These 28 celebrities went to high school in San Antonio

Ever wonder whether you share an alma mater with any famous people? Believe it or not, a bunch of celebs spent their…

By San Antonio Current Staff

John Quiñones, Brackenridge High School
TV personality Juan Manuel "John" Quiñones was born in the Alamo City in 1952, and attended Brackenridge HS before heading to St. Mary's University for college, with the help of the Upward Bound program. Now, he's known for hosting ABC's What Would You Do? and as a correspondent on Good Morning America and 20/20.
Photo via ABC / What Would You Do?
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The most famous celebrities who were born in San Antonio

A bevy of celebrities are repping the 2-1-0 in Hollywood and beyond. Whether they were born in the Alamo City and quickly…

By San Antonio Current Staff

Michelle Rodriguez
Action star Michelle Rodriguez came out kicking in San Antonio in 1978, and lived in Texas until she was 8. Her family later moved to the Dominican Republic and Puerto Rico. Rodriguez may be best known for playing Letty in the Fast & Furious movies, but she's also appeared in other iconic franchises including Machete and Resident Evil.
Photo via Universal Pictures
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28 celebrities who went to high school in San Antonio

High school bragging rights are no joke in San Antonio, and there's no better way to up the ante than laying claim…

By San Antonio Current Staff

John Quiñones, Brackenridge High School
TV personality Juan Manuel "John" Quiñones was born in the Alamo City in 1952, and attended Brackenridge HS before heading to St. Mary's University for college, with the help of the Upward Bound program. Now, he's best known for hosting ABC's What Would You Do?
Photo via Instagram /  johnquinones
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30 Celebrities That Were Born in San Antonio

Whether they stayed around and grew up in the 2-1-0 or moved on outside of the Alamo City, these celebrities were all…

By San Antonio Current Staff

Summer Glau
Actress Summer Glau has been repping SA since being born here in 1981. Due to her scholarship to a ballet academy, she was homeschooled to accommodate her training. She eventually had an injury that ended her dance career and inspired her to follow acting. She’s known for Arrow, Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles and more.
Photo via Netflix / Arrow
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