Alec Baldwin Pulls April Fools' Prank on College Students
LOS ANGELES - Alec Baldwin surprised a classroom full of students at Los Angeles' Occidental College when he appeared costumed as Abraham Lincoln, playing a substitute teacher to the surprised class on Wednesday.
In the April Fools' Day prank at the college, Baldwin went on a hilarious rant about the media and civil rights. The "30 Rock" actor shared selfies and photos with students online, including a video on WhoSay.
Baldwin even took selfie with students.
The prank is part of Chevrolet's campaign to make April Fool's Day the Best Day Ever. Among the stars who participated in the campaign were Norman Reedus of "The Walking Dead," Olivia Wilde of "House M.D." and Nikki Reed of "The Twilight Saga," among others.
Here's the video: