richard Vaughan Jones (1905 – August 12, 1935), was a Welsh journalist who first publicised the existence of the Great Ukrainian Famine of 1932-33 in the west. His mother had spent the period 1889-1892 as tutor to the children of Arthur Hughes, the son of Welsh steel industrialist John Hughes who had founded the town of Yuzovka, modern day Donetsk, in the Ukraine, and her stories inspired in Jones a desire to visit the Soviet Union, and particularly the Ukraine.
Gareth Jones (b. 1939) is a Welsh politician for Plaid Cymru standing for the Conwy constituency in the National Assembly for Wales election, 2007