Discover the notable alumni of University Of Georgia. The list includes people like Ryan Seacrest, Kyle Chandler, Bill Goldberg, Alton Brown & Michael Stipe. This list of notable alumni is loosely sorted by popularity and has people from different domains of life, such as sportspersons, film & theater personalities, media personalities, writers and singers etc.
Kyle ChandlerKyle Chandler
17 September 1965, American
Actor
Bill GoldbergBill Goldberg
27 December 1966, American
Professional Wrestler

Ryan SeacrestRyan Seacrest
24 December 1974, American
Television Show Host & Radio Personality

Matthew StaffordMatthew Stafford
07 February 1988, American
American Football Player

Michael StipeMichael Stipe
04 January 1960, American
Singer-lyricist

Alton BrownAlton Brown
30 July 1962, American
TV Personality, Celebrity Chef, Author
Sally YatesSally Yates
20 August 1960, American
Lawyer

Bubba WatsonBubba Watson
05 November 1978, American
Professional Golfer

Danger MouseDanger Mouse
29 July 1977, American
Musician

Lyman HallLyman Hall
12 April 1724, American
Signer of United States Declaration of
Doreen GentzlerDoreen Gentzler
24 September 1957, American
News Anchor

Champ BaileyChamp Bailey
22 June 1978, American
American Football Player
Omari HardwickOmari Hardwick
09 January 1974, American
Actor

Will MuschampWill Muschamp
03 August 1971, American
American football player, Sports coach

Herschel WalkerHerschel Walker
03 March 1962, American
Athletics competitor, Mixed martial artist,
Hines WardHines Ward
08 March 1976, American, South Korean
American footballer

Benjamin WatsonBenjamin Watson
18 December 1980, American
American Football Player
John IsnerJohn Isner
26 April 1985, American
Tennis player

James Michael TylerJames Michael Tyler
28 May 1962, American
Actor

Todd DuffeeTodd Duffee
06 December 1985, American
Mixed martial artist
Fred SchneiderFred Schneider
01 July 1951, American
Singer-songwriter

David PollackDavid Pollack
19 June 1982, American
American Football Player
Dominique WilkinsDominique Wilkins
12 January 1960, French, American
Basketball Player

Fran TarkentonFran Tarkenton
03 February 1940, American
American footballer

Jessica StroupJessica Stroup
23 October 1986, American
Actress

Forrest GriffinForrest Griffin
01 July 1979, American
Mixed martial artist
Deborah RobertsDeborah Roberts
20 September 1960, American
Journalists
Terrell DavisTerrell Davis
28 October 1972, American
American Football Player

Blair WalshBlair Walsh
08 January 1990, American
American Football Player

Bjørn LomborgBjørn Lomborg
06 January 1965, Danish
Economist, Educationist, University teacher

Charles KelleyCharles Kelley
11 September 1981, American
Singer, Singer-songwriter
Parvati ShallowParvati Shallow
21 September 1982, American
Actor, Film actor, Boxer

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Murphy JensenMurphy Jensen
30 October 1968, American
Tennis player, Actor, Television actor

Mike MillsMike Mills
17 December 1958, American
Music video director

Zach MettenbergerZach Mettenberger
16 July 1991, American
American Football Player

Bill BerryBill Berry
31 July 1958, American
Musician
Zell MillerZell Miller
24 February 1932, American
Politician

Tiffany DupontTiffany Dupont
22 March 1981, American
Actress
Emilio PucciEmilio Pucci
20 November 1914, Italian
Politician

Phil GrammPhil Gramm
08 July 1942, American
Economist

Washed OutWashed Out
03 October 1982, American
Singer-songwriter
Stuart WoodsStuart Woods
09 January 1938, American
Novelist

Lewis GrizzardLewis Grizzard
20 October 1946, American
Journalist
Allison SchmittAllison Schmitt
07 June 1990, American
Swimmer

Chee Soon JuanChee Soon Juan
20 July 1962, Singaporean
Neuropsychologist, Politician

Popularly known as ‘Georgia’ or ‘UGA’, University of Georgia is a flagship university and is ranked 18th overall among public national universities in year of 2017, as per U.S News & World Report rankings. Being a publicly funded university, it provides education that is on the same level as an Ivy League college and is hence deemed as one of the ‘Public Ivies’. The university enjoys a deep-rooted and long history and has found its place as top university in the country, since its inception in 1801. This historical and cultural heritage reflects in its students through their competency, consistency and expertise in all verticals. University of Georgia offers programs in over 140 fields of studies and is endowed with the status of Land-grant, Regional Sun Grant, National Sea Grant and National Space Grant Research University. UGA offers programs in the fields of Arts, Science, Law, Education, Pharmacy, Social Work, and Design and so on. Due to the extensity of the primary campus, which spreads over 762 acres, the infrastructural amenities make the campus a world of endless possibilities. With excellent quality of education which is backed-up by an exceptional panel of faculty, UGA is regarded as one of the best universities that stand in the United States today. University of Georgia possesses a noteworthy list of alumni’s such as Dottie Alexander, Bill Anderson, Shandon Anderson, Dan Amos and Deborah Blum, to handpick a few. Presenting to you here is the complete list of achievers from the University of Georgia.