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Famous People who Studied Philosophy

Steve Allen (writer & comedian)
Woody Allen (director & comedian)
Max Baer Jr. (actor: Jethro on The Beverly Hillbillies)
William Bennett (former Drug czar & NEH leader, author)
Susan Block (radio and TV host)
Ed Broadbent (former leader of Canada's NDP)
William Jefferson Clinton (former U.S. President)
Mary Higgins Clark (mystery writer)
Philip K. Dick (science fiction writer)
David Duchovny (actor on X-FILES)
John Elway (quarterback, Denver Broncos)
Ivan Frolov (editor of PRAVDA)
Rebecca Goldstein (novelist & MacArthur prize recipient)
Harrison Ford (actor)
Don Harron (comedian, author of Anne of Gree Gables libretto)
Christy Haubegger (editor of LATINA)
Vaclav Havel (former President of Czeckoslovakia)
Peter Hoeg (author of SMILLA'S SENSE OF SNOW)
Mark Hulbert (financial columnist for FORBES magazine)
Carl Icahn (business person & corporate raider, bought TWA)
Martin Luther King, Jr. (civil rights leader)
Bruce Lee (martial arts expert & actor)
Michael Lerner (editor of TIKKUN)
Peter Lynch (director)
Paul Martin (former Canadian Prime Minister)
Steve Martin (comedian & actor)
Beverly McLachlin (Canadian Chief Justice)
Kate Millett (author of Sexual Politics)
Bob Moses (civil rights activist)
Robert Motherwell (painter)
Iris Murdoch (novelist)
Lachlan Murdoch (son of Rupert Murdoch, media magnate)
Robert Musil (Austrian novelist)
Freeman Patterson (photographer, author)
Neil Peart (drummer for rock group, RUSH)
Chaim Potok (novelist)
Pope John Paul II (vicar of Christ)
Brad Roberts (singer-songwriter for CRASH TEST DUMMIES)
Patricia Rozema (film-maker, I'VE HEARD THE MERMAIDS SINGING)
Rick Salutin (columnist for THE GLOBE AND MAIL)
Mick Schmidt (former Philadelphia Philly)
Gene Siskel (movie reviewer)
John Silber (former president of Boston University)
Susan Sontag (essayist)
George Soros (money manager, Soros Foundation)
Dave Thomas (SCTV)
Alex Trebeck (JEOPARDY)
Pierre Trudeau (former Canadian Prime Minister)
David Foster Wallace (novelist & MacArthur prize recipient)
Robert Weaver (doyen of Canadian literature)
Moses Znaimer (Owner of CITY-TV and MUCH-MUSIC)