Famous Hasty Pudding Club Members
List of Famous Hasty Pudding Club and Hasty Pudding Theatricals Members ranked by fame and popularity. The Hasty Pudding Club was formed at Harvard University in 1795. The group spawned the performance group The Hasty Pudding Theatricals in 1844. Through the years, Harvard's Hasty Pudding organizations have hosted many talented and influential members. Enjoy this list of famous Hasty Pudding Club and Hasty Pudding Theatricals members.
Who are some of the most famous members of the Hasty Pudding groups? Presidents John F. Kennedy and Franklin D. Roosevelt were members of both the Hasty Pudding Club as well as the Theatricals. FDR was treasurer of the Theatricals and performed as a chorus girl in a performance of “Catnippers.” Other famous politicians that were members of Harvard's prestigious Hasty Pudding Club include John Adams and Theodore Roosevelt.
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Comedic actors and “The Office” veterans B.J. Novak and Rashida Jones both were involved with the Hasty Pudding organizations. Jones, who is the daughter of the musician Quincy Jones, co-composed the score for a performance back in 1997. Funny man Jack Lemmon and former “Daily Show” correspondent Mo Rocca were both involved with the Hasty Pudding Theatricals.