Bruce Beck (born 1956), television sports broadcaster for multiple televised programs and events including World Series, Stanley Cup Finals, Super Bowls, NBA Finals, US Open Golf Championship, and Olympics, New York Giants football pre-season reporter, host of Rutgers University basketball and football.
Joan Geraldine Bennett (1910-1990), owned a home on Chase Road North, stage, film and television actress, appeared in more than 70 films including many silent movies, played character Elizabeth Collins Stoddard on the television show Dark Shadows and Madame Blanc in the horror film Suspiria, Emmy and Saturn Award nominee.
Aaron Brown (born 1948), once lived in Scarsdale, news broadcaster, known for his coverage of the September 11, 2001 false-flag attacks, former professor at Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication at Arizona State University.
Dorothy Dalton (1893-1972) died at her Scarsdale home, stage and silent film actress, vaudevillian, appeared in numerous early films, co-starred with Rudolph Valentino and Tyrone Power Sr., and has her own star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
Joseph “Joey Dee” DiNapoli (born 1935), caporegime or captain and Ruling Committee/Panel member of the Lucchese crime family, indicted for racketeering, gambling, loansharking, gun trafficking, and extortion.
Lisa Donovan (born 1980), grew up in Scarsdale, actress, YouTube celebrity, and entrepreneur, co-founder of Maker Studios, a company providing YouTube video production and marketing services, founder of Zappin Productions, a production company specializing in viral YouTube videos.
Jimmy Fink (born?), New York City area radio personality, producer, writer, bakery and restaurant owner, freelance marketer, and named “Best Radio Personality” 2008 and 2010 by readers and editors of Westchester Magazine.
Judy Garland (born Frances Ethel Gumm 1922-1969), lived on Cornell Street, singer, actress, and vaudevillian, The American Film Institute named her eighth among the Greatest female stars of Golden Age Hollywood cinema, subject of multiple biographies, winner of the Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award in 1997, Grammy Hall of Fame inductee, and twice honored on U.S. postage stamps.
William R. Glendon (c. 1920-2008), former major of Scarsdale, First Amendment attorney, represented The Washington Post in the Pentagon Papers case, navy communications officer earning five battle stars for his participation in the amphibious invasions of North Africa, Italy, and the Normandy Landings.
Robert Philip Hanssen (born 1944), used to live in Scarsdale, his children attended Immaculate Heart of Mary School, Soviet and Russian spy while working as an FBI agent, currently in prison serving 15 consecutive life sentences, the damage his spying caused has been described as “possibly the worst intelligence disaster in U.S. history.”
Cabot Lyford (1925 – 2016), sculptor, worked mostly in wood and black granite; pieces found within public parks, museums, and schools throughout Maine and the US.
Eric Mindich (born 1967), raised in Scarsdale, hedge fund manager.
Benjamin “Bugsy” Siegel (1906-1947), teenage thief, armed robber, rapist, and murderer, eventual Jewish mobster, hitman, muscle, Prohibition bootlegger, gambling entrepreneur, co-founder and leader of Murder, Inc., one of the most “infamous and feared gangsters of his day,” and owned a house in Scarsdale.
Lauren Spierer (born 1991), grew up in Scarsdale, Indiana University student, presumed dead after she disappeared on June 3, 2011, her disappearance gained national press coverage and remains unsolved.
Bob Wilber (born 1928), grew up in Scarsdale, jazz clarinetist, saxophonist, bandleader, and author, traditional jazz advocate, formed The Scarsdale Jazz band, played with Bobby Hackett, Benny Goodman, Sidney Bechet, Jack Teagarden, Eddie Condon, and other notables, original member of the World’s Greatest Jazz Band, Soprano Summit band member, formed the Bechet Legacy Band, director of the Smithsonian Jazz Repertory Ensemble, wrote music for films.
George Zimmer (born 1948), Zimmer attended primary school in Scarsdale, entrepreneur, widely known as the founder and former spokesman of the Men’s Wearhouse, a men’s clothing retailer.