Stars who attended Ivy League schools

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It turns out some celebrities really do have it all. Not only are they wildly successful, rich, good-looking and talented, but a rare few have also been educated at the most elite universities in the country. Wonderwall.com is taking a look at some of the stars who have Ivy League educations on their impressive resumes… starting with birthday boy Matt Damon, who turns 47 on Oct. 8, 2017. This Hollywood hottie isn’t just a major movie star and producer (who happens to have two new films premiering in 2017: “Suburbicon” and “Downsizing”) — he’s also a former student at Harvard (which was founded in 1636 and happens to be the oldest college in America). Although Matt left before finishing his senior year, his early success on-screen is directly linked to his academic pursuits. The 1997 Oscar-winning film he co-wrote and starred in, “Good Will Hunting,” was penned for one of his playwriting classes at the prestigious university. Keep reading to see who else attended one of the eight Ivy League schools…

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It turns out some celebrities really do have it all. Not only are they wildly successful, rich, good-looking and talented, but a rare few have also been educated at the most elite universities in the country. Wonderwall.com is taking a look at some of the stars who have Ivy League educations on their impressive resumes… starting with birthday boy Matt Damon, who turns 47 on Oct. 8, 2017. This Hollywood hottie isn’t just a major movie star and producer (who happens to have two new films premiering in 2017: “Suburbicon” and “Downsizing”) — he’s also a former student at Harvard (which was founded in 1636 and happens to be the oldest college in America). Although Matt left before finishing his senior year, his early success on-screen is directly linked to his academic pursuits. The 1997 Oscar-winning film he co-wrote and starred in, “Good Will Hunting,” was penned for one of his playwriting classes at the prestigious university. Keep reading to see who else attended one of the eight Ivy League schools…

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