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  • Suzanne Habbershaw
  • Hal Hackel
  • Delpha Hacker
  • John Hacker
  • Rebecca Haddad - Company - Glittering Diamonds, The Laramie Project, Vinegar Tom, Top Girls, Shakespeare's Women, The Most Massive Woman Wins, 27 Wagons Full of Cotton. Perfoming stand-up comedy at Women's Club of Hollywood and teaching music. 12/3/05
  • Carol Haffner
  • Karen Hagaman
  • Gene Hahme
  • Stephen Hahn
  • Richard Haimowitz
  • Gilbert H. Haimsohn
  • Marion Haines
  • George Hale
  • Joseph Haley
  • Eugenia Hall
  • Maurine Hall
  • Ruth Hall
  • Sharon Hall
  • Frank Halley
  • Sean Hallinan
  • Miriam Halperin
  • Evelyn Halpern
  • Pat Halphide
  • Janet Hamer
  • Mark Hamill - returned to the Company of GLITTERING DIAMONDS. 12/3/05
  • Frank Hamilton
  • Michael Martinez Hamilton - For Services Rendered, Regional Irene Ryan finalist, Eddie - Lost in Yonkers, Douglas - The Waiting Room, Staff - Rain, Pablo Gonzalez - A Streetcar Named Desire, Elmer Sweeney - Night of January 16th, Intern - Shakespeare Festival/LA, Wardrobe crew -Short Play Festival III, The Rivals, The Time of Your Life, Unto You
  • Wayne Hamilton
  • Gilbert Hamisohn
  • Phyllis Hammerman
  • Sara Hammerman - appeared in The Lesson
  • Greg Hammond - Company - GLITTERING DIAMONDS 12/3/05
  • Roger Hampton - past president of LACCTAA, wrote a short one act Family Man, which was staged by LACCTAA, directed Michael Cormier's musical Ah, George.
  • Davis Hanck
  • Waldo Handy
  • Johucee Hanft
  • Don Hanks
  • Parker Hanley
  • Joshua Hannaford - Love's Labour's Lost, Bert- Landscape of the Body
  • Eric Hannah
  • Sean Hannon
  • Donna Hanor
  • Otto Hansen
  • Phyllis Hansen
  • Steve Hanson
  • Thomas James Hanson
  • Torrey Hanson
  • James Hantze
  • Jessuli Haracich
  • Julie Harasta
  • Kirt Harding
  • Kay Hardman
  • Charles Hargrove
  • Irving Harkarvy
  • Hope Harmatz
  • Ginger Harmon
  • Kaye Harness
  • Jack Harpman
  • Estelle Harrie
  • Mary Lou Harrington
  • Chris (McCristol) Harris
  • Darryl Harris
  • Estelle Harris
  • Harriet Harris
  • Hazel Harper Harris
  • Jean Harris
  • Jim Harris
  • Joseph W. Harris - Wardrobe - WITHIN US
  • Robert Harris
  • Stella May Harris
  • John Harrison
  • Patricia Harrison
  • Ray Harryhausen
  • Adalyne Elyn Hart
  • Allan Hart
  • Linda Hart
  • Tammy Hart - Debbie - Coyote Woman, Love's Labour's Lost, Manifest, Carrie - After the Fall, Wardrobe Crew - Student One Acts
  • Pat Van Hartesveldt
  • Albert Hartfeld
  • Cynthia Hartline
  • Dorothy Hartnett
  • Donna Hartzell
  • Harry Harvey
  • Shriff (Abdur-Rashid) Hasan - graduated from CalArts, set up Theatre program at Tuskegee, and is now building theatre program at Grambling State University.
  • Louise Hasendahl
  • Sam Hasson
  • Charles Hastings
  • Jeffrey Hatch - Company - Sage, Marcade - Love's Labour's Lost, Peck - How I Learned to Drive, For Services Rendered, Young Man - The Sandbox, Devil - The Devil and Billy Markham, District Attorney Flint - Night of January 16th, in Julius Caesar - Shakespeare Festival/LA, Wardrobe crew -The Rivals
  • Josette Hatfield
  • Wyatt Haupt
  • Michael Hausner - Tubal - THE MERCHANT OF VENICE, Ron - RECENT TRAGIC EVENTS, Clyde Sukeforth, Fred "Dixie" Walker - NATIONAL PASTIME, General Mills - THE BRAIN FROM PLANET X, Russell - LOOSE ENDS, Assistant Stage Manager-BIG LOVE, FOH Staff-BUS STOP 011308
  • Charna Haven
  • Sindy Hawke
  • Rita Hawkins
  • Walter Hawley
  • Ken Haworth
  • George Haydel
  • Ellsworth Hayden
  • Victor Hayden
  • James Hayes
  • Lou Hayes
  • Pat Hayes
  • Leslie Haynes - completed degree at USC in family law.
  • Regina Haynes
  • Rex Haynes
  • Wil Haynes
  • Virginia Hays
  • Martin Head -  selected as  an Ovation Fellow for the LA Stage Alliance. 101509
  • Ken Heaps
  • Marna Hearst
  • Donald L. Heflin
  • Leslie Hefton
  • Beverly Heilig
  • Thomas Heisler
  • Kathy Heitala - d. 1998
  • Esther Heller
  • Les Heller
  • Lola Heller
  • Mel Helman
  • John Hemler
  • Beverly Hemsley
  • Nina Henderson
  • Gloria Hendry
  • Alvina Henkel
  • Sharon Hennagin
  • Bob Henri
  • Bill Henry
  • Mary Lou Henry
  • Dorothy Henson
  • Ruchelle Henson
  • Alex Henteloff - Company - Glittering Diamonds 12/3/05
  • Florence Herdan
  • Gordon Herigstad - appeared as the train conductor on Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman.
  • Chris Hermening
  • Armando Hernandez
  • Erica Hernandez
  • Henrietta Hernandez
  • Margo Rose Hernandez
  • Michelle Hernandez - Working with Midnight Teatro, Countess - All's Well That Ends Well, Directed - Penguin Blues, Defense Attorney Stevens - Night of January 16th, Rose - Dancing at Lughnasa, 187, Roseamund - Fair Roseamund and Her Murderer, in Unto You, costumed promotion for Ragtime, tutored for Upward Bound summer session.
  • Stephanie Hernandez
  • Jack Herrin
  • Irving Herron
  • Mark Herron
  • Benie Hershon
  • Florence Hershon
  • Jenie Hershon
  • Eugenia Herson
  • John Herzog
  • William Hesson
  • Vickory Hexter -studied in workshop with Anne Bogart and Tadashi Suzuki at LAAT
  • Dagmar Heydendahl
  • Horace Heydendahl
  • Tommy Hickey
  • Eddie Hicks
  • Bertha Hidalgo
  • Melanie Higdon
  • Camille Higgens
  • William Higgs
  • Audrie Hilburn
  • Margaret Hilkey
  • Allen Hill
  • Barbie Hill
  • Julian Hill
  • Nancy Hill
  • Rex Hill
  • Sherry Hill
  • Stephanie Hill
  • Suzanne Hill
  • Gene Hillard
  • Rennee Hillman
  • Ferdinand Hilt
  • Diana Hines
  • Paula Hirschi
  • Victor Hite
  • David Hodgson
  • Lillian Hodgson
  • Karen Hoekstra
  • Evelyn Hoffman
  • Marvin Hoffman
  • Richard Hoffman
  • George Hogg
  • Ryan Hogrefe - Buda - Zombie Attack!, Love's Labour's Lost, Male Greek Chorus - How I Learned to Drive, For Services Rendered, Scenic Artist - Marisol, Wardrobe Crew - Student  One Acts
  • Carole Hohenstein
  • Victor Holchak
  • Tom Holder
  • Bill Holland
  • Iris Holland
  • Lisa Holland
  • Mable Holland
  • Bert Hollis
  • Lisa Hollis
  • Robert Hollis
  • Edward Holmes
  • Maureen Holmes
  • Mary Alice Holmstrip
  • Donna Holsapple
  • Joan Holt
  • Bernice Holtzman
  • Neysa Holveck
  • Kenneth Hom
  • Ian Horn
  • Yvonne Hom
  • Rick Honey
  • Sarah Honor-Westlake - Costume Construction - THEATRE OF OPERATIONS, INTIMATE APPAREL, Wardrobe - MOON OVER BUFFALO, Company - GLITTERING DIAMONDS 042507
  • Jean Hood
  • Ben Hooper
  • George Hoover
  • Herb Hoover
  • John Hoover
  • Pat Hopkins
  • Brown Hoppe
  • William Hopson
  • Richard Horine
  • Ian Horn
  • Kenneth Hom
  • Yvonne Hom
  • Rosemary Horne
  • Harry Horowitz
  • Russell Horton
  • Lori Hosepian
  • Allen Hoskins
  • Mary Houston
  • Barry Howard
  • Clare Howard
  • Connie Howard
  • James Howard
  • Judy Howard
  • Katherine Howard
  • Margaret Howard
  • Mary Howe
  • Roberta Hoy
  • Betty Hoyt
  • Marine (Hryntsevich) Walton - Wardrobe Crew - THEATRE OF OPERATIONS 81607
  • Yousri Hsairi - Company - The Laramie Project, Getting Out
  • Lo Chin Huang
  • Paul Hudson
  • Betty Huff
  • Laura Huff
  • Beatrice Huguet - Company - Glittering Diamonds 12/3/05
  • Kay Hughe
  • Bill Hughes
  • Geoffrey Hughes
  • Irene Hughes
  • Myra Hughes
  • Richard Hughes
  • Helen Hull
  • Maud Ann Hull
  • Lucy Hummel
  • Barbara Humphries
  • Arlington Hunt
  • Audrey Hunt
  • Curt Hunt
  • Kathryn Hunt
  • Clair Hunter
  • Diana Hunter
  • Erica Hunter
  • Frank Hunter - Dr. - Texas University
  • Graham Hunter
  • Sandra Hunter
  • Scott Hunter
  • James Huntoon
  • Annette Hurley
  • Dorothy Hurwitz
  • Louis Hurwitz
  • Mary Husted
  • Raquel Hyden
  • Fox Hyman
  • Robert Iglauer
  • Carol Imus
  • Erika Ingersoll
  • Donna Inglima
  • Rosemary Inman
  • Elaine Ireland
  • Bill Irving
  • Anne Irwin
  • Elson Eugene Irwin - Attended LACC in the 1946-48 era when James Coburn was there, knew him and contributed to a fund which gave Coburn the opportunity to try the New York scene in the early 50's. Subsequently kept in touch with him over the years and his first wife, Beverly. Was involved in a small way with a musical "Heads I Win," an original LACC production. Acted with students Emily Kuglen, Olga Schliapin; Jerry Blunt was head of the department. Went on to Long Beach State, and is now the artistic director of SOS (Seniors On Stage) in Hemet, California and produces several large shows annually. Attended Franklin High School and knew Marni Nixon and Colleen Townsend and Joseph Bluth. Took writing classes with Richard Greene and wrote "The Dolls And Eve" for Penthouse Theater.
  • Natalie Isaacson
  • Lupe Isais
  • Doris Ivanoff
  • Barbara Ivers
  • Sanne Iversen - Love's Labour's Lost, Wardrobe Crew - All's Well That Ends Well
  • Steve Izay
  • Victor Izay

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