International School Manila - Notable Alumni

Notable Alumni

Famous and distinguished graduates and non-graduating former students of ISM include:

  • Victoria "Vikki" Belo, doctor and Medical Director of the Belo Medical Group
  • Maria Kristina "KC" Concepcion (2003), professional model and MTV VJ
  • Tim Cone (1978), Philippine Basketball Association coach
  • Sharon Cuneta (1984), pop singer and movie actress
  • Andrea del Rosario, actress and model
  • Cielito "Pops" Fernandez (1985), pop singer
  • Amanda Griffin, model and television personality
  • Bea Lucero (1991), Olympic medal awardee in taekwondo
  • Imee Marcos (1973), governor
  • Sarah Meier (1998), former MTV VJ
  • Verena Wreidt (1991),German Journalist and Media presenter
  • Steven T. Murray (1948), literary translator from Scandinavian and German
  • David Webb Peoples (1952), screenwriter
  • Alexandra "Lexi" Schulze, model and television personality
  • Cris Villonco, Filipino performance artist
  • Valerie Anne "Lights" Poxleitner, Canadian musician

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