Notable Alumni

As per our school’s Wikipedia page, you can find below for a list of THS graduates who have gone onto excel in their fields.

Please also check out our distinguished alumni and in memoriam pages.

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Edie Adams (1927-2008), actress.

Emin Agalarov (born 1979, class of 1997), Azerbaijani-Russian singer and businessman, who writes and performs songs in English and Russian and has been popular in both Azerbaijan and Russia.

Jonathan Carney, appointed concertmaster of the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra in 2002.

Hope Davis (born 1964, class of 1982), actress.

Pierce H. Deamer Jr. (1907-1986), politician who served in the New Jersey General Assembly from 1952 to 1962 and then in the New Jersey Senate until 1966.

Tate Donovan (born 1963, class of 1981), actor.

Eran Ganot (c. 1981, class of 1999), head coach of the Hawaii Rainbow Warriors basketball team.

Alan Geisler (1931-2009), food chemist, best known for creating the red onion condiment used as a topping on hot dogs in New York City.

Alexander Gemignani (born 1979, class of 1997), Tony-nominated actor, starred in Les MisérablesAssassinsSunday in the Park with George, My Fair Lady (currently at the Vivian Beaumont Theater, NYC)

Alexie Gilmore (born 1976, class of 1995), starred in the television series New Amsterdam as Dr. Sara Dillane.

Han Seung-yeon (born 1988), member of Kara.

Ed Harris (born 1950), actor.

Jon-Erik Hexum (1957-1984), actor.

Jason Itzler (born 1967 as Jason Sylk), founder of NY Confidential, regular guest on The Howard Stern Show – Interviewed on CNN’s Larry King Live.

Richard Levao, President of Bloomfield College.

Ross Levinsohn (born c. 1964), interim CEO of Yahoo!

Eric Maskin (born 1950), Nobel Prize-winning economist (Class of 1968).

Richard P. McCormick (1916-2006, class of 1933), historian and professor, who was president of the New Jersey Historical Society.

Lea Michele (born 1986, class of 2004), singer/actress, Les Misérables, GleeSpring Awakening.

Edward Miguel (born 1974; class of 1992), Professor of Environmental and Resource Economics at the University of California, Berkeley.

Barbara Pariente (born 1948, class of 1966), Chief Justice of the Florida Supreme Court from 2004 to 2006.

Adam Rothenberg (born 1975), stage and movie actor who appeared in the film Mad Money.

Steve Rothman (born 1952, class of 1970), Congressman who served from 1997 to 2013.

Michael Sorvino (born 1977, class of 1996), actor and voice actor.

Gary Wright (born 1943), singer best known for his song Dream Weaver.