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Old 12-01-2008, 08:16 PM   #31
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i went to two high schools, the first high school i went to, waukegan high school, has this list :

* Gary Bennett (class of 1990) is a professional baseball catcher.[1]
* Jack Benny (did not graduate) was a comedian and star of radio, film, and television from the 1930s through the 1960s.[2]
* Conni Marie Brazelton is an actress, best known for her work on the television series ER.
* Neil Flynn is an actor best known for his work on the television series Scrubs.
* Otto Graham was a professional football player.
* Adam Pearce (class of 1996) is a professional wrestler.

then my second high school, warren township high school, doesn't really have anyone . although a kid named brandon paul is graduating this year and playing for illinois, as well as jereme richmond from my old high school, waukegan . there's also a kid from zion-benton township high school, right by me, who's going to ohio state . lenzelle smith i think his name is .. not sure
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Only one famous person has graduated from my school and that is Carson Kressley .... what famous people graduated from your school or what famous people do you know personally?

Bell High school:

Marvin bernard formerly from the Giants

The one lead sinfer for Metallica . Sorry i dont know his name. the blonde haired dude.

Rio Hondo College:
Evan Longoria played baseball here then transferred. Now he is AL Mvp
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High School:

Reggie and Cheryll(sp?) Miller

Let ya know when I go to college haha
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Lets see. High school had:Kate Micucci, Actress. No clue who that is.

College had:
Brian Ajhar, whose illustrations have been featured in U.S. News & World Report, Newsweek, Sports Illustrated, and Rolling Stone.
Michael Andretti, race car driver and team owner
Michael Bentt, actor, former WBO World Heavyweight Boxing Champion and five-time U.S.A. amateur national boxing champion
Carol Guzy, recipient of three Pulitzer Prizes for photojournalism
Chris Martin, CEO of U.S. guitar manufacturer, C. F. Martin & Company
Kelly Monaco of "Dancing with the Stars" and "General Hospital" fame
David Shaffer, co-CEO of Just Born candies
Andy Thom, award-winning animator whose credits include "Jumanji," "Godzilla" and "Little Einsteins."
Roger Williams, television writer and producer whose work has appeared on ABC, CBS, CNN, PBS, VH1 and Comedy Central.

Heard of 3 of those people. Anyway, in the next county over, Aaron Gray went to Emmaus High School.
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Roy williams (safety) from the Dallas Cowboys
Nate Robinson from the Knicks.. but he transfer his senior year.
SuChin Pak, MTV News reporter
Eddie House From Celtics i think

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Old 12-01-2008, 10:20 PM   #36
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Do I really have to list all 1000 alumni?

Yes! A wiki!


[edit] Arts & entertainment

* Pam Arciero - puppeteer
* Jennifer Barnhart - actor and puppeteer
* Michael Bergin - supermodel
* Beau Billingslea - voice actor and former UConn football player
* Tanisha Brito - former Miss Connecticut and Miss Georgia USA
* Mary Cadorette - actor
* Lui Collins - folk singer-songwriter

* Jennifer Duarte - designer and photographer
* Ned Kahn - environmental artist and MacArthur "genius grant" recipient
* Jeremy Leven - author, director, producer, and screenwriter
* Moby - musician
* Judy Collins - musician
* Julius R. Nasso - film producer
* Peter Niedmann - composer
* Wayne Norman - radio broadcaster
* Ron Palillo - actor
* Laurenţiu Rotaru - bass-baritone opera singer
* Meg Ryan - actress
* Skip Schoolnik - film director and producer
* Brian Schulz, Emmy-winning producer and cinematographer
* Richard Sloan - interpretive dancer and master puppeteer
* Rick Sternbach - Emmy-winning illustrator and visual effects artist
* Tony Todd - actor
* Paige Turco - actress
* Dana Wilson - composer and jazz pianist
* Tom Curran - professional poker player

[edit] Athletics

* Swin Cash
* Sue Bird
* Shea Ralph
* Svetlana Abrosimova - forward for the Connecticut Sun
* Ray Allen - 5th pick in the 1996 NBA Draft, currently starting shooting guard for the Boston Celtics
* Hilton Armstrong - NBA 12th pick in 2006 NBA Draft, (New Orleans/Oklahoma City Hornets) Forward/Center
* Josh Boone - 23rd pick in the 2006 NBA Draft (New Jersey Nets)
* Denham Brown - 40th pick in the 2006 NBA Draft (Seattle Supersonics)
* Scott Burrell - first American draft pick for MLB and NBA...Played in the NBA from 1995-2001
* Caron Butler - NBA 10th pick in 2002 NBA Draft, (Washington Wizards) Guard
* Jesse Carlson - MLB Pitcher for the Toronto Blue Jays
* Rajai Davis - MLB Outfielder for the Oakland Athletics
* Walt Dropo - former all-star Major League Baseball first baseman, 1950 MLB Rookie of the Year Award winner (American League)
* Khalid El-Amin - former Chicago Bulls Guard
* Kirk Ferentz - former UConn linebacker and current University of Iowa football head coach. Also former University of Maine football head coach and former Cleveland Browns/Baltimore Ravens offensive line coach
* Alfred Fincher - New Orleans Saints linebacker
* Rudy Gay - NBA 8th overall pick in 2006 NBA Draft, (Memphis Grizzlies) Guard
* Tate George - former basketball player for the New Jersey Nets & Milwaukee Bucks
* Nick Giaquinto - Former NFL tailback, member of the Super Bowl XVII champion Washington Redskins
* Ben Gordon - NBA 3rd pick in 2004 NBA Draft, (Chicago Bulls) Guard
* Jason Grabowski - Major League Baseball Player
* Richard Hamilton - 7th pick in 1999 NBA Draft, (Detroit Pistons) Guard
* Mike Hoffman - NHL Right winger on the Atlanta Thrashers
* Dan Iassogna - current Major League Baseball umpire
* Asjha Jones - center/power forward for the Connecticut Sun.[1]
* Travis Knight - Former NBA player, 29th pick in 1996 NBA Draft, Center
* Brian Kozlowski - Former NFL fullback/tight end
* Todd Krygier - Former NHL left-winger for the Hartford Whalers, Washington Capitals & Mighty Ducks of Anaheim
* Rebecca Lobo - former WNBA player and current ESPN analyst
* Donyell Marshall - 4th pick in 1994 NBA Draft
* Mpho Moloi - midfielder for the Houston Dynamo
* Charles Nagy - former all-star Major League Baseball pitcher
* Emeka Okafor - 2nd pick in 2004 NBA Draft, (Charlotte Bobcats) Power Forward
* Kevin Ollie - NBA guard for the(Philadelphia 76ers)
* Dan Orlovsky - Detroit Lions quarterback
* Tom Penders - head men's basketball coach at the University of Houston
* Damani Ralph - former Chicago Fire player and current FC Rubin Kazan striker
* Bobby Rhine - defensive player for FC Dallas
* Jennifer Rizzotti - former pro basketball player and current University of Hartford women's head coach
* Clifford R. Robinson - basketball player for the New Jersey Nets
* Sam Rutigliano - former Cleveland Browns head coach
* Bob Schaefer - bench coach for the Los Angeles Dodgers and former manager for the Kansas City Royals
* Chris Smith - former Minnesota Timberwolves Guard
* Bob Staak - former Wake Forest University and NBA coach
* Shane Stafford - Arena Football League quarterback
* Diana Taurasi - guard for the Phoenix Mercury
* Shavar Thomas - soccer player for the Kansas City Wizards
* Pete Walker - Toronto Blue Jays pitcher
* Charlie Villanueva - NBA 11th pick in 2003 NBA Draft, (Milwaukee Bucks) Forward
* Jake Voskuhl - NBA center currently playing for the(Charlotte Bobcats)
* Marcus Williams - NBA 22nd pick in 2006 NBA Draft, (New Jersey Nets) Guard
* Tamika Williams - forward for the Connecticut Sun

[edit] Authors and journalists

* Virginia DeJohn Anderson - historian, author of Creatures of Empire
* Elizabeth Bear (Sarah Bear Elizabeth Wishnevsky) - author
* Robert D. Kaplan - journalist and Atlantic Monthly editor
* Bobbie Ann Mason - novelist and literary critic
* Leigh Montville - sports journalist
* Michael North - author and UCLA Professor
* Les Payne, Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist
* Tim Page, Pulitzer Prize-winning music critic and biographer of Dawn Powell
* Ann Lane Petry - author
* Joel Rosenberg - author
* Mark J. Roy - author of photohistory of UConn
* Elaine Scarry - author and Harvard University professor
* Lewis Turco - poet and writing teacher

[edit] Business & industry

* Robert Diamond - president & CEO of Barclays Bank
* Randal A. Nardone - COO & Co-Founder, Fortress Investment Group
* George Harrison - senior vice president at Nintendo
* John Klein - chairman, CEO, and president of People's Bank
* Jim Masur - CFO of Babson Capital
* Jeff Benjamin - ECD at Crispin Porter + Bogusky
* Stewart Rosenberg - CEO and president of Bio-Investigations Ltd.
* David Schreff entertainment and sports executive, former President, Marketing and Media for the National Basketball Association, former President, COO of Marvel Entertainment
* George Kruglov - Deloitte
* T. Scott Case - Co-founder of
* Dona D. Young - chairman, CEO, and president of The Phoenix Companies

[edit] Diplomacy, government & politics

* Bona Arsenault - former Canadian Member of Parliament
* Richard Calder - prominent CIA official
* Her Excellency Prof. Dr.Tansu Çiller - first female Prime Minister of Turkey
* Joe Courtney- Democratic U.S. Congressman
* Charles A. Duelfer - head of the Iraq Survey Group
* Samih Farsoun - academic and Arab-American activist
* Aaron Field - speaker of the Jewish National Assembly
* Sam Gejdenson - former Democratic member of the United States House of Representatives
* Robert Giaimo - former U.S. Representative who helped create the National Endowment for the Arts, National Endowment for the Humanities, and the Washington Metro
* Hajim al-Hassani - speaker of the Iraqi National Assembly
* Eliot A. Jardines - Assistant Deputy Director of U.S. National Intelligence for Open Source Intelligence
* Thomas Joseph Meskill - former Republican U.S. Representative and Governor for Connecticut
* Shaun McNally - Democratic politician
* Chris Murphy - Democratic U.S. Congressman
* David Valesky - Democratic member of the New York State Senate
* Sam Webb - chairman of the Communist Party USA

[edit] Education

* Stanley F. Battle - president of Coppin State University
* Scott S. Cowen - president of Tulane University
* Thomas C. Duffy - deputy dean of the Yale School of Music
* Martha Piper - immediate past president and vice chancellor of the University of British Columbia
* Joseph W. Polisi - president of The Juilliard School
* Florence Roisman - Indiana University School of Law - Indianapolis professor and social activist
* Timothy Perry Shriver - teacher and philanthropist
* Kevin Swick - early childhood education theorist

[edit] Law

* Joette Katz - Associate Justice, Connecticut Supreme Court
* Edward Kennedy, Jr. - lawyer and son of U.S. Senator Ted Kennedy
* Rosemary S. Pooler - Judge, U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit
* Kevin O'Connor - U.S. Attorney for the State of Connecticut, Chief of Staff to Attorney General Alberto Gonzales
* Vicki Melchiorre - Senior Assistant State's Attorney - Hartford, CT

[edit] Military

* Paul A. Yost, Jr. - former United States Coast Guard Commandant

[edit] Miscellaneous

* Carolyn Runowicz - president of the American Cancer Society
* Gene C. Young - noted Civil Rights Movement activist

[edit] Science

* Franklin Chang-Diaz - astronaut and physicist
* Carol A Fowler - Noted speech scientist and CEO of Haskins Laboratories
* Toby Grotz - electrical engineer and Nikola Tesla expert
* David Lee - Nobel Prize-winning physicist
* Kevin B. MacDonald - evolutionary psychology theorist
* Richard Mastracchio - astronaut and engineer
* Peter Noznick - food chemist
* Massimo Pigliucci - outspoken anti-creationism scientist
* Philip Rubin - CEO and senior scientist at Haskins Laboratories
* Yuwen Zhang - Expert in thermal science, Associate Professor of Mechanical Engineering at University of Missouri

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No one famous from my high school unfortunately, so I'll have to go with my alma mater, UC Berkeley (go bears!)...

Ball Players (not all, just picked a few)...

Kevin Johnson
Jason Kidd
Leon Powe
Darrall Imhoff


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* Matt Biondi, B.A. 1988 - three-time Olympian, winner of 8 gold medals
* Hubert A. Caldwell, 1929 - Olympic crew, 1928 gold medalist
* Peter Cipollone, B.A. 1994 - Coxswain for the gold medal winning rowing team at the 2004 Summer Olympics in Athens, Greece
* Natalie Coughlin, B.A. 2005 - Olympic swimmer (winner of five medals, including two gold medals, at the 2004 Summer Olympics in Athens, Greece; at the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing, China , she became the first American female athlete in modern Olympic history[92] to win six medals in one Olympics); three-time NCAA Swimmer of the Year.
* Anthony Ervin - Olympic swimmer, gold medal in 50m freestyle, silver medal in 4x100m freestyle relay, first black male on the US Olympic swimming team
* Joy Fawcett, B.A. 1992 - member of the gold winning United States women's soccer team at the 2004 Summer Olympics in Athens, and the 1996 Summer Olympics in Atlanta
* Michele Granger, B.A. 1993 - softball pitcher and Olympic gold medalist
* Mark Henderson (swimmer), 1991 - swimmer, gold medalist at the 1996 Summer Olympics where he broke the world record in the 400 meter medley swimming relay
* Mary T. Meagher, B.A. 1987 - Olympic swimmer, winner of three gold medals;'s 100 Greatest Women Athletes (ranked 17th)
* Jonny Moseley (currently enrolled) - Gold Medalist in 1998 Winter Olympics
* Connie Carpenter-Phinney, B.A. 1981 - cycling gold medalist in 1984 Summer Olympics in Los Angeles, California
* Alvin F. Rylander, 1928 - Olympic crew, 1928 gold medalist
* Staciana Stitts, B.A. 2004 - Olympic swimmer, gold medalist in 2000 Summer Olympics in Sydney, Australia
* Helen Wills, B.A. 1925 - all time great tennis player; singles winner of eight Wimbledon titles, seven U.S. Open Championships, four French Opens, and two Olympic gold medals


* Pema Chodron, B.A. - spiritual teacher and author, interpreter of Tibetan Buddhism for Western audiences. Formerly known as Deirdre Blomfield-Brown
* Mayme Agnew Clayton, B.A. - librarian and founder of President & Spiritual Leader of the Western States Black Research and Education Center (WSBREC), the largest privately held collection of African-American historical materials in the world
* Madelyn Dunham, grandmother of Barack Obama (did not graduate)
* Thomas Kinkade, B.A. - American painter.
* Timothy Leary, Ph.D. 1950 - psychologist and counterculture figure
* David Lempert, Ph.D. anthropology 1992 - social entrepreneur, democratic education
* Ed Roberts, B.A. 1964, M.A. 1966, C.Phil. 1969 - Founder of the Independent Living Movement
* Heng Sure, Ph.D. - American Buddhist monk of the City of Ten Thousand Buddhas; one of the first Americans ordained in the States
* Alice Waters, B.A. 1967 - celebrity chef, founder of Chez Panisse, originator of the California cuisine style of gourmet cooking; member of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences
* Underground Japanese hip hop-artist Shing02 attended UC Berkeley in 1993, and achieved notoriety in the United States primarily for his contributions to the Shinichiro Watanabe anime-series Samurai Champloo (which aired on Cartoon Network's late-night segment Adultswim in U.S, and Animax as well as Fuji TV in Japan).

Musical Artists

* Suzanne Ciani, M.A. 1970 - composer
* Les Claypool - bassist and singer of Primus
* Stewart Copeland, drummer of The Police[35]
* Henry Cowell (attended 1914) - composer
* Adam Duritz (attended) - lead singer of Counting Crows
* Jewlia Eisenberg, B.A. 1998 - musician, cofounder of Charming Hostess
* Davey Havok (attended) - lead singer of AFI
* Susanna Hoffs, B.A. 1980 - lead singer of The Bangles
* Ivan Ilić, B.A. 2001 - American pianist of Serbian descent based in Paris
* Andrew Imbrie, M.A. 1947 - composer
* Stephan Jenkins, B.A. 1987 (Valedictorian) - lead singer and songwriter of the band Third Eye Blind
* Michael Kang - a multi-instrumentalist for the popular jam band The String Cheese Incident
* Jonathan Kramer, Ph.D. 1969 - composer
* Phil Lesh, (attended) - bass guitarist of the band Grateful Dead
* Jose-Luis Orozco, B.A. 1976 - singer-songwriter,educator, recording artist and author of children's books De Colores, Diez deditos/Ten Little Fingers, Fiestas, etc.
* Jade Puget, B.A. 1996 - guitarist of AFI
* Belinda Reynolds, B.A. 1990 - classical composer
* Malvina Reynolds, Ph.D. 1938 (also B.A., M.A.) - folk/blues singer-songwriter and political activist
* Terry Riley, M.A. 1961 - composer

Nobel laureates

* Thomas Cech, Ph.D. 1975 - Nobel laureate (1989, Chemistry),[1] for the "discovery of catalytic properties of RNA"
* Steven Chu, Ph.D. 1976 - Nobel laureate (1997, Physics),[2] for the "development of methods to cool and trap atoms with laser light"
* Robert Curl, Ph.D. 1957- Nobel laureate (1996, Chemistry),[3] for the "discovery of fullerenes"
* Joseph Erlanger, B.S. 1895 - Nobel laureate (1944, Physiology or Medicine),[4] for "discoveries relating to the highly differentiated functions of single nerve fibres"
* Andrew Fire, B.A. 1978 - Nobel laureate (2006, Physiology or Medicine),[5] for the "discovery of RNA interference - gene silencing by double-stranded RNA"
* William F. Giauque, B.S. 1920, Ph.D. 1922 - Nobel laureate (1949, Chemistry),[6] "for his contributions in the field of chemical thermodynamics, particularly concerning the behaviour of substances at extremely low temperatures"
* David Gross, Ph.D. 1966 - Nobel laureate (2004, Physics),[7] "for the discovery of asymptotic freedom in the theory of the strong interaction"
* Alan Heeger, Ph.D. 1961 - Nobel laureate (2000, Chemistry),[8] "for the discovery and development of conductive polymers"
* Daniel Kahneman, Ph.D. 1961 - Nobel laureate (2002, Economics),[9] "for having integrated insights from psychological research into economic science, especially concerning human judgment and decision-making under uncertainty"
* Lawrence Klein, B.A. 1942 - Nobel laureate (1980, Economics),[10] "for the creation of econometric models and the application to the analysis of economic fluctuations and economic policies"
* Willis Lamb, B.S. 1934, Ph.D. 1938 - Nobel laureate (1955, Physics)),[11] "for his discoveries concerning the fine structure of the hydrogen spectrum"
* Robert Laughlin, B.A. 1972 [1] - Nobel laureate (1998, Physics),[12] for the "discovery of a new form of quantum fluid with fractionally charged excitations"
* Yuan T. Lee, Ph.D. 1962 - Nobel laureate (1986, Chemistry),[13] for "contributions concerning the dynamics of chemical elementary processes"; Professor of Chemistry; Principal Investigator, Materials and Molecular Research Division, Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory;
* Willard Libby, B.S. 1931, Ph.D. 1933 - Professor of Chemistry, Nobel laureate (1960, Chemistry),[14] "for his method to use carbon-14 for age determination in archaeology, geology, geophysics, and other branches of science"
* John C. Mather, Ph.D. 1974 - Nobel laureate (2006, Physics),[15] for the "discovery of the blackbody form and anisotropy of the cosmic microwave background radiation"
* Mario Molina, Ph.D. 1972- Nobel laureate (1995, Chemistry)),[16] for "work in atmospheric chemistry, particularly concerning the formation and decomposition of ozone"
* Kary Mullis, Ph.D. 1973 - Nobel laureate (1993, Chemistry),[17] "for his invention of the polymerase chain reaction (PCR) method"
* Douglass North, B.A. 1942, Ph.D. 1952- Nobel laureate (1993, Economics),[18] "for having renewed research in economic history by applying economic theory and quantitative methods in order to explain economic and institutional change"
* Thomas Schelling, B.A. 1944 - Nobel laureate (2005, Economics),[19] "for having enhanced our understanding of conflict and cooperation through game-theory analysis"
* Glenn T. Seaborg, Ph.D. 1937 - Nobel laureate (1951, Chemistry), University Professor of Chemistry, Associate Director, Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory, Chancellor, Berkeley campus (1958-1961),[20] for "discoveries in the chemistry of the transuranium elements"
* Hamilton Smith, B.A. 1952 - Nobel laureate (1978, Physiology or Medicine),[21] "for the discovery of restriction enzymes and their application to problems of molecular genetics"
* Otto Stern, L.L.D 1930 - Nobel laureate (1943, Nobel Prize in Physics),[22] "for his contribution to the development of the molecular ray method and his discovery of the magnetic moment of the proton"
* Henry Taube, Ph.D. 1940 - Nobel laureate (1983, Chemistry ),[23] "for his work on the mechanisms of electron transfer reactions, especially in metal complexes"
* Harold Urey, Ph.D. 1923 - Nobel laureate (1934, Chemistry),[24] "for his discovery of heavy hydrogen"
* Selman Waksman, Ph.D. 1918 - Nobel laureate (1952, Physiology or Medicine),[25] "for his discovery of streptomycin, the first antibiotic effective against tuberculosis"


* Lance Ito, J.D. 1975 - judge, presided over O.J. Simpson trial
* Roger J. Traynor, B.A. 1923, Ph.D. 1926, J.D. 1927 - Chief Justice of the California Supreme Court (1964-1970)
* Earl Warren, B.A. 1912, J.D. 1914 - 14th Chief Justice of the United States Supreme Court (1953-1969) (also listed in Governors section and Attorneys section)

Only a partial list obviously. We be ballin outta control.
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Milby High School
-Donald Driver (GB Packers)

That's the only one I know of.
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Ohio University:
-Matt Lauer
-Mike Schmidt
-Jay Mariotti
-former NBA players Dave Jamerson, Gary Trent, and Brandon Hunter
-Browns punter Dave Zastudil
-Nancy Cartwright (voice of Bart Simpson)
-Richard Dean Anderson
-George Voinivich
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Van Nuys High went there for about a month before going to High Tech High.

Paula Abdul, Marilyn Monroe, Joseph Gordon-Levitt are the main 3.

Pierce Community College

Coco Crisp, Erik Kramer, Barry Zito, Ron Goldman, Scott Shaw and Dick Van Dyke's son.

LA Valley College

Tom Selleck. Mickey Dolenz, Howard K. Stern
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Let me retract Traci Lords. She didn't graduate. She quit school at 14 and moved to LA to become a pornstar.
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