Hanover honors Woody Harrelson
Thursday, April 03, 2014 11:00 AM
Hanover College, actor Woody Harrelson's alma mater, has honored him for his work on stage and screen and his advocacy work.
Harrelson received the title doctor of humane letters from Hanover College President Sue DeWine during a ceremony Saturday.
Harrelson graduated from Hanover in 1983 with a bachelor of arts in English. He soon endeared himself to television audiences by portraying dim but loveable bartender Woody Boyd on "Cheers."
Harrelson has appeared in nearly 60 movies, including "The People vs. Larry Flynt," "No Country for Old Men," "Zombieland" and "The Hunger Games." He appeared this year in the HBO series "True Detective."
He's also advocated for social justice and the environment.