Famous Faces of Tam

Beth Behrs made her debut in the film “American Pie: The Book of Love.” Currently, she plays Caroline Channing  in CBS’s hit show “Two Broke Girls.” Behrs attended Tam in 2004 and participated in Tam’s Conservatory Theatre Ensemble. This photo features Behrs in her senior superlative photo for “future movie star.”

Beth Behrs made her debut in the film “American Pie: The Book of Love.” Currently, she plays Caroline Channing in CBS’s hit show “Two Broke Girls.” Behrs attended Tam in 2004 and participated in Tam’s Conservatory Theatre Ensemble. This photo features Behrs in her senior superlative photo for “future movie star.”

By Nic Mosher

It’s no secret that our school is the home of many talented, creative, and unique individuals. While every Tam student is special, there are some alumni who are so exceptional that they have gained mass recognition from the outside world. Here are a few alumni who have excelled in acting and/or music.

Mendler has starred in various movies produced by Disney, and has two singles on the Billboard Hot 100. She currently stars in the Disney Channel show “Good Luck Charlie.” She attended Tam in 2008 for her freshman year, and then transferred to Tamiscal in order to pursue her career in show-biz.

Mendler has starred in various movies produced by Disney, and has two singles on the Billboard Hot 100. She currently stars in the Disney Channel show “Good Luck Charlie.” She attended Tam in 2008 for her freshman year, and then transferred to Tamiscal in order to pursue her career in show-biz.

One of the best selling music artists of all time and ranked as the second greatest rapper of all time by MTV, Shakur sold over 75 million albums. Shakur attended Tam in 1988 for his junior year. Sadly, in 1996, he was killed in a drive-by shooting in Las Vegas. A prominent part of Tam lore, he’s featured in a painting hung in Wood Hall.

One of the best selling music artists of all time and ranked as the second greatest rapper of all time by MTV, Shakur sold over 75 million albums. Shakur attended Tam in 1988 for his junior year. Sadly, in 1996, he was killed in a drive-by shooting in Las Vegas. A prominent part of Tam lore, he’s featured in a painting hung in Wood Hall.

Beth Behrs made her debut in the film “American Pie: The Book of Love.” Currently, she plays Caroline Channing  in CBS’s hit show “Two Broke Girls.” Behrs attended Tam in 2004 and participated in Tam’s Conservatory Theatre Ensemble. This photo features Behrs in her senior superlative photo for “future movie star.”

Beth Behrs made her debut in the film “American Pie: The Book of Love.” Currently, she plays Caroline Channing in CBS’s hit show “Two Broke Girls.” Behrs attended Tam in 2004 and participated in Tam’s Conservatory Theatre Ensemble. This photo features Behrs in her senior superlative photo for “future movie star.”