List of Northwestern alumni

The following is a list of notable alumni who attended Northwestern University

Academia

* Madeleine Wing Adler (B.A. 1962), President, West Chester University
* Robert J. Alpern (B.A. 1972), Dean, Yale School of Medicine
* Elijah Anderson (Ph.D. 1976), William K. Lanman, Jr. Professor of Sociology, Yale University
* Sally Blount-Lyon (Ph.D. 1992), Dean, NYU Stern School of Business Undergraduate College
* Clinton Bristow, Jr. (B.A. 1971), former President, Alcorn State University
* Lawrence Bryan (Ph.D. 1973), President, MacMurray College
* Johnnetta B. Cole (M.A. 1959, Ph.D. 1967), President Emerita, Spelman College; President, Bennett College
* Juan Cole (B.A. 1975), Professor of Modern Middle East and South Asian History, University of Michigan
* James Hal Cone (M.A. 1963, Ph.D. 1965), Charles A. Briggs Distinguished Professor of Systematic Theology, Union Theological Seminary in the City of New York
* Mitchell Duneier, Professor of Sociology, Princeton University
* Troy Duster (B.A. 1957, Ph.D. 1962), Professor of Sociology, New York University and University of California, Berkeley
* Lee Edelman (B.A.), Fletcher Professor of English Literature, Tufts University
* Fred D. Fagg, Jr., former President, University of Southern California
* Jonathan Freedman (B.A. 1977), Professor of English and American Studies, University of Michigan
* Susan Fuhrman (B.A. 1965, M.A. 1966), President, Teachers College, Columbia University
* Simon Gikandi (Ph.D., 1986), Professor of English, Princeton University
* Barry Glassner (B.S. 1974), Executive Vice Provost & Professor of Sociology, University of Southern California
* Cynthia Herrup (B.S.J. 1972, Ph.D. 1982), Professor of History and Law, University of Southern California
* Rosanna Hertz (M.A. 1977, Ph.D. 1983), Luella LaMer Professor of Sociology and Women's Studies, Wellesley College
* Michael J. Hopkins (B.A. 1979, Ph.D. 1984), Professor of Mathematics, Harvard University
* Louis Kaplow (B.A. 1977), Finn M.W. Caspersen and Household International Professor of Law and Economics, Harvard University
* Jonathan D. Katz (Ph.D. 1996), former head of Larry Kramer Initiative for Lesbian and Gay Studies, Yale University
* Joann (Wheeler) Kealiinohomoku (M.A. 1965), anthropologist and dance researcher
* Dale Knobel (Ph.D. 1976), President, Denison University
* Nirmalya Kumar (Ph.D. 1991), Co-Director, Aditya Birla India Centre; Director, Centre for Marketing; Faculty Director, Executive Education, London Business School
* Glenn Loury (B.A. 1972), Merton P. Stoltz Professor of the Social Sciences, Brown University
* John Malmstad (B.A. 1963), Samuel Hazzard Cross Professor of Slavic Languages and Literatures, Harvard University
* Susan E. Mayer (Ph.D. 1986), Dean, Harris School of Public Policy Studies, University of Chicago
* Mark Crispin Miller (B.A. 1971), Professor, New York University
* George Nemhauser (Ph.D. 1961), A. Russell Chandler lll Chair and Institute Professor, Georgia Institute of Technology
* J. Dennis O'Connor (Ph.D. 1968), former Chancellor, University of Pittsburgh
* Charles Payne (Ph.D. 1976), Frank P. Hixon Distinguished Service Professor in the School of Social Service Administration, University of Chicago
* Andrew Postlewaite (Ph.D. 1974), Harry P. Kamen Professor of Economics and Professor of Finance, University of Pennsylvania
* V. Kasturi Rangan (Ph.D. 1983), Malcolm P. McNair Professor of Marketing & Director of Research, Harvard Business School
* Thomas S. Robertson (M.A., Ph.D. 1966), Dean, Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania
* Rebecca Sherrick (Ph.D. 1980), President, Aurora University
* James Schmotter (Ph.D. 1973), President, Western Connecticut State University
* John B. Simpson (Ph.D. 1973), President, University at Buffalo, The State University of New York
* David J. Skorton (B.A. 1970, M.D. 1974), President, Cornell University
* Graham Spanier (Ph.D. 1973), President, Pennsylvania State University
* Barbara Maria Stafford (B.A. 1964, M.A. 1966), William B. Ogden Distinguished Service Professor of Art History, University of Chicago
* Roger Taylor (J.D. 1971), President, Knox College
* Stephan Thernstrom (B.A. 1956), Winthrop Professor of History, Harvard University
* Glen L. Urban (Ph.D. 1966), Dean Emeritus of MIT Sloan School of Management
* Penny Von Eschen (B.A. 1982), professor of history and American culture, University of Michigan

Arts/Entertainment (Theatre, TV and Film)

* Mara Brock Akil (B.A. 1992), creator and executive producer of "Girlfriends" and "The Game", former supervising producer of "The Jamie Foxx Show"
* Claude Akins (B.S. 1949), actor ("Inherit the Wind", "Battle for the Planet of the Apes," "The Misadventures of Sheriff Lobo")
* Ann-Margret (Olsson) (Class of 1963, never graduated), Academy Award-nominated actress ("Tommy, Carnal Knowledge")
* Sharif Atkins (B.S. 1999), actor ("ER")
* Jayne Atkinson (B.S. 1981), Tony Award-nominated actress ("Enchanted April, The Rainmaker"); currently portrays Karen Hayes on "24"
* Jane Badler (B.S. 1976), actress ("V")
* Bonnie Bartlett (B.S. 1950), Emmy Award-winning actress ("St. Elsewhere, Twins, Ghosts of Mississippi")
* Warren Beatty (Class of 1959, never graduated), Academy Award-winning actor/writer/director ("Bonnie and Clyde", "McCabe & Mrs. Miller", "Shampoo", "Reds")
* Lee Phillip Bell (B.A. 1950) Emmy Award-winning co-creator of "The Young and the Restless" and "The Bold and the Beautiful"
* Rob Benedict (B.S. 1993), actor ("Threshold, Felicity")
* Richard Benjamin (B.S. 1960), actor ("Catch-22, Deconstructing Harry"); director ("Mermaids, Racing with the Moon")
* Edgar Bergen (attended, did not graduate), Academy Award-winning actor and ventriloquist ("Charlie McCarthy")
* Greg Berlanti (B.S. 1994), screenwriter and producer ("Dawson's Creek"); creator of "Everwood" and "Jack & Bobby"; writer/director of "Broken Hearts Club"
* Eric Bernt (B.S. 1986), screenwriter ("Surviving the Game, Virtuosity, Romeo Must Die")
* Craig Bierko (B.S. 1986), actor ("Cinderella Man", "The Thirteenth Floor"); Tony Award-nominee ("The Music Man")
* Karen Black (attended, never graduated), Academy Award-nominated actress ("Easy Rider, Five Easy Pieces")
* Jeff Blumenkrantz (B.S. 1986), Tony Award-nominated musical theatre composer/lyricist ("Urban Cowboy")
* Robert Borden (B.S. 1989), executive producer/writer ("George Lopez")
* Zach Braff (B.S. 1997), Emmy Award-nominated actor ("Scrubs"); writer/director ("Garden State")
* Cary Brothers (B.S. 1995), Grammy-nominated musician ("Garden State")
* Clancy Brown (B.S. 1981), actor ("Highlander, The Shawshank Redemption")
* Charles Busch (B.S. 1976), Tony Award-nominated playwright ("The Tale of the Allergist's Wife")
* Frank Buxton (B.S. 1951), actor/writer/director
* Bruno Campos (B.S. 1995), actor ("Nip/Tuck")
* Adam Chase (B.S. 1990), Emmy Award-nominated writer/executive producer ("Friends")
* Josh Chetwynd, UK based baseball analyst and former player
* Janet Choi, cast member of ""
* Cindy Chupack (B.S. 1987), Emmy Award-winning executive producer and writer ("Sex and the City, Everybody Loves Raymond")
* Stephen Colbert (B.S. 1987), Emmy Award-winning comedian ("The Colbert Report", "The Daily Show with Jon Stewart")
* Jack Clay, acting teacher/director/actor
* Claire Coffee, actress ("General Hospital")
* Kate Collins, actress ("All My Children")
* Robert Conrad (B.S. 1955), actor ("The Wild Wild West, Baa Baa Black Sheep, Hawaiian Eye")
* Steven Conrad (B.A. 1991), screenwriter ("The Pursuit of Happyness," "The Weather Man")
* Cindy Crawford (attended, never graduated), model
* Jane Curtin (attended, never graduated), original cast member of "Saturday Night Live"; Emmy Award-nominated actress ("Kate & Allie, 3rd Rock from the Sun")
* Stephanie D'Abruzzo (B.S. 1993), Tony Award-nominated actress and puppeteer ("Avenue Q")
* William Daniels (B.S. 1950), Emmy Award-winning actor ("St. Elsewhere, Boy Meets World"); former president of the Screen Actors Guild
* Zooey Deschanel (attended, never graduated), actress ("The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy", "Elf, Almost Famous, Winter Passing")
* Lydia R. Diamond (B.S. 1992), playwright
* Matt Doherty (B.S. 1999), actor ("So I Married an Axe Murderer", "The Mighty Ducks films")
* Teddy Dunn (B.S. 2003), actor ("Veronica Mars")
* Nancy Dussault (B.A. 1957), actress ("Too Close for Comfort"); two-time Tony Award nominee ("Do Re Mi, Bajour")
* Gregg Edelman (B.S. 1980), Tony Award-nominated actor ("City of Angels, Into the Woods")
* Jennie Eisenhower (B.S. 2000), actress; granddaughter of Richard Nixon and the great-granddaughter of Dwight D. Eisenhower
*Craig Erwich (B.A. 1989) former Executive Vice President of Programming at Fox TV
*Mary Frann (B.S. 1965), actress ("Newhart", "Days of our Lives")
* Temi Epstein (B.S. 1996), child actress ("North and South)"
* Joe Flynn, actor ("McHale's Navy")
* Penny Fuller (B.S. 1959), Emmy Award-winning actress ("The Elephant Man"); Tony Award nominee ("The Dinner Party")
* Gerald Freedman (B.S. 1949, M.A. 1950), theatre director ("The Gay Life, The Robber Bridegroom, The Grand Tour")
* David T. Friendly (B.S. 1978), Academy Award-nominated producer ("Little Miss Sunshine")
* George Furth B.S. 1955), Tony Award-winning playwright ("Company"); actor ("Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid")
* Aimee Garcia (B.S. 2000), actress ("George Lopez")
* Daniele Gaither (B.S. 1993), actress, comic ("MADtv")
* Barbara Gaines (B.S. 1968), founder and artistic director of the Chicago Shakespeare Theatre
* Frank Galati (B.A. 1965), Tony Award-winning director ("The Grapes of Wrath") , Academy Award-nominated screenwriter ("The Accidental Tourist")
* Ana Gasteyer (B.S. 1989), actress ("Mean Girls", "Wicked"); former cast member of "Saturday Night Live"
* Ileen Getz (B.S. 1985), actress ("3rd Rock from the Sun")
* Zach Gilford (B.S. 2004), actor ("Friday Night Lights")
* Eric Gilliland (B.S. 1984), writer/producer ("Rosanne", "My Boys")
* Ira Glass (attended, never graduated), radio and TV personality
* Virginia Graham (M.S.J.), former daytime TV talk show host
* Michael Greif (B.S. 1981), Tony Award-nominated director of "Rent" and "Grey Gardens"
* Mamie Gummer, actress ("Evening"), daughter of Meryl Streep
* Anna Gunn (B.S. 1990), actress ("Deadwood")
* Kathryn Hahn, (B.S. 1995), actress ("Crossing Jordan")
* Brad Hall (B.S. 1990), former cast member of ("Saturday Night Live"); creator of ("The Single Guy, Watching Ellie")
* Samantha Harris (B.S. 1996), Emmy Award-nominated co-host of "Dancing with the Stars"
* Bill Hayes (M.M. 1949), Daytime Emmy Award-nominated actor ("Days of our Lives")
* Heather Headley (B.S. 1997), Tony Award-winning actress and singer ("Aida", "The Lion King"); Grammy Award-nominated R&B vocalist
* Kyle T. Heffner, actor Flashdance
* Marg Helgenberger (B.S. 1982), Emmy Award-winning actress ("", "China Beach", "Erin Brockovich")
* Charlton Heston (B.S. 1945), Academy Award-winning actor ("Ben-Hur"), National Rifle Association President
* Michael Hitchcock (B.S. 1980), writer ("MADTv"); actor ("Waiting for Guffman, Best in Show")
* Ron Holgate (B.S. 1959), Tony Award-winning actor ("1776, The Grand Tour")
* David Hollander (B.S. 1990), creator, screenwriter, and executive producer of "The Guardian"
* David Horowitz (M.S. 1961), former host of "Fight Back! With David Horowitz"
* Jeffrey Hunter (B.A. 1949), actor ("The Searchers, The Last Hurrah, King of Kings, The Longest Day")
* Lew Hunter (M.S. 1956), Emmy Award-nominated screenwriter ("Fallen Angel"); Chairman Emeritus and Professor of Screenwriting, UCLA School of Theater Film and Television
* Ron Husmann (B.S. 1959), Tony Award-nominated actor ("Tenderloin")
* Martha Hyer (B.S. 1945), Academy Award-nominated actress ("Some Came Running, Houseboat, The Sons of Katie Elder, Bikini Beach")
* Rex Ingram, actor ("Cabin in the Sky, The Thief of Baghdad, Sahara, Green Pastures")
* Laura Innes (B.S. 1979), Emmy Award-nominated actress ("ER"); Emmy Award-nominated director ("The West Wing")
* Robin Irwin, noted Broadway actress ("Titanic (musical)"), and ("Dance of the Vampires") She currently teaches at New York University
* David Ives (B.A. 1971), playwright, ("All in the Timing")
* Brian d'Arcy James (B.S. 1990), Tony Award-nominated actor ("")
* Tim Johnson (B.A. 1983), director ("Antz, ")
* Jennifer Jones, Academy Award-winning actress ("The Song of Bernadette, Since You Went Away, Love Letters, Duel in the Sun, Love Is a Many-Splendored Thing")
* Spencer Kayden (B.S. 1990), former cast member of "MADTv"; Tony Award-nominee for "Urinetown"
* James Keach (B.S. 1970), actor ("The Long Riders"); producer ("Walk the Line"); director ("Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman")
* Stacy Keach, Sr. (B.S. 1935), actor ("Get Smart"); director ("Tales of the Texas Rangers")
* Clinton Kelly (M.S. 1993), co-host of ("What Not to Wear")
* Richard Kind (B.S. 1978), actor ("Mad About You", "Spin City")
* Richard Kline (M.A. 1967), actor ("Three's Company")
* Robert Knepper (attended, never graduated), actor ("Prison Break, Hostage, Carnivàle")
* Gary Kroeger (B.S. 1981), former cast member of ("Saturday Night Live")
* Roger Kumble (B.S. 1988), writer/director ("Cruel Intentions")
* Jeff Kurland (B.S. 1975), Academy Award-nominated costume designer ("Bullets Over Broadway, Ocean's Eleven, Collateral")
* Clyde Kusatsu (B.S. 1970), actor ("All American Girl", "In the Line of Fire")
* Mark Lamos (B.S. 1969), Tony Award-winning former artistic director of the Hartford Stage
* Sherry Lansing (B.S. 1966), former CEO of Paramount Pictures; Academy Award-nominated producer ("Fatal Attraction"); 2007 recipient of the The Jean Hersholt Humanitarian Award
* Martha Lavey (B.S. 1979, M.A. 1986, Ph.D. 1994), Tony Award-winning artistic director of the Steppenwolf Theatre Company
* Gautam Bahadur (attended, never graduated)
* Britt Leach, actor ("Weird Science")
* Cloris Leachman (B.S. 1948), Academy Award-winning and Emmy Award-winning actress ("The Last Picture Show, The Mary Tyler Moore Show, Spanglish")
* Harry J. Lennix (B.S. 1986), actor ("The Matrix Reloaded, The Matrix Revolutions, Commander in Chief, Ray")
* Richard J. Lewis (B.A. 1982), Emmy Award-nominated director/producer ("")
* Herschell Gordon Lewis, filmmaker
* John Logan (B.S. 1983), Academy Award-nominated screenwriter ("The Aviator", "Gladiator", "The Last Samurai")
* Laura Linney (attended for a year then transferred), actress ("The Truman Show")
* Shelley Long (Class of 1971, never graduated), Emmy Award-winning actress ("Cheers", "The Money Pit", " Irreconcilable Differences")
* Julia Louis-Dreyfus (Class of 1982, never graduated), Emmy Award-winning actress ("Seinfeld", "The New Adventures of Old Christine"); former cast member of "Saturday Night Live"
* Paul Lynde (B.S. 1948), actor ("Hollywood Squares", "Bewitched, Bye Bye Birdie")
* J.P. Manoux (B.S. 1991), actor ("ER, Phil of the Future, The Emperor's New School")
* Stephanie March (B.S. 1996), actress ("", "Conviction")
* Michael Markowitz B.S. 1983), Emmy Award-nominated writer and producer ("Duckman, Becker")
* Garry Marshall (B.S. 1956), creator of Happy Days, Laverne and Shirley, and Mork & Mindy; director ("Pretty Woman", "Beaches, The Princess Diaries")
* Marshall W. Mason (B.S. 1961), Tony Award-nominated director ("Fifth of July, As Is")
* Daphne Maxwell Reid (B.A. 1970), actress ("The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air")
* Jacquelyn Mayer (B.S. 1964), former Miss America
* Laverne McKinnon (B.S. 1987), Senior Executive Vice President of Drama Series Development, CBS Broadcasting, Inc.
* Ralph Meeker (B.S. 1943), actor ("Kiss Me Deadly", "Paths of Glory", "Picnic, The St. Valentine's Day Massacre, The Anderson Tapes")
* Susan Messing (B.S. 1986), performer, teacher, and director at The Second City, ImprovOlympic, and the Annoyance Theatre
* Josh Meyers (B.S. 1998), actor ("MADtv, That '70s Show")
* Seth Meyers (B.S. 1996), cast member of "Saturday Night Live"; co-anchor of "Weekend Update"; winner of the third "Celebrity Poker Showdown"
* Terri Minsky (B.S. 1980), creator/writer/executive producer of "Lizzie McGuire, Less Than Perfect, and The Geena Davis Show"
* John Cameron Mitchell (B.S. 1985), writer/actor/director ("Hedwig and the Angry Inch"), executive producer ("Tarnation")
* Andrew Moskos (B.A. 1990), co-founder of Boom Chicago in Amsterdam
* Karen Moncrieff (B.S. 1986), Miss Illinois 1985; writer and director of "The Dead Girl" and "Blue Car"
* Jason Moore (B.S. 1993), Tony Award-nominated director ("Avenue Q")
* Robert E. Mulholland (B.S.J. 1955, M.S.J. 1956), former President and C.O.O., NBC
* Megan Mullally (Class of 1981, never graduated), Emmy Award-winning actress ("Will and Grace")
* Dermot Mulroney (B.S. 1985), actor ("About Schmidt", "My Best Friend's Wedding", "The Family Stone")
* John Musker (B.A. 1975), writer/producer/director ("The Little Mermaid, Aladdin, Hercules")
* Tony Musante, actor ("Toma, As the World Turns") *Margaret Nagle, screenwriter (Emmy Award Winning "Warm Springs")
* Patricia Neal (B.S. 1947), Academy Award-winning and Tony Award-winning actress ("A Face In The Crowd", "Hud, Breakfast at Tiffany's, The Subject Was Roses")
* Tom Neal, actor ("Detour, Jungle Girl")
* George Newbern (B.S. 1986), actor ("Father of the Bride (1991), Father of the Bride Part II, Justice League Unlimited")
* Jamie Ray Newman (B.S. 2000), actress ("Veronica Mars, Stargate Atlantis")
* Peter Newman (B.S. 1975), producer ("The Squid and the Whale")
* Agnes Nixon (B.S. 1944), Emmy Award-winning writer/producer ("All My Children, One Life to Live, Another World, As the World Turns, Loving")
* Bruce Norris (B.S. 1982), actor ("A Civil Action"); playwright, Steppenwolf Theatre Company
* Denis O'Hare (B.S. 1984), Tony Award-winning actor ("Take Me Out, Sweet Charity, Assassins")
* Dana Olsen (B.S. 1980), screenwriter (" George of the Jungle, The 'Burbs")
* James Olson (B.S. 1952), actor ("Rachel, Rachel, The Andromeda Strain, Ragtime, Commando")
* Jerry Orbach (Class of 1956, never graduated), Tony Award-winning and Emmy Award-nominated actor ("Law & Order", "Promises, Promises, Dirty Dancing")
* Mary Beth Peil (B.S. 1962), Tony Award-nominated actress ("The King and I, Dawson's Creek")
* Michael Pellerin (B.S. 1987), DVD producer, The Lord of the Rings film trilogy
* Jeff Pinkner, screenwriter ("Lost"
* Michael Prywes, (B.S. 1996), writer and director of "Returning Mickey Stern"
* Paula Prentiss (B.S. 1959), Emmy Award-nominated actress ("Where the Boys Are, The Parallax View, In Harm's Way, The World of Henry Orient")
* Jenny Powers (B.S. 2003), Miss Illinois 2000; Broadway actress ("Little Women")
* John Quaintance (B.S. 1993), writer, ("Joey, Aquamarine, Material Girls")
* John Qualen, actor ("The Grapes of Wrath, The Searchers, Casablanca, The High and the Mighty")
* Maeve Quinlan (attended, never graduated), actress ("South of Nowhere, Ken Park, The Bold and the Beautiful")
* Lily Rabe, actress ("No Reservations, Steel Magnolias")
* Charlotte Rae (B.S. 1948), Emmy Award-nominated and Tony Award-nominated actress ("The Facts of Life, Diff'rent Strokes, Queen of the Stardust Ballroom")
* Tony Randall (Class of 1941, never graduated), Emmy Award-winning and Tony Award-nominated actor ("The Odd Couple, Mr. Peepers, Inherit the Wind")
* Robert Reed (B.S. 1954), Emmy Award-nominated actor ("The Brady Bunch, The Boy in the Plastic Bubble, Roots")
* Keith Reddin (B.S. 1978), playwright
* Marcia Rodd (B.S. 1960), Tony Award-nominated actress ("Little Murders, Shelter")
* Tony Roberts (B.S. 1961), Tony Award-nominated actor ("Annie Hall", "Serpico", "Play It Again, Sam")
* Jeri Ryan (B.S. 1991), actress ("Boston Public", "", "Shark")
* Ethan Sandler (B.S. 1995), actor ("Crossing Jordan")
* David Schwimmer (B.S. 1988), Emmy Award-nominated actor ("Friends, Band of Brothers, Madagascar")
* Yuki Shimoda (Yukio Shimoda, B.A. in Accounting 1950's), Emmy Award-nominated actor, University of Chicago Compass Players "Second City", Japanese American nisei actor of the silver screen, stage and television, co-star of the Tony Award winning Broadway play, Auntie Mame with fellow Northwestern graduate Robert Reed
* Katherine Shindle (B.S. 1999), Miss America 1998, actress ("Capote")
* Candace Smith (J.D. 2002), Miss Ohio USA 2003; actress ("Beerfest")
* Jerry Springer (J.D. 1968), host of The Jerry Springer Show; former mayor of Cincinnati
* Florence Stanley, actress ("My Two Dads, ")
* McLean Stevenson (B.S. 1952), Emmy Award-nominated actor ("M*A*S*H, The Doris Day Show"); guest host of "The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson"
* Peter Strauss (B.S. 1969), Emmy Award-winning actor ("Rich Man, Poor Man, Masada, Soldier Blue, The Secret of NIMH")
* Nicole Sullivan (B.S. 1991), original cast member of "MADtv"; actress ("The King of Queens"); winner of the inaugural "Celebrity Poker Showdown"
* Hope Summers, actress ("The Andy Griffith Show")
* Inga Swenson (B.S. 1953), actress ("The Miracle Worker", "Benson")
* Leigh Taylor-Young (attended, never graduated), Emmy Award-winning actress ("Soylent Green, Picket Fences, I Love You, Alice B. Toklas")
* Lloyd Thaxton (B.A. 1950), television show host, Emmy Award-winning producer of "Fight Back With David Horowitz"
* Chuti Tiu (B.A. 1991), Miss Illinois 1994; actress ("Desire")
* Deborah Tranelli (B.S. 1977), actress ("Dallas")
* Robert Trebor, actor (", Raise Your Voice")
* Jason Tyne, resident playwright and director, Rising Sun Performance Company
* Ira Ungerleider (B.S. 1990), Emmy Award-nominated producer/writer ("Friends")
* Tom Virtue (B.S. 1979), actor ("Even Stevens, Read It and Weep")
* Billie Lou Watt (B.S. 1945), actress ("Search for Tomorrow", "Astro Boy")
* Michael Weston (B.S.), actor ("The Last Kiss", "Coyote Ugly", "Six Feet Under")
* Kimberly Williams (B.S. 1993), actress ("Father of the Bride", "Father of the Bride Part II", "According to Jim")
* Fred Williamson (B.S. 1960), actor ("MASH", "Three the Hard Way, Black Caesar, Starsky & Hutch"); former professional defensive back who played in Super Bowl I
* Edward D. Wood, Jr., filmmaker
* Mary Zimmerman (B.S. 1982, M.A. 1985, Ph.D. 1994), Tony Award-winning director/writer ("Metamorphoses"); librettist ("Galileo Galilei")

Business

*Arthur Andersen (B.B.A. 1917), founder of Arthur Andersen LLP
*Teruaki Aoki (Ph.D. 1970), Senior Executive Vice President, Sony
*James L. Allen (B.S. 1929), founder of Booz Allen Hamilton
*Edwin G. Booz (B.S. 1914), founder of Booz Allen Hamilton
*Lisa Caputo (M.S. 1987), Chairman and CEO, Citigroup Women and Company
*Sue Castorino (B.S. 1975), founder and President of The Speaking Specialists
*Nicholas Chabraja (B.A. 1964), Chairman and CEO, General Dynamics
*Douglas Conant (B.A. 1973, MBA 1975), President and CEO, Campbell Soup Company
*Terri Dial (B.A. 1971), former CEO of Wells Fargo Bank
*D. Cameron Findlay (B.A. 1982), Executive Vice President and General Counsel, Aon Corporation
*Christopher Galvin (B.A. 1973), former Chairman and CEO of Motorola
*Will Nicholas (B.A. 2007), AdWords CEO Google
*Elbert Henry Gary (J.D. 1868), co-founder of the United States Steel Corporation
*Hugh Hefner (attended for semester of graduate sociology courses), founder of Playboy Enterprises, Inc.
*John H. Johnson (attended, never graduated), founder of the Johnson Publishing Company ("Ebony" and "Jet" magazines)
*Joseph Levy Jr. (B.B.A. 1947), Chairman of Levy Venture Management
*Jeffrey McClelland (B.S. 1980), former COO, US Airways
*Blythe McGarvie, director of Accenture, Viacom, and the Pepsi Bottling Group
*John Meriwether (B.S. 1969), founder of Long-Term Capital Management
*David R. Nissen (B.A. 1973), President and CEO, GE Consumer Finance
*Morgan E. O'Brien (J.D. 1969), founder of Nextel Communications, Inc.
*William A. Osborn (B.A. 1969), Chairman and CEO, Northern Trust Corporation
*Peter George Peterson (B.S. 1947), former Chairman and CEO of Lehman Brothers; co-founder of the Blackstone Group (*also listed under "Politics, Government, and Public Policy")
*Christine Poon (B.A. 1973), Vice Chairman and Worldwide Chairman of Medicines & Nutritionals, Johnson & Johnson
*Pat Ryan (B.A. 1959), founder and Executive Chairman of Aon Corporation
*Paul Sagan (B.S. 1981), President and CEO, Akamai Technologies
*Gordon Segal (B.B.A. 1960), co-founder and CEO, Crate and Barrel
*Judith A. Sprieser (B.A. 1974), former CFO of Sara Lee
*Alfred Steele (B.A. 1923), former CEO of Pepsi-Cola
*Russ M. Strobel (B.A. 1974), CEO, Nicor
*Jeanette Sarkisian Wagner (B.S. 1951), Vice Chairman, Estee Lauder
*Robert Wayman (B.S. 1967), former CFO and EVP, Hewlett-Packard
*William A. Woodburn (M.S. 1975), President and CEO, GE Infrastructure

"For notable M.B.A. alumni see the Kellogg School of Management"

Journalism

* J. A. Adande, ESPN contributor, "Around the Horn"; former "Los Angeles Times" sports columnist
* Jabari Asim, columnist, "Washington Post"
* Steve Bell (M.S. 1963), former correspondent for ABC News
* Amalie Benjamin, sports columnist, "Boston Globe"
* Ira Berkow (M.S. 1964), sports columnist, "The New York Times"
* Kevin Blackistone (B.S. 1981), ESPN contributor, "Around the Horn"; Dallas Morning News sports columnist
* David Boardman (B.S. 1979) executive editor, "The Seattle Times"
* Steve Bogira, columnist, "Chicago Reader"
* Christine Brennan (B.S. 1980, M.S. 1981), sports columnist, "USA Today"
* Elizabeth Brenner (B.S. 1976), publisher, "Milwaukee Journal Sentinel"
* Elisabeth Bumiller, former White House Correspondent, "The New York Times"
* Ben Burns (B.S. 1934), founding editor of "Ebony" and "Jet"
* David Chalian, deputy political director, ABC News
* Pauline W. Chen (M.D.) author of "Final Exam: A Surgeon's Reflections on Mortality" (Knopf)
* Carina Chocano (B.A. 1990), film critic for the Los Angeles Times
* Amanda Congdon (B.S. 2003), former hostess of Rocketboom
* Rance Crain (B.S. 1960), president and editor-in-chief, Crain Communications Inc.
* Mort Crim (M.S. 1963), former broadcast journalist
* Lester Crystal (B.S. 1956, M.S. 1957), executive producer, "The NewsHour with Jim Lehrer"
* Benoit Denizet-Lewis, contributor to the New York Times Magazine and author of the forthcoming book "America Anonymous"
* Gregg Easterbrook, author and journalist
* Leo Ebersole, writer, Chicago Tribune RedEye
* Rich Eisen, NFL Network anchor
* Fred Eychaner (B.S. 1966), founder of Newsweb Corporation
* Linda Foley (B.S. 1977) president, The Newspaper Guild
* Jack Fuller (B.S. 1968), former publisher of the "Chicago Tribune" and president of the Tribune Company
* Georgie Anne Geyer, journalist
* Lauren Green, religion correspondent for Fox News Channel
* Mike Greenberg ESPN "Sportscenter" Host, Co-Host of "Mike and Mike in the Morning" on ESPN Radio
* Richard Harris (B.S. 1976), senior producer, "Nightline"
* Kwame Holman (M.S. 1982), correspondent, "The NewsHour with Jim Lehrer"
* Stephen Hunter, Pulitzer Prize-winning film critic for the Washington Post and novelist
* Michael Isikoff, investigative journalist for Newsweek magazine
* Jeff Jarvis, creator of Entertainment Weekly, columnist, professor at CUNY Journalism program
* Clara Jeffery, editor-in-chief, Mother Jones Magazine
* Sherry Jones (M.S. 1971), senior producer, "Frontline"
* Walter Kerr, Broadway theater critic, playwright, and author
* Rikki Klieman, Court TV anchor and legal analyst
* Michelle Kosinski, correspondent, "NBC News"
* Irv Kupcinet, former Chicago Sun-Times columnist
* Katherine Lanpher, writer and radio personality, author of "Leap Days"
* Nicole Lapin, anchor, CNN Pipeline
* Robert R. McCormick, former owner of the Chicago Tribune
* Steve McGonigle, The Dallas Morning News writer and investigative reporter
* Brent Musburger, sports announcer, ABC
* Rachel Nichols, ESPN and "Washington Post" reporter
* John Palmer, former news correspondent for NBC News
* Barry Petersen, foreign correspondent, CBS News
* Daniel H. Pink (B.A. 1986), author of "A Whole New Mind"
* Neal Pollack, novelist, essayist, and humor writer.
* Steven Reddicliffe (B.S. 1975), former editor-in-chief, TV Guide; current television editor for The New York Times
* Kathy Reichs, best-selling novelist and forensic anthropologist.
* Jacque Reid , television and radio personality, former lead anchor for the BET nightly news
* Dave Revsine, sportscaster, ESPN
* Darren Rovell, CNBC Sports Business Reporter
* Daniel Rubin, metro columnist,"The Philadelphia Inquirer"
* Jamie Samuelsen, radio personality (WDFN)
* Anatole Shub, journalist for "Washington Post" and "New York Times", author*
* Jane Skinner, host of "Fox News Live"
* David Sirota, author of "Hostile Takeover" and political strategist
* Evan Smith, Editor in Chief of Texas Monthly
* Margaret Sullivan, Editor, "The Buffalo News"
* Lynn Sweet, Washington, D.C., bureau chief and columnist, "Chicago Sun-Times"
* Sander Vanocur, journalist
* Julia Wallace (B.S. 1978), editor, "The Atlanta Journal Constitution"
* Alan Weisman, (B.A., M.A.), journalist and author of "The World Without Us"
* Gary Weiss, journalist
* Michael Wilbon, ESPN analyst ("Pardon the Interruption") and Washington Post sports columnist

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Law

* Simeon R. Acoba, Jr. (J.D. 1969), Justice, Hawaii Supreme Court
* Randy Barnett (B.A. 1974), Carmack Waterhouse Professor of Law, Georgetown University
* William Duane Benton (B.A. 1972), Federal Judge, United States Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit
* Richard Ben-Veniste (L.L.M. 1968), former Watergate counsel and 9/11 Commission member
* Raoul Berger (J.D. 1935), former Charles Warren Senior Fellow in American Legal History, Harvard Law School
* Vincent Blasi (B.A. 1964), Corliss Lamont Professor of Civil Liberties, Columbia University Law School; James Madison Distinguished Professor of Law, University of Virginia Law School
* David Boies (B.S. 1964), counsel, "Bush v. Gore"; founding partner, Boies, Schiller & Flexner
* Erwin Chemerinsky (B.S. 1975), Alston & Bird Professor of Law and Professor of Political Science, Duke University School of Law
* G. Marcus Cole (J.D. 1993), Professor of Law, Helen L. Crocker Faculty Scholar, and Associate Dean for Curriculum, Stanford Law School
* Carl E. Douglas, Lawyer, O.J. Simpson trial
* Arthur Goldberg (B.S.L. 1929, J.S.D. 1930), former Justice, U.S. Supreme Court
* Douglas Kmiec (B.A. 1973), Professor of Constitutional Law and Caruso Family Chair in Constitutional Law, Pepperdine University School of Law
* Lawrence C. Marshall (J.D. 1985), Professor of Law, David and Stephanie Mills Director of Clinical Education, and Associate Dean for Public Interest and Clinical Education, Stanford Law School
* Lyman Ray Patterson, former Pope F. Brock Professor of Professional Responsibility, University of Georgia School of Law
* John Paul Stevens (J.D. 1947), Justice, U.S. Supreme Court
* Seymour Simon (B.S. 1935), former Justice, Illinois Supreme Court
* Loren Smith (B.A. 1966, J.D. 1969), Federal Judge, United States Court of Federal Claims
* Richard Tallman, Justice, United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit
* Jonathan Turley, J.B. and Maurice Shapiro Professor of Public Interest Law, The George Washington University Law School

Medicine, Science and Technology

* H. Peter Anvin, Linux kernel hacker
* David Applebaum, Israeli physician
* Andy Carvin, founding editor and former coordinator of the Digital Divide Network
* Alston Scott Householder (B.A. 1925), mathematician
* Cheddi Jagan, dentist/Guyanese president
* Charles H. Mayo, doctor ("Mayo Clinic")
* Robert F. Furchgott, Ph.D., 1940, Nobel Prize in Physiology/Medicine (1998)
* Marc Kirschner (B.A. 1966), founding chair of the Department of Systems Biology, Harvard Medical School
* Nirav A. Shah, MD, (B.S. 1999, GME 2008), Orthopaedic Surgeon
* Richard Skrenta, creator of the first computer virus, Elk Cloner
* Joseph Staten, writer and director of the Halo video games
* Sam Treiman, former theoretical physicist and professor of physics at Princeton University
* Jacques Vallee (Ph.D. 1967), computer scientist, astronomer and UFO researcher
* Edward Weiler (B.A. 1971, M.S. 1973, Ph.D. 1976), director, Goddard Space Flight Center
* Daniel Hale Williams, first person to perform open heart surgery
*Kermit E Krantz, (B.S. 1945, M.S. 1947, M.D. 1948) Distinguished University Professor of Medicine University of Kansas. Among others, developed the Marshall-Marchetti-Krantz (MMK) and invented the expandable tampon. Namesake of the Arey/Krantz Museum of Anatomy at the Feinberg School of Medicine.

Music, Literature and the Arts

* Steve Albini, recording engineer, musician
* Jack Anderson, dance critic, The New York Times
* Marie Arana, editor of Washington Post Book World, author of National Book Award-finalist "American Chica" and the novel "Cellophane"
* Ernst Bacon, composer
* Saul Bellow (B.A. 1937), Nobel Prize-winning novelist
* Andrew Bird (B.M. 1995), singer-songwriter
* Chris Bliss, juggler
* Anthony Bozza, music journalist, author of "Whatever You Say I Am: The Life and Times of Eminem" and "Tommyland".
* Grace Bumbry, mezzo-soprano
* Robert Olen Butler, Pulitzer Prize-winning novelist
* William Butler (B.A. 2005), member of indie rock band Arcade Fire
* Dan Chaon, author of "You Remind Me of Me" and "Among the Missing"
* Julia Davids, founding member and Artistic Director of the Canadian Chamber Choir
* Cynthia Dobrinski, handbell composer and clinician
* Ivan Doig, novelist
* Tananarive Due, novelist and journalist, "The Living Blood"
* Andy Duncan, former member of OK Go
* Mary Dunleavy, soprano
* Wilma Dykeman, writer
* Timothy Ferris, science author
* William R. Ferris (M.A. 1965), former chairman of the National Endowment for the Humanities
* Kyle Gann, composer, microtonalist
* Chester Gould, cartoonist
* Shari Goldhagen, author
* James Green (B.A. 1966), author
* Ayun Halliday, columnist and author of "No Touch Monkey!"
* Amir Hamed, Uruguayan writer
* Howard Hanson, composer
* Aleksandar Hemon, author and MacArthur Fellow, "Nowhere Man", "The Question of Bruno"
* Sheldon Harnick, lyricist
* Brigid Hughes, former editor-in-chief of The Paris Review and editor-in-chief of A Public Space
* Myron Hunt, architect
* Brendan Kelly, member of the The Lawrence Arms
* Ardis Krainik (B.S. 1951), former General Manager of the Lyric Opera of Chicago
* Jay Krush, tubist
* William Lava, composer
* George R.R. Martin, author
* Sherrill Milnes, baritone
* Robert McHenry, encyclopedist and author
* Audrey Niffenegger, novelist and artist; author of "The Time Traveller's Wife"
* Tawni O'Dell, novelist, "Sister Mine," "Coal Run," "Back Roads"
* Karen A. Page, writer
* Marge Piercy, novelist and poet
* Neal Pollack, satirical author and journalist
* Steve Rodby, jazz bassist
* Ned Rorem, composer
* Tina Rosenberg, Pulitzer Prize-winning author and journalist
* Karen Russell, author of "St. Lucy's Home for Girls Raised by Wolves"
* David Sanborn, saxophonist
* Joseph Schwantner, composer
* Sidney Sheldon, author (never graduated)
* Jon Solomon, DJ / record label owner
* Warren Spector, game designer
* Michael Sprinker, late literary theorist
* Frederick Swann, organist and President of the American Guild of Organists
* Jerod Impichchaachaaha' Tate, composer
* Augusta Read Thomas, composer
* Trevanian, author
* Kathy Reichs, author
* Thomas Tyra, musician
* Walter Wager, author
* Nike Wagner, author
* Margaret Walker (B.A. 1935), poet and author
* Doug Wamble (M.M. 1997), musician and composer
* Joshua Weiner, poet, author of "The World's Room"
* Paul Winter, musician
* Rachael Yamagata (B.S. 1997), musician

Politics, Government, and Public Policy

* Jonathan Addleton (B.S. 1979), USAID mission director
* Michael Bakalis (B.A. 1959, M.A. 1962, Ph.D. 1966), former Deputy Secretary of Education in the US Department of Education
* George Ball, former Undersecretary of State
* Judy Biggert, Republican congresswoman
* Rod Blagojevich, Governor of Illinois
* Judy Baar Topinka, former State Treasurer of Illinois; Republican Gubernatorial candidate, 2006 election
* William Jennings Bryan, three-time Democratic presidential nominee
* Dale Bumpers (J.D. 1951), former U.S. Senator and Governor of Arkansas
* John A. Cade (M.B.A. 1954), former Maryland State Senator
* Francis H. Case, former U.S. Senator
* Salem Chalabi, ex-General Director of the Iraqi Special Tribunal
* Wendy Chamberlin (B.S. 1970), former U.S. ambassador to Pakistan; former assistant administrator, USAID Bureau for Asia and the Near East
* Cardiss Collins, former U.S. Representative from Illinois
* James L. Connaughton, Chairman of the Council on Environmental Quality
*Steven M. Cook, Former Warrenville Park District Commissioner, Natural Areas Commissioner, Investment Banker
* Dan Cronin, Current Illinois State Senator
* Nathan Daschle, executive director, Democratic Governors Association, son of Tom Daschle
* Karen DeCrow (B.S. 1959), former President of the National Organization for Women
* Rahm Emanuel, former aide to Bill Clinton and Democratic congressman
* Scott Feeney (B.A. 1987), country director, office of the Secretary of Defense
* Al From, founder and current CEO of the Democratic Leadership Council
* Chrissy Gephardt, prominent LGBT-rights political advocate, daughter of Dick Gephardt
* Dick Gephardt, former House Democratic leader
* Barbara Gittings, American LGBT activist
* Wendy Lee Gramm, former head of the Commodity Futures Trading Commission
* Robert Hanssen, former FBI agent who engaged in spying for the Soviet Union and Russia against the United States
* Loy W. Henderson (B.A. 1915), former United States Foreign Service Officer
* Earl Dewitt Hutto, former United States Representative from Florida
* Jim Kolbe, former U.S. Representative from Arizona, served 11 terms
* Scott L. Klug (M.S.J. 1976), former U.S. Representative from Wisconsin
* Liz Krueger (B.A.), New York State Senator
* Dan Lipinski (B.S. 1988), U.S. Representative from Illinois
* Frank Orren Lowden, former Governor of Illinois
* Edwin M. Martin, former United States Foreign Service Officer
* Catherine Waugh McCulloch, suffragist
* George McGovern, South Dakota Senator and 1972 Democratic candidate for president
* Eduardo Mondlane, Revolutionary leader of Mozambique
* Newton Minow, former director of the Federal Communications Commission
* Dawn Clark Netsch (B.A. 1948), politician
* Phyllis Oakley (B.A. 1956), former assistant secretary of state for intelligence and research, the State Department
* George M. O'Brien (B.A. 1939), former U.S. Representative from Illinois
* Glenn Pearce-Oroz (B.A. 1991), senior USAID urban and municipal development officer, Honduras
* Peter George Peterson, former chairman of the Council On Foreign Relations, United States Secretary of Commerce (*also listed under "Business")
* John Edward Porter (B.S. and B.A 1957), former U.S. Representative from Illinois
* J. Leonard Reinsch, former White House Press Secretary
* Mel Sembler (B.S. 1952), former U.S. ambassador to Italy
* Adlai Stevenson, Illinois governor and two-time Democratic presidential nominee
* Mike Synar (M.A. 1974), former United States Representative from Oklahoma
* James R. Thompson, former Governor of Illinois
* Daniel Walker, former Governor of Illinois
* Harold Washington, first black Chicago mayor
* Lois Weisberg (B.S. 1946), Commissioner, Chicago Department of Cultural Affairs
* Richard E. Wiley (B.S. 1955, J.D.), former Chairman of the Federal Communications Commission

Sports

* Mike Adamle, football player and sportscaster
* Katrina Adams, tennis player
* Darnell Autry, football player and actor
* Brett Basanez, football player
* D'Wayne Bates, football player
* Harold Blackmon, former football player, Seattle Seahawks
* Ron Burton, former football player, Boston Patriots (now known as the New England Patriots)
* Luis Castillo, San Diego Chargers football player
* Barry Cofield, New York Giants Defensive Lineman
* Audra Cohen, 2007 NCAA Women's Tennis Singles Champion (never graduated)
* Javiar Collins, football player, Dallas Cowboys and Cleveland Browns
* Paul Dana, former race car driver in the Indy Racing League
* Jerry Doggett, former broadcaster for the Los Angeles Dodgers
* Luke Donald, golfer
* John L. "Paddy" Driscoll, football player
* Eddie Einhorn (J.D. 1960), Vice Chairman of the Chicago White Sox
* Evan Eschmeyer, former basketball player
* Pat Fitzgerald, former 2-time All-American football player, current Northwestern head football coach
* Barry Gardner, professional football player
* Joe Girardi, former baseball player and current New York Yankees manager
* Grant Golden, tennis player
* Jim Golliday, track
* Otto Graham, professional football player
* Seymour Greenberg, tennis player
* Glen Grunwald (J.D. 1984), Senior Vice President for Basketball Operations of the New York Knicks
* JA Happ, baseball player
* Napoleon Harris, football player, Oakland Raiders and Minnesota Vikings
* Noah Herron, football player, Green Bay Packers
* Mike Huff, former baseball player
* Ronald Joseph, figure skater and long jumper
* Kenesaw Mountain Landis (J.D. 1891), first Commissioner of Baseball
* Nathan William Linkon, basketball coach, Infosys
* Mark Loretta, baseball player
* Todd Martin, tennis player
* Daryl Morey (B.S. 1996), general manager of the Houston Rockets
* Matt O'Dwyer, football player
* Ted Phillips, Chicago Bears President and CEO
* Jerry Reinsdorf (J.D. 1960), owner of the Chicago Bulls and the Chicago White Sox
* Marty Riessen, tennis player
* Annette Rogers, sprinter
* Anucha Browne Sanders (B.S. 1985), former Senior Vice President, Marketing and Business Operations, New York Knickerbockers
* Rick Sund, General Manager, Seattle Supersonics
* Steve Tasker, football player, sports announcer, Buffalo Bills
* Rick Telander, sportswriter
* Debi Thomas, figure skater

Other

* Patti Davis (attended, never graduated), daughter of Ronald Reagan and Nancy Davis Reagan
* Jade Smalls, Miss Illinois 1999 and concert pianist
* Kelly O'Donnell, White House correspondent for NBC News, class of 1987 from the School of Education and Social Policy (SESP).
* Crispin Sanchez, (Ph.D. in education), advocate for education and athletics among Mexican Americans in South Texas
* Rick Telander, sportswriter and author of "Heaven is a Playground"

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