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…

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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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32 Ways San Antonians Are Kicking Ass During the Coronavirus Pandemic

It looks like San Antonio may be sheltering in place for the rest of the month — if not longer — to…

By San Antonio Current Staff

The San Antonio Food Bank leading the charge to keep local families fed.
Photo Courtesy of San Antonio Food Bank
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25 Relevant Halloween Costumes San Antonians Should Consider This Year

Undecided as to what you should dress up as for Halloween this year? Fear not. With a few evergreen ideas, here are…

By San Antonio Current Staff

La Llorona
Want something spooky? Prepare to scare the shit out of everyone with your La Llorona costume.
Photo via Instagram / makeupbyanaisv
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20 Celebrities Who Went to High School in San Antonio

It's common knowledge that San Antonians take a lot of pride in where they attended high school. So, we rounded up 20…

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Shawn Michaels
Though he was born in Arizona, Shawn Michaels’ ties to SA make him the prodigal son of the Alamo City. No, not really, but we do rep him since he attended Randolph HS on base. He would later be trained by local, yet acclaimed boxing legend José Lothario.
Photo courtesy of WWE
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30 Reasons We're Glad Shea Serrano Is From San Antonio

Whether you're part of the FOH Army or see his fire tweets, you probably know and love Shea Serrano. But if you…

By San Antonio Current Staff

He pays tribute the Queen of Tejano all the time, and hypes up Latinos every chance he gets.
    Screenshot via Twitter, @SheaSerrano
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30 Reasons Why You Need to Follow Shea Serrano on Twitter

With the publication of The Rap Year Book, we've collected 25 of San Antonio native and author Shea Serrano's tweets on rap, fatherhood…

By San Antonio Current Staff

@SheaSerrano/Twitter
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