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Shia LaBeouf's Caddy From The Greatest Game Ever Played Just Graduated College

Do you feel old yet?

Josh Flitter, the scene stealer in both The Greatest Game Ever Played and Nancy Drew just graduated from college on Wednesday (May 18).

A fresh graduate of the School of Visual Arts (specializing in directing and screenwriting), he walked the stage at New York's Radio City Music Hall -- and totally Blue Steeled his yearbook pic.

Growing up, Flitter worked with the likes of Shia LaBeouf, Emma Roberts, Martin Lawrence, and Robin Williams on various films, and guest-starred on episodes of TV shows like Phil of the Future and ER.

"Being a 'former child star' feels like an entire other life ago now," he told MTV News. "But I'd love nothing more than to get back there again as a young adult, and make people laugh once more."

He's currently writing a TV show called Acting Out and trying to shop the pilot around.

You can follow Flitter on Snapchat (joshflitter), Instagram, and Twitter. Be sure to check him out in Chasing Yesterday, which premieres for a week at Cinema Village in NYC starting June 3, and is available on iTunes and Amazon June 10.