Ryan Reynolds is paying tribute to his roots.
The Canadian superstar surprised a class of Journalism students at Seneca College in Toronto by auditing their class unannounced.
He even shared the visit himself with a post on Twitter.
He wrote, “Thank you for the tour, @SenecaCollege. Wish something like this existed when I was starting out. #SenecaProud”.
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Thank you for the tour, @SenecaCollege. Wish something like this existed when I was starting out. #SenecaProud pic.twitter.com/6dSiCoFLZH
— Ryan Reynolds (@VancityReynolds) February 1, 2023
Journalism professor Bill Hutchison shared video from the visit to Facebook, showing the actor reading off a teleprompter a story about Dr. Phil. The famous talk show announced on Wednesday it would be ending its run after 21 seasons.
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The one and only Canadian legend Ryan Reynolds visited Seneca College’s Broadcast Journalism program today and as proud alumni of that very program, let me tell you how jealous I was when I saw the video.
CC: @SenecaMedia @SenecaCollege #RTV456 @VancityReynolds pic.twitter.com/ZgmWoEcEDS
— Kris Pangilinan (@KrisReports) February 2, 2023
“It’s clear retirement isn’t in the picture, for 25 years, Dr. Phil gave advice to troubled relationships…” he read before asking his co-anchor, “Are you with me here?”
“Ryan Reynolds is in the house,” an excited student shouted in the background.