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The following is a list of James Madison University alumni.
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- Steve Buckhantz, basketball play-by-play announcer for the Washington Wizards
- Mike Caussin, football player for the Washington Redskins
- Gary Clark, football player
- Lindsay Czarniak - sports anchor
- John DeFilippo, NFL QB coach
- Dion Foxx, former American football linebacker in the National Football League
- Charles Haley, football player, 5 time Super Bowl Champion with the Cowboys and 49ers
- Tiombe Hurd - USA Olympic Track & Field Athlete (2004). American Record Holder outdoor triple jump.
- Akeem Jordan, football player for the Washington Redskins
- Christina Julien, women's professional soccer player, member of 2011 Canadian women's world cup team
- Rodney Landers, football player
- David McLeod, first recipient of the AFL Defensive Player of the Year Award
- Arthur Moats, NFL linebacker and defensive end for the Pittsburgh Steelers
- Kurt Morsink, soccer player
- Scott Norwood, football player
- Ed Perry, football player
- Colin Pine, interpreter for Yao Ming, Director of Global Merchandising Group for NBA China
- John Roberts, Speed TV host
- Elliott Sadler, racecar driver *did not graduate
- Billy Sample, baseball player and broadcaster
- C. J. Sapong, Major League Soccer player (forward position) for Sporting Kansas City, 2011 MLS Rookie of the Year
- Jordan Stanton, football player for the New York Giants
- Bryan Stinespring, tight ends coach & recruiting coordinator for Virginia Tech 
- Mike Venafro, baseball player
- Earl Watford, football player for the Arizona Cardinals
- Josh Wells, football player for the Jacksonville Jaguars
- Tamera Young, basketball player
- Nick Zimmerman, Major League Soccer player for Philadelphia Union
Music and entertainment
- Jim Acosta, Senior White House Correspondent for CNN
- Brian Bagby, video game developer.
- Margaret Becker, Christian rock musician
- The Bigger Lights, alternative 21st century rock band
- Julia Campbell, newspaper journalist and reporter for CourtTV
- Ross Copperman, recording artist
- Everything (band), 90's Rock band
- Barbara Hall, TV producer and writer
- Keith Howland, musician (Chicago)
- Jon Finkel, sportswriter, author of The Dadvantage
- Steve James, documentary producer and director
- Craig Klein, voice actor
- Mia LaBerge, artist
- David LaMotte, musician, author, activist
- Geoff LaTulippe, screenwriter
- Nathan Lyon, host of Discovery Health's television series, A Lyon in the Kitchen.
- Mark Jordan Legan, TV and film writer
- Karen McCullah Lutz, screenwriter
- Leroi Moore, musician (Dave Matthews Band)
- Jon Pineda, author
- Reshma Shetty, actress (Royal Pains)
- Chris Sprouse, comic book artist
- Steven Smith, Fuse TV video jockey
- Patricia Southall, Miss Virginia USA, first runner-up Miss USA
- Phoef Sutton, film and television writer
- Butch Taylor, musician (Dave Matthews Band)
- Chuck Taylor, music journalist
- Phil Vassar, country music singer* awarded honorary degree
- Andrew York, musician and composer
- Gifts From Enola '00s post-rock band
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- ^ "Gary Clark". Thehogs.net. Retrieved 2007-07-17.
- ^ "Meet the News Team". WRC-TV. Retrieved 2007-07-16.
- ^ "Dion Foxx". NFL Enterprises LLC. Retrieved December 10, 2012.
- ^ "Charles Haley". Databasefootball.com. Retrieved 2007-07-21.
- ^ "Tiombe Hurd bio". tiombehurd.net. Retrieved 2015-01-21.
- ^ "Akeem Raphael Jordan". Pro-Football-Reference.com. Retrieved December 21, 2012.
- ^ "Arthur Moats". NFL Enterprises LLC. Retrieved December 21, 2012.
- ^ "Scott Allen Norwood". Pro-Football-Reference.Com. Retrieved December 21, 2012.
- ^ "ESPN Player Card". Retrieved 2007-07-21.
- ^ "John Roberts Bio". Speed TV. Archived from the original on 2007-06-12. Retrieved 2007-07-17.
- ^ Berman, Mark (June 27, 2006). "Homecoming all in a day's work for Salem native Sample". The Roanoke Times. Retrieved 2006-10-19.
- ^ "Bryan Stinespring Bio". hokiesports.com. Retrieved 2014-08-17.
- ^ "Mike Venafro Stats". Baseball Almanac. Retrieved November 15, 2012.
- ^ Dr. Marcia Angell at the National Library of Medicine. Accessed July 17, 2007.
- ^ Taylor, Liz (December 1, 2004). "CBS News' Jim Acosta ('93) joins Dan Rather on the set for blackout story". Montpelier. Retrieved 2007-06-24.
- ^ "Phil Vassar Biography". Musician Guide. Retrieved 2009-07-14.
- ^ Assemblyman Sean F. Dalton, backed up by the Internet Archive as of February 5, 1997. Accessed June 17, 2010.