Actor, writer, philanthropist, and 35-year-old Stern Show regular Seth Rogen has joined a fraternity.
He became an honorary member of Pi Kappa Alpha's University of Vermont chapter on Monday, tweeting about the experience later that day. "I joined a Fraternity today and it was amazing. Proud to be a Pike," he wrote.
The fraternity even uploaded a photo of Seth and his new brothers (look for him in the third row, slightly left of center):
Introducing our newest member of the Fraternity: Brother Seth Rogen (Vermont, Lambda Delta '17). φφκα pic.twitter.com/9w73uyjNbT— Pi Kappa Alpha (@PiKappaAlpha) April 17, 2017
While Seth famously battled Zac Efron's frat in the 2014 comedy "Neighbors," the actor has a good reason for embracing one in real life—the Pi Kappa Alpha brothers raised $32,000 for Hilarity for Charity, according to reports, an Alzheimer's research foundation founded by Seth and his wife, Lauren Miller Rogen.