[VIDEO] ‘Teen Wolf’ Cast Shares Post-Grad Advice for Class of 2012!

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It’s June! Do you know what that means? Grad-u-ation, baby! For all you grads out there, we’ve got some sweet words of advice and congratulations from our stars of “Teen Wolf.”

First up is our leading man, Tyler Posey. After some joking, he got down to the serious stuff. “Stay true to yourself, stay true to what you learned because you worked very hard,” Tyler said. “Good luck in the future because it’s a crazy world out there and I have a feeling you’re going to do very well.” Aww, thanks, Tyler!

Next up we have college grad Holland Roden. Her advice? “Have confidence in who you are and don’t be afraid to go for what you really want in life,” she said. “It was definitely hard living a double life as an actress and student, but I wouldn’t change a thing.”

Finishing up our “Teen Wolf” grad talk is Colton Haynes, who zeros in on high school graduates for his interview. He wants you to go far, but he also wants to make sure you don’t get too stressed. Graduating can be fun, but it can also be nerve-racking, no doubt. “My advice would be to just de-stress,” he said. “Enjoy that you made it through the year and get ready for college because it’s going to be an amazing experience.” He pointed out that there’s a lot to handle in high school. “So just be happy you made it through and look forward to the future.”

WATCH: Tyler Posey’s Message To The Class of 2012.

WATCH: Holland Roden’s Message To The Class of 2012.

WATCH: Colton Haynes’ Message To The Class of 2012.

Which message do you find most inspiring? Vote in the poll below, and share your favorite on your friend’s Facebook wall to help inspire your friends as well! And again…congrats grads!



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