Chris Pratt's career year is continuing in 2015. On Wednesday (Jan 14th), the 35-year-old actor was named Man of the Year by Harvard's Hasty Pudding, only a week after his 'Parks and Recreation' co-star Amy Poehler as named their 2015 Woman of the year.

Chris Pratt
Pratt has been named Man of the Year by Harvard's Hasty Pudding

Pratt, who plays Andy Dwyer on the NBC sitcom, had a breakout year after starring in the hugely successful Marvel flick 'Guardians of the Galaxy,' voicing the main character in 'The Lego Movie' and he will next appear in Universal's 'Jurassic World,' which is set to hit theatres in June.

"The Pudding is excited to honor a performer who became a bona fide Hollywood heavyweight in the past year, going from lovable supporting roles to headlining two of the highest grossing blockbusters of the year," America's oldest theatre group, an undergraduate drama society, which dates back to the late 18th century, said in a press release on Wednesday.

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Upon hearing the exciting news, Pratt quickly took to Twitter to shares his thoughts on receiving the award. "I still can't believe Harvard University has awarded me the Hasty Pudding Man of the Year Degree in Medicine," he tweeted.

Jason Hellerstein, the 2015 President of the Hasty Pudding Theatricals, also commented, "We vehemently deny that the members of the Hasty Pudding Theatricals are obsessed with Parks & Recreation. There is absolutely no basis to the rumors of ritualistic weekly viewings of the show at the Hasty Pudding Clubhouse...Joking aside, Chris Pratt's recent achievements as an actor are outstanding and we could not be more thrilled to host him and celebrate his talent as only the Pudding can."

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Pratt and Poehler will be presented with the awards during this year's Hasty Pudding awards ceremony on Feb. 6th.