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Oct 21 2010
1 Bradley Cooper (C 1997) – actor 9175
2 Allen Iverson (C, attended 1995 to 1996) – professional basketball player, Denver Nuggets 6847
3 Maria Shriver (C 1977) – NBC-TV news commentator and wife of Governor of California Arnold Schwarzenegger 5345
4 Antonin Scalia (C 1957) – Associate Justice, U.S. Supreme Court, 1986–present 3807
5 Ted Leonsis (C 1977) – president and CEO, AOL Interactive Properties; majority owner, Washington Capitals hockey team; producer of the movie Nanking 2504
6 John Barrymore (C 1898) – actor 2258
7 Patrick Ewing (C 1985) – former professional basketball player 1895
8 John Dingell (C 1949, L 1952), D-Michigan, current Dean (longest-serving Member) of the House of Representatives 1621
9 Pat Buchanan (C 1961) – advisor to presidents Richard Nixon, Gerald Ford, and Ronald Reagan; nationally syndicated political pundit; a regular on The McLaughlin Group TV program 1568
10 Lisa Murkowski (C 1980), R-Alaska 1271
11 Alonzo Mourning (C 1992) – professional basketball player, Miami Heat 1040
12 Jonathan Nolan (C 1998) – author of Memento 965
13 Amerie (C 2000) – rhythm and blues singer 906
14 Norah O'Donnell (C 1996), (G 2003) – MSNBC chief Washington correspondent; contributor to NBC's Today 860
15 William Peter Blatty (C 1950) – author of The Exorcist 775
16 Mitchell Hurwitz (C 1985) – TV writer, creator of Arrested Development 764
17 Pearl Bailey (C 1985) – noted singer, actress, entertainer 615
18 Mike Birbiglia (C 2000) – comedian 511
19 Stephanie Herseth Sandlin (C 1993 G 1996, L 1997), D-South Dakota 500
20 Jeff Green (C, attended 2004–2007) professional basketball player, Seattle Supersonics 415
21 Miles O'Brien (C 1981) – CNN technology and environmental correspondent 380
22 Guy Picciotto (C 1987) – guitarist for rock band Fugazi, former lead singer and guitarist for Rites of Spring 346
23 Paul Tagliabue (C 1962) – commissioner, National Football League, 1989–2006 321
24 Lisa Madigan (C 1988) – Attorney General of Illinois 259
25 Edward Douglass White (C 1863) – Chief Justice, U.S. Supreme Court, 1910–1921 255
26 Henry Hyde (C 1947), R-Illinois, former Chairman of the International Relations Committee; former Chairman of the Judiciary Committee (retired) 226
27 Jerome Williams (C 1996) – professional basketball player, New York Knicks 173
28 William Shea (C 1929) – noted New York attorney and patriarch of the New York Mets; Shea Stadium named in his honor 169
29 Ron Klain (C 1983) – Assistant to the President and Chief of Staff to Vice President Gore, 1995–2000 165
30 John Guare (C 1960, H 1991) – author and playwright: The House of Blue Leaves, Six Degrees of Separation; five Tony Awards 153
31 Patricia Russo (C 1972) – CEO, Alcatel-Lucent 131
32 Francis A. Keating II (C 1966), R-Oklahoma (retired) 129
33 Meghan O'Sullivan (C 1991) – Special Assistant to the President and Deputy National Security Advisor for Iraq and Afghanistan, 2005–2007 115
34 John Ziegler (C 1989) – talk show host, KFI-Los Angeles 95
35 Reggie Williams (C 1987) – former professional basketball player 95
36 Malcolm Lee (C 1992) – director, The Best Man and Undercover Brother 86
37 Othella Harrington (C 1996) – professional basketball player, Chicago Bulls 83
38 Brendan Sullivan (C 1964) (L1967) – noted litigator 81
39 Andrew Natsios (C 1971) – U.S. Special Envoy for Darfur, 2006–present; Administrator, U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID), 2001–2005 79
40 John J. DeGioia (C 1979, G 1995) – 48th President, Georgetown University, 2001–present 75
41 Mitch Bainwol (C 1981) – chairman and CEO, Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA), 71
42 D. Michael Fisher (C 1966, L 1969) – Judge, U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit, 2003 70
43 Jahidi White (C 1998) – professional basketball player, Charlotte Bobcats 70
44 Gerome Ragni (C) – Co-author of the 1960s rock musical Hair 68
45 Roger Altman (C 1969) – Deputy Treasury Secretary, 1993–1994 67
46 Thomas J. Bliley, Jr. (C 1952), R-Virginia (retired) 64
47 Richard Mudd (C 1921, G 1922, M 1936) grandson of Samuel Mudd, who was imprisoned for aiding John Wilkes Booth 64
48 Scott R. Pilarz, S.J. (C 1981) – 24th President, The University of Scranton, 2003–present 63
49 Charles Schultze (C 1948) – Chairman, Council of Economic Advisors in the Carter Administration 62
50 Robert S. Bennett (C 1961, L 1964) – noted litigator 59
51 Don Reid (C 1995) – former professional basketball player 56
52 John Lee Carroll (C), D-Maryland, 1876–1880, great-grandson of Charles Carroll of Carrollton 53
53 David Wingate (C 1986) – former professional basketball player 53
54 Jason Bellini (C 1997) – journalist 52
55 Jack Quinn (C 1971, L 1975) – White House Counsel to President Clinton, 1995–1996 51
56 Thomas F. Hogan (C 1960, L 1966) – Chief Judge, U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia, 2001–present 48
57 William Corcoran (C 1813) – founder, Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington's first art museum 48
58 Robert Mosbacher, Jr. (C 1973) – president, Overseas Private Investment Corporation 47
59 Alex Buzbee (C 2007) – defensive end with the Washington Redskins 46
60 Jenny Toomey (C 1990) – indie rock musician and arts activist 45
61 Craig Esherick (C 1978) – former head basketball coach at Georgetown 39
62 Francis Rooney (C 1975, L 1978) – United States Ambassador to the Holy See, 2005–present 36
63 Jack Hofsiss (C 1971) – director of theater, film and television; Tony Award for directing The Elephant Man 35
64 Thomas R. Fitzgerald, S.J. (C 1938–1939) – 6th President, Fairfield University, 1973–1979; 30th President, St. Louis University, 1979–1987 35
65 Charles O. Rossotti (C 1962) – Commissioner, Internal Revenue Service, 1997–2002 33
66 Francis Kernan (C 1836), D-New York (deceased) 33
67 Peter Tali Coleman (C 1949, L 1951), Governor of American Samoa (the first Samoan appointed Governor, 1956–1961, and later the first elected Governor, 1977, 1980, 1989) (deceased) 32
68 Mark R. Dybul (C 1985, M 1992) – Global AIDS Coordinator, U.S. Department of State, 2006–present 29
69 Hall S. Lusk (C 1904, L 1907), D-Oregon (deceased) 28
70 Leo J. O'Donovan, S.J. (C 1956) – 47th President, Georgetown University, 1989–2001 27
71 Tara McKelvey (C 1985) – editor, The American Prospect 26
72 Milton W. Glenn (1903–1967), represented New Jersey's 2nd congressional district from 1957–1965. 25
73 Morgan E. O'Brien (C 1966) – founder and chairman, Cyren Call Communications, 2005–present; co-founder and chairman, Nextel Communications Inc. (now Sprint Nextel Corp.), 1987–1995 25
74 Thomas L. Ambro (C 1972, L 1975) – Judge, U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit, 2000–present 24
75 Barry Sullivan (C 1953) – Chairman of the Board of Trustees, University of Chicago, 1989–1992 23
76 Rev. John Whitney, S.J. (C 1980) – Provincial, Oregon Province of the Society of Jesus 20
77 Frank J. Prial (C 1951) – New York Times wine columnist, 1972–2005 18
78 Jerry J. O'Connell (C 1934), D-Montana (deceased) 18
79 James R. Zazzali (C 1958, L 1962) – Chief Justice, New Jersey Supreme Court, 2006– 18
80 Samuel Lewis Navarro (C 1979) – Foreign Minister and 1st Vice President of Panama, son of Panamanian statesman Gabriel Lewis Galindo 18
81 Kelly Flynn (C 1988) – executive producer, CNN 17
82 W. Michael Murphy, Jr. (C 1972) – New Jersey prosecutor 15
83 Will Tanous (C 1992) – Warner Music Group executive, co-creator HBO's "Reverb" 13
84 Henry A. Edmundson (C), D-Virginia (deceased) 12
85 Charles Cawley (C 1962) – chairman and CEO, MBNA Bank of America (now Bank of America) (retired) 11
86 Robert M. Hayes (C 1974) – Founder, Coalition for the Homeless 10
87 James P.B. Duffy (C 1901), D-New York (deceased) 9
88 Thomas L. Siebert (C 1968, L 1972) – United States Ambassador to Sweden, 1994–1998 9
89 Mary Callahan Erdoes (C 1989) – CEO, JPMorgan Private Bank, 2004–present 8
90 Sydney Emanuel Mudd II (C 1906, L 1909), R-Maryland (deceased) 8
91 Matthew Denver (C 1892), D-Ohio (deceased) 7
92 Claude I. Bakewell (C 1932), R-Missouri (deceased) 6
93 Most Rev. Thomas J. Rodi (C 1971) – Bishop, Diocese of Biloxi, Mississippi 5
94 Mary Jordan (C 1983) – Washington Post journalist, co-winner of 2003 Pulitzer Prize in International Reporting; currently co-bureau chief in London 5
95 Patrick B. O'Sullivan (C 1909), D-Connecticut (deceased) 5
96 David Goldwyn (C 1981) – Chairman of the Board, GlobalGiving Foundation, 2003–present < 5
97 Deroy Murdoch (C 1986) – columnist, Scripps Howard News Service < 5
98 James Greco (C 1980) – CEO, Bruegger's Enterprises < 5
99 Mike Sweetney (C, attended 2001 to 2003) – professional basketball player, Chicago Bulls < 5
100 Sara Albert (C 2005) – America's Next Top Model contestant < 5
101 John T. Buckley (C 1958) – Presiding Justice, Appellate Division, First Department, New York State Supreme Court, 2003–present < 5
102 Charles J. Faulkner (C 1822), W-Virginia, D-Virginia, D-West Virginia (deceased) < 5
103 Stuart Bloomberg (C 1972) – chairman, ABC Entertainment < 5
104 Eamonn O'Reilly (C 1966) – former American record holder in the Marathon < 5
105 Solomon Snyder (C 1959, M 1962) – Neuroscientist < 5
106 John A. Barrasso (C 1974, M 1978), R-Wyoming < 5
107 Michael Vespoli (C 1968) – U.S. Olympic rower, 1974 world rowing champion, U.S. Olympic rowing coach < 5
108 Thomas W. Farley (C 1997) – president and CEO, New York Board of Trade, 2007–present < 5
109 Vincent A. Wolfington (C 1962) – chairman, World Travel & Tourism Council; chairman emeritus, Carey International < 5
110 Philip Marineau (C 1968) – president and CEO, Levi Strauss & Co. < 5
111 Lawrence J. Hogan (C 1949), R-Maryland (retired) < 5
112 Leo Higdon Jr. (C 1968) – 10th President, Connecticut College, 2006–present < 5
113 David C. McCourt (C 1979) – chairman and CEO, Granahan McCourt Capital < 5
114 William Jefferson Clinton (C 1968) – 42nd President of the United States, 1993–2001 < 5
115 Robert Shrum (C 1965)- Democratic political consultant < 5
116 Edmond D. Villani (C 1968) – general partner, Intana Capital Management; vice chairman, Deutsche Asset Management; president and CEO, Scudder Kemper Investments < 5
117 Mark Jude Poirier (C 1991) – author, books include Goats and Unsung Heroes of American Industry < 5
118 Frank McCourt, Jr. (C 1975) – owner and chairman, Los Angeles Dodgers < 5
119 Stacey Davis Stewart (C 1985) – President and CEO, Fannie Mae Foundation, 1999–present < 5
120 Anthony Paul Kennedy Shriver (C 1988) – President, Best Buddies International < 5
121 Garrett P. Kiely (C 1983) – Director of the University of Chicago Press, the nation's largest academic press, 2007–present < 5
122 Robert H. Castellini (C 1963) – CEO, Cincinnati Reds < 5
123 Ruben Boumtje Boumtje (C 2001) – professional basketball player < 5
124 Philip A. Hart (C 1934), D-Michigan – Hart Senate Office Building named in his honor. (deceased) < 5
125 Robert L. Barchi (C 1968, G 1969) – 4th President, Thomas Jefferson University, 2004–present; Provost, University of Pennsylvania, 1999–2004 < 5
126 Eric "Sleepy" Floyd (C 1982) – former professional basketball player < 5
127 Martin C. Halusa (C 1977) – CEO, Apax Partners Worldwide LLP < 5
128 Robert J. Collier (C 1894) – publisher of Collier's Weekly magazine (founded by his father); president, Aero Club of America; married a granddaughter of William Astor < 5

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