Notable Alumni

Michael Burgess
Michael Burgess ('72)

Congressman, U.S. House of Representatives, 26th District of Texas (2003-present)

K Callan ('64)

Actress, appeared in the movies Joe and A Touch of Class, as well as the TV shows All in the Family, Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman, How I Met Your Mother, Justified and Veep

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C. James Carrico
C. James Carrico ('57)
Deceased 1935-2002

The first physician who treated President John F. Kennedy after he was fatally shot; former chairman of the Department of Surgery at the University of Washington and UT Southwestern Medical Center

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Chris Carroll ('71)

Founder and owner of Spring Creek Restaurants, a 40 restaurant chain that includes Spring Creek Barbeque and Mexican Inn Cafe

Kristopher Carter ('93)

Composer; Emmy Award winner for the Batman Beyond cartoon series

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Rodolfo Cazaubon

2016 Olympian in golfing and player on the tour       

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Hyun-Soon Chong ('99 Ph.D.)

Professor and cancer researcher at the Illinois Institute of Technology; researches developing safe, effective and targeted drugs for cancer and neurodegenerative diseases

Thomas Haden Church

Actor; Academy Award nominee for Sideways; Emmy award winner for Broken Trail

David Clark
Deceased 1936-2018

1960 Olympian in pole vaulting

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Mike Cochran ('58)

Longtime reporter for the Associated Press, author of several books about Cullen Davis and Clayton Williams

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Jeff Coffin ('90)

Saxophonist for Dave Matthews Band; three-time Grammy Award winner with the band Bela Fleck & the Flecktones; founder of Jeff Coffin & the Mu'tet; educator, clinician and author.

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John Ford Coley

Member of the Grammy-nominated duo England Dan and John Ford Coley that produced such hits as "I'd Really Love to See You Tonight."

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John Creuzot ('78)

Attorney; Former state District Court Judge for Criminal District Court 4 in Dallas (1991-2012)

Carmen Cusack

Singer and actress who was nominated for a 2016 Tony Award for her performance in "Bright Star"

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Michael Daugherty ('76)

Four-time Grammy-winner composer

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Bob Dorough ('49)
Deceased 1923-2018

Jazz musician, composer and music director of Schoolhouse Rock; wrote and performed "Conjunction Junction," "Three is a Magic Number" and other well-known songs in the series.

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Lance Dunbar

Former running back for the Dallas Cowboys (2012-2017); running back for the Los Angeles Rams (2017)

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Ron English ('84)

Pop artist whose work has been used by the Barack Obama presidential campaign, billboards and "The Simpsons"

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Michael Faircloth
Michael Faircloth ('83)

Fashion designer; designer to former First Lady Laura Bush

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O'Neil Ford
Deceased 1905-1982

Influential architect in Texas vernacular; designer of the Tower of the Americas in San Antonio and the Little-Chapel-in-the-Woods at Texas Woman's University