List of Alpha Epsilon Pi brothers

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This is a list of notable alumni of the Alpha Epsilon Pi fraternity.

Name Original chapter Notability References
Sheldon Adelson Honorary Chairman and CEO of the Las Vegas Sands Corporation; philanthropist; established the Adelson Family Foundation, which has been a large supporter of Yad Vashem and the Birthright Israel Foundation [1]
Michael Albert Mu Tau Political activist and economist; co-founder and co-editor of Z Magazine [1]
Irving Azoff Delta Chairman and founder of Azoff Music Management Group; former president of MCA Records; former executive chairman of Live Nation [1]
Jason Bedrick Beta Epsilon Member of the New Hampshire state legislature [2]
Alan Baker Honorary Former Israeli Ambassador to Canada [1]
Gary Bettman Beta Commissioner of National Hockey League [1]
Wolf Blitzer Upsilon Beta Journalist, author, CNN correspondent [3]
Myles Brand Rho Pi President of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (2002-2009); President of Indiana University (1994-2002); President of the University of Oregon (1989-1994) [1]
Rondae Hollis-Jefferson Upsilon Alpha NBA player of the Brooklyn Nets [1]
James L. Brooks Alpha Academy Award and Emmy Award-winning producer and director [1]
Ken Chertow Pi Deuteron Former Olympic wrestler [1]
Brad Cohen Beta Upsilon Teacher, author, motivational speaker and subject of the film Front of the Class [1]
Jeff Cohen Chi Alpha Child actor (The Goonies) [1]
Alan Dershowitz Honorary Lawyer, jurist, author, and political commentator [1]
Ian Eagle Sigma Deuteron Sports broadcaster [citation needed]
Zach Tyler Eisen Sigma Deuteron Actor and voice actor; voice of Aang on Avatar: The Last Airbender [4]
Boris Epshteyn Eta Sigma Former White House Assistant Director of Communications for Surrogate Operations; Chief Political Analyst, Sinclair Broadcast Group [1]
Jay Feinberg Honorary Founder and CEO of the Gift of Life Marrow Registry [1]
Wayne Firestone Kappa Deuteron President and CEO of Hillel (2006-2013) [1]
Eric Fingerhut Omicron Deuteron, Honorary US Representative from Ohio (1993-1995); Ohio State Senator (1991-1992, 1999-2006); Chancellor of Ohio State Board of Regents (2007-2011); President and CEO of Hillel (2013-present) [1]
Richard H. Frank Delta Former president of Walt Disney Studios [1]
Art Garfunkel Iota Singer and composer [5]
Scott Garson Sigma Beta Head men's basketball coach at College of Idaho [6]
Frank Gehry Upsilon Architect of the Guggenheim Museum Bilbao, Spain [1]
Leonard Goldberg Gamma Former chairman of 20th Century Fox [1]
Neil Goldman Epsilon Upsilon Television writer and executive producer of Family Guy, Scrubs, and Worst Week [1]
Josh Gottheimer Gamma U.S. Representative for New Jersey's 5th congressional district [1]
Herb Gray Honorary Canada's first Jewish Cabinet member; Deputy Prime Minister of Canada (1997-2002); Chancellor of Carleton University (2008-2011) [1]
Patrick T. Harker Gamma President of University of Delaware; former dean of Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania [1]
Yoel Hasson Honorary Member of the Knesset, Kadima Party [citation needed]
David Horowitz Beta Upsilon Television personality, consumer advocate [1]
H. Robert Horvitz Mu Tau Nobel Prize winner in Medicine [1]
Alan Jacobson Kappa Chi American author of mystery, suspense, thriller and action novels [1]
Allan Jaffe Gamma Family owner of New Orleans' Preservation Hall [1]
Richard Joel Alpha President of Yeshiva University; former International Director of Hillel [1]
Tomer Kagan Sigma Zeta Founder of Quixey, a search engine for apps [7]
Ron Klein Eta former member of the United States House of Representatives for Florida's 22nd congressional district [1]
Jerry Lewis Comedian; Chairman of the Muscular Dystrophy Association [3]
Richard Lewis Eta Actor, comedian [1]
Howard Lorber Alpha Epsilon CEO and President of Vector Group; Chairman of Nathan's Famous [1]
Daniel Magder Beta Chi Actor (Life With Derek) [8]
Josh Mandel Eta State Treasurer of Ohio; United States Senate candidate [1]
Bernard Marcus Rho Upsilon Founder of Home Depot [9]
Steven Markowitz Gamma Rapper under the stage name "Hoodie Allen" [1]
Charles C. Moskowitz Alpha Former president and treasurer of MGM Studios; fraternity founder [10]
Jerrold Nadler Iota United States Congressman, New York's 8th congressional district [1]
Ari Ne'eman Mu Delta Founder of Autistic Self Advocacy Network; first autistic presidential appointee [11][12]
Robert Novak Delta Columnist, pundit and Crossfire panelist [13]
Mike Pesca Epsilon National Public Radio correspondent [14]
Jim Pollak Beta Iota 1992 Olympian; 1990 Goodwill Games gold medalist; four-time US National Champion in cycling [1]
Ron Popeil Delta Inventor; infomercial producer; owner of Ronco Industries [1]
Stanley B. Prusiner Gamma Nobel Prize winner in Medicine [1]
Adam Ray Upsilon Comedian, actor, host of the About Last Night podcast
Jerry Reinsdorf Kappa Deuteron Owner of the Chicago Bulls and Chicago White Sox [1]
Adam Richman Epsilon Star of Man vs. Food on the Travel Channel [1]
Eduardo Saverin Eta Psi Brazilian internet entrepreneur and investor; co-founder of Facebook [15]
Michael Schwerner Beta Civil rights worker killed on June 21, 1964, depicted in Mississippi Burning [1]
Samuel H. Shapiro Delta Former Governor of Illinois [1]
Levi Shemtov Director of Washington, D.C. Chabad [1]
Fred Silverman Sigma Deuteron Producer; former president of NBC Television [1]
Chet Simmons Kappa Deuteron Former president of ESPN [1]
Paul Simon Kappa Chi Singer, composer [5]
Randy and Jason Sklar Omega Deuteron Actors, comedians; hosts of Cheap Seats on ESPN Classic as well as the Sklarbro Country and Dumb People Town podcasts [1]
Steve Stone Phi Deuteron Cy Young Winner 1980; Baltimore Orioles, Chicago White Sox TV color analyst [1]
Richard Thaler Tau Deuteron Nobel Prize winner, Economics ’17 [1]
Matt Van Horn Upsilon Alpha American entrepreneur and the CEO and co-founder of June, co-founded Zimride, now called the ride-sharing service Lyft.
John E. Wallace, Jr. Rho Deuteron New Jersey Supreme Court Justice, appointed May 20, 2003
Sanford I. Weill Beta Co-chairman of Citigroup [1]
Matt Weitzman Sigma Pi Co-creator and Co-Executive Producer of American Dad! [1]
Gene Wilder Iota Upsilon Actor, producer, and director [1]
Scott Wolf Kappa Deuteron Actor [1]
Sam Zell Omega Deuteron Real estate entrepreneur; co-founder and chairman of Equity International; owner of the Tribune Company [1]
Mark Zuckerberg Eta Psi Founder of Facebook [16]
  • Italics indicate a deceased member. Deceased AEPis are said to enter the "Chapter Eternal."

References[edit]

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  4. ^ "Zach Eisen's Linked In". Retrieved 20 August 2014.
  5. ^ a b "Artist Spotlight - Simon & Garfunkel". Cbswods2.wordpress.com. Retrieved 10 June 2016.
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  7. ^ Borison, Rebecca (16 June 2014). "The Most Successful College Fraternities in Tech". Business Insider.
  8. ^ Life with Derek on IMDb
  9. ^ Kesselman, Bruce (July 2006). 46 Union Street : The untold story of Rho Upsilon. Layout by Rebecca Ginsberg. Matawan, NJ: Rho Upsilon Alumni Association. p. 240. ISBN 978-0-9772442-0-1.
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  11. ^ Silberman, Steve. "Exclusive: First Autistic Presidential Appointee Speaks Out". Wired. Retrieved 31 December 2010.
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  13. ^ Margolick, David. "What About Novak?". Vanityfair.com. Retrieved 10 June 2016.
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  15. ^ Kirkpatrick, David (8 June 2010). The Facebook Effect: The Inside Story of the Company That Is Connecting the World. Simon and Schuster. p. 30. ISBN 978-1-4391-0980-9.
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