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Colleges of the Rich & Famous - Where Celeb Kids Go to School

So where do the kids of the rich and famous go to college? By the look at this list, they’re going to some pretty prestigious institutes of higher learning. Yale, Brown, and USC are just a few of the places these kids of Hollywood’s movers and shakers are enrolled at. Check out where they’re going right here!

(above – Susan Sarandon and son Jack Robbins)

Jack Nicholson:
Jack’s daughter 20-year-old Lorraine Nicholson attends Brown University. And she may be following in her dad’s footsteps she had roles in Click, The Princess Diaries 2: Royal Engagement and Something’s Gotta Give.

Bill Murray:
Luke Murray, Bill Murray’s son is currently a graduate assistant and is studying Educational psychology at the University of Arizona and in his spare time he seems to live and breath college basketball.

Stephen Spielberg:
His adopted son Theo is currently enrolled at Yale where he is a senior. He has an interest in “music, comparative literature and journalism.

His daughter Sasha is enrolled at Brown and in her spare time she does some acting. She has appeared in The Love Letter, The Terminal, and Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull.

Denzel Washington:
Denzel’s daughter Katia is going to Yale and is a senior and his son Malcolm goes to the University of Pennsylvania Arts and Sciences College and plays for the school’s basketball team.

Bruce Willis and Demi Moore:
Their middle daughter Scout is a freshman at Brown University in Rhode Island.

Michael Jordan:
Son Marcus is shooting baskets just like dear old dad. When you have the genes, ya gotta use them! Marcus goes to The University of Central Florida and of course is a star on the basketball team there.

Susan Sarandon and Tim Robbins:
Tim and Susan’s son Jack Robbins also wants to get into the family business…films. Jack in a film student at USC.

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