The Emmy winner caught up with "so many old friends" last week at his high school reunion

By Lindsay Kimble
December 01, 2015 11:40 AM
Matt LeBlanc/Facebook

Matt LeBlanc has come a long way since graduating high school 30 years ago, but he’s happy to reconnect with his old Friends.

The actor and Boston native attended the Newton North High School 30th reunion last week, documenting the return to his old stomping grounds on social media.

“High school reunion tonight. Yikes. Should be a blast to see everyone. I hope,” the Episodes star tweeted on Friday before the festivities.

“30 years. I’m 1000 years old,” he added.

The 48-year-old landed his iconic role as Joey Tribbiani on the long-running sitcom Friends only nine years after graduating from NNHS.

“Ok, to everyone who’s asked ‘how I’m doin?’ I’m doing good,” LeBlanc tweeted, playing off Joey’s famous catchphrase. “Thanks for asking.”

LeBlanc also posed for a giant group selfie with some of his classmates and dubbed the evening “so fun.”

The star had a sense of humor about the trip down memory lane, even making goofy faces while he took a selfie.

“Had a blast,” he wrote on Facebook the next day, sharing even more images. “Great to see so many old friends. No pun intended. Hahaha.”