SASKATOON — There could be anarchy at a University of Saskatchewan graduation ceremony.
The Saskatoon-based school says actor Kim Coates, who starred in the TV series "Sons of Anarchy," will receive an honorary degree on June 6.
It's a homecoming for Coates, who earned a bachelor of arts at the University of Saskatchewan in 1981.
Since graduating, Coates has appeared in more than 100 movies and television series, including the films "Black Hawk Down" and "Pearl Harbor."
The university says it's proud to honour Coates, not only for his success on stage and screen, but also for his charity work and ongoing support for the university.
Coates says in a news release that he has great memories of his time at the U of S and is proud to be from Saskatoon.
"The time that I spent at the university opened up a whole new world of opportunity for me. I am always excited to come home, and to come home for this kind of an honour, from our beautiful university, is so exciting and I am so grateful," said Coates.
The Canadian Press