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Matt Damon was born on October 8, 1970 in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
One of Matt's childhood best friends is fellow A-Lister Ben Affleck.
The organization aims to provide clean, safe water and sanitation to the millions around the world who lack such access.
“I couldn’t have gotten in here,” Damon said about MIT, but when he and his friend Ben Affleck were growing up in the area, “to us MIT was kind of the Man, this big impressive impersonal force.” But it became more personal to him when they were working on “Good Will Hunting.” One scene, he said, was based on a real experience his brother had on campus, when he walked by a blackboard in the hallway and, as a joke, wrote an elaborate but completely phony mathematical equation on the board.
Matt Damon, the world-renowned actor and director who rose to fame in 1997 with his portrayal of an MIT janitor and math whiz in “Good Will Hunting,” gave this year’s MIT Commencement address and quipped that this is the second time he’s had a “fake graduation” in his hometown of Cambridge.
The first time was when he participated in commencement at Harvard University even though he never graduated, having left a semester early to pursue his acting career.
“It was so cool and completely insane that no one erased it for months,” he said.
Damon mentioned an idea that has been discussed recently among physicists, that our whole universe might be a giant simulation created by some very advanced civilization.
Let’s not make it a big deal.” Dallas said of all his comings out, “Every time I tried to come out to somebody, they already knew!
People don’t care how much you know, until they know how much you care.” Punjabi also presented to President Reif the senior class gift, which set new records for both the amount raised and the level of participation: 87.7 percent of the class made contributions, he said.
"We give thanks that the universe challenges our sense of wonder and points beyond itself to greater discoveries,” said Robert Randolph, who is retiring this year as Chaplain to the Institute, in his invocation at the Commencement.
“I did grow up in the neighborhood,” he said, but being on the podium at MIT’s Commencement, he said, “let’s face it, is an honor I didn’t really earn.” Listing some of the luminaries who have occupied that spot in the past, including Nobel laureates and heads of state, he said, “and who did you get?
The guy who did the voice for a cartoon horse.” In fact, his self-deprecating humor aside, Damon is not only a respected actor with a long and impressive list of film credits, he is also the founder of a charitable organization called Water.org, dedicated to a cause very much in line with MIT’s mission to help tackle the world’s most important and challenging problems.