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1 Tim Robbins (1976) - 2003 Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor 5405
2 Lucy Liu (1986) actress 4437
3 David Axelrod (c. 1972) senior advisor to Barack Obama's campaign 3477
4 Thelonious Monk (1935) jazz musician 2948
5 James Cagney (1918) actor/dancer 2594
6 Dick Morris (1964) political consultant 2036
7 Eric Holder (1969) law; United States Attorney General in President Barack Obama's administration 1511
8 Samuel P. Huntington (c. 1945) political theorist, author 1469
9 Thomas Sowell (1948) economist 1165
10 Ned Vizzini (1999) author of It's Kind of a Funny Story, Be More Chill, and Teen Angst? Naaah.... 936
11 Sheldon Leonard (1925) Emmy-winning actor, producer, director 917
12 Ron Silver (1963) actor, director 876
13 Brian Greene (1980) string theory, mirror symmetry, author of The Elegant Universe; Rhodes Scholarship|Rhodes Scholar (Columbia University) 826
14 Paul Reiser (1973) actor and producer 815
15 George Raft (c. 1915) actor 799
16 Mike Greenberg (1985) ESPN sportscaster, co-host of the Mike and Mike show on ESPN Radio. 759
17 Louis Ozawa Changchien http://www.asiancemagazine.com/2010/08/10/breaking-barriers-in-hollywood--louis-ozawa-changchien-</ref> actor 701
18 Ben Gazzara (1946) Emmy Award winning actor 649
19 Lewis Mumford (1912) historian of technology and science 601
20 Kate Schellenbach (1983) musician with the Beastie Boys and Luscious Jackson 568
21 Edward Irving Wortis (c. 1955) writer of children's books under the pen name of Avi 541
22 Hubert Selby, Jr. (1946) writer, author of Requiem for a Dream and Last Exit to Brooklyn 530
23 Gary Shteyngart (1991) author of The Russian Debutante's Handbook and Absurdistan 514
24 Lucy Deakins (1988) actress 504
25 George Segal (1941) sculptor 471
26 Eric Van Lustbader (1964) writer, author of The Bourne Legacy and The Ninja 471
27 Arthur Blank (1960) founder of The Home Depot, owner of the Atlanta Falcons 462
28 Roald Hoffmann (1954) - 1981 Nobel Prize in Chemistry 450
29 Robert Fogel (1944) - 1993 Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences 434
30 Lisa Randall (1980) high energy physics, Randall–Sundrum model, 2004 elected to the American Academy of Arts and Sciences (Harvard University) 402
31 Walter Becker (1967) guitarist and songwriter for Jay and the Americans and Steely Dan 394
32 Bram Cohen (1993) author of BitTorrent 393
33 Martin Brest (1969) actor, director, producer, writer 373
34 Joseph L. Mankiewicz (1924) - 1949, 1950 Academy Award for Best Director 366
35 Robert Siegel (1964) radio journalist, All Things Considered 361
36 Robert Alda (1930) actor (and the father of Alan) 333
37 Rebecca Sealfon (2001) winner of 1997 Scripps National Spelling Bee 333
38 Jeffrey Loria (1957) owner of Florida Marlins, formerly owner of Montreal Expos 302
39 Richard Axel (1963) - 2004 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine 301
40 Paul Cohen (1950) - 1966 Fields Medal 289
41 Eric Lander (1974) computational biology; Westinghouse scholarship, Rhodes Scholar, MacArthur Fellow, codirector of Human Genome Project, 1997 United States National Academy of Sciences (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) 267
42 Joshua Lederberg (1941) - 1958 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine 250
43 Dimitry Elyashkevich (1993) Cinematographer 241
44 Thomas Calabro (1977) actor and director 240
45 Stacey Nelkin (1977) actress 238
46 Len Berman (1964) Emmy Award-winning NBC sportscaster 215
47 Robert Parris Moses (1952) organizer of 1964 Freedom Summer, MacArthur Fellow 215
48 Peter Lax (1943) - 1985 Wolf Prize in Mathematics 209
49 Tom Dowd (1942) pioneer recording engineer, 1992 Grammy Award 207
50 Angela Goethals (1995) Actress 206
51 Igor Ansoff (1937) business theorist, coined term strategic management 201
52 Elias Stein (1949) - 1999 Wolf Prize in Mathematics 197
53 Bruce Bueno de Mesquita (1963) Senior Fellow, Hoover Institution, Silver Professor, NYU, international relations, American Academy of Arts and Sciences 196
54 Vladimir Vladimirovich Pozner (1948) journalist, author, Soviet television personality 189
55 Cameron Lyndon Bennett (1973) adult film director, better known as Bud Lee 173
56 Jessica Valenti (1996) feminist blogger and writer 172
57 Denny Chin (1971) Judge on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit 166
58 Malcolm Barrett (1998) actor 159
59 Reihan Salam (1997) conservative writer at The Atlantic and Forbes.com, and blogger for The American Scene 157
60 Albert Shanker (1946) served as President of the United and American Federations of Teachers and 1998 Presidential Medal of Freedom. </ref> 152
61 Heather Juergensen (1987) actress and writer (Kissing Jessica Stein) 150
62 Jerrold Nadler (1965) U.S. Congressman 146
63 Noam Elkies (1982) elliptic curves; youngest person ever to win tenure at Harvard; his musical compositions have been performed by major symphony orchestras (Harvard University). 139
64 Michael Levin (1960) philosopher, author of Why Race Matters 137
65 Roy Innis (1952) served as national chairman of the Congress of Racial Equality 136
66 Kai Winding (1940) composer and trombonist with the Benny Goodman Orchestra 123
67 Paul Levitz (1973) president of DC Comics 122
68 David Lipsky (1983) novelist (Absolutely American) 99
69 John S. Hall (1978) singer, spoken word artist, and founder of King Missile 89
70 Charlie Scott (1966) former NBA player and Olympic gold medallist in 1968 86
71 Robert Zimmer (1964) ergodic theory, dynamical cocycles (President of University of Chicago) 85
72 Harvey Pitt (1961) Chairman, Securities and Exchange Commission 84
73 Bernie Brillstein (1948) producer and manager, Emmy 82
74 Omar Wasow (1988) creator of BlackPlanet, Oprah's "tech guy", MSNBC Internet analyst 80
75 Hanna Rosin (1987) journalist 78
76 Edwin Torres (c. 1949) judge and author (Carlito's Way) 77
77 Tobias Schneebaum (1939) memoirist and explorer, author of Keep the River on Your Right 77
78 Michael Silverstein (1962) linguistics MacArthur Fellow, 1973 United States National Academy of Sciences 75
79 Steven M. Bellovin (1968) leading authority on firewalls and Internet security; elected to National Academy of Engineering in 2001 (Columbia University) 72
80 Rolf Landauer (1943) physics of computation; elected in 1988 to the United States National Academy of Sciences, IBM Fellow (Thomas J. Watson Research Center) (d. 1998) 70
81 Bernard Meltzer (1934) radio personality 66
82 Eva Moskowitz (1982) served on New York City Council 64
83 John Tsang Chun-wah (1969) Financial Secretary of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region 63
84 Joseph Nacchio (1966) CEO of Qwest 62
85 Marshall Rosenbluth (1942) theory of liquids, fusion; Fermi Award, United States National Academy of Sciences (University of California, San Diego, emeritus) 58
86 Hans Mark (1947) aerospace engineering; served as Deputy Administrator of NASA, and Secretary of the United States Air Force 55
87 D. J. Newman (1947) analytic number theory, long-time editor of problems section in the American Mathematical Monthly (Temple University, emeritus) 52
88 Bobby Colomby (1962) musician and producer with Blood, Sweat & Tears 51
89 J. Edward Bromberg (c. 1920) actor 51
90 Matt Ruff (1983) writer (Set This House in Order) 50
91 Richard Ben-Veniste (1960) law; assistant prosecutor on the Watergate Task Force, served on the 9/11 Commission 49
92 Bob Frankston (1966) software; author of the spreadsheet VisiCalc 49
93 Alvin F. Poussaint (1952) clinical psychiatry (Judge Baker Children's Center, Harvard University) 49
94 John Schoenherr (c. 1953) mammologist and illustrator 48
95 Samuel Spewack (c. 1917) screenwriter, playwright, and double Tony Award-winner for Kiss Me, Kate and Academy Award nominee for My Favorite Wife 46
96 Jordan Sonnenblick (1987) writer of young adult novels Drums, Girls, & Dangerous Pie, Notes from the Midnight Driver, Zen and the Art of Faking It, and Dodger and Me. Student of Frank McCourt. 46
97 Howard Golden (1945) served as Brooklyn Borough President 44
98 Leroy Brown (1923) was 1924 Olympic Silver Medalist, High Jump 44
99 Ray Arcel (1917) International Boxing Hall of Fame 43
100 Dana Randall (1984) discrete mathematics, theoretical computer science (Georgia Tech). 42
101 Ted Gold (1964) political activist and Weathermen member 41
102 Benjamin Widom (1945) phase transitions, stat. mechanics, elected in 1974 to the United States National Academy of Sciences (Cornell University) 40
103 Grace Meng (1993) current member of New York State Assembly 39
104 Paul Zeitz (1975) ergodic theory (University of California, San Francisco). 39
105 Drew Nieporent (1973) restaurateur 37
106 Ronn Torossian (1992), CEO of 5W Public relations 37
107 David Harbater (1970) algebraic geometry; NSF Postdoctoral Fellow, in 1994 Invited Lecturer to the International Congress of Mathematicians, 1995 Cole Prize (University of Pennsylvania) 35
108 Jack Molinas (1949) former NBA player and key figure in the NCAA point shaving scandal 34
109 Steven J. Wallach (1962) inventor; former chief technology officer of Hewlett-Packard 34
110 Paul S. Appelbaum psychiatrist, Elizabeth K. Dollard Professor of Psychiatry, Medicine and Law, Director, Division of Psychiatry, Law and Ethics, Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons 32
111 Adriana Diaz (2002) 2006 Miss New York USA 32
112 Ronald J. Grabe (1962) astronaut (NASA) 31
113 Jessica Lappin (1993) current member of New York City Council 29
114 Jack Nash (1946) chairman of Oppenheimer & Company 29
115 Moe Fishman (1933) co-founder and Executive Secretary/Treasurer of the Veterans of the Abraham Lincoln Brigade. 28
116 Bernard W. Nussbaum (1954) law; served on the United States House Committee on the Judiciary during the Watergate impeachment inquiry, served as counsel to President Bill Clinton 27
117 John F. Banzhaf III (c. 1955) professor and practitioner of public interest law at George Washington University 27
118 Sheldon Datz (c. 1943) 2000 Fermi Award 24
119 William Greaves (1944) Emmy-winning filmmaker 23
120 Daniel Radosh (1987) journalist and blogger; student of Frank McCourt 23
121 Melvin Hochster (1960) </ref> commutative algebra, algebraic geometry, invariant theory; 1980 Cole Prize, elected in 1992 to the United States National Academy of Sciences (University of Michigan) 22
122 Simon Kornblit (1951) </ref> - former Executive Vice President of worldwide marketing for Universal Pictures and actor. </ref> 22
123 Serphin Maltese (c. 1950) is a longstanding New York State Senator 22
124 Steven E. Koonin (1968) theoretical and computational physics (Provost, California Institute of Technology), 1998 Lawrence Award 22
125 Ted Husing (1919) Sportscaster 20
126 Rebecca Pawel (1995) writer 19
127 Bertram Kostant (1945) Lie groups and representation theory; elected in 1978 to the United States National Academy of Sciences, (Massachusetts Institute of Technology). 19
128 Daniel Hirschberg (1967) </ref> design of algorithms (University of California, Irvine) 18
129 Charles Dryden (c. 1937) Member of the Tuskegee Airmen in World War II 18
130 Arthur M. Jolly (1987)' Nicholl Fellowship in Screenwriting, playwright of Past Curfew and A Gulag Mouse'. Student of Frank McCourt. 17
131 Julius Hegyi (1941) conductor and violinist 16
132 Alan Jay Gerson (1975) current member of New York City Council 16
133 Norman Armitage (Cohn) (1923) 6 Olympic fencing teams, 1948 Olympic Bronze Medalist, 17-time national sabre champion 15
134 Harold Widom (1949) integral equations, symplectic geometry (University of California, Santa Cruz), 2007 Wiener Prize 15
135 Paul Moskowitz (pre-1973) IBM researcher 15
136 George Michael Cuomo (c. 1947) writer, author of Jack be Nimble, Among Thieves, Family Honor, Trial by Water and other books 14
137 James Bohanek (c. 1987) Broadway and television actor 14
138 Herbert Zelenko (1922) U.S. Congressman 14
139 George Kisevalter (c. 1925) Central Intelligence Agency operations officer who handled both Major Pyotr Popov, the first Soviet GRU agent run by the CIA, and Colonel Oleg Penkovsky. 14
140 Philip H. Sechzer (1930) anesthesiologist, pioneer in pain management; inventor of patient-controlled analgesia (PCA) 13
141 James Lepowsky (1961) </ref> Lie theory (Rutgers University). Lepowsky's Ph.D advisor at Massachusetts Institute of Technology was Bertram Konstant (1945). 13
142 Richard H. Price (1960) relativity and astrophysics (University of Utah) 13
143 Jonah Meyerson (2009) actor The Royal Tenenbaums, The Matador 13
144 Albert Axelrod (1938) was 1960 Olympic Bronze Medalist in foil fencing 12
145 Herbert Tenzer (1923) U.S. Congressman 1964-68, founder of Albert Einstein College of Medicine, founder of Benjamin Cardozo School of Law 12
146 Neil R. Grabois (1953) commutative algebra (President, Colgate University) 11
147 Sam Marchiano (1985) MLB.com sportcaster and host, daughter of longtime sports news anchor, Sal Marchiano. 11
148 Daniel Berg (1946) served as Served as Dean of Science and later Provost at Carnegie Mellon University, 1977–1983, and President of Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, 1984–1987. 11
149 Kelly Karbacz (1996) actress Rent, Sesame English, Regular Joe 11
150 Marv Goldberg (1960) music critic and writer 11
151 Jeff Rubens (1957) probability and statistics, coeditor of The Bridge World (Pace University) 11
152 John Tietjen (1946) served as President of Concordia Seminary and Christ Seminary-Seminex 10







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