Entertainment NYC celebrity yearbook photos By Meghan Giannotta and amNY.com staff firstname.lastname@example.org Updated June 26, 2017 3:43 PM Print Share fbShare Tweet Email Would you recognize Carole King in her 1958 yearbook photo? We traced these celebrities all the way back to their New York City high schools to get a glimpse into their pasts. See how many look familiar, but go easy on them. No one is really a fan of their yearbook photo. Woody Allen Photo Credit: Midwood High; Getty Images Brooklyn's Midwood High School educated the city's top director, Woody Allen, who went on to work on "Annie Hall," "Crimes and Misdemeanors," and other classic films. Allen received his diploma in 1953. Barbra Streisand Photo Credit: Erasmus Hall High School; Getty Images A Williamsburg native, legendary singer Barbra Streisand graduated from Erasmus Hall High School in Flatbush in 1959. Carole King Photo Credit: James Madison High / Getty Images You know her as Carole King, singer of "It's Too Late" and the "Gilmore Girls" theme song. James Madison High's class of 1958 knew her as Carole King, a talented Brooklyn high school senior. It was only a few short years later that she wrote The Shirelles' top Billboard hit, "Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow." Ruth Bader Ginsburg Photo Credit: James Madison High School/ Getty Images Ruth Bader Ginsburg graduated from James Madison High in Brooklyn -- the same school as Carole King, Bernie Sanders and Chuck Schumer, among other famous names. The "notorious" Supreme Court Justice, class of '50, was added as a Wall of Distinction honoree at the school in 2001. Martin Landau Photo Credit: James Madison High School; Getty Images Oscar-winning actor Martin Landau ("Ed Wood," 1995) started his career as a 17-year-old cartoonist at the New York Daily News. He graduated Brooklyn's James Madison High School with the class of 1946. Landau died on July 15, 2017, at age 89. Judith Blum aka Judge Judy Photo Credit: James Madison HS Judith Blum was a class president at James Madison High School in Brooklyn. The 1960 graduate, now known as Judy Judy, still likes to take charge. Victor Williams Photo Credit: Midwood High School; Getty Images Although actor Victor Williams graduated from Midwood High School in Brooklyn in 1988, he made his name -- fictionally -- in another borough. He has more than 40 acting credits, but none more famous than his role of Deacon Palmer on "The King of Queens" from 1998-2007. Bernie Sanders Photo Credit: James Madison HS; Getty Images/Taylor Hill Bernie Sanders, a 1959 graduate of James Madison High School in Brooklyn, was captain of the track and cross country teams, while also serving as a "Highway Reporter." He's now a United States senator representing Vermont. Didi Conn Photo Credit: Midwood High School; Getty Archive Photos Didi Conn, right, next to Olivia Newton-John, graduated from Brooklyn's Midwood High School with the class of 1969 as Edith Bernstein. But, she'll always be known for a different high school moniker. Conn was immortalized as Frenchy, the "Beauty School Dropout" of the "Pink Ladies," in 1978's "Grease." By Meghan Giannotta and amNY.com staff email@example.com Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Comments We're revamping our Comments section. Learn more and share your input.