30 Celebrities Who Went to High School in Cleveland

Every city is proud to claim its natives who end up being famous. And Cleveland, and its surrounding area, has an especially talented bunch of folks who are artistic, athletic, smart and oh so much more. Here's a list of celebs who not only lived in the area for a time, but also graduated from one of our high schools.

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Halle Berry
Bedford High School
Halle Berry may be known for her role in Catwoman, but she won Best Actress for Monster’s Ball, which made her the only African American woman with the award.
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Halle Berry

Bedford High School
Halle Berry may be known for her role in Catwoman, but she won Best Actress for Monster’s Ball, which made her the only African American woman with the award.

Photo via Alexander Horn/Wikimedia Commons
Drew Carey
James Ford Rhodes High School
Drew Carey got his TV start on "The Drew Carey Show," but now you can find him on "The Price Is Right."
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Drew Carey

James Ford Rhodes High School
Drew Carey got his TV start on "The Drew Carey Show," but now you can find him on "The Price Is Right."

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Steve Harvey
Glenville High School
Who’s a great game show host who’s also from Cleveland? If you guessed “Steve Harvey,” then great answer!
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Steve Harvey

Glenville High School
Who’s a great game show host who’s also from Cleveland? If you guessed “Steve Harvey,” then great answer!
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Kid Cudi
Shaker Heights High School
Kid Cudi has six studio albums from his time as a solo rapper, but he is also a member of the rock band WZRD. 
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Kid Cudi

Shaker Heights High School
Kid Cudi has six studio albums from his time as a solo rapper, but he is also a member of the rock band WZRD.

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Alan Ruck
Parma Senior High School
Bueller? You might recognize Alan Ruck as Cameron Frye in "Ferris Bueller’s Day Off."
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Alan Ruck

Parma Senior High School
Bueller? You might recognize Alan Ruck as Cameron Frye in "Ferris Bueller’s Day Off."

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Terrence Howard
Jane Addams Business Careers Center
Terrence Howard has been in many films, but unfortunately he didn’t make it to "Iron Man 2" as James Rhodes.
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Gordon Correll/flickr

Terrence Howard

Jane Addams Business Careers Center
Terrence Howard has been in many films, but unfortunately he didn’t make it to "Iron Man 2" as James Rhodes.

Photo via Gordon Correll/flickr
Benjamin Orr
Valley Forge High School
Benjamin Orr was a singer, bassist and co-founder of the band The Cars.
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Benjamin Orr

Valley Forge High School
Benjamin Orr was a singer, bassist and co-founder of the band The Cars.

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Dick Feagler
John Adams High School
Dick Feagler was an American journalist known as a voice for Clevelanders.
Photo via Feagler & Friends/PBS

Dick Feagler

John Adams High School
Dick Feagler was an American journalist known as a voice for Clevelanders.

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Bob Golic
St. Joseph's High School
Bob Golic was a defensive tackle for three NFL teams, including six years with the Cleveland Browns.
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Bob Golic

St. Joseph's High School
Bob Golic was a defensive tackle for three NFL teams, including six years with the Cleveland Browns.

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Andy Borowitz
Shake Heights High School
You may know Andy Borowitz as a writer, comedian and satirist. He created the sitcom "The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air" and his column The Borowitz Report.
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Andy Borowitz

Shake Heights High School
You may know Andy Borowitz as a writer, comedian and satirist. He created the sitcom "The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air" and his column The Borowitz Report.

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