Discover the notable alumni of University Of Alabama. The list includes people like Joe Namath, George Wallace, Harper Lee, Julio Jones & Bear Bryant. This list of notable alumni is loosely sorted by popularity and has people from different domains of life, such as sportspersons, media personalities, leaders, miscellaneous and business people etc.
George WallaceGeorge Wallace
25 August 1919, American
Joe NamathJoe Namath
31 May 1943, American
American Football Quarterback

Julio JonesJulio Jones
08 February 1989, American
American football player

Harper LeeHarper Lee
28 April 1926, American

Lady Bird JohnsonLady Bird Johnson
22 December 1912, American
First Lady of the United States

Jimmy WalesJimmy Wales
07 August 1966, American
Co-founder of Wikipedia
Bear BryantBear Bryant
11 September 1913, American
Football Player, Coache

E. O. WilsonE. O. Wilson
10 June 1929, American

Bobby BowdenBobby Bowden
08 November 1929, American
Marillyn HewsonMarillyn Hewson
27 December 1953, American
CEO of Lockheed Martin

Marcus BrimageMarcus Brimage
06 April 1985, American
Mixed Martial Artist
Timothy Francis LearyTimothy Francis Leary
22 October 1920, American
American psychologist

Jim NaborsJim Nabors
12 June 1930, American

Robert HorryRobert Horry
25 August 1970, American
Basketball Player

Sonequa Martin-GreenSonequa Martin-Green
21 March 1985, American

Fannie FlaggFannie Flagg
21 September 1944, American
Ha Ha Clinton-DixHa Ha Clinton-Dix
21 December 1992, American
American football player

Norbert Leo ButzNorbert Leo Butz
30 January 1967, American

Latrell SprewellLatrell Sprewell
08 September 1970, American
Basketball Player

Richard ShelbyRichard Shelby
06 May 1934, American
Clay ShawClay Shaw
19 April 1939, American
Political Leader

Bart StarrBart Starr
09 January 1934, American
Entrepreneur, American football player, Journalist
Kathryn StockettKathryn Stockett
1969 AD, American

Gay TaleseGay Talese
07 February 1932, American

Gerald WallaceGerald Wallace
23 July 1982, American
Basketball player
Claude PepperClaude Pepper
08 September 1900, American

Mel AllenMel Allen
14 February 1913, American
George Armitage MillerGeorge Armitage Miller
03 February 1920, American

Robert J. Van de GraaffRobert J. Van de Graaff
20 December 1901, American

Millard FullerMillard Fuller
03 January 1935, American
Hazel Brannon SmithHazel Brannon Smith
04 February 1914, American

Mark McMillianMark McMillian
29 April 1970, American
Football player
Abraham WoodsAbraham Woods
07 October 1928, American

The famous University of Alabama, founded in the early 19th centuries is one of the best places to study in the United States. The American media firm ‘U.S News & World Report’ has ranked this university among 50 institutions in the United States on many occasions. The institution also has a rich political history. Apparently, the University of Alabama has witnessed several political gatherings to address the ‘American Civil War’ and ‘African-American Civil Rights Movement’ issues. Former Governor of Alabama, George Wallace’s infamous political event ‘Stand In The Schoolhouse Door’, took place in the premises of this educational institution. The university is spread over a distance of 1970 acres and around 297 buildings are located on the campus. Apart from its highly qualified professors and the fact that the university imparts great education, this institution has also been talked about for its notable alumni. Noted entrepreneur Jimmy Wales, the founder of ‘Wikipedia’, the virtual encyclopedia, is an alumnus who has made the University of Alabama immensely proud. The popular magazine ‘Time’ had mentioned Jimmy Wales in their list of ‘100 Most Influential People In The World’. Other noteworthy personalities who studied at this university are American politicians Jefferson Sessions and Richard Shelby, actress Sela Ward, biologist E.O Wilson and former footballer Shaun Alexander. Some of these individuals have become household names because of their outstanding accomplishments. Here’s a list which consists of the names of several noteworthy celebrities who were once students of the University of Alabama.