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1 Steven Spielberg: filmmaker who was a student from 1965-1969 and 2001-2002, earning a B.A. in Film, and a Theta Chi alumnus 13706
2 Steve Martin: actor and comedian 7208
3 Bradley Nowell: lead singer and guitarist of rock band Sublime 3492
4 Evan Longoria: third baseman, Tampa Bay Rays 2740
5 Tank Abbott: professional mixed martial artist 1576
6 Misty May-Treanor: Olympic Gold Medalist (2004 and 2008), women's beach volleyball 1366
7 Terrell Davis: NFL, Denver Broncos' football running back 1238
8 Stan Winston: noted special effects designer 1035
9 Harold Reynolds: retired second baseman, Seattle Mariners, Baltimore Orioles, California Angels and writer for and TBS sports analyst 1015
10 Richard Bach: author of numerous works of fiction and nonfiction, Jonathan Livingston Seagull 960
11 George Gervin: leading scorer four times in a row with the San Antonio Spurs 904
12 Jason Giambi: first baseman, Colorado Rockies 829
13 Bill Medley: Other 1/2 of Righteous Brothers 761
14 Richard and Karen Carpenter: The Carpenters: Pop duo 740
15 Joe Johnston: director of Jurassic Park III and Jumanji 726
16 Maitland Ward actress, Boy Meets World 709
17 Chris Carter: creator and producer of the X-Files 676
18 Erin Gruwell: inspiring teacher from Freedom Writers, the book and movie 673
19 Bobby Hatfield: 1/2 of Righteous Brothers and Rock 'n Roll Hall of Fame inductee. 507
20 Troy Tulowitzki: shortstop, Colorado Rockies 397
21 Bryon Russell: Washington Wizards, Utah Jazz, Los Angeles Lakers, Denver Nuggets 388
22 Basil Poledouris: film composer 343
23 Greg Kriesel: bass player for The Offspring 334
24 Dr. Maulana Karenga: Former Head of Black Studies Dept, author and activist best known as the founder of the African-American holiday of Kwanzaa 304
25 Ilan Mitchell-Smith: English professor, former child actor 299
26 Agnes de Mille: award winning choreographer, niece of Cecil B. DeMille 292
27 Jim Fassel: former offensive coordinator of the NFL's Baltimore Ravens and former head coach of the New York Giants. 289
28 David Twohy: author of Terminal Velocity and The Fugitive. 248
29 Jered Weaver: pitcher, Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim 221
30 John Patitucci: Grammy Award-winning jazz bassist 214
31 Mark Steven Johnson: director of Hollywood thriller Daredevil; writer of Grumpy Old Men and sequel Grumpier Old Men 205
32 Dana Rohrabacher: United States Congressman 204
33 Bob Woods: actor, One Life to Live 194
34 Craig Hodges: Los Angeles Clippers, Los Angeles Lakers, Milwaukee Bucks, Phoenix Suns, Chicago Bulls 1991 & 92 NBA champion 188
35 Bob Kevoian: radio host 187
36 Mark O'Meara: champion Golfer 186
37 Dave Alvin: singer-songwriter, founder of The Blasters, former member of X. 185
38 Jerry Tarkanian: Coached Long Beach State from 1968-1973, later at UNLV and Fresno State 180
39 Tim Minear: television writer and producer for X-Files, Angel, Firefly, Wonderfalls and more. 159
40 Bobby Crosby: shortstop, Pittsburgh Pirates 156
41 Neil Campbell: biologist/author 145
42 Linda Woolverton: screenwriter Beauty and the Beast and The Lion King 143
43 John G. Schmitz: former Member United States House of Representatives and 1972 American Independent Party candidate for President of the United States 132
44 Vance Worley: pitcher, Philadelphia Phillies 126
45 Willie Brown: NFL, NFL Hall of Fame Oakland Raiders' defensive back 124
46 Mike Montgomery: Head Coach, University of California, Berkeley 116
47 Tony Baxter: Disney Imagineering executive. 106
48 Chris Bachalo: well known illustrator DC and Marvel Comics (X-Men) 104
49 John Bettis: songwriter who has 26 gold records and 10 platinum records. 102
50 J. F. Lawton: author of Pretty Woman 101
51 John Dykstra: winner of two Academy Awards for special effects; 95
52 Betye Saar: assemblage artist 84
53 Kathy Augustine: Nevada State Controller (1999-2006) 77
54 Terry Metcalf: NFL, Arizona Cardinals' running back 66
55 Curt Pringle: Anaheim Mayor and former Speaker of the California State Assembly 66
56 Scott Stantis-Editorial cartoonist for The Chicago Tribune and creator of the comic strips, The Buckets and Prickly City 62
57 John Roland: longtime reporter and anchor for WNYW in New York City from 1969 to 2004. 61
58 Alan Lowenthal: Professor of community psychology, State senator 60
59 Tayyiba Haneef-Park: Olympic Silver Medalist (2008), volleyball 60
60 Jeremy Reed: outfielder, Toronto Blue Jays 59
61 Pat McCormick, four-time Olympic Gold Medalist. She won both the platform and springboard events, in both (1952 & 1956) 59
62 Dwight Stones: two-time Olympic high jump Bronze medalist, (1972 & 1976); sports commentator 57
63 Steve Trachsel: pitcher, MLB Free Agent 56
64 Lucious Harris: Dallas Mavericks, Philadelphia 76ers, New Jersey Nets, Cleveland Cavaliers 56
65 Andrew Betts: Charlotte Hornets 1998 Draftee 55
66 David Lee: Olympic Gold Medalist (2008), volleyball 54
67 Robert Eisenman: Professor of Middle East Religions and Archaeology and Director of the Institute for the Study of Judeo-Christian Origins at California State University, Long Beach; and Visiting Senior Member of Linacre College, Oxford University. Expert on the Dead Sea Scrolls. 50
68 John Bowker: first baseman, San Francisco Giants 50
69 Paul Goydos: PGA Golfer 49
70 Jason Vargas: pitcher, Seattle Mariners 47
71 Frank McEnulty (B.S. 1978) Reform Party candidate for Vice-President of the United States (2008) 47
72 Danielle Scott-Arruda: Olympic Silver Medalist (2008), volleyball 46
73 Abe Alvarez: pitcher, Palfinger Reggio Emilia (Italy) 44
74 Tom Hoff: Olympic Gold Medalist (2008), volleyball 43
75 Gloria Romero: California State Senate Majority leader 43
76 Chris Gomez: shortstop, MLB Free Agent 39
77 Kevin Drum: political blogger and columnist 37
78 Dan Bunz: NFL, San Francisco 49ers' linebacker 36
79 Bob Ctvrtlik: Olympic Gold Medalist (1988), volleyball, IOC member. 36
80 Cesar Ramos: pitcher, San Diego Padres 35
81 Danny Espinosa: second baseman, Washington Nationals 35
82 Penny Toler: first player to score a basket in the WNBA and general manager of the Los Angeles Sparks 34
83 Tim Shaw: Olympic Silver Medalist 1976 & 1984 (Water Polo), Sullivan Award Winner 33
84 Juaquin Hawkins: Houston Rockets 30
85 Roberta Gregory: comic book writer 29
86 Paul McAnulty: outfielder, Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim 27
87 Tara Cross-Battle: Olympic Volleyball player 25
88 John Platt: Microsoft researcher, astronomer 25
89 Ed Ratleff: Houston Rockets, Olympic Silver Medalist (1972) 24
90 Steve Horn: Professor Emeritus, former President of the University and 5-term former U.S. Congressman. 23
91 Mark Seay: NFL, San Diego Chargers' wide receiver 23
92 Morlon Wiley: Orlando Magic, Asst. Coach with Orlando Magic, younger Brother of Michael Wiley 23
93 Daniele Bolelli: Author 21
94 Mike Gallo: pitcher, MLB Free Agent 21
95 Ed Arnold: Television sportscaster and author [link]</ref> 19
96 Michael Wiley:San Antonio Spurs 19
97 Scott Touzinsky: Olympic Gold Medalist (2008), volleyball 19
98 Jan Burke: mystery author, 2000 Edgar Award for Best Novel 19
99 Jeff Graham NFL Quarterback 18
100 Amber Corwin: figure skater and costume designer 17
101 Debbie Cook: Mayor of Huntington Beach 17
102 Mike Horan: NFL, Denver Broncos' punter 15
103 J. Jon Bruno: the Episcopal Bishop of Los Angeles 14
104 Melissa Hasin: cellist 13
105 Guy Bee: Director of ER 11
106 Clifton Snider, poet, novelist, literary critic specializing in Jungian and Queer Criticism 10
107 John Mallinger: PGA Golfer 9
108 Brent Hilliard:Head Coach University of San Diego. Olympic Bronze Medal (1992). Volleyball National Championship and NCAA Player of the Year (1992). 7
109 Dennis J. Murray: President of Marist College 6
110 Brent Cookson: retired outfielder, Kansas City Royals and Los Angeles Dodgers 6
111 Beverly O'Neill: former three-term mayor, City of Long Beach 5
112 LaTaunya Pollard: Wade Trophy recipient 5
113 Donna Hilbert: poet and writer 5
114 George Gascón: Chief of Police of the San Francisco Police Department < 5
115 Rudy Whitehead-Lopez: international artist, author of the Song of Laughing Bird and Programme Manager, Visual Arts and Design, WCP, New Zealand < 5
116 Grant Baciocco: actor and comedian in The Radio Adventures of Dr. Floyd and Throwing Toasters. Host of the Jim Henson Company Podcast. < 5
117 Bette Korber: AIDS researcher < 5
118 SHAG (Josh Agle) internationally known painter and designer < 5
119 Michael Wieben: artist, former actor < 5
120 Cindy Brown: Olympic Gold Medalist (1988), ABL (Seattle Reign), and WNBA (Detroit Shock) < 5
121 Charles Lockett: NFL, Pittsburgh Steelers' wide receiver < 5
122 Termel Sledge: outfielder, played for Montreal Expos, Washington Nationals and San Diego Padres < 5
123 Kevin MacDonald: Controversial evolutionary psychologist professor < 5
124 Scott Rogers: video game designer on God of War, Maximo series, Pac-Man World, Drawn to Life and more. < 5
125 Glenn MacDonald: Phoenix Suns < 5
126 Gerald Locklin: Prolific poet. Letters to/from Charles Bukowski are archived at the CSULB Library < 5
127 Gilbert "Magú" Luján: artist < 5
128 Deborah Scott: Academy Award-winning costume designer {{cite news | last = < 5
129 Stu Rosen: winner of 10 Emmy awards < 5
130 Dr. Kristine Forney: Noted musicologist and author of numerous books and textbooks about music. Her works have been translated in over thirty languages. < 5
131 Tony Ronzone: director of Basketball Operations, Detroit Pistons. < 5
132 Ed Gombert: Disney story artist, and animator (most notably Carpet from Aladdin). < 5
133 Bernadette Balagtas: Comedian and actress in the independent film The Debut < 5
134 Dr. Karen Klienfielder: Head of Art History Dept. Author and expert of the works of Pablo Picasso. < 5


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