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The school where the past is glamorous movie stars before they became famous, and the present is a student body that speaks 35 different languages.
Hollywood High School was attended by such notables as:

John Archer, actor (1933)
Meredith Baxter, actress (1965)
Carol Burnett, actress/comedien (1951)
Keith Carradine, actor (1966)
Robert Carradine, actor (1971)
Lon Chaney, Jr., actor (1924)
Johnny Crawford, actor (1962)
Linda Evans, actress (1960)
Mimsy Farmer, actress (1963)
Nanette Fabray, actress (1939)
Mike Farrell, actor (1957)
Judy Garland, singer/actress (1940)
James Garner, actor (1944)
Gloria Grahame, actress (1942)
Alan Hale Jr., actor (1936)
Barbara Hershey, actress (1965)
John Huston, director/writer (1923)
Jill St. John, actress (1957)
Chuck Jones, animator (1930)
Dickie Jones, actor (1945)
Sally Kellerman, actress (1954)
Alan Ladd, actor (1931)
Carole Lombard, actress (1923)
Richard Long, actor (1945)
Gladys McConnell, actress and aviatrix (1924)
Ann Miller, dancer/actress (1937)
Yvette Mimieux, actress (1960)
David Nelson, actor/singer (1954)
Ricky Nelson, actor/singer (1957)
Sarah Jessica Parker, actress6
Stefanie Powers, actress (1960)
John Ritter, actor (1966)
Jason Robards, actor (1940)
Ruth Roland, actress (1908)
Mickey Rooney, actor
Alexis Smith, actress (1938)
Sharon Tate, actress
Charlene Tilton, actress (1976)
Lana Turner, actress (1936)
Victoria Vetri, actress (1963)
Joseph Wapner, judge, featured on The People's Court (1937)
Tuesday Weld, actress (1960)
Fay Wray, actress (1925)
by Hollywood High Grad July 29, 2011
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