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Arts and Entertainment Alumni

Alarcón, Raúl, FCRH ’78, president and CEO, Spanish Broadcasting System
Alda, Alan, FCRH ’56, six-time Emmy Award-winning, six-time Golden Globe-winning, and Academy Award Nominated actor
Berkowitz, Adam, LAW ’89, head of TV packaging, Creative Artists Agency
Borghese, Prince Lorenzo, GABELLI ’01, entrepreneur, philanthropist, reality star of ABC's ninth edition of The Bachelor
Breen, Richard L., FCRH ’40, Oscar Award-winning screenwriter for the 1953 Academy Award Winning Titanic
Cahill, Thomas, FCRH ’64, Scholar and Author, best known for his Hinges of History series 
Calabro, Thomas, FCLC ’81, TV Actor best known for his role as Dr. Michael Mancini on the TV series Melrose Place
Caldwell, Joshua, FCLC ’06, MTV Movie Award-winning director, screenwriter, and producer 
Clark, Mary Higgins, FCLC ’79, New York Times best-selling author of 34 suspense novels, has sold more than 100 million copies of her novels in the United States alone 
Clarkson, Patricia, FCLC ’82, Award-winning actress 
Colosi, Nina, MC ’70, founder of, award winning electronic music composer
Cudia, John, FCLC ’93, Broadway actor, best known for his roles as Phantom in The Phantom of the Opera and Jean Valjean in Les Misérables on Broadway
Del Rey, Lana, FCRH ’08, Grammy Award-nominated Singer, Songwriter, and model
DeLillo, Don, FCRH ’58, National Book Award, Library of Congress Prize for American Fiction, and PEN/Faulkner Award-winning author
Devine, Kevin, FCLC ’01, musician, songwriter, and former member of the band Miracle of 86 
Downing, Peter, FCLC ’80, Creative Director and Producer at the Tribeca Film Festival; Owner, Producer, and Director at PJD Productions 
Foerster, Richard, FCRH ’71, award-winning poet, founding editor of Chautauqua Literary Journal until 2007 and long-time editor at Chelsea Magazine from 1994 to 2001
Gianopulos, James, LAW ’76, Chairman and co-chief executive office of Fox Films Arts and Entertainment
Grimaldi, Dan, FCRH ’66, Current mathematics professor at Kingsborough Community College; actor best known for his roles on The Sopranos
Guenther, Paul, FCRH ’62, chairman emeritus, New York Philharmonic
Harrington, Pat Jr., FCRH ’50, GSAS '52, Emmy Award-winning and Golden Globe-winning actor, best known for his role as Schneider on the TV sitcom One Day at a Time
Harris, Jonathan, PHA ’34, actor best known for his TV work as Bradford Webster in the Third Man and Dr. Zachary Smith in Lost in Space
Hendrickson, Elizabeth, Emmy-nominated actress, best known for her roles in All My Children, and The Young and the Restless
Hickey, John Benjamin, FCLC '85, Tony Award-winning Film, Television and Broadway actor, best known for his role in the play The Normal Heart
Huvane, Kevin, FCRH ’80, Power Agent and managing partner, Creative Artists Agency
Johnson, John, FCLC '02, Tony Award-winning producer, known for his work on A Raisin in the Sun, and A Gentleman's Guide to Love & Murder
Keeley, Wayne, FCRH ’78, two-time Emmy Award-winning producer, Vice President of the Council of Better Business Bureaus, Inc. and Director of CARU
Keeshan, Bob, UGE ’51, five-time Emmy Award-winning and three-time Peabody Award-winning star and producer of Captain Kangaroo
Kubart, Tim, FCLC '06, Grammy Award-winning and Emmy-nominated  children’s musician and TV host
Leonard, Robert Sean, Tony Award-winning actor best known for his roles as Dr. James Wilson in the television series House, and as Neil Perry in the film Dead Poets Society
Liberatore, Lou, FCLC ’81, Tony Award-nominated actor for Burn This; Lifetime member of the Ensemble Studio Theatre and Co-Chair of the Membership Council 
Lucci, Susan, MC ’68, Emmy Award-winning actress best known for her role as Erica Kane on the daytime drama All My Children; member of the Broadcasting hall of fame 
Majewski, Lori, FCLC ’93, founder and former editor in chief of Teen People; former executive editor of Entertainment Weekly and Us Weekly
McCann, Liz, LAW '66, Tony Award-winning producer and former managing producer of the Tony Awards 
McDermott, Dylan, FCLC ’83, Golden Globe-winning actor best known for his roles as defense attorney Bobby Donnell on the TV series The Practice and Lt. Carter Shaw on Dark Blue
McGarry, Maurice, FCRH ’47, Emmy Award-winner and host of the TV quiz show It’s Academic; member of The National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences Silver Circle 
McManus, Michaela, FCLC ’05, actress best known for her roles as Lindsey Strauss on the television series One Tree Hill and assistant district attorney Kim Greylek on Law & Order: Special Victims Unit
Melfi, John, FCLC ’86, executive producer of the television series Sex in the City, Nurse Jackie, and House of Cards; producer of the films Sex in the City and Sex in the City 2
Miller, Laura Jane, LAW ’94, lawyer; actress best known for her role as Samantha Kanisky on the TV sitcom Gimme a Break
Moncrief, Brianne, FCLC ’05, actress best known for her role as Colby Chandler on the daytime drama All My Children
Mulligan, Robert, FCRH ’48, was a Film and television director best known as the director of humanistic American dramas, including To Kill a Mockingbird (1962), Summer of '42 (1971)
Naughton, Grace, FCLC ’87, associate producer and co-producer of the television series Sex in the City
Parisse, Annie, FCLC ’97, actress best known for her role as assistant district attorney Alexandra Borgia on the TV series Law & Order
Ross, Richard, LAW ’86, current Group President of Discovery Channel, Animal Planet and Science Channel; former chairman at Walt Disney Studios, 
Sansiveri, Adam, GABELLI ’10, producer of the Broadway revival of Speed-the-Plow and associate producer of the Broadway revival of Guys and Dolls
Santos, Joe, , was an American film and television actor best known for this role in The Rockford Files
Schilling, Taylor, FCLC ’06, Golden Globe and Emmy- Nominated actress, best known for her role as Piper Chapman on Orange Is the New Black
Scurti, John, FCLC ’87, actor, best known for his role as Kenny Shea in the television series Rescue Me
Siller, Raymond, FCRH ’60, four-time Emmy Award-nominated head writer for The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson; written for four US presidents and contributed articles to The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, The Washington Times and USA Today
Smith, Alice, FCLC ’99, Grammy Award-nominated singer and songwriter, her style anchored in rock, R&B, blues, jazz and soul
Sullivan, Brigid, TMC ’70, vice-president for Children’s, Educational, and Interactive Programming, WGBH TV
Washington, Denzel, FCLC ’77, two-time Academy Award-winning, three-time Golden Globe Award-winning, and Tony Award-winning actor
White, Julie, FCRH ’82, Tony Award-winning actress, best known for her roles as Nadine Swoboda in Grace Under Fire, and Judy Witwicky in Transformers