Which Ivy League school did these celebrities attend?

A collage of Ivy League-educated celebrities.
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Consider this a college exam you don't have to stress over.

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Emma Watson attends the UK premiere of 'Noah'
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Emma Watson:

The "Harry Potter" alum was born in Paris and moved to England when she was 5. After spending much of her adolescence on the big screen, she split her academics between Brown University in Rhode Island and Britain's Oxford University, but ended up with an English literature degree from Brown in 2014.

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Soul singer John Legend.
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John Legend:

The Springfield, Ohio-born soul singer – born John Roger Stephens – has won nine Grammys, one Golden Globe and one Oscar. But he still found time to attend the University of Pennsylvania, graduating in 1999 with a degree in English, emphasizing African-American literature.

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Academy Award winning actress Natalie Portman
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Natalie Portman:

The Academy Award-winning actress, director and producer was born in Israel, raised in the U.S. and now lives in Paris. She graduated from Harvard with a degree in psychology in 2003. She will next star in the French ghost film “Planetarium" alongside Lily Rose Depp, daughter of actor Johnny Depp.

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Actress Lupita Nyong'o
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Lupita Nyong'o:

The Mexico-born, Kenya-raised actress completed her master's degree in acting from the Yale School of Drama in 2012. A year later, she appeared in "12 Years a Slave," a film that would earn her an Academy Award. In 2014, she was named People's "Most Beautiful Woman." Quite a resume!

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Academy Award-nominated actor James Franco.
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James Franco:

This actor/academic, in addition to his performances in "127 Hours" and "Freaks and Geeks," is a regular on the higher ed scene. Born in Palo Alto, Calif., Franco graduated from UCLA with a bachelor's in English, and went on to Columbia for grad school, where he received his MFA in 2010. He's now a PhD student in English at Yale.

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Comedic actress Ellie Kemper
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Ellie Kemper:

The Kansas City-born comedienne, best known for her role as Erin in "The Office," graduated from Princeton in 2002 with a degree in English. While on campus, she explored comedy, joining a musical comedy troupe called the Princeton Triangle Club. She now stars in the Netflix series "Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt."

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"The Office" star John Krasinski.
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John Krasinski:

Ellie Kemper's fellow "Office" mate has had an impressive career after his sitcom run. He wrote and directed a film that was nominated for a Sundance FIlm Festival prize. Born in Newton, Mass., Krasinski graduated from Brown University in 2001. He started out as an English major, but then switched to theater.

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Actress Mindy Kaling
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Mindy Kaling:

It's an "Office" Ivy League trifecta! The comedic actress, writer and producer portrayed everyone's favorite annoying co-worker, Kelly Kapoor, in "The Office." But a decade earlier, she was studying playwriting at Dartmouth, where she graduated in 2001.

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Actor Edward Norton
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Edward Norton:

Before being nominated twice for an Oscar, the Boston-born actor received a bachelor's in history from Yale in 1991. His classmates included actors Paul Giamatti and Ron Livingston. The star of "Fight Club" and "The Incredible Hulk" has appeared in about 30 films since 1996.

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Actress Julie Bowen
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Julie Bowen:

This Baltimore-born beauty has been nominated five times for an Emmy Award for her role as Claire Dunphy in "Modern Family." While attending Brown, she had roles in stage productions of "Guys and Dolls," "Stage Door" and "Lemon Sky." She graduated in 1991 with a degree in Italian Renaissance studies.

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A collage of Ivy League-educated celebrities.
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Photo: Shutterstock, Wikimedia Commons