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1944 Acalanes High School Yearbook
1949 Acalanes High School Yearbook
1950 Acalanes High School Yearbook
Peter Hayes Class of 1994
Musician (from Wikipedia)
Peter Hayes is a founding and current member of the internationally acclaimed rock and roll trio, Black Rebel Motorcycle Club.
Prior to founding BRMC, Hayes played guitar and bass for the neo-psychedelic rock band, The Brian Jonestown Massacre circa 1998. Examples of his playing can be heard on the group's Give It Back! album.
Hayes also appears as a highly visible, yet quiet musician in the 2004 movie documentary DiG! as an active touring member of The Brian Jonestown Massacre. The film also documents the befriended band The Dandy Warhols.
Peter Hayes is known for his amiable personality and good heart towards his fans, often milling around before and after shows, taking the time out to greet his fans, play songs and sign autographs.
Will Forte Class of 1988
Will Forte is entering his seventh season on “Saturday Night Live.”
His history on SNL has produced many memorable sketches. He’s created lasting characters in “The Falconer” - the once-successful executive who’s mysteriously chosen to live in the woods with his faithful falcon, Donald - and the (very) soft-spoken politician, Tim Calhoun, as well as the creepily naďve office worker, Neil, whose ventures outside of work with colleague Jean (Kristen Wiig) quickly turn perverse. Forte has also brought life to “MacGruber” the resourceful albeit distractable man who can disarm a bomb with just about anything.
Most recently Forte had a cameo in the hit comedy “Baby Mama” with Tina Fey and Amy Poehler. Forte wrote and starred in the feature “The Brothers Solomon,” opposite Will Arnett and “SNL” castmate Kristen Wiig. His other credits include Broken Lizard’s “Beerfest” and the upcoming “Brief Interviews with Hideous Men” written for the screen and directed by “The Office’s” John Krasinski.
Forte recently had a memorable guest starring roles on the hit comedy “How I Met Your Mother,” NBC’s award-winning “30 Rock” as well as a guest starring role on “Flight of the Conchords.”
Forte came to “SNL” from L.A.’s improv-sketch theater “The Groundlings” where countless “SNL” alums got their start. Forte’s experience has been predominantly behind the camera - serving as producer on “That 70’s Show” and as story editor for “3rd Rock from the Sun” and “Action,” as well as working as a writer for “Late Show with David Letterman” and the MTV Movie Awards.
Forte currently divides his time between New York & L.A.
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