List of College of The Holy Cross Alumni - Entertainment

Entertainment

  • Karen E. Baldwin 1985, Executive Vice President of Creative Affairs, Baldwin Entertainment Group and wife of Howard Baldwin
  • Leigh Anne Brodsky 1980, President of Nickelodeon and Viacom Consumer Products
  • Jerry Colbert 1964, TV producer
  • Dick Cusack 1950, Actor, director and producer
  • Neil Donohoe 1980,Director of Theater Division at Boston Conservatory
  • Ann Dowd 1978, Broadway, movie, and television actress. For her role in Compliance she received the National Board of Review award for Best Supporting Actress
  • Kate Dowd 1976, International casting director based in the U.K., most recently involved with casting for 22nd James Bond film Quantum of Solace.
  • Brian Gallivan 1991, Improvisational actor and member of Second City Network.
  • Dave Holmes 1994, MTV host
  • Neil Hopkins 1999, Television and Film actor and writer.
  • Peter Jankowski 1986, Executive Producer, Law & Order
  • Kevin O'Connor 1990, host of PBS's This Old House
  • Thomas F. O'Neil 1937, former Chairman of RKO General Studios, who brought movies to television and experimented with an early coin-operated pay TV system.
  • Bartlett Sher 1981, director of Tony Award winning Broadway musicals South Pacific and The Light in the Piazza
  • Robert C. Wright 1965, Chairman of the Board and former CEO, NBC Universal, and Vice Chairman, General Electric and Co-Founder, Autism Speaks
  • Tom Severo 2006, Comedian, Winner of reality television program "Beauty and the Geek"

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