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Coolest. College. Ever.
Workaholics co-creator and star Anders Holm is set to deliver the 2013 commencement address at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, the university he graduated from in 2003. (The Comedy Central star is also married to Emma Nesper Holm, a fellow alum.)
Holm tweeted about the news, simply writing, "Uh oh. #Badgers." Sounds likes things are going to get a little weird at graduation!
In a news release issued by the University, Holm, who is currently a guest star on The Mindy Project, said, "Those crazy Badgers, what are they getting themselves into."
Holm, who created the Comedy Central hit with Adam DeVine and Blake Anderson, admitted he was surprised by the invitation. "I was pretty sure I lacked the wisdom to be the commencement speaker, but after stewing over the idea for about 48 hours, I decided that if the senior class at the University of Wisconsin wants me to come speak, I'll do whatever they ask me," he explained. "I love that school."
The senior class officers picked Holm, 31, as their speaker for the spring commencement ceremonies, which will take place on May 18 and 19.