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  • way from the classroom to international acclaim.

  • Well, welcome to watch mojo dot com, and today we're counting down our picks for the top 10.

  • Successful Harvard students were in a revolutionary period and elevated by for this list.

  • We're not just focusing on those celebrities with Harvard degrees, but whose career since their academic days stand out.

  • While some graduates have become iconic figures on the worldwide stage, others left Harvard to pursue their destinies and innovate ideas.

  • I went to great schools.

  • I came out.

  • I practiced law for wall and then tried to get a job on Wall Street because I thought it was the most interesting, exciting place to go in New York City of Financial town.

  • But all of our choices are known for their success.

  • Wealth, influence, popularity, fame, power and the respect they've earned.

  • Number 10.

  • Matt Damon Having grown up here, I think I had a one way of looking at at Harvard and a kind of a townie view of school and suddenly walking through a za perspective student.

  • I just started to really take in have impressive growing up in the crimson colored town of Cambridge, Massachusetts, this eventual academy award winner focused his sights on Harvard literally and figuratively.

  • Who am I?

  • You're U.

  • S government property.

  • You are a malfunctioning $30 million weapon.

  • The future star of the Jason Bourne franchise first enrolled in 1988 and kicked off his acting career that same year with a small role in the film Mystic Pizza.

  • Mom, you want my green stuff?

  • That's called a tamale steamer.

  • It's the best part.

  • It's the shit steam.

  • Despite a promising three years on campus, he failed to earn a degree after dashing off to L.

  • A to appear in the box office bomb.

  • Geronimo, an American legend, didn't have to kill him just to get their horses.

  • No, they didn't.

  • Two decades later, Matt Damon has graduated to Hollywood immortality.

  • And in the famous words of Will Hunting You like apples?

  • Yeah, well, I got a number.

  • How do you like their man number nine?

  • Steve Balmer.

  • Most of what I learned I learned at Harvard University.

  • I thought I'd try to summarize that in about nine easy steps.

  • This 1977 magna cum laude grad was a busy guy.

  • During his Harvard era, he was a manager for the Crimson football squad spent time at both the Harvard Crimson newspaper and the Harvard Advocate magazine and was a mathematical wizard who outscored fellow student Bill Gates today N b A.

  • Fans know Steve Bomber as the overly excited owner of the Los Angeles Clippers hard core, but his 14 year tenure as the CEO of Microsoft earned him a swanky ranking on the Forbes 400.

  • His business acumen makes rivals nervous.

  • While his philanthropy makes young students smile.

  • He's Steve Balmer, the energetic billionaire.

  • If people want to do a startup and have this kind of really entrepreneurial avalanche, Thea opportunity to have the best business minds and the best technical minds is phenomenal.

  • Number eight.

  • John F.

  • Kennedy And so my fellow Americans ask not what your country can do for you.

  • Ask what you can do for your country.

  • The 35th president of the United States first walked onto the Harvard campus in the mid 19 thirties and became everyone's favorite party planner when he was put on the 1936 addition of the annual freshman smoker.

  • He also showed off his natural athleticism as a football and swim team member, but eventually he turned to more serious matters, focusing on his interest in politics and producing a thesis entitled Why England Slept, which became a best selling book.

  • I am talking about genuine peace, the kind of peace that makes life on Earth worth living, the kind that enables men and nations to grow and the hope and build a better life for their Children.

  • Decorated military service followed, and although Kennedy once seemed destined to become a journalist, the death of his older brother, Joseph, propelled him to become the family's next great politician.

  • The rest, as they say, is history.

  • Picture here that much of it get official objective you.

  • Moments ago the president of the United number seven Conan O'Brien, into the room to see what sneaked into the room.

  • Snuck isn't a work, Conan, and you went to Harvard, and you should know that with a father who was a professor of medicine at the school, this red haired underclassmen followed suit and enrolled at Harvard in 1981.

  • There he became a comedy writer for the Lampoon, and within a few years of leaving, he was one of the TV industry's most promising writer's way.

  • Were almost as unpopular than way.

  • I hear holy now we're older and uglier.

  • I seem to remember I was quite the non entity.

  • Conan was creating classic bits for Saturday Night Live during the late eighties and lead The Simpsons into Surrealism by the early nineties.

  • There's a family of possums in here I call the Big One bitey.

  • Despite a fledgling career behind the scenes, O'Brien ultimately became one of America's most beloved late night talk show hosts.

  • Whether it's his unique sketches or zany voices, Conan's combination of intellect and physical comedy makes his daily performances a treat.

  • Tow, watch, pass and passport speak Number six Al Gore.

  • I don't think there's any position with as much potential for Bring about to bring about changes the position of President United States for two minutes.

  • Well, I Well, that's an old story.

  • This Ivy Leaguer once struggled academically at Harvard, but a sudden reawakening inspired him to graduate with distinction and with an interest in environmental matters that followed him throughout his career.

  • You can see what I have seen all these years.

  • It just keeps going up.

  • It is relentless.

  • Gore shocked his fellow graduates by enlisting in the Army in 1969 to 8, his father's political career and later shocked opponents with his own swift rise to political prominence.

  • By 1992 Gore had been elected U.

  • S vice president and was instrumental in the worldwide advancement of the information superhighway.

  • But we also mean communications lines that allow us to take advantage.

  • Although Gore didn't single handedly invent the Internet, he's managed to effectively transform how a new generation perceives the world, not to mention his efforts in raising awareness on climate change.

  • I believe this is a moral issue.

  • It is your time to seize this issue.

  • It is our time to rise again to secure our future.

  • Number five.

  • Barack Obama.

  • You know what I would do if I were president?

  • Mr.

  • President, I would make same sex divorce illegal.

  • I didn't see how bad they wanted.

  • I think that's why you're not president.

  • And that's a good thing.

  • While Al Gore was innovating technology in the early nineties, this man was gaining recognition by becoming the first African American president of the Harvard Law Review.

  • I think it's really important to keep the focus on the broader world out there and see that, uh, a lot of kids of the doors that have been open to me aren't open to them.

  • Armed with a Juris doctor and his knack for vocal performance, Barack Obama gained a devoted following as an Illinois state senator and was elected as the first African American president of the United States in 2008 and the eighth president to have graduated from Harvard some 232 years after the Declaration of Independence on African American.

  • A black bat has been elected president of the United States, agree or disagree with his politics.

  • Obama's accomplishments are unprecedented, and he's a political Trailblazer of the highest order.

  • Believe in God Bless you and God bless the United States of America.

  • Number four Sumner Redstone.

  • Naturally, if you win big in business, money falls.

  • But that shouldn't be your objective.

  • Your objective should be to win as one of America's most iconic businessmen.

  • This 1944 Harvard graduates and World War two veteran coined the phrase content is king.

  • People go watch CBS.

  • They watch what's on it.

  • They watch Survivor.

  • They watched the bet Middle of show our future.

  • They watch the NFL Super Bowl.

  • After earning his bachelor of laws, also from Harvard, Redstone served as CEO of National Amusements during the sixties and invested heavily in Hollywood's elite movie studios.

  • The Finance Wiz unloaded his film stock in the early eighties and soon after became a key figure of Viacom.

  • Redstone was instrumental in turning the company into a media empire that included Paramount Pictures at a time when the company was producing successes like Forrest Gump, Braveheart and Titanic on.

  • So, as he transformed American pop culture, this modern media giant kept wheeling and dealing all the way to the bank.

  • She works, she's the CEO and you're the CEO Seo.

  • She won't even give her the CEO.

  • Jo.

  • She's your daughter, I know.

  • But that's where I control your daughter.

  • Come no, by a common CBS.

  • But certainly you want to hear a pitch, for I tell you what I know you want to give away what you have to your family.

  • Be my guest.

  • Number three.

  • Franklin Delano Roosevelt.

  • A New deal for the American people.

  • He was an experienced sailor by the age of 16 and fluent in both German and French.

  • As the editor in chief of the Harvard Crimson.

  • Franklin Delano Roosevelt watched his fifth cousin, Theodore Roosevelt, become president of the United States, and over 30 years later he would take his own oath as commander in chief.

  • FDR was elected to the presidency four times during Hitler's reign in Germany, and Roosevelt's policies shaped the world long after his final breath in 1945.

  • Though not a stellar student, Roosevelt was raised to be a leader, and he embraced the role fearlessly.

  • Let me assert my firm belief that the only thing we have to bear it's so Number two, Mark Zuckerberg.

  • There's a lot of really smart people here and there.

  • A lot of them are making decisions on where they're gonna work when they graduate in the next couple of weeks.

  • Originally a Harvard dorm room project, Facebook has become an integral part of global communication and instant connections.

  • Mark Zuckerberg never finished his Harvard education, but his ideas and astute business acumen opened the doors for a social phenomenon unlike any other.

  • People want to go on the Internet and check out their friends, so why not build a website that offers that friend's pictures profiles whatever you can visit.

  • Browse around.

  • Maybe it's someone you just met at a party, but I'm not talking about a dating site.

  • I'm talking about taking the entire social experience of college and putting it online.

  • I can't feel my legs.

  • I know I'm totally psyched about this, too.

  • As chairman and CEO of Facebook, Zuckerberg has become synonymous with a new epic in world history and has, along with fellow billionaires like Bill Gates and Warren Buffet, pledged to donate a majority of his earnings to charity.

  • A new accounts of the top 10 gifts of 2013 conducted by The Chronicle of Philanthropy, reveals that the years largest donation came from Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg and his wife, Priscilla Chan.

  • He's a seemingly accidental billionaire with a most impressive set of skills, and he's putting them to good use.

  • It doesn't really matter to some extent, with the process.

  • It matters what the people who use our service is tell us and what their feedback is, and that's what we're So that's what we're really focused on before we hand the diploma to our topic.

  • Here are a few honorable mentions, wears Harvard game over there.

  • If you can walk through that gate, you will be there.

  • So I found the gate and was able to walk through.

  • It was the beginning of a I'm very happy for you.

  • The first president to live in the White House left after about three months, but not before writing these famous words about the building may none but honest and wise men ever rule under this roof.

  • He never fought in terms of pure party politics.

  • He thought about what was right for the American people.

  • And that's a great lesson for presidents to learn.

  • You don't represent your party as much as you represent the people.

  • If you do what's right for the most people, what you thinks, right, You're gonna be a great president.

  • You can make the world fair for everyone, expect honesty from yourself and each other demands and create truly equal opportunity.

  • Every every day you've got a bunch of number one.

  • Bill Gates.

  • He and Paul Ellen really saw from the beginning that kind of potential that it had to change the lives of money, power, respect.

  • Bill Gates embodies the idea that you must pave your own path to greatness.

  • Once a dorm room geek This human dream factory made a powerful impact during his brief tenure at Harvard University, which began in 1973.

  • But he swiftly departed to realize the visionary idea that would become Microsoft, which ultimately rocked the world of computer software.

  • They saw that this was going to be an incredible force, incredible dynamic for the society and recognize the moment.