Ben from Friends has graduated university

Prepare to feel old.

Cole Sprouse, who played Ross’ son Ben in Friends, has graduated from university.

But what happened to the trick-playing nipper we used to know?

Ben from Friends has graduated university

Dylan is one half of the Sprouse twins who are also know for the Disney Channel’s The Suite Life of Zack & Cody.

Ben from Friends has graduated university

Last week they both graduated with honours from the Gallatin School of Individualized Study, New York.

Cole may have been inspired by his on-screen dad Ross as he majored in archaeology while his brother Dylan studied video game design.

The twins made their big-screen debut in Big Daddy opposite Adam Sandler as a seven-year-old boy called Julian and by the end of the 2000s they were considered the richest teenage twins in the world.

They grow up so fast!

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