List of Riverview Old Ignatians
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- 1 Academia
- 2 Business
- 3 Clergy
- 4 Entertainment, media and the arts
- 5 Law
- 6 Medicine and science
- 7 Military
- 8 Music
- 9 Politics & Public Service
- 10 Sport
- 11 See also
- 12 References
- 13 External links
- Athanasius Treweek - Professor of Classics at University of Sydney, cracked Japanese code in World War II
- 1938 - Terence Glasheen - BA University of Sydney
- 1981 - Tony Abbott - BEc, LLB University of Sydney (see also Politics, public service and the law)
- 1990 - Christopher Martin - BE University of Sydney
- 1994 - Atilla Brungs - BSc University of New South Wales
- 2000 - Michael Izzo - BA, LLB University of Sydney
- 2002 - Greg O'Mahoney - BA, LLB University of Sydney
- 2005 - Imre Hunyor - BSc, MB, BS University of Sydney
- Isaac Lane, analyst at MetLife
- John Kaldor - a textiles industrialist and philanthropist who has donated 260 art works worth A$35 million to the Art Gallery of NSW.
- Andrew Todd (1904–1976) - leading New Zealand businessmen; he also attended Christian Brothers School, Dunedin; member of one of the richest families in New Zealand.
- Sir Bryan Todd (1902–1987) - leading New Zealand businessmen; he also attended Christian Brothers School, Dunedin; member of one of the richest families in New Zealand.
- Paul Ramsay AO (1936–2014) - billionaire, founder of Ramsay Health Care, was Australia's 13th richest man, and a significant Australian philanthropist.
- Robert (Bob) Rose AO, founder with his wife, Margaret Rose AO, of the Rose Group, a property development and management company based in NSW and 146th wealthiest Australian in 2016
- Oliver Curtis and John Hartman - convicted inside traders 
- Fr John Brendan Casey SJ (1909-1985), priest and educationist. Rector of Riverview 1949-1954.
- Rev Fr Mark Raper SJ AM - (OR 1960) Current President of the Jesuit Conference of Asia Pacific, International Director of JRS from 1990 to 1999, Provincial superior of the Society of Jesus in Oceania from 2002 to 2008 Entered the Jesuits in 1961.
- Rev Fr Edmund Campion - (OR 1950) Professor at St Patrick's Seminary, Manly (until the mid-1990s), Author and Historian 
- Most Rev Anthony Fisher OP (OR 1977) - Current Archbishop of Sydney; Bishop of Parramatta Diocese (2010–2014); Auxiliary Bishop of Sydney Arch-diocese (from 2003 to 2010)
- Rev Fr Steve Curtin SJ - (OR 1974) Provincial of the Australian Province of the Society of Jesus from May 2008 until present. Director of Jesuit Mission Australia from 2001 to May 2008.
- Rev Fr Jeremy Clarke SJ - (OR 1987) - entered the Jesuits in 1993, earned his Doctorate in Chinese History from ANU in 2008.
- Rev Fr Tom Renshaw SJ - (OR 1990) - ordained in July 2007, and is a former Rector of Xavier College in Melbourne, Victoria
Entertainment, media and the arts
- Nick Enright - dramatist/playwright
- Justin Fleming - dramatist/playwright
- Christopher Brennan - poet (also attended St Aloysius' College)
- Robert Hughes - art critic and writer
- Padraic "P. P." McGuinness - conservative journalist; editor of Quadrant Magazine
- Gerard Windsor - writer.
- Thomas de Angelis - dramatist/playwright
- Stage and screen
- Bob Connolly, journalist and award winning documentary film maker and author.
- Ben Fordham - Channel Nine and 2GB radio
- Andrew O'Keefe - presenter of the Seven Network's Deal or No Deal and Weekend Sunrise; former intellectual property lawyer
- Rob Palmer - Presenter on Seven Network's Better Homes and Gardens programme
- Reuben Mourad - presenter on Network Ten's Breakfast and 5pm National News.
- Gregan McMahon - actor and theatrical producer.b
- Verushka Darling - Drag Artiste, actor, MTV VJ, copywriter, scriptwriter, promo producer, associate producer.
- Michael Arthur Macdonald Scott (1910-1990), Jesuit priest and educator, co-founder of the Blake prize for religious art and trustee of the National Gallery of Victoria.
- Tom Bathurst AC - Current Chief Justice of New South Wales
- Robert Douglas - Justice of the Supreme Court of Queensland, 1923-1953
- George Ernest Flannery (1872-1945), barrister who worked with Sir Edmund Barton for Federation and was a foundation member of the Old Ignatians' Union.
- Peter Garling - Justice of the NSW Supreme Court, 2010-Present
- Clifton Hoeben AM RFD SC - Current Chief Judge in Common Law, NSW Supreme Court (Judge since 2004, Chief Judge since 2012); Major-General of the Australian Army Reserve
- Sir Henry Edward Manning (1877-1963), barrister and politician. Attorney-General of New South Wales.
- Roderick Meagher QC - Justice of the NSW Supreme Court and Court of Appeal, 1989–2004
- George Palmer QC - Justice of the New South Wales Supreme Court, 2001-2011; musical composer
Medicine and science
- The sciences
- Paul Scully-Power - First Australian born astronaut - Space Shuttle Challenger 1984
- Dr Walter Burfitt CBE - Surgeon and co-founder of the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons; Founder of the Medical Benevolent Association of New South Wales (also attended St Aloysius' College).
- Dr Harry Daly CMG, one of the founding fathers of anaesthesiology in Australia.
- Professor William (Bill) Gissane, CBE, founder of Birmingham Accident Hospital.
- Jim Finn - Keyboards, bass, vocals for the band Art vs. Science 
- James Hunt - Member of the band RÜFÜS 
- Tyrone Lindqvist - Member of the band RÜFÜS 
- Dan McNamee – Keyboards, guitar, vocals for the band Art vs. Science 
- Dan Williams – Drums, vocals for the band Art vs. Science 
- Rob Dougan - music producer and composer best known for the track "Clubbed to Death", which featured in The Matrix
- Ignatius Jones - actor/musician; creative director of Sydney 2000 Olympic Opening Ceremony and Vivid Festival
Politics & Public Service
Current serving politicians
- Tony Abbott, MP (Liberal) - 28th Prime Minister of Australia, former leader of the Liberal Party of Australia, Member for Warringah, and former Health Minister.
- Jason Falinski, MP (Liberal) - Member for Mackellar since 2016
- Dr David Gillespie, MP (Nationals) - Member for Lyne and a former gastroenterologist.
- Barnaby Joyce, MP (Nationals). Deputy Prime Minister of Australia, Minister for Agriculture, Member for New England (since 2013), former member of the Australian Senate representing Queensland (2005-2013).
State and / or territory
- Chris Hartcher, NSW MLA (Independent) for Terrigal and formerly member for Gosford. Former Liberal MP, now suspended.
- Matt Kean, NSW MLA (Liberal) for Hornsby
- Jonathan O'Dea, NSW MLA (Liberal) for Davidson
- Anthony Roberts, NSW MLA (Liberal) for Lane Cove
- Joseph (Joe) Francis, WA MLA (Liberal) for Jandakot
- Stephen Lusher - MHR for Hume (Nat) (1974–84)
- Peter Johnson - MHR for Brisbane Liberal (1975–80)
- Nick Greiner AC - Liberal Premier of NSW (1988–1992)
- Tom Hughes AC QC - Barrister; MHR for Parkes 1963-69, Berowra 1969-72; Attorney-General (1969–1971)
- Joe Francis - WA MLA (Liberal) for Jandakot; Lieutenant, Royal Australian Navy
- Thomas Bartholomew Curran (1870 – 1929), Member of Britain's House of Commons.
- David Miles Connolly (1974-1996), Federal Member for Bradfield.
- Michael Coutts-Trotter - Secretary of the Department of Family and Community Services (New South Wales) (2013–present), Director-General of the NSW Department of Education and Training (2007–2013); Director-General of the NSW Department of Commerce (2004–2007), and chief of staff to the New South Wales Treasurer (1998–2004)
- Paul McClintock - Secretary to Cabinet; Head of Cabinet Policy Unit 2000–2003, Chairman of ADI, and Director of Macquarie Infrastructure Investment Management
- Lachlan Harris - Senior Press Secretary to former Prime Minister Kevin Rudd.
- Leo Barry - Sydney Swans 1995–2009 - AFL Premiership winning player 2005
- Malcolm Lynch - Western Bulldogs 2007–2009, North Melbourne Football Club 2012
- Josh Bruce - Greater Western Sydney Giants 2012-
- Jed Anderson - Hawthorn Hawks 2013-
- Jackson Aldridge - Member of the Butler Bulldogs Basketball team, Australian Institute of Sport Graduate 
- Jackson Bird - Australian Test Cricketer 2012 -, Tasmanian Tigers 2011 -, Melbourne Stars 2012 -, Sheffield Shield 'Player of the Year' 2011–2012, Australia A 2012.
- John Davison - Canadian Cricketer - Competed in 2003, 2007 Cricket World Cup, 2011 Cricket World Cups. Made fifth fastest century in ODI history
- Jim Lenehan - Wallabies 1957-67, NSW Waratahs 1958-68
- Ignatius O'Donnell - Wallabies 1899–1905, NSW Waratahs 1899–1905
- John O'Donnell - Wallabies 1899–1905, NSW Waratahs 1899–1905
- James Hughes - Wallabies 1907, NSW Waratahs 1907-08
- Bryan Hughes - Wallabies 1913, NSW Waratahs 1913
- James "Jim" Stenmark (rugby union) - Wallabies 1947 -1948, NSW Waratahs 1945 -1947
Other nations representatives
- Al McFarland - United States Eagles - (2015–Present)
- Tom Coolican - United States Eagles - 8 Caps (2014–Present)
- Matt Mostyn - Ireland Rugby Union Team and NSW Waratahs 1996
- Paul Kelly - Norway Rugby Team 
- Angus Roberts - Melbourne Rebels 2013 
- Mitch Inman - Western Force 2011, Melbourne Rebels 2012, Wallabies training squad 2012
- Lachlan McCaffrey - NSW Waratahs 2010, Western Force 2012, ACT Brumbies 2013 
- Jono Jenkins - NSW Waratahs 2012, Western Force 2010, Australian Rugby Sevens 2009 
- David McDuling - Queensland Reds 2012 - 2015, Australian Under 20s Rugby World Cup 2009  Natal/Durban Sharks 2015-
- Ed Jenkins - Australian Rugby Sevens Captain 2012 
- Henry Hutchison World Rugby Sevens Series Rookie Player of the Year 2015/16
- Andrew Roughan - Portugal 2010
- Frederick Lane - Australia's first Olympic swimmer, and swimmer Australian swimmer at the Paris Olympics in 1900, he took gold in the 200 metres freestyle and the 200 metres obstacle race.
- Richard Walsh - professional mixed martial artist, Semi-finalist of The Ultimate Fighter Nations: Canada vs. Australia, currently competing in the Welterweight Division of the UFC
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- Ross Galbreath, Enterprise and energy: the Todd family in New Zealand, Todd, Wellington, 2010, pp. 55 and 90.
- "Billionaire Paul Ramsay dead at 78". The Sydney Morning Herald. 2 May 2014. Retrieved 11 December 2014.
- "The Australian: Rich Listers keep itn in the family". www.theaustralian.com.au. Retrieved 2017-02-20.
- J. Eddy; Casey, John Brendan (1909–1985); Australian Dictionary of biography
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- "Mark Raper" (PDF). 23 February 2011. Retrieved 2014-12-11.
- "Peter Craven's SMH review of Campion's ''Lines of My Life''". Smh.com.au. 2003-07-12. Retrieved 2011-09-11.
- "Province Express - Beginning with a conversion of heart". Express.org.au. 2008-05-14. Retrieved 2011-09-11.
- "Jeremy Clarke" (PDF). 28 February 2011. Retrieved 2014-12-11.
- "Thomas Renshaw" (PDF). 31 March 2011. Retrieved 2014-12-11.
- Clark, Axel (1979). "Brennan, Christopher John (1870 - 1932)". Australian Dictionary of Biography. 7 (Online ed.). Melbourne: Melbourne University Press. pp. 397–399. Retrieved 2008-02-01.
- "Harvest of memories". The Age. Melbourne. 1 September 2005.
- P. A. Howell; Scott, Michael Arthur (1910–1990); Australian Dictionary of Biography.
- 'Hunter Wine', Make Lake, 1964, The Jacaranda Press Pty Ltd
- John Kennedy McLaughlin; Flannery, George Ernest (1872–1945); Australian Dictionary of Biography.
- John M. Ward; Manning, Sir Henry Edward (1877–1963); Australian Dictionary of Biography
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- St Ignatius' Centennial, p. 200
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- "Jesuit old boys now our leaders". The Australian. 14 September 2013.
- Erroll Lea-Scarlett; Riverview a history; Hale & Ironmonger; 1989
- "''Paul McClintock appointed to Board of Macquarie Infrastructure Investment Management Limited''". Macquarie.com.au. Retrieved 2011-09-11.
- "Jackson Aldridge - Butler". butlersports.com. Retrieved 2014-12-11.
- "Bird opens door to top flight for private school cricketers". The Sydney Morning Herald.
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- "Sweden v Norway". Fortunecity.com. Retrieved 2011-09-11.
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- "Mitchell Inman - Players - Fantasy Rugby Game Stats - TESTRUGBY.COM". testrugby.com. Retrieved 2014-12-11.
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