B[edit] Tyra Banks Ryan Braun Jeff Bridges Judy Baca – muralist[26] Fay Bainter – actress[27] Diane Baker – actress[28] Ireland Baldwin – model[29] Alex Band – singer, musician[30] LaMelo Ball – class of 2019; 5-star basketball prospect committed to UCLA LaVar Ball – retired basketball and football player; father of Lonzo, Liangelo, and LaMelo Ball; owner of Big Baller Brand Lonzo Ball – NBA player for the Los Angeles Lakers Joseph Barbera (1911–2006), animator, producer, director Eddie Barth – actor and voiceover artist[31] Paul L. Bates – commander of the first black tank battalion to fight in World War II[32] Earl Battey (1935–2003) – major league baseball player[7] Gordon Bau (1907–1975) – Hollywood make-up artist with Warner Brothers Studios[33] (born in Minnesota) Michael Bay – film director[34] Warren Beatty – actor, director (born in Virginia) Beck – singer[35] Ed Begley, Jr. – actor[36] Jim Bellows – editor (born in Michigan) Julie Bennett – actress, voiceover artist John Beradino – major league baseball player and actor[7] Justin Berfield – actor Candice Bergen – actress Nicolas Berggruen – philanthropist, founder of the Berggruen Institute[37] Busby Berkeley – choreographer, film director[38] Corbin Bernsen – actor[39] Steve Beuerlein – pro football player Caly Bevier – singer Barbara Billingsley – actress[40] Camille Billops – artist, film director[41] Thora Birch – actress[42] Whitney Blake – actress Rowan Blanchard – actress Francesca Lia Block – author[43] David Blu (born David Bluthenthal) – professional basketball player[44] Betty Blythe – actress Kyle Boller – football player William "Big Bill" Bonelli – Los Angeles City Councilman (1927–1929), notably corrupt member of State Board of Equalization, fugitive[45] Chaz Bono – gay rights activist Richard Boone – actor Kate Bosworth – actress[46] Leigh Brackett – writer[47] Ray Bradbury – writer[48] Milton Bradley – professional baseball player[49] Tom Bradley – 38th mayor of Los Angeles (July 1, 1973 – June 30, 1993)[50] Tom Brady – professional football player Creed Bratton – actor Ryan Braun – professional baseball player[51] Tamar Braxton – singer (born in Maryland) Toni Braxton – singer Leo Breithaupt – auto racer Nicholas Brendon – actor[52] Eileen Brennan – actress[53] Brigita Brezovac – IFBB professional bodybuilder[54] Beau Bridges – actor[55] Jeff Bridges – actor[56] Lance Briggs – pro football player Earl Alonzo Brininstool – cowboy poet[57] Eli Broad – businessman James Brolin – actor[58] Josh Brolin – actor Albert Brooks – actor, screenwriter, director Beau Brooks – member of the Janoskians, actor, singer, entertainer Jai Brooks – member of the Janoskians, actor, singer, entertainer Luke Brooks – member of the Janoskians, actor, singer, entertainer Alton Brown – chef, Food Network personality[59] Helen Gurley Brown – magazine publisher and author Julie Brown – actress[60] Marc Brown – television newscaster Jackson Browne – musician Kobe Bryant – Lakers basketball player (born in Pennsylvania) Joan Juliet Buck – magazine writer and editor Marilyn Buferd – actress, Miss America 1946 Charles Bukowski – author[61] Tim Burton – film director (born in Burbank) Jake Busey – actor[62] Jeanie Buss – Lakers executive (born in Santa Monica) Jerry Buss – owned Lakers, Kings and Sparks teams, Forum Arena (born in Utah) Jim Buss – Lakers executive Paul Butcher – actor


C[edit] Keith Carradine Sasha Cohen Jamie Lee Curtis Ice Cube Scott Caan – actor[63] John Cage – composer[64] Rory Calhoun – actor[65] Stephen J. Cannell – television director, writer, producer[66] Lizzy Caplan – actress Steve Cardenas – martial artist and retired actor (born in Virginia Beach, Virginia) Belinda Carlisle – singer[67] Kim Carnes – singer Adam Carolla – comedian, actor, entertainer[68] David Carradine – actor[69] Robert Carradine – actor[70] Leo Carrillo – actor[71] Johnny Carson – television personality (born in Iowa) Matt Cassel – pro football player Katie Cassidy – actress[72] Patrick Cassidy – actor[73] Shaun Cassidy – singer, actor, television producer[74] Richard Chamberlain – actor[75] Stan Chambers – television news reporter Marge Champion – actress, dancer[76] Dorothy Buffum Chandler – cultural leader[77] Harry Chandler – chief executive of Los Angeles Times[78] Norman Chandler – publisher and chairman of the board of the Los Angeles Times[79] Otis Chandler – transformative publisher of Los Angeles Times[80] Raymond Chandler – author[81] Rosalind Chao – actress (born in Anaheim) Charlie Chaplin – iconic actor and director, Los Angeles film industry pioneer (born in England)[82] Charles Chaplin Jr. – actor Sydney Chaplin – actor Antonio Chatman – NFL wide receiver[83] Eric Chavez – baseball player Dorothy Cheney – tennis player Jack Chick – evangelist and cartoonist Bikram Choudhury – inventor of Bikram Yoga[84] Rajashree Choudhury – founder of USA Yoga Federation Warren Christopher – diplomat Chyna – professional wrestler, model, actress, author Liz Claman – CNBC anchor Greg Clark – NFL player Eldridge Cleaver – writer, activist (born in Arkansas) Johnnie Cochran – attorney Mickey Cohen – mobster (born in Brooklyn) Sasha Cohen – figure skater Tiffany Cohen – Olympic swimmer (born in Culver City) Mindy Cohn – actress Natalie Cole – singer Fritz Coleman – television meteorologist John Ery Coleman – Los Angeles-based painter Keo Coleman – NFL player Wanda Coleman – poet and writer Dorothy Comingore – actress Matt Conable – knife designer; owner of William Henry brand Curtis Conway – pro football player Ry Cooder – musician, composer Jackie Coogan – actor Coolio – rap artist Dewey Cooper – kickboxer Jackie Cooper – actor and director Gia Coppola – actress and director James Corden – comedian, actor, and television personality (born in London, England) Pat Corrales (born 1941) – baseball player Miranda Cosgrove actress, singer John Cossette – theater and television producer Kevin Costner – actor Al Cowens (born 1951) – baseball player Aaron Cox (born 1965) – football wide receiver[85] Nikki Cox – actress Robert Crais – novelist (born in Louisiana) Johnny Crawford – actor Willie Crawford – baseball player Richard Crenna – actor, film director Coco Crisp – baseball player James Cromwell – actor David Crosby – musician Denise Crosby – actress Gary Crosby – actor Mary Crosby – actress Andraé Crouch – musician Jan Crull Jr. – investment banker[citation needed] Jamie Lee Curtis – actress Shannon Curtis – musician, singer/songwriter Miley Cyrus – singer, actress


D[edit] Ivan Dorschner Dr. Dre Elizabeth Daily – actress Carson Daly – television personality; host of The Voice and Last Call With Carson Daly (born in Santa Monica) Harry Danning – major league baseball player[7] Frank Darabont – director (born in France) Kim Darby – actress Ben Davidson – football player Baron Davis – basketball player Eric Davis – professional baseball player Jeff Davis – actor, comedian, singer Julienne Davis – actress/singer/model Mike Davis – urban theorist and author of City of Quartz and Ecology of Fear[86] Patti Davis – actress, daughter of Nancy and Ronald Reagan Roxann Dawson – actress Shane Dawson – YouTube personality Frances Dee – actress Rick Dees – radio personality (born in Florida) Gloria DeHaven – actress Oscar De La Hoya – boxer Milton DeLugg – composer, bandleader John Densmore – musician Rick DePiro – musician, singer-songwriter (born in Ohio) Johnny Depp – actor John Derek – actor and director Laura Dern – actress DeMar DeRozan – basketball player (born in Compton) Emily Deschanel – actress Zooey Deschanel – actress and singer Deuce – singer and rapper Leonardo DiCaprio – actor and environmental activist Larry Dierker – baseball player and manager Roy Edward Disney – television producer Walt Disney – animator, film studio and theme park founder (born in Illinois) Bobby Doerr (born 1918) – baseball player[7] Nicola Dolapchieff (1897–1964, born in Bulgaria) – Professor in Criminal Law Micky Dolenz – actor and musician Eric Dolphy – musician Terry Donahue – football coach Ivan Dorschner – actor, television host, model and Pinoy Big Brother: Teen Clash 2010 5th Big Placer Susan Miller Dorsey – educator Kirk Douglas – actor and L.A. philanthropist (born in New York) Tony Dow – actor Morton Downey Jr. – talk show host Robert Downey, Jr. – actor (born in New York) Brian Downing – major league baseball player[7] Dr. Dre – musician, composer Jack Dragna – organized crime figure (born in Sicily) Daryl Dragon – musician Don Drysdale – Hall of Fame baseball player (born in Van Nuys) Nikki DuBose – model turned author and activist (born in South Carolina) Teala Dunn – actress and comedian Jerry Dunphy – television news reporter (born in Wisconsin) Tony Duquette – designer Clea DuVall – actress Jakob Dylan – musician


E[edit] Kyle Eastwood – musician Eazy-E – rapper J. W. Eddy – railway engineer, builder of Angels Flight (born in New York) Mark Edward – mentalist and psychic entertainer India Eisley – actress Larry Elder – radio personality Danny Elfman – musician and composer Jenna Elfman – actress John C. Elliott – 39th Governor of American Samoa Bret Easton Ellis – novelist Dock Ellis – major league baseball player[7] John R. Ellis – filmmaker and special effects artist Harlan Ellison – science fiction author[87] James Ellroy – author John Elway – Hall of Fame football player Jaime Escalante – educator Briana Evigan – actress Roger Ewing – actor on Gunsmoke


F[edit] Jodie Foster Shelley Fabares – actress (born in Santa Monica) John Fante – author Jordan Farmar – basketball player for Maccabi Tel Aviv Richard Farnsworth – actor Mia Farrow – actress and activist David Faustino – actor Roshon Fegan – actor Raymond E. Feist – author Allyson Felix – athlete, Olympic gold medalist Robert Fellows – film producer Miguel Ferrer – actor (born in Santa Monica) Sally Field – actress (born in Pasadena) Cecil Fielder – baseball player Danielle Fishel – actress Carrie Fisher – actress, writer, producer (born in Beverly Hills) Jeff Fisher – NFL coach (born in Culver City) Rhonda Fleming – actress Dann Florek – actor Sean Flynn – journalist Nick Folk – NFL kicker (born in Hollywood) Bridget Fonda – actress Kai Forbath – NFL kicker (born in Santa Monica) Harrison Ford – actor (born in Illinois) Mary Alice Ford – politician Jodie Foster – actress, director and producer Sara Foster – actress Allen Fox – tennis player and coach Bonnie Franklin – actress (born in Santa Monica) Linda Fratianne – figure skater Stan Freberg – voice actor and comedian Jennifer Freeman – actress Sherwood Fries – football player for Green Bay Packers


G[edit] Joseph Gordon-Levitt Jake Gyllenhaal Louis Galen – philanthropist (born in Ohio) Donte Gamble – football player Harry Gamboa Jr. – artist Tom Gamboa – baseball coach and manager The Game – rapper and actor BB. Gandanghari – actress Eric Garcetti – Mayor of Los Angeles Gil Garcetti – district attorney Andrew Garfield – actor Judy Garland – singer and actress (born in Minnesota) Tay Garnett – film director Leif Garrett – singer and actor Mike Garrett – football player, athletic director John Gavin – actor and ambassador Frank Gehry – architect Sarah Michelle Gellar – actress (born in New York City) Genie – feral child James Georgopoulos – visual artist Mark Geragos – criminal defense attorney Gina Gershon – actress Balthazar Getty – actor Tyrese Gibson – singer-songwriter, actor Melissa Gilbert – actress, film director, labor union president Glasses Malone – rapper Troy Glaus – baseball player (born in Tarzana) Sharon Gless – actress Joe Gold – founder of Gold's Gym Jonathan Gold – Pulitzer Prize-winning food critic for L.A. Weekly and the Los Angeles Times[88] Tony Goldwyn – actor Pancho Gonzales – tennis star Dexter Gordon – composer Joe Gordon – baseball player and manager Joseph Gordon–Levitt – actor Gloria Grahame – actress Ariana Grande – actress and singer Katherine Grant – actress Paul Gray – bassist of Slipknot Brian Grazer – film and television producer David Gregory – television journalist Paulina Gretzky – model Virginia Grey – actress Nash Grier – Vine star Griffith J. Griffith – philanthropist, donor of the land for Griffith Park[89] Sandi Griffiths – singer Josh Groban – singer Chris Gwynn – baseball player Tony Gwynn – Hall of Fame baseball player Jake Gyllenhaal – actor Maggie Gyllenhaal – actress


H[edit] Paris Hilton Marques Houston James Hahn – mayor of Los Angeles (2001–05) Randa Haines – director, film producer H. R. Haldeman – Watergate scandal figure, White House Chief of Staff Alan Hale Jr. – actor Jaclyn Hales – actress Jack Haley Jr. – actor, film director, writer, producer Derrick Hall – business executive; President and CEO of Arizona Diamondbacks Chico Hamilton – jazz drummer Armie Hammer – actor George Allan Hancock – oilman, real estate developer, donated the La Brea Tarpits to the county of Los Angeles[90] Alex Hannum – NBA player and coach Darlene Hard – tennis player Lula Mae Hardaway – mother and collaborator of Stevie Wonder[91] James Harden – professional basketball player for the Houston Rockets Mariska Hargitay – actress (born in Santa Monica) Mark Harmon – actor (born in Burbank) Ray Harryhausen – special effects director Dominique Hatfield – American football player Noah Hathaway – actor Harry Hay – founder of the Mattachine Society[92] Julia Sampson Hayward – tennis player Chick Hearn – Lakers basketball broadcaster (born in Illinois) Hugh Hefner – magazine publisher (born in Illinois) Jon Heidenreich – professional wrestler John Helwig – football player George Hendrick – baseball player Chuck Henry – television newscaster Danny Herrera – drummer John S. Herrington – cabinet member in Reagan administration Barbara Hershey – actress Darryl Hickman – actor and studio executive Dwayne Hickman – actor Robert Hilburn – pop music critic for Los Angeles Times from 1970 to 2005[93] Jonah Hill – actor Roy W. Hill – auto mogul and philanthropist Carla Anderson Hills – cabinet member in Reagan administration Paris Hilton – celebrity, model, actress, DJ (born in New York City) Jerome Hines – actor David Hoberman - film producer and founder of Mandeville Films Dr. George Hill Hodel – suspected Black Dahlia killer Gaynel Hodge – songwriter Dustin Hoffman – actor Jennifer Holt – actress Olivia Hastings Holt – actress, singer Tim Holt – actor Joshua Hong – member of South Korean boyband Seventeen Bob Hope – comedian and actor, Toluca Lake resident (born in England) James Horner – composer Richard Steven Horvitz – voice actor Marques Houston – singer Bryce Dallas Howard – actress Clint Howard – actor (born in Burbank) Ron Howard – director and actor (born in Oklahoma) C. Thomas Howell – actor Kate Hudson – actress Howard Hughes – aviation pioneer and film producer (born in Iowa) D. L. Hughley – actor, comedian Bob Humphreys – football player William Hung – American Idol contestant Helen Hunt – actress (born in Culver City) Anjelica Huston – actress (born in Santa Monica) Timothy Hutton – actor (born in Malibu) Aldous Huxley – author (born in England, died in Los Angeles)


I[edit] Ice Cube – musician, composer, actor Grant Imahara – MythBusters Joe Inoue – singer Ivan Olita – film director Lance Ito – judge (presided over the O.J. Simpson trial)


J[edit] Etta James Hue Jackson – NFL coach Melvin Jackson – football player Michael Jackson (1958–2009) – singer (born in Gary, Indiana) Michael Jackson – L.A. radio personality (born in England) Edmund Jaeger – naturalist Jonathan Jafari – YouTube personality and co-creator of Game Grumps Etta James (1938-2012) – singer Jan and Dean – 1960s singing duo Jon Jaques – American-Israeli assistant men's basketball coach for Cornell University; played for Ironi Ashkelon in Israel[94] Jay Z – rapper[95] Kendall Jenner – television star, model, celebrity Kylie Jenner – television star, model, celebrity Kermit Johnson – football player Keyshawn Johnson – football player and TV commentator Magic Johnson – Lakers basketball star, Dodgers co-owner (born in Michigan) Nora Johnson – author Angelina Jolie – actress Wesley Jonathan – actor, played Jamal Grant on City Guys Jack Jones – singer Jerome Jones – hip-hop artist Jerry Jones – football executive, owner of the Dallas Cowboys[96] Jimmie Jones – football player Marion Jones – athlete, winner of five medals at 2000 Summer Olympics Rashida Jones – actress Florence Griffith Joyner – athlete, Olympic gold medalist Ashley Judd – actress (born in Granada Hills) Nicole Jung – member of South Korean girl group KARA Bob Jury – NFL player Victoria Justice – actress, singer (born in Florida)


K[edit] Sandy Koufax Anna Kendrick Ryan Kalish – baseball player Diop Kamau – civil rights activist Gabe Kapler – baseball player and manager Khloé Kardashian – socialite, model, actress, television star Kim Kardashian – socialite, model, actress, television star Kourtney Kardashian – socialite, model, television star, actress William Katt – actor Chris Kattan – actor, comedian Julie Kavner – actress, voice actor Zoe Kazan – actress Danny Kaye – actor, singer Diane Keaton – actress Michael Keaton – actor (born in Pennsylvania) Keb' Mo' – blues singer, guitarist, songwriter Val Keckin – football player Minka Kelly – actress Jack Kemp – football player, politician Anna Kendrick – actress and singer Robert F. Kennedy (1925–1968) – U.S. Attorney General and U.S. Senator Asa Keyes – LA County district attorney and criminal[97] Val Kilmer – actor Holly King – actress Kerry King – guitarist of Slayer Abbot Kinney – founder of Venice, California[98] Jack Kirby – football player Barys Kit - Belarusian-American rocket scientist Josh Klinghoffer – guitarist of The Red Hot Chili Peppers Jimmy Knepper – jazz musician Suge Knight – record producer Ty Knott – football coach Sandy Koufax – baseball pitcher with Brooklyn/Los Angeles Dodgers (born in New York) Beyoncé Knowles – singer, songwriter, actress, model, record producer, and businesswoman Dave Koz – composer, musician (born in Encino) Zoe Kravitz – actress Patricia Krenwinkel – Manson family member serving life sentence for murder Robby Krieger – musician Mike Krukow – baseball pitcher (born in San Gabriel) Candi Kubeck – captain of ValuJet Flight 592 Lisa Kudrow – actress Sheila Kuehl – actress and politician Henry Kuttner – writer


L[edit] Juliet Landau Adam Levine Shia LaBeouf – actor Matthew Laborteaux – actor Patrick Labyorteaux – actor Marcel Lachemann – baseball player and manager Rene Lachemann – baseball player and manager Alan Ladd, Jr. – film director, film producer John Lahr – critic Kendrick Lamar – rapper Bill Lancaster – screenwriter Juliet Landau – actress Christopher B. Landon – screenwriter Ken Landreaux – baseball player Tom Lasorda – Hall of Fame Dodgers manager (born in Pennsylvania) Barry Latman – baseball player Jason Scott Lee – actor Michele Lee – actress Janet Leigh – actress (born in Merced) Jennifer Jason Leigh – actress Chris Lemmon – actor The Lennon Sisters – singing group Kay Lenz – actress Kawhi Leonard – basketball player Logan Lerman – actor Lisa Leslie – USC and Sparks basketball player letlive. (formed in 2002) – art-punk band from Los Angeles Jared Leto – actor and musician; frontman of 30 Seconds To Mars (born in Bossier City, Louisiana) Shannon Leto – musician; brother of Jared (born in Bossier City, Louisiana) Harvey Levin – founder of TMZ Adam Levine – lead singer of Maroon 5 Gary Lewis – musician Harry Lewis – actor, restaurateur Juliette Lewis – actress Allan Linder – visual artist Audra Lindley – actress Roger Linn – inventor of the digital drum machine Alex D. Linz – actor David Lipsky – golfer Amber Liu – member of South Korean girl group F(x) Blake Lively – actress Heather Locklear – actress Gary Lockwood – actor (born in Van Nuys) John "Juke" Logan – harmonica player and songwriter Julie London – singer and actress Lauren London – actress Jennifer Lopez – singer and actress (born in New York) Steve Lopez – columnist for the Los Angeles Times[99] Demi Lovato – singer and actress (born in Albuquerque, New Mexico) Kevin Love – basketball player (born in Santa Monica) Mike Love – singer for the Beach Boys Jon Lovitz – actor Charles Herbert Lowe – biologist Steve Lukather – musician Diana Lynn – actress Lyrics Of Two – band from Los Angeles


M[edit] Chris Masters Liza Minnelli Marilyn Monroe James MacArthur – actor Roger Mahony – Roman Catholic Archbishop of Los Angeles Daron Malakian – musician Bruce Manson - tennis player Cheech Marin – comedian, musician, actor Scott Marlowe – actor Jordan Maron – YouTube personality Dean Paul Martin – actor (born in Santa Monica) Elizabeth Marvel – actress Biddy Mason – pioneer African–American businesswoman Chris Masters – professional wrestler Tim Matheson – actor (born in Glendale) Greg Mathews – MLB pitcher Clay Matthews – pro football player Louis B. Mayer – film mogul (born in Russia) A. J. Mayers – Paramount Pictures marketing coordinator; science fiction and crime novelist Misty May-Treanor – volleyball player Thom Mayne – architect Leo McCarey – actor, composer, film director, writer, producer Bob McChesney – football player Leigh McCloskey – actor, artist Gary McCord – golfer, TV commentator (born in San Gabriel) Kent McCord – actor Maureen McCormick – actress Thayne McCulloh – social psychologist, university president Hugh McElhenny – pro football player Ron McGovney – bassist of Metallica Kristy McNichol – actress Katharine McPhee – singer and actress Aimee Semple McPherson – pioneering radio evangelist[100] Carey McWilliams – writer, editor Wendy Melvoin – musician Mike Mentzer – professional bodybuilder and 1979 Mr. Olympia heavyweight champion[101] Lee Meriwether – actress and 1955 Miss America Russell Metty – cinematographer Jillian Michaels – trainer, TV personality Miguel – recording artist Tomo Miličević – musician Michael Milken – financier and philanthropist Kevin Millar – baseball player Bob Miller – Kings hockey broadcaster (born in Massachusetts) Diane Disney Miller – winery owner, daughter of Walt Disney Inger Miller – world and Olympic champion sprinter Penelope Ann Miller – actress Leon Milo – composer, percussionist and sound artist Yvette Mimieux – actress Liza Minnelli – actress, singer Andrew Mishkin – commander of the Mars rover Joni Mitchell – singer-songwriter and painter (born in Fort Macleod, Canada) Tyrone Mitchell – murderer Christopher Mitchum – actor, writer, film director James Mitchum – actor Ron Mix – football player Mike Moffitt – football player Peggy Moffitt – model Dick Moje – football player Dianna Molzan – painter Marilyn Monroe – actress Elizabeth Montgomery – actress Ray Montgomery – actor Warren Moon – football player Lisa Moretti – professional wrestler Irving J. Moore – television director Terry Moore – actress Anthony Mora – publicist, playwright John Morrison – professional wrestler for World Wrestling Entertainment Patt Morrison – newspaper and radio journalist William R. Moses – actor Walter Mosley – novelist Elisabeth Moss – actress Paul Moyer – television newscaster William Mulholland – engineer, DWP pioneer (born in Ireland) Megan Mullally – actress Bill Mumy – singer and actor Keith Munyan – photographer Michael Murphy – actor Don Murray – actor Eddie Murray – professional baseball player Jim Murray – Pulitzer Prize-winning sportswriter (born in Connecticut)[102] Lenda Murray – IFBB professional bodybuilder Murs – rapper Elon Musk – entrepreneur (born in South Africa)


N[edit] Bill Nye Jordan Nagai – child actor Stu Nahan – sportscaster Audrey Napoleon – record producer and DJ Ricky Nelson – singer and actor (born in New Jersey) Laraine Newman – actress Randy Newman – composer, musician Thomas Newman – composer Julie Newmar – actress Jack Nicholson – actor (born in New Jersey) Jane Nigh – actress Larry Niven – science-fiction writer Richard Nixon (1913–1994) – 36th Vice President and 37th President of the United States Isamu Noguchi – artist Jeanette Nolan – actress Sheree North – actress Diana Nyad – long distance swimmer[103] Christian Nyby – film producer, editor, director Bill Nye – scientist and TV personality (born in Washington, D.C., resides in L.A.)


O[edit] Bob Ojeda Rockne S. O'Bannon – film director, writer, producer John O'Brien – football player[104] Derrick Oden – football player Bob Ojeda – baseball player[105] Masi Oka – actor Daniel Olivas – author, book critic, attorney Barret Oliver – actor and photographer Robert Oliveri – former child actor Kevin Ollie – basketball coach Edward James Olmos – actor, writer, producer, director Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen – actresses Griffin O'Neal – actor Ryan O'Neal – actor Tatum O'Neal – actress[106] Wendy C. Ortiz – writer Emily Osment – actress Haley Joel Osment – actor Harrison Gray Otis – owner and publisher of Los Angeles Times[78]


P[edit] Gwyneth Paltrow David Paich – musician Gwyneth Paltrow – actress T. Jefferson Parker – novelist William H. Parker – police chief Johnnie Parsons – race car driver Ann Patchett – authorised Chris M Pattinson International Swimmer Audrina Patridge – television personality Robert Pattinson – actor Paula Patton – actress Jake Paul – YouTube personality, actor (born in Cleveland, OH) Logan Paul – YouTube personality, actor (born in Westlake, OH) Terry Pendleton – baseball player Melina Perez – professional wrestler, former 3X WWE Women's Champion and 2X WWE Divas Champion Michelle Perry – athlete, world champion hurdler Chuck Philips – Pulitzer Prize-winning investigative music journalist[107] Chynna Phillips – singer Mary Pickford – actress, co-founder of United Artists[108] and of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences[109] (born in Toronto) Joy Picus – L.A. City Councilwoman and Ms. Magazine woman of the year in 1985[110] Chris Pine – actor Eve Plumb – actress (born in Burbank) Lillian Powell – dancer, L.A. teacher and television actress Tyrone Power, Jr. – actor Stefanie Powers – actress Bob Prince – Hall of Fame baseball broadcaster Tayshaun Prince – basketball player (born in Compton) Freddie Prinze, Jr. – actor Rain Pryor – actress


Q[edit] Anthony Quinn – actor


R[edit] Paul Rodriguez Mike Ragan – actor Jacki Randall – artist Dennis Rasmussen – professional baseball player Johnnie Ray – singer, songwriter, and pianist[111] Maureen Reagan – actress, daughter of Ronald Reagan Michael Reagan – radio personality, son of Ronald Reagan Nancy Reagan – actress, First Lady (born in New York) Ron Reagan – television host, ballet dancer, son of Ronald Reagan Ronald Reagan – actor and President of the United States (born in Illinois) Robert Redford – actor and director (born in Santa Monica) Cornelius Redick – NFL player Nikki Reed – actress Andy Reid – NFL coach Debbie Reynolds – actress (raised in Burbank) Rhett and Link – YouTube entertainers on shows Rhett and Link and Good Mythical Morning Harold Rhodes – inventor of the Rhodes piano Giovanni Ribisi – actor Robert Ri'chard – actor Kyle Richards – television personality Sally Ride – astronaut Bobby Riggs – tennis player Amber Riley – actress Richard Riordan – former L.A. mayor John Ritter – actor (born in Burbank) Herb Ritts – photographer Naya Rivera – actress and singer Clete Roberts – radio-TV journalist (born in Oregon) Jackie Robinson – iconic baseball player (raised in Pasadena) Jo Ann Robinson – civil rights activist[112] Rachel Robinson – wife of baseball's Jackie Robinson Adam Rodríguez – actor and director Paul Rodriguez – comedian and actor (born in Compton) Paul Rodriguez, Jr. – professional skateboarder Kay Rohrer – AAGPBL player Mickey Rooney – actor (born in New York) Gary Ross – film director Katharine Ross – actress Tracee E. Ross – actress Edward R. Roybal – politician Pete Rozelle – longtime NFL commissioner John Rubinstein – actor Angel Rubio – football player Victor Rudd (born 1991) – basketball player for Maccabi Tel Aviv of the Israeli Basketball Premier League and the Euroleague Charles Ruggles – actor Wesley Ruggles – director, producer Patrice Rushen – singer, musician Andy Russell – singer Rene Russo – actress (born in Burbank) Brendan Ryan – baseball player Gary Ryerson – baseball player


S[edit] Mitchell Schwartz Mike Shinoda Willow Smith Earl Sweatshirt José Saenz – 492nd on the list of FBI Ten Most Wanted Fugitives Katey Sagal – actress Halston Sage – actress Mort Sahl – comedian Albert Saijo – poet[113] Susan Saint James – actress Jill St. John – actress Adela Rogers St. Johns – journalist, screenwriter Rubén Salazar – L.A. Times reporter killed by Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department during Chicano Moratorium Jim Salsbury – professional football player Catherine Sandoval – public utilities commissioner, law professor, Rhodes scholar Jay Sandrich – film director, film producer Donald Sanford – American-Israeli Olympic sprinter Dick Sargent – actor Ben Savage – actor, director, producer Fred Savage – actor, director (born in Illinois) William Schallert – actor Ezra Schochet – rosh yeshiva, Yeshiva Ohr Elchonon Chabad/West Coast Talmudical Seminary Emily Schulman – actress Geoff Schwartz – NFL football player Jason Schwartzman – actor, musician Byron Scott – basketball player and coach (born in Utah) Melody Thomas Scott – actress Vin Scully – Dodgers baseball broadcaster (born in New York) Jason Segel – actor William Nicholas Selig – movie producer and zookeeper[114] David O. Selznick – film producer (born in Pennsylvania) Eugene Selznick – Hall of Fame volleyball player Serio – rapper[115] Parvati Shallow – Survivor contestant; winner of Survivor: Micronesia Karen Sharpe – actress, wife of director/producer Stanley Kramer Ann Shaw – (1921–2015) social worker and civic leader[116] Vinessa Shaw – actress Harry Shearer – actor, comedian, musician, composer Brad Sherman – congressman Richard Sherman – NFL player (born in Compton) Larry Sherry – baseball player, 1959 World Series MVP Mike Shinoda – musician Pauly Shore – comedian and actor Elizabeth Short – the "Black Dahlia", victim of the city's most famous unsolved murder[117] Robert "Fighting Bob" Shuler – Methodist radio evangelist and political player[118] Joel Siegel – film critic James Sikking – actor Jonathan Silverman – actor O.J. Simpson – USC and NFL football player, murder suspect (born in San Francisco) Nancy Sinatra – singer, actress Tina Sinatra – producer John Singleton – film director, writer, producer Skrillex (real name Sonny Moore) – DJ, producer Slash – Guns N' Roses and Velvet Revolver guitarist Leonard Slatkin – conductor Erika Slezak – actress Alexis Smith – actress (born in Canada) Steve Smith Sr. – NFL wide receiver Willow Smith – singer Smothers Brothers – entertainers (raised in L.A.) Duke Snider – Hall of Fame baseball player Snoop Dogg – rap artist Hilda Solis – politician, Secretary of Labor in the Barack Obama administration[119] Ron Spears – professional football player Tori Spelling – actress Steven Spielberg – filmmaker Robert Stack – actor Giancarlo Stanton – baseball player (born in Panorama City) Hailee Steinfeld – actress (born in Tarzana) Brett Sterling – NHL hockey player Donald Sterling – longtime owner of Los Angeles Clippers Tisha Sterling – actress Adlai Stevenson II – politician Kristen Stewart – actress Michelle Stith – president of Church of Scientology in Los Angeles Dean Stockwell – actor Emma Stone – actress Peter Stone – screenwriter Madeleine Stowe – actress Darryl Strawberry – baseball player Woody Strode – actor Rider Strong – actor, director Jeff Stryker – pornographic film actor Burt Sugarman – film and TV producer Frank Sullivan – MLB pitcher Cree Summer – actress Dale Swann – character actor[120] Earl Sweatshirt – rapper, member of OFWGKTA


T[edit] George Takei Shirley Temple Miiko Taka – actress George Takei – actor Amber Tamblyn – actress Russ Tamblyn – actor, dancer Jeffrey Tambor – actor Frank Tashlin (1913–1972) – animator and film director Buck Taylor – actor Elizabeth Taylor – actress (UK-born but grew up in Los Angeles) Michele Martin Taylor – painter Shirley Temple – actress (born in Santa Monica) Tere Tereba – fashion designer, writer, actress Reggie Theus – basketball player and coach (born in Inglewood) Robin Thicke – singer-songwriter Lavale Thomas – NFL player Bart Thompson – publisher Dijon Thompson (born 1983) – basketball player for Hapoel Jerusalem of the Israeli Basketball Premier League Klay Thompson – NBA player Lawrence Tibbett – baritone opera singer and actor (born in Bakersfield) Kevin Tighe – actor Jennifer Tilly – actress Michael Tilson Thomas – conductor Tone Loc – musician Dean Torrence – musician Dara Torres – Olympic swimmer (born in Beverly Hills) Robert Totten – Gunsmoke television director Tamara Toumanova – actress, dancer Robert Towne – screenwriter, director, producer Helle Trevino – IFBB professional bodybuilder Larry Tripplett – football player Mark Tuan – member of Got7, rapper Charlie Tuna – radio personality, unofficial mayor of Tarzana (born in Nebraska) Tyga – rapper Tyler, The Creator – rapper, producer, director, member of OFWGKTA Ty Dolla $ign - singer


U[edit] Brendon Urie – singer Terdema Ussery – CEO of NBA's Dallas Mavericks Cenk Uygur – host of The Young Turks


V[edit] Ritchie Valens – musician, composer[121] Leslie Van Houten – Charles Manson acolyte Gwen Verdon – actress, dancer (born in Culver City) Victoria – professional wrestler Antonio Villaraigosa – former Mayor of Los Angeles Roy Marlin "Butch" Voris – World War II flying ace and founder of the United States Navy Blue Angels


W[edit] Earl Warren Jane Wiedlin Lindsay Wagner – actress Natasha Gregson Wagner – actress Robert Wagner – actor (born in Detroit) Duffy Waldorf – professional golfer[122] Tyler Walker – NASCAR driver Dylan Walsh – actor Joseph Wambaugh – LA police officer, novelist Burt Ward – actor Rick Ware – NASCAR driver Earl Warren – Governor of California, Chief Justice of the United States Casey Wasserman – sports and entertainment figure Tionne "T-Boz" Watkins – singer Bob Watson – Major League Baseball player and executive Henry Waxman – politician Patrick Wayne – actor Doodles Weaver – comedian Jeff Weaver – baseball player (born in Northridge) Jered Weaver – baseball player (born in Northridge) Ryn Weaver – singer (born in Salta) Jack Webb – actor, television producer (born in Santa Monica) Michael Welch – actor Simon Wessels der gaile Stecker – Lakers basketball player and executive (born in West Virginia) Nathanael West – author[123] Russell Westbrook – basketball player for the Oklahoma City Thunder (born in Long Beach) Edward Weston – photographer Kitty White – jazz singer Sidney Wicks – basketball player Jane Wiedlin – rhythm guitarist of The Go–Go's, actress Louis J. Wilde – 17th Mayor of San Diego, resident (died in Los Angeles) William R. Wilkerson – founder of Ciro's, The Hollywood Reporter, Flamingo Hotel (born in Tennessee) will.i.am – rapper, producer Anson Williams – actor Anthony A. Williams – mayor of Washington, D.C. Cindy Williams – actress Colleen Williams – television newscaster (born in North Carolina) Esther Williams – actress, swimmer (born in Inglewood) Guy Williams – basketball player Serena Williams – tennis player (born in Michigan) Venus Williams – tennis player Larry Wilmore – television personality Brian Wilson – singer, composer (born in Inglewood) Rita Wilson – actress, producer Torrie Wilson – model, actress, professional wrestler (born in Idaho) Paul Winfield – actor Zachary "Kid Yamaka" Wohlman – professional boxer Nat Wolff – actor, singer, songwriter Anna May Wong – actress John Wooden – Hall of Fame basketball UCLA coach (born in Indiana) Shailene Woodley – actress (born in Simi Valley) Ilene Woods – actress Cal Worthington – auto dealer (born in Oklahoma) James Worthy – Lakers basketball player and broadcaster (born in North Carolina) Dorell Wright – NBA small forward for Golden State Warriors Noah Wyle – actor


Y[edit] Sam Yorty Elliott Yamin – singer Zev Yaroslavsky – politician Sam Yorty – 37th mayor of Los Angeles (July 1, 1961 – July 1, 1973)[124] Ace Young – singer Nick Young – basketball player Robert Clark Young – novelist[125] and Wikipedia "revenge editor"[126] Lee Thompson Young (1984–2013) – actor Tony Young – actor


Z[edit] Louis Zamperini – Olympian and war hero (raised in Torrance) Richard D. Zanuck – film producer[127] Ahmet Zappa – musician[128] Dweezil Zappa – musician[129] Todd Zeile – baseball player (born in Van Nuys) Lance Zeno – NFL player[130] Stephanie Zimbalist – actress (raised in L.A.) Valerie Zimring – rhythmic gymnast


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