Famous people who attended boarding school 1.

Owen Wilson

Best known as a movie actor, Owen Wilson is the oldest of the three Wilson brothers, including Andrew and Luke, both of whom are also actors. Raised in Texas, Wilson was kicked out of St. Mark¶s Academy in Dallas and ultimately finished high school at the New Mexico Military Institute in Roswell, New Mexico. He went on to attend the University of Texas at Austin, where he met his friend and mentor, Wes Anderson. Wilson and Anderson have written several screenplays together, although he is better known for the big budget movies he has starred in, including You, Me and DuPree, The Wedding Crashers and Night at the Museum.

2. John F. Kennedy

While most Americans remember John F. Kennedy as our 35th president, few know that he is also the only president to ever win a Pulitzer prize. His book, Profiles in Courage, earned him that honor, in the history category. His journalism training began in childhood, thanks to top-notch schooling in the Boston area and at boarding school Choate Rosemary Hall in Wallingford, Connecticut. He later graduated from Harvard, served in the Navy and then entered politics by being elected to the U.S. House of Representatives for his home state of Massachusetts. He went on to become a Senator and then president, before being assassinated in Dallas, Texas, in 1963. During his tenure he established the Peace Corps, faced and resolved the Cuban Missile Crisis, created the Nuclear Test Ban Treaty and forged ahead with the U.S. Space program.

3. Donald Trump

The product of the New York Military Academy in Cornwall-on-Hudson, New York, real estate mogul and investor Donald Trump grew up in Queens and later attended the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania. On graduating, he joined his father¶s real estate investment company, the Trump Organization and began specializing in middle-class rental property in the metro New York Area, just like his father. After some large successes, Trump turned his attention to larger, more visible projects in Manhattan. He built his fortune based on major real estate projects, hit some tough times and was forced to file bankruptcy, but fought his way back. Today he is perhaps most associated with his TV show, The Apprentice. Source

the 41st president of the United States. He performed with the Second City crew and began earning guest spots on TV shows. 4. After graduating from Denison University in Ohio. Massachusetts. George Walker Bush.16. was commissioned into the Texas Air National Guard and then earned an MBA at Harvard Business School.A George Bush) Like his father. a private boarding school. setting the stage for his 2000 run for the presidency. the 43rd president. The 40-Year-Old Virgin. he took acting classes with Chicago¶s Second City troupe. Steve Carrell One of today¶s funniest men grew up in Concord. From there he attended Yale University. also in Concord. which led to a part in the movie version of Bewitched and his own screenplay. George Walker Bush (A.K. but his future seems to be on the big screen. He subsequently won and served two terms as president. former president Bush ran for governor of Texas and won. Massachusetts and attended Middlesex School. graduated from Phillips Academy in Andover. His breakout performance was opposite Jim Carrey in Bruce Almighty. such as Jon Stewart¶s Daily Show as a correspondent. . He has won awards for his role as Michael Scott on The Office. After helping his father become elected president.

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