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Notable Husky Alumni

Michael Anderson '81, Astronaut, Space Shuttle Columbia
Peter Adkins '97, co-founder and CEO, Wizards of the Coast
Fran Bigelow '65, founder, Fran's Chocolates
Jeffrey Brotman '64 & '67, founder, Costco
Mark Brunell '93, NFL Quarterback
Dyan Cannon '72, Actress
Edward E. Carlson '32, CEO, United Airlines
Dale Chihuly '65, Artist
Beverly Cleary '39, Author
Charles Cross '81, Editor "The Rocket"
Norm Dicks '63, U.S. House of Representatives
Patrick Duffy '71, Actor, "Dallas", "Step by Step"
Bonnie Dunbar '71, Astronaut
James Edwards '70, Longtime NBA Center
Steve Emtman '91, Former NFL first overall draft pick; Outland Trophy Award winner
Dan Evans '48, Washington Gov. and U.S. Sen.
John Fabain '74, Astronaut
Anna Faris, actress "Scary Movie" series, "Lost in Translation", "Just Friends", "Brokeback Mountain", "My Super-Ex Girlfriend"
Thomas Foley '51, former Speaker of the House
Booth Gardner '58, former governor of Washington
Mary Gates '50, Community activist, mother of Bill Gates
William Gates '50, Attorney and community activist, father of Bill Gates
Willard Geer '27, Physicist, invented process for color TV
Richard Gordon '51, Astronaut
Kenny "G" Gorelick '78, Jazz Musician
Christine Gregoire '71, Politician, Current govenor of Washington
David Guterson '78 & '82, Author "Snow Falling on Cedars" "East of the Mountains"
Ivar Haglund '28, Restauranteur, Ivar's Restuarants
Don Heinrich '63, NFL Quarterback
Frank Herbert, Author, "Dune"
a George Hitchings '27 & '28, Nobel Prize for Medicine
William B. Hutchinson '32, Surgeon and founder of Fred Hutchinson Cancer
Research Center
Henry M. "Scoop" Jackson '35, U.S. Senator
Richard Karn '79, Actor, "Home Improvement"
Kitty Kelly, Author
Hank Ketcham, Cartoonist, "Dennis the Menace"
Jim Lambright '65, Former UW Head Football Coach
Bruce Lee, Actor, martial arts legend
Tim Lincecum '06, MLB Baseball Player, 2008 National League CY Young Award winner
Kyle MacLachlan '82, Actor "Twin Peaks", "Sex & The City", "Desperate Housewives"
Hugh McElhenny '52, NFL Hall of Famer
Joel McHale, '95, actor and TV host of E!'s "The Soup"
Warren Moon '78, Hall of Fame NFL Quarterback
Jim Mora Jr. '83, Head Football Coach, Seattle Seahawks
Nordstrom Family, Elmer '26; Everett '23 and Lloyd '32, founders of Nordstrom's retail stores
Jonathan Poneman, co-founder, Sub Pop records
Pamela Reed '75, Actress, "Kindergarten Cop", "The Right Stuff"
Norm Rice '72 & '74, Former mayor was first African American mayor of Seattle
Nate Robinson '05, NBA Basketball player, 2006 NBA Slam Dunk Champion
Martin Rodbell '54, Biochemist, 1994 Nobel Prize for Medicine
Brandon Roy '06, NBA Basketball player, 2007 NBA Rookie of the Year, 2008 NBA All-Star
Ann Rule '53, Author
Bob Sapp '97, Actor and martial arts superstar, "The Longest Yard", "Elektra"
Detlef Schrempf '88, former NBA All-Star
Sonny Sixkiller '74, TV Commentator
Karsten Solheim, Business Leader, Ping Golf Clubs
George Stigler '31, Economist, 1982 Nobel Prize in Economics
Julia Sweeney, Actress, "Saturday Night Live"
Kim Thayil '85, Lead Guitarist, Soundgarden
Robb Weller '72, Actor, TV Host
Dawn Wells '60, Actress, "Gilligan's Island"
Rainn Wilson '86, Actor, "The Office", "Six Feet Under", "My Super-Ex Girlfriend"

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