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Famous Cheerleaders

Browse this list of famous people who were once Cheerleaders. From Senators to Presidents, you'll find them all here.

George W. Bush
President George W. Bush was a Cheerleader at Phillips Academy, Andover, MA

Aaron Spelling
Aaron Spelling grew up on Dallas, Texas and was once a Cheerleader, as well as an actor. He went on to produce top rated TV series such as "Charlie's Angels", "Melrose Place", "Fantasy Island", and "Beverly Hills 90210" to name a few.

Alicia Silverstone
Alicia was a Cheerleader before her roles in "Clueless" and "Batman".

This Swedish born actress who starred in "Pocketful of Miracles," "State Fair," "Bye Bye Birdie," "Viva Las Vegas" with Elvis Presley, "Stagecoach," and "The Cincinnati Kid" was once a Cheerleader.

Calista Flockhart
Calista Flockhart of Ally McBeal fame was a high school Cheerleader in Medford, NJ.

Cybill Shepperd
Before becoming an actress, Cybill was a Cheerleader and model.

Deana Carter
Country Singer, Deana Carter, was a Cheerleader and student body President in high school.

Dwight D. Eisenhower
Dwight D. Eisenhower, our thirty-fourth President, excelled in sports including cheerleading.

Franklin D Roosevelt
Among his many other activities, our thirty-second President, was a football Cheerleader at Harvard.

Halle Berry
This model turned actress was a Cheerleader, an honor society member, editor of the school paper, and class president in high school.

Jamie Lee Curtis
Can Jamie's roles in movies such as "Halloween", "Prom Night" and "The Fog" where she is known for screaming be attributed to the fact she was once a Cheerleader?

Jimmy Stewart
Jimmy Stewart made over eighty motion pictures in his career, but before acting he was a Cheerleader.

Katie Couric
Katie is Co-anchor of NBC's Today show and an Emmy Award winner.

Madonna, a talented and controversial singer and song writer, was once a Cheerleader.

Mandy Moore
Singer and actress, Mandy Moore was a Pop Warner Cheerleader. She also plays a Cheerleader in the movie 'The Princess Diaries"

Meryl Streep
Meryl was nominated for her first Academy Award for her role in her first film "The Deer Hunter". She is also a graduate of Vassar and Yale.

Michael Douglas
Like father, like son. Michael not only resembles his dad, Kirk, but followed in his footsteps as an actor and Cheerleader.

Paula Abdul
Paula was homecoming queen, head cheerleader, and voted Most Likely To Succeed in high school. She went on to become a Laker Girl. Paula is a choreographer and singer/songwriter.

Raquel Welch
This sex symbol of the sixties is said to have once been a Cheerleader.

Reba McEntire
Well known for her Country music, Reba was barrell racer in rodeos and a Cheerleader.

Ruth Bader Ginsburg
Ruth Bader Ginsburg, a Supreme Court Justice, was a Cheerleader at James Madison High School in Brooklyn, NY.

Sally Field
Sally Field is an Academy Award winning actress, who starred in "The Flying Nun", "Norma Rae", "Mrs. Doubtfire", and "Forrest Gump".

Samuel L. Jackson
This talented actor who starred in "Pulp Fiction", "Shaft", "A Time to Kill", and "Die Hard 3" was a cheerleader.

Sandra Bullock
Sandra Bullock attended Arlington's Washington-Lee High School, where she was a cheerleader and was voted "Most Likely to Brighten Your Day". She has starred in numerous movies including "Forces of Nature", "Prince of Egypt", "Practical Magic", "Making Sandwiches", "Hope Floats", "Speed 2", "In Love and War", and "Time to Kill".

Steve Martin
This famous comedian can add Cheerleading to his many talents.

Terri Hatcher
Terri Hatcher of Lois and Clark fame, was a SF 49er's Gold Rush Cheerleader/dancer.

Thad Cochran
Thad Cochran, US Sentor from Mississippi, was a Head Cheerleader while attending the University of Mississippi.

Trent Lott
Senate Majority Leader from Mississippi, Trent Lott was a cheerleader.

Vanna White
Not surprisingly, Vanna was a Cheerleader before her success on "Wheel of Fortune".

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