Famous Marquette alumni
For a longer list visit http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Marquette_University_alumni
Marcus Lemonis, Arts '99, stars in the CNBC series "The Profit," now in its second season. Read more about him at go.mu.edu/169MMnz
If Emmy-winning 7NEWS - WHDH reporter Mary Schwager calls, you might be in trouble. go.mu.edu/...
Marquette alum and The Daily Show director Chuck O'Neil.
The Daily Show with Jon Stewart
“He is the kind of alumnus Marquette should be proud of.” - Megan Schneck on dancing and beatboxing with Danny Pudi: t.co/abAMvYi8
Congratulations Trenni Kusnierek, Sports anchor and co-host of Wisconsin Sports Central, for being named to The Business Journal's 40 Under 40: t.co/afOfVGtk
Chris Farley ( Courtesy of Second City ) Year: 1989 Location: Chicago Mainstage Where you've seen him: He brought famous "SNL" characters to life, like the Bears "Superfans," life coach "Matt Foley" and a Chippendale dancer alongside Patrick Swayze. His role as a loveable but not-so-bright salesman in "Tommy Boy" made him a movie star before his death in 1997.
Photos: Famous faces from Second City
Comedy great Chris Farley (1964-1997) was born on Feb. 15, 1964. Chris is pictured speaking before the 1993 graduates of Marquette's College of Communication as Matt Foley, Motivational Speaker (minus the glasses).