List of Ithaca College alumni
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This is a List of Ithaca College people.
Ithacans are persons affiliated with Ithaca College, especially alumni. The following is a list of such notable Ithacans.
- 1 Government
- 2 Business
- 3 Media & Entertainment
- 4 Sport
- 5 Scientists and Engineers
- 6 Other
- 7 External links
- 8 References
- Christopher Bateman, member of the New Jersey General Assembly.
- Maggie Brooks, the County Executive of Monroe County, New York.
- Ed Diana, the County Executive of Orange County, New York.
- Loni Hancock, member of the California State Senate.
- Henry C Baer III, Founder of BancFirst Operational Standards Division
- Thomas F.X. Beusse (B.A. 1986), President & CEO, Westwood One, Inc.
- Robert Iger (B.S. 1973), President & CEO, The Walt Disney Company
- Ronald D. Sernau, Esq. (B.S. 1981), Partner and Co-Chair of the Real Estate Department, Proskauer Rose LLP
Media & Entertainment
Directors and Producers
- Brian Herzlinger (1997), Director, special correspondent on The Tonight Show
- Barbara Gaines (B.A. 1979), Emmy Award-winning executive producer, Late Show with David Letterman
- David Guy Levy (B.S. 2001), Producer, Lying (film), August (2008 film)*Allan E. Naplan
- Mark Romanek, director of One Hour Photo, Never Let Me Go, and music videos
- Mike Royce, Executive Producer and writer, Everybody Loves Raymond and Lucky Louie
- Erinn Bartlett, actress
- David Boreanaz (B.S. 1991), actor, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Angel and Bones
- Kerry Butler (B.F.A. 1992), Tony Award-nominated Broadway actress
- Matt Cavenaugh (B.F.A. 2001), Broadway actor
- Andrew Daly, actor, "Eastbound and Down", MADtv and "Semi-Pro" with Will Ferrell.
- Michelle Federer, (B.F.A. 1995), theatre and film actress; originated the character, Nessarose, in Broadway's Wicked 2003-2006
- Ben Feldman, actor
- Ilene Graff, actress and singer
- Ricki Lake (attended freshman year only), actress/television personality
- Gavin MacLeod, actor, The Love Boat and The Mary Tyler Moore Show
- Daniel McDonald, actor
- David Newsom, actor
- Brian Sack, humorist, author and contributor on Fox News Channel's Glenn Beck program
- Charlie Schlatter, actor, Diagnosis: Murder
- C. C. H. Pounder (B.F.A. 1975), actress, ER
- Amanda Setton (B.A. 2007), film and TV actress, Gossip Girl and The Crazy Ones
- Aaron Tveit (B.F.A. 2012), film and Broadway actor
- Jeremy Jordan, TV, film, and Broadway actor (Jekyll and Hyde, Newsies, West Side Story, Smash)
- Ricki Lake, Actress, Serial Mom, host The Ricki Lake Show- (only completed her freshman year before departing).
- Robin Young, Host, National Public Radio, Here and Now
- Larry Wachs, Host, The Regular Guys Show
- Chip Hines, Host, Spotlight, CatholicTV, (B.A. 1990)
- Robert E. Brown
- Henrique de Curitiba, composer
- Margaret Daum, opera singer
- Gavin DeGraw (did not graduate), Singer
- Tony DeSare (1997), jazz musician
- Matthew Hoch, singer, Shorter University professor
- Scott LaFaro, jazz bassist
Editors and Publishers
- Thomas Donnelly, author of AEI's National Security Outlook
- Bob Kur, former national NBC reporter, now with Washington Post Radio
- David Muir (B.S. 1995), ABC news anchor for World News Saturday and co-anchor of Primetime
- Jessica Savitch (B.S. 1968), first female network anchor
- Alex Westerman, Game producer
- James W. Bates, writer and story editor of "Power Rangers Samurai, Super Samurai, Megaforce", Simpsons Comics" and Bart Simpson Comics".
- Kristen Britain, author of Green Rider and First Rider's Call.
- Allan Loeb, writer of film Things We Lost in the Fire.
- Mark Mahoney (B.S. 1985), Pulitzer Prize for Editorial Writing, The Post-Star
- Sandra McDonald, author of The Outback Stars and The Stars Down Under.
- Chris Regan, (1989), Emmy Award-winning writer for The Daily Show from 1999-2006.
- Rod Serling (former faculty), Emmy Award-winning screenwriter, creator of The Twilight Zone, (Serling taught at Ithaca College Communications School from 1967 to 1975).
- Julia Spencer-Fleming, author of the Clare Fergusson/Russ Van Alstyne mystery series.
- Julie Spira, author of The Perils of Cyber-Dating.
- Bruce Beck (B.S. 1978), weekend sports anchor for WNBC, NY
- Mike Catalana (B.S. 1985), Sports Director WHAM-TV Rochester, New York
- Lanny Frattare (B.S. 1970), play-by-play announcer for MLB's Pittsburgh Pirates
- Eric Frede (B.S. 1988), Boston Bruins Studio Host, NESN
- Neil Hartman (B.S. 1982), Sports Anchor, Comcast SportsNet Philadelphia
- Karl Ravech (B.S. 1987), ESPN sportscaster
- Kevin Connors (B.S. 1997), ESPN sportscaster
- Sal Paolantonio, ESPN sportscaster - Paolantonio has had two children attend Ithaca and he is on Philadelphia Executive Committee of the college's campaigns.
- Edward Glazer (B.A. 1992), Executive Vice President of Tampa Bay Buccaneers & First Allied Corporation
- Les Otten (B.S. 1971), Vice-Chairman and Partner of the Boston Red Sox Organization.
- Mustafa Erogut (MBA 2006), Deputy Director-General of Turkey_national_football_team
- Tom Nugent, college football head coach and sportscaster, College Football Hall of Famer, developer of the I Formation
- Eddie Sawyer, Former Philadelphia Phillies manager and MLB and scout.
- Barry Smith, former NHL Associate Coach
- Anthony Wise, Offensive Line Coach, NFL’s New York Jets
- Robert Marella, Former Professional wrestler and ringside commentator for the World Wrestling Federation known as Gorilla Monsoon
- Meghan Musnicki, Rower, Member of the gold medal winning Women's 8+ for the United States at the 2012 London Olympics
Scientists and Engineers
- Richard Jadick (B.S. 1987), combat surgeon who was awarded the Bronze Star for service in Iraq
- Giorgio A. Tsoukalos, (1998) television presenter specializing in the ancient astronaut hypothesis.
- Bernard L. Ruttenberg (B.S. 1960), Publicity Director and Director of Operations, WNEW-AM and -FM. Died 1972.
- Thomas Beusse: Executive Profile & Biography - BusinessWeek
- Ronald D. Sernau Profile
- "Erinn Bartlett". IMDb. Retrieved September 29, 2012.
- Ophir, Edon. "Ithaca's own 'Gossip Girl,'" The Ithacan (Ithaca College), August 28, 2008.
- The Pulitzer Prizes - The 2009 Pulitzer Prize Winners
- Ithaca College Grad Wins Pulitzer - News Release - Ithaca College Office of Media Relations
- A&E Center $2 Million Donor Ed Glazer '92 - IC View - Ithaca College