He graduated with a social studies degree in 1985 before going on to the prestigious Royal Academy of Dramatic Art.
He served as president of the Harvard Lampoon and began writing for “Not Necessarily the News,” a sketch comedy series until he graduated in 1985.
After being voted ‘most likely to succeed’ in high school, she went to the ivy league school and became a part of Hasty Pudding Theatricals during her time there.
Just like Jones, Lemmon was also a part of Hasty Pudding Club, only it was in 1947.He was actually the president, and then went on to star in some great movies like “Some Like it Hot” and “The Odd Couple.”
He didn’t graduate,but he almost did. He studied from 1988-1992 and left when he had just 12 credits to go.
Although she got her undergrad at the University of Kentucky, she graduated from Harvard’s mid career master’s program for public administration in 2010.
Tommy Lee Jones
Jones graduated cum laude with a degree in English in 1969 after traveling from Texas on a need-based scholarship. He played football as an offensive tackle.
The ‘3rd Rock From the Sun’ star graduated in 1967 with degrees in literature and history.
She took a break from acting to earn her ivy-league degree in psychology, and graduated in 2003. She told a New York Post reporter, “ I don’t care if college ruins my career.”
Banks attended Harvard Business School, but she didn’t get a degree because she was part of a special syllabus program called the “Owner/President Management Program,” which is certificate-based.