Contents 1 Notable alumni 1.1 Academia, science and technology 1.2 Arts and literature 1.3 Film, television, and theatre 1.4 Music 1.5 Athletics 1.6 Medicine 1.7 Business and law 1.8 Politics 1.9 Miscellaneous 2 Notable faculty 3 See also 4 References

Notable alumni[edit] Ray Bradbury, Los Angeles High School alumnus Walt Cunningham, Venice High School alumnus Leonardo DiCaprio, John Marshall High School alumnus Carol Burnett, Hollywood High School alumna Nanette Fabray, Hollywood High School alumna Academia, science and technology[edit] Vint Cerf, computer scientist, one of the "fathers of the Internet"[1] Walt Cunningham, astronaut[2] John McCarthy (1927–2011), computer technology, "father of artificial intelligence" [3] Glenn T. Seaborg, nuclear chemistry, Nobel Laureate[2][4] Arts and literature[edit] Ray Bradbury, author[5] Helen Gurley Brown, author, publisher, and businesswoman who founded Cosmopolitan magazine[6] James Ellroy, writer[7] Craig Ellwood (1922–1992), architect[8] Murray Fromson, CBS News correspondent and USC professor[citation needed] Edith Head (1897–1981), Academy Award-winning costume designer Karl Hubenthal (1917–1998), cartoonist Adela Rogers St. Johns (1894–1988), journalist, novelist, and screenwriter Jack Smith (1916–1996), columnist, journalist[9] Irving Stone, writer Film, television, and theatre[edit] Byron Allen, talk show host[10] Carol Burnett, comedian Adam Carolla, comedian[11] Richard Crenna (1926–2003), actor[12] Leonardo DiCaprio, actor [13] Micky Dolenz, actor/musician/drummer of The Monkees[14] Nanette Fabray, actor Mike Frankovich (1909–1992), film producer[15] Joel Grey née Joel David Katz (1950), singer and actor[16] Rita Hayworth née Margarita Carmen Cansino, actress[17] Carole Lombard, actress[18] Quinn Martin, producer[19] Ricardo Montalbán (1920–2009), actor[2] David Nelson, actor Ricky Nelson, actor Anthony Quinn (1915–2001), actor[citation needed] Robert Redford, actor[2] Mort Sahl, humorist[12] Tom Selleck, actor[20] Coy Watson, Jr. (1912–2009), child actor, Hollywood Walk of Fame, the Watson Family[15] Delmar Watson (1926–2008), actor, photo-journalist, Hollywood Walk of Fame, the Watson Family[21] Harry R. Watson (1921–2001), actor, photo-journalist, Hollywood Walk of Fame, the Watson Family[22][23] Jack Webb (1920–1982), producer, director, actor[12][24] Robert Young, actor[2] Music[edit] Steven Adler, musician, drummer (Guns N' Roses)[25] Herb Alpert, musician, music industry executive[26] Michael "Flea" Balzary, musician, bassist, trumpet player (Red Hot Chili Peppers)[26] Odetta Holmes (1930–2008), folk singer, activist[27] Stan Kenton (1911–1979), pianist, composer, and arranger[28] Jerome "Jerry" Leiber (1933–2011), lyricist of Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller[29] Phil Spector, record producer[30] Mike Stoller, music of Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller[29] Michael Tilson Thomas, conductor, pianist and composer Roger Wagner, choral musician, administrator and educator Athletics[edit] Gail Goodrich, John H. Francis Polytechnic High School alumnus Garret Anderson, former MLB player with the Los Angeles Angels, Atlanta Braves and Los Angeles Dodgers Gilbert Arenas, professional basketball player, NBA All-Star with Washington Wizards[31] Ron Botchan, NFL official[32] Anthony Davis, USC star running back and later pro football player in the NFL and Canadian Football leagues Oscar De La Hoya, former world champion and gold medal-winning boxer and founder of Golden Boy Promotions[33] Don Drysdale,(1936-1993) National Baseball Hall of Fame pitcher[34] Jordan Farmar, NBA basketball player[35] Gail Goodrich, basketball player in the NBA, attended UCLA[36] Luis (Lou) Gomez, MLB player[15] Mike Haynes, NFL Hall of Famer Robert Lyles, NFL player[37] Gary Matthews, former Major League Baseball player[38] Dick Moje, National Football League [39] Jim E. Mora, football coach Eddie Murray, Baseball Hall of Famer Bobby Riggs (1918–1995), tennis player Charles White, football player, Heisman Trophy winner[40] Ozzie Smith, Baseball Hall of Famer Mal Whitfield, athlete[41] Medicine[edit] David Ho, AIDS researcher, physician and Time magazine's 1996 Man of the Year[42] Sammy Lee, MD, diver[2] Norman Topping (1908–1997), MD, president of the University of Southern California[2] Business and law[edit] Ralph Bunche, Jefferson High School alumnus Carlos R. Moreno, Lincoln High School alumnus Lee Baca, Franklin High School alumnus General James Doolittle, Manual Arts High School alumnus Lee Baca, Sheriff of Los Angeles County, 1998–present[43] Warren Christopher, U.S. Secretary of State Jimmy Doolittle, aviation pioneer Daryl F. Gates, Los Angeles Police Chief, 1978 to 1992[44] Carlos R. Moreno, California Supreme Court Justice (Cl. of 1966)[45] Dorothy Wright Nelson, United States federal judge[2] Harry Pregerson, a judge on the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit[2] Manuel Lawrence Real, a judge of the U.S. District Court for the Central District of California[2] Henry Samueli, co-founder of Broadcom[46] Politics[edit] Jack Kemp, Fairfax High School alumnus Augustus Hawkins, Jefferson High School alumnus Howard Berman, Former U.S. Representative[47] Tom Bradley (1917–1998), Mayor of Los Angeles[48] Ralph Bunche, educator, UN mediator on Palestine and Nobel Peace Prize Winner[49] James Charles Corman (1920–2000), Congressman[50] Kenneth Hahn (1920–1997), member of the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors Jane L. Harman, U.S. House of Representatives[51] Augustus F. Hawkins, U.S. House of Representatives from California's 21st and 29th district from 1963–1991; California assembly from 1935–1963[52] Jack Kemp, politician and professional football player[53] Glenard P. Lipscomb (1915–1970), Congressman[15] Howard McKeon, U.S. House of Representatives from the 25th District (1993-2015)([54] Louis R. Nowell (1915–2000), Los Angeles City Council member, 1963–77[55] Edward R. Roybal, (1917-2005) member of the U.S. House of Representatives(1963-93)[56] Vincent Thomas (1907–1980), California Assemblyman Antonio Villaraigosa, 41st Mayor of Los Angeles[57] Miscellaneous[edit] Patrick Argüello (1943–1970), US-Nicaraguan national killed in the attempted hijack of an El Al flight, as carried out by the PFLP[58] Al Michaels, Television sportscaster

Notable faculty[edit] Salvador B. Castro (1933–2013), Mexican-American educator and activist[59] Jaime Escalante, (1930-2010) educator[60] Jim Tunney, principal and NFL official[61] Fay Allen, first African-American woman to be elected to the Los Angeles Unified School District board.[62]

See also[edit] List of people from Los Angeles

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