Discover the notable alumni of Carnegie Mellon University. The list includes people like Andy Warhol, Jeff Goldblum, Ted Danson, Joe Manganiello & Ethan Hawke. This list of notable alumni is loosely sorted by popularity and has people from different domains of life, such as film & theater personalities, scientists, miscellaneous, singers and engineers etc.
Ethan HawkeEthan Hawke
06 November 1970, American
Actor, Director, Screenwriter
Jeff Goldblum Jeff Goldblum
22 October 1952, American

Andy WarholAndy Warhol
06 August 1928, American
Pop Artist

Joe ManganielloJoe Manganiello
28 December 1976, American

Ted DansonTed Danson
29 December 1947, American

Pablo SchreiberPablo Schreiber
26 April 1978, Canadian, American
John Forbes Nash Jr.John Forbes Nash Jr.
13 June 1928, American

Cote de PabloCote de Pablo
12 November 1979, Chilean

Josh GrobanJosh Groban
27 February 1981, American
Pop Singer

Holly HunterHolly Hunter
20 March 1958, American
Michael McKeanMichael McKean
17 October 1947, American

Cherry JonesCherry Jones
21 November 1956, American
Albert BrooksAlbert Brooks
22 July 1947, American
Actor, Comedian, Director

Jack KlugmanJack Klugman
27 April 1922, American

Judith LightJudith Light
09 February 1949, American
Leslie Odom Jr.Leslie Odom Jr.
06 August 1981, American

Blair UnderwoodBlair Underwood
25 August 1964, American
Bennet OmaluBennet Omalu
31 August 1968, American
Neuropathologist, Forensic Pathologist

Barbara FeldonBarbara Feldon
12 March 1933, American

Ellen TravoltaEllen Travolta
06 October 1939, American
Kai-Fu LeeKai-Fu Lee
03 December 1961, Taiwanese
Computer Scientist

Carter SharerCarter Sharer
23 October 1993, American
Kim DirectorKim Director
13 November 1974, American

Stephanie KwolekStephanie Kwolek
31 July 1923, American

Renee Elise GoldsberryRenee Elise Goldsberry
02 January 1971, American

Clifford ShullClifford Shull
23 September 1915, American
Justin HakutaJustin Hakuta
18 October 1982, American
Ali Wong's Husband, Executive, Entrepreneur
James GoslingJames Gosling
19 May 1955, Canadian, American
Programmer, Inventor, Computer scientist

Michael ChabonMichael Chabon
24 May 1963, American
Writer, Essayist, Screenwriter, Novelist,

Edgar MitchellEdgar Mitchell
17 September 1930, American
Officer, Astronaut, Aviator

Sally Jessy RaphaelSally Jessy Raphael
25 February 1935, American
Journalist, Actor
George HotzGeorge Hotz
02 October 1989, American
Blogger, Programmer, Computer scientist

Loudon Wainwright IIILoudon Wainwright III
05 September 1946, American
Singer, Actor, Singer-songwriter, Film actor,

Steven BochcoSteven Bochco
16 December 1943, American

Avie TevanianAvie Tevanian
Computer scientist

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Ivan SutherlandIvan Sutherland
16 May 1938, American
Computer scientist, Engineer, Programmer,
Allen NewellAllen Newell
19 March 1927, American
Psychologist, Computer scientist, Mathematician,

Oliver E. WilliamsonOliver E. Williamson
27 September 1932, American
Economist, University teacher
Arthur T. BenjaminArthur T. Benjamin
19 March 1961, American

Alan PerlisAlan Perlis
01 April 1922, American
Mathematician, Computer scientist, Scientist,

George MaciunasGeorge Maciunas
08 November 1931, Lithuanian, American
Artist, Architect, Painter
David ParnasDavid Parnas
10 February 1941, American
Computer scientist, Engineer

Edward FeigenbaumEdward Feigenbaum
20 January 1936, American
Computer scientist, University teacher
Edward C. PrescottEdward C. Prescott
26 December 1940, American
Economist, University teacher

John OusterhoutJohn Ousterhout
15 October 1954, American
Computer scientist, Engineer, Programmer,

Stephen SchwartzStephen Schwartz
06 March 1948, American
Composer, lyricist, poet, songwriter

Joshua Winslow GrobanJoshua Winslow Groban
27 February 1981, American
Record producer, Musician, Singer-songwriter

The Carnegie Mellon University, situated in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, is one of the few notable educational institutions in the United States. The university is a brainchild of yesteryear American industrialist Andrew Carnegie and was started way back in 1900. Since then, this university has evolved significantly and has gained the reputation of being one of the best places to study. Several famous institutions are affiliated to the ‘Carnegie Mellon University’ and a wide range of courses are offered to students. ‘Dietrich College Of Humanities And Social Sciences’, ‘Mellon College Of Science’ and ‘Tepper School of Business’ are a few of these institutions. According to a popular internet source, more than 13,000 students from over a 100 nations are now pursuing their studies at Carnegie Mellon. The university has also grabbed attention in recent times for its notable alumni. Acclaimed artist Andy Warhol, actors Leslie Adom Jr and Zachary Quinto, as well as mathematician John Forbes Nash Jr are a few noteworthy names who once studied at this famous university. Andy Warhol is famous all over the world for his remarkable works of art and being the face of the ‘pop art’ movement. Mathematician John Forbes Nash Jr., another alumnus of Carnegie Mellon, is known for his outstanding contributions towards the field of Mathematics, especially the changes he introduced to Differential Equations and Game Theory. We have compiled a list of several notable celebrities who once studied at the Carnegie Mellon University’, read on.