International education and travel related links, photos, quotes and pieces of interest.
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People Who Studied Abroad #336:
Carrie Fisher, actor
She studied at the Central School of Speech and Drama in London, England for 18 months, starting in 1973.
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People Who Studied Abroad #325:
Julie Christie, actor
India (then part of the British Empire)
She was sent by her parents to a series of schools in England, including Convent of Our Lady school in St. Leonards-on-Sea and Wycombe Court School in High Wycombe. She studied French and Italian in Paris for a while and considered becoming a linguist, but then returned to England in 1957 to study at the Central School of Speech and Drama.
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People Who Studied Abroad #156:
Kathleen Turner, actor
Lived in Canada, Venezuela, England and Cuba while her father was a U.S. diplomat in those countries. She graduated from the American School in London and also took classes at the Central School of Speech and Drama (United Kingdom).
[thanks to qbqrat for the tip!]
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People Who Studied Abroad #133:
Gael García Bernal, actor
He was the first person from Mexico to be admitted to the Central School of Speech and Drama in London (United Kingdom), where he studied acting. He has described his time in London as “life forming”.