Paul Newman '49: actor, The Hustler, The Sting, Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, The Young Philadelphians, Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid, and more
Jay Cocks '66: film critic and award-winning screenwriter, Gangs of New York, The Age of Innocence, De-Lovely, and more
Allison Janney '82: actress, The West Wing, The Hours, American Beauty, Juno, Finding Nemo, The Ice Storm, Drop Dead Gorgeous, and more
Josh Radnor '96: actor, starring role in The Graduate on Broadway, central role in the CBS sitcom How I Met Your Mother, director of Happythankyoumoreplease, which won the 2010 Sundance Film Festival's Audience Award in 2010
Wendy MacLeod '81, playwright, author of The House of Yes (which was made into a feature film starring Parker Posey), Kenyon playwright-in-residence
Adam Davidson '86, director/producer for shows including Shark, Grey's Anatomy, Deadwood, and Rome; Academy Award and Palme D'Or winner for The Lunch Date (1990).
Samie Kim Falvey '96: ABC Entertainment senior vice president for comedy development
Abby Fenton '97: director of development at Wooly Mammoth Theatre, Washington, D.C.
Jake Armstrong '01, Ben Hawk '00, Matt Robinson '00, and Jen Hammond '01: founders of Plumb Line Productions, an independent theater company in Chicago
Andrew Kingsley '06 and Andrew Vaught '05: founders of Cripple Creek Theater Company in New Orleans
Adrienne D. Boris '07: artistic associate, Opera Boston
Anthony S. Fischer '07: graduate student, Harvard Business School
Adam T. Petherbridge '08: graduate student, The Actors Studio
Adam J. Sonnenfeld '08: Freelance Motion Picture editor
Yann-Erik K. Adams '09: producing assistant, Soho Repertory Theater
Alison G. Beyrle '09: intern, Kennedy Center for Performing Arts