As the November presidential election hits the home stretch, a prominent nonpartisan group that aims to increase voter turnout among young Americans has enlisted Tony Hawk.
The 44-year-old skate legend appears in a 60-second clip posted last week by Rock the Vote, which has recruited an A-list cache of celebrities for its #WeWill campaign.
"Rock the Vote is running the largest nonpartisan voter registration drive this election with the goal of registering 1.5 million individuals," VP of Marketing and Communications Chrissy Faessen told ESPN.com. "We are thrilled to have Tony part of these efforts to engage his fans in the process and ensure they are registered and voting on November 6th."
Bookended by Miranda Cosgrove's opener and Miley Cyrus's sign-off, Hawk's quick one-liner -- "We will vote" -- joins a clip featuring Neil Patrick Harris, Eric Stonestreet and Jesse Tyler Ferguson of "Modern Family," and members of the cast of "Glee," among many others.
According to its website, Rock the Vote has registered more than five million young people to vote since it was founded 21 years ago.
Meanwhile, Hawk remains arguably one of the busiest athletes on the planet. In addition to his visit to Sony Studios last month to tape the #WeWill clip, he's been promoting Tony Hawk's Pro Skater HD video game, fundraising for his foundation that helps build skateparks in underprivileged neighborhoods, attending screening Q&A sessions for the touring Bones Brigade documentary, and filming another doubles clip with Andy MacDonald.