Notable Alum

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Mark Alarie ’82, Former NBA player – Denver Nuggets & Washington Bullets and Duke Basketball

John Churchill ’92, Actor, TV & Movies – CSI, Revelations & Cellular

Paul Cichocki ’80, Pixar Animation Studios

Michael Collier ’71, Poet Laureate for the State of Maryland 2001-2004

Chris Cummiskey ’83, Technology Cabinet Gov Janet Napalitano’s office

Tim Dewan ’63, Former NFL tight end – Denver Broncos

John Ganem ’78, Senior Editor CSI, Asst Editor The Godfather III, Little Man Tate, The War of the Roses

Scott Garlick ’90, former Major League Soccer, Real Salt Lake

Gary Hall ’93, Olympic Gold Medal swimmer

Glen Keane ’72, Disney Chief Animator

Cris Kirkwood ’78, Bassist/ Vox/Keys/Guit-Jo – Meat Puppets

Curt Kirkwood ’76, Guitar/Vox/Keys – Meat Puppets

Bob Kohrs ’76, former NFL football, Pittsburgh Steelers

Mike Mitchell ’93, Stanford football player

Mike Murphy ’56, Actor (IMDB) – M.A.S.H (1970), Batman Returns (1992), Magnolia (1999), X-Men (2006)

Jimmy Newquist ’88, musician, Caroline’s Spine

Ted Purdy ’92, PGA golf professional

John Simons ’79, former Olympic & Pan American swimmer

Justin Speier ’91, pitcher former Chicago Cubs, former Toronto Blue Jays, currently w/Los Angeles Angels

Shawn Swayda ’92, NFL player – Atlanta Falcons

Evan Whitfield ’95, former Major League Soccer – Real Salt Lake, Chicago Fire, Olympic Soccer Team 2000, former Royal Belgium Football Association – KAA Gent

Dean Winters ’92, actor (IMDB)

Scott Winters ’83, actor (IMDB)