Daniel Radcliffe

Daniel Radcliffe

Young Celebrities Who Are Choosing Not to Go to College

Young celebrities face a difficult decision: is it better to pursue their careers while they’re hot or an education to ensure a future? It’s a very hard choice; the newest starlet can never know how long she will remain popular, so she has to choose between the volatile celebrity lifestyle or the more reliable college education.

Honestly, I am not sure which I would choose if I was a young star in Hollywood today. Both options are appealing for their own reasons. I mean, who wouldn’t love to get dressed up to attend movie premiers in designer clothes on a regular basis? But then again, having a college education can take you a long ways in this world.

EDUinReview has told you of many celebrities who have earned their college degree. However, many others choose not to attend college. According to the Huffington Post, here are 10 celebrities who are choosing the red carpet in favor of the school library.

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Daniel Radcliffe’s Education Background

daniel radcliffeDaniel Radcliffe was born in Hammersmith, West London on July 23, 1989. He is the only child of Marcia Gresham and Alan Radcliffe. Radcliffe knew he wanted to become an actor when he was only five years old. EDUinReview would like to take a quick look at the education history of the man who would grow up to be Harry Potter.

Radcliffe made his acting debut at only 10-years old when he starred in the BBC’s adaptation of Charles Dickens’ David Copperfield. In 2001, he made his theatrical debuts in two films: The Tailor of Panama and Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone. For most of us, the latter film is the one for which he is more well-known.

Radcliffe attended two independent schools for boys in London: Sussex House School and the City of London School. He made “A” grades in the three Advanced Level exams he took in 2006. However, since then, he has decided to take a break from education and pursue his acting career. Read the rest of this entry »

Celebrities Speak Out Against Anti-LGBTQ Bullying

celebs-speak-outLGBTQ activist and sex columnist Dan Savage launched the “It Gets Better Project” YouTube channel to collect inspirational messages for young gay, bi and questioning people who may be struggling in high school or college. The effort has gotten much attention in the light a string of gay teens died by suicide in the past weeks. The channel attracted hundreds of video messages and rapidly reached its maximum capacity.

Many other celebrities have come forward with video messages, including Neil Patrick Harris, Ellen DeGeneres, Lala and Ciara, Jason Derulo and the cast of the Broadway musical Wicked.

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