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2009 Inductees

 

Jeffrey Tambor


Jeffrey Tambor
Alumnus of the Year 2009

Jeffrey Tambor B.A., Drama, 1965. His most famous television roles include his four-time Emmy-nominated portrayal of sidekick Hank Kingsley on “The Larry Sanders Show” and twin brothers George Bluth Sr. and Oscar Bluth in the critically acclaimed comedy series “Arrested Development.”


Bill Baird


Bill Baird

Bill Baird B.A., Kinesiology, 1962 A seven-year defensive starter for the New York Jets, he contributed to the legendary upset over the Baltimore Colts in the 1969 Super Bowl and retired with several team career records including most interceptions and longest punt return.

Darlene Marie Iskra

Darlene Marie Iskra

Darlene Marie Iskra B.A., Recreation, 1974 She joined the Navy in 1979 and broke the “brass ceiling” in 1990 when she became the nation’s first woman commander of a commissioned naval vessel, the U.S.S. Opportune.


Steven Okazaki


Steven Okazaki

Steven Okazaki B.A., Film, 1976 This filmmaker’s subjects range from heroin addicts to dairy princesses to Hiroshima survivors. His numerous honors include an Academy Award, three Academy Award nominations, a Primetime Emmy and the George Foster Peabody Award.

 

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