Discover the notable alumni of Temple University. The list includes people like Bob Saget, John Oates, David Brenner, Adam McKay & Jill Scott. This list of notable alumni is loosely sorted by popularity and has people from different domains of life, such as writers, film & theater personalities, intellectuals & academics, musicians and singers etc.
Bob SagetBob Saget
17 May 1956, American
Stand-up Comedian
John OatesJohn Oates
07 April 1948, American

David BrennerDavid Brenner
04 February 1936, American
Stand-up Comedian, Actor

Todd BowlesTodd Bowles
18 November 1963, American
American football coach

Tom SizemoreTom Sizemore
29 November 1961, American

Daryl HallDaryl Hall
11 October 1946, American
Colman DomingoColman Domingo
28 November 1969, American

Mark MargolisMark Margolis
26 November 1939, American

Tim HeideckerTim Heidecker
03 February 1976, American
Jill ScottJill Scott
04 April 1972, American

Norman FellNorman Fell
24 March 1924, American
Kim RhodesKim Rhodes
07 June 1969, American

Paul F. TompkinsPaul F. Tompkins
12 September 1968, American

Robin Atkin DownesRobin Atkin Downes
06 September 1976, British

Patricia WettigPatricia Wettig
04 December 1951, American
Actor, Playwright, Stage actor, Television actor

Veronica HamelVeronica Hamel
20 November 1943, American
Robert ProskyRobert Prosky
13 December 1930, American

Eddie JonesEddie Jones
20 October 1971, American
Basketball player

Jimmy PopJimmy Pop
27 August 1972, American

Jason GeorgeJason George
09 February 1972, American
Eric WareheimEric Wareheim
07 April 1976, American

Richard BrooksRichard Brooks
18 May 1912, American
Robby AndersonRobby Anderson
09 May 1993, American
American football player

Barry SullivanBarry Sullivan
29 August 1912, American

Hiro KanagawaHiro Kanagawa
13 October 1963, Canadian, Japanese
Actor, Seiyū
Joni SledgeJoni Sledge
13 September 1956, American

P. J. WalkerP. J. Walker
26 February 1995, American
American football player
Laurie SimmonsLaurie Simmons
03 October 1949, American

C. Delores TuckerC. Delores Tucker
04 October 1927, American

Molefi Kete AsanteMolefi Kete Asante
14 August 1942, American
Writer, Philosopher, University teacher
Ben BovaBen Bova
08 November 1932

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Russell HobanRussell Hoban
04 February 1925, American
Junior GaletteJunior Galette
27 March 1988, Haitian, American
Football player

Joseph WolpeJoseph Wolpe
20 April 1915, American, South African
Psychiatrist, Psychotherapist, Psychologist,

Dave SchulthiseDave Schulthise
16 September 1956, American

Shirley M. TilghmanShirley M. Tilghman
17 September 1946, Canadian
Molecular biologist, University teacher,
Jeffrey GitomerJeffrey Gitomer
11 February 1946, American
Writer, Journalist
Reed EricksonReed Erickson
13 October 1917, American

F. Albert CottonF. Albert Cotton
09 April 1930, American

Samuel DashSamuel Dash
27 February 1925, American

Michiaki TakahashiMichiaki Takahashi
1928 AD, Japanese
Shey PeddyShey Peddy
28 October 1988, American
Basketball player

T. J. DiLeoT. J. DiLeo
22 June 1990, German, American
Basketball player

Irving SandlerIrving Sandler
22 July 1925, American
Art critic

The Temple University, situated in Pennsylvania, was founded in 1884 by a philanthropist named Russell Conwell. Several famous institutions are affiliated with this university, namely ‘Tyler School Of Art’, ‘Fox School Of Business’, ‘Beasley School Of Law’ and ‘Lewis Katz School Of Medicine’. The ‘Temple University’ is one of the best institutions to pursue doctoral studies in the whole of the United States. Quite recently, the institution received a funding of a whopping $225 Million. If sources are to be believed, as of 2016, more than 39000 students had joined the university to pursue various academic courses. According to a list published by the media firm ‘U.S News & World Report’, ‘Temple University’ is the 56th best university in the whole of USA. One of the reasons why many students around the world prefer studying at ‘Temple’ is its notable alumni. Noted American stand-up comedian and actor, Bill Cosby, is an alumnus of this great institution. His impeccable comic timing has helped Cosby fetch many awards and even a spot on the ‘Hollywood Walk of Fame’. Other famous celebrities who studied at Temple include television presenter Tracy Davidson, American footballer Robby Anderson, actor Kunal Nayyar, singer Daryl Hall and acclaimed actor Tom Sizemore. Kunal Nayyar is now a heartthrob, thanks to his outstanding portrayal of the character Raj Koothrapalli in the sitcom ‘The Big bang Theory’. Tom Sizemore made his alma mater proud after receiving a nomination for a ‘Golden Globe’ award. He is best known for his roles in acclaimed flicks like ‘Saving Private Ryan’ and Black Hawk Down’. Here’s a list of noteworthy former students of ‘Temple University’.