Hank Azaria Breaks Out 'Simpsons' Voices in Tufts Commencement Speech

Hank_Azaria_Commencement_Speech - H 2016

Hank_Azaria_Commencement_Speech - H 2016

Chief Wiggum, Moe the Bartender, Apu and, of course, Comic Book Guy made voice appearances.

The Tufts University Class of 2016 got a special treat when numerous characters from The Simpsons showed up to wish them well in their future endeavors. Of course, the voices all came from one person -- Hank Azaria.

The actor broke out some Chief Wiggum, Moe the Bartender, Apu and, of course, Comic Book Guy. 

"Kids, you didn't hear this from me, but if a cop even thinks that you're going to throw up in their backseat, they will immediately let you go," Wiggum told the students. "No crime is worth having to clean yak out of a seat-belt hole."

The 52-year-old actor, who has appeared on stage, film and TV, is also a Tufts alum. 

"I didn't have the benefit of a fancy, highfalutin education. I went to B.U.," Moe the Bartender said. 

Of course, Azaria did have meaningful comments for the students, once some silliness was out of the way. 

The Simpsons will begin its 28th season this fall.