List of Loyola High School (Los Angeles) people

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This is a list of notable alumni of Loyola High School in Los Angeles.[1]

Notable alumni and students[edit]

Athletics[edit]

Business and economics[edit]

Arts & entertainment[edit]

  • Andy Ackerman – multiple Emmy winner director of Cheers, Seinfeld, WKRP in Cincinnati, Wings, New Adventures of Old Christine
  • Bob Beemer - multiple Academy Award winning sound mixer
  • Roddy Bottum - founder member of, and keyboardist in, alternative rock bands Faith No More and Imperial Teen
  • James Brown (artist) - painter known for rough semi-figurative paintings, bearing affinities to Jean-Michel Basquiat but with influences from primitive art and classical Western modernism.
  • Clifton Collins Jr. - actor in Latino entertainment industry
  • John Debney - Emmy winner music composer for Disney and The Passion of the Christ
  • Bill Gould - founder member of, and bassist in, alternative rock band Faith No More; music producer, sound engineer and record label proprietor
  • Chris Hardwick - CEO Nerdist Industries, comedian, actor, television host @midnight with Chris Hardwick
  • Eddie Galan - Billboard Award winning songwriter/producer, Grammy nominated publisher, Acting Manager
  • Dan McCleary - American artist, and founder of Art Division, a nonprofit offering arts training, academic and career support to young adults in the MacArthur Park community in Los Angeles.
  • Peter Miles - actor
  • Patrick Muldoon - actor in film Starship Troopers and television show Days of Our Lives[16]
  • Daniel Olivas - Award-winning author and attorney.
  • Tony Plana - actor in films and on television show Ugly Betty [17]
  • William Schallert - veteran character actor in many films and television shows including Perry Mason; Star Trek; The Waltons; Hawaii Five-O, Quincy, M.E.; The Partridge Family and Bonanza
  • Jeff von der Schmidt - Grammy Award-winning conductor, founding Artistic Director of Southwest Chamber Music and the LA International New Music Festival
  • Michael Wayne - film producer, son of Hollywood legend and founder of the John Wayne Cancer Institute
  • Patrick Wayne - veteran motion picture and television actor began career in Rio Grande with his father John Wayne
  • Paul Nassif - plastic surgeon, star of Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, Botched, and Botched by Nature

Government, activism and politics[edit]

Journalism and media[edit]

  • Stan Chambers - longtime reporter with KTLA 5, Los Angeles [19]
  • Bobby Cuza – political reporter for NY1. Formerly NY1’s transit reporter; in that capacity he also hosted In Transit – reported the plane landing on Hudson
  • Josh Elliot, Television Journalist
  • George Herriman - pioneering cartoonist and creator of the "Krazy Kat" strip for the Los Angeles Herald Examiner
  • Geoff Miller - founder of Los Angeles Magazine
  • Ryan Jacobs - Deputy Editor of Pacific Standard magazine; writer for magazines including The Atlantic and Mother Jones
  • Daniel Olivas - award-winning author, book critic, and attorney
  • Lawrence Ross, Jr. - author
  • Willard Huntington Wright - as S.S. Van Dine he was a pioneer Los Angeles "noir" detective writer.

Law[edit]

Educators and religious[edit]

References[edit]

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  18. ^ "Kerry's Brain". The New Yorker. 2004-09-20. Retrieved 2008-08-28. 
  19. ^ "Ready to Broadcast". Loyola Marymount University Vistas. Retrieved 2008-08-28. 
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