Famous professors, real & fictional

Can you name these famous real & fictional professors from the clues?
No need to type 'professor' for each answer.
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Last updated: July 2, 2016
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Real Professors
Scottish scientist who patented the first telephone
Alexander Graham Bell
British paleopathologist and presenter of 'Ice Age Giants'
Alice Roberts
US secretary of state 1997-2001
Madeleine Albright
Wrote 'I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings'
Maya Angelou
Wrote 'Ragtime', 'Billy Bathgate' and 'The March'
E. L. Doctorow
Biologist and outspokien atheist
Richard Dawkins
Theoretical physicist born in Ulm
Albert Einstein
Reductionist philosopher who wrote 'What's It Like To Be A Bat?'
Thomas Nagel
Co-creator of Multi-User Dungeon or MUD1
Richard Bartle
US Supreme Court's 112th justice
Elena Kagan
Developed the 'Big bang' theory
Stephen Hawking
Fictional Professors
Oracular avian bookend in 'Bagpuss'
Professor Yaffle
Simpsons character who'll 'make you laugh, and make you think'
Professor Frink
Character of series of books that Norman Hunt wrote over 50 years
Professor Theophilus Branestawm
He bet he could train Eliza Doolittle to pass as a duchess
Professor Henry Higgins
He did it in the library with the dagger
Professor Plum
Leader of the X-Men
Professor Charles Xavier
Goes round St Mystere solving puzzles
Professor Layton
Indiana Jones' dad
Professor Henry Jones Sr.
Sci-fi rom-com professor portrayed by both Jerry Lewis and Eddie Murphy
The Nutty Professor
Fry's great great great great grandnephew in Futurama
Hubert Farnsworth
And his rival
Wornstrom
Oldest of the professors in Pokémon named after a tree
Professor Oak
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Level 80
Jul 2, 2016
The Big Bang Theory originated way before Hawking.
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Level 69
Jul 2, 2016
You're quite right, but he still helped develop it. Hope you enjoyed the quiz x