"Star Wars" and "Girls" star Adam Driver surprised a military family with much needed financial relief for their daughter who's currently in college.
As a former veteran, Driver was contacted by Budweiser to present Haley Williams with The Folds of Honor Foundation Scholarship to help her pursue her dream of becoming a nurse.
"They sent me your letter. I was in the military, too," Driver said to the surprised family in Brodheadsville, Pennsylvania. "I felt so guilty that I didn't really get to finish my service."
Haley's father -- John Williams -- was dumbfounded, saying Driver was "probably the first person that ever said, 'I understand,' who truly understood."
Driver and John were both injured right before their respective deployments. Because of his injury, John has been able to work only part time as a bus driver, so the burden of paying for school has been solely on Haley, who's been working 40 hours a week to cover the $44,000 it costs to afford her final year.
After presenting Haley with the scholarship, Driver let her in on an even better surprise.
"Budweiser and I thought that you shouldn't have to worry about school, so Budweiser is going to be covering all your remaining school expenses for the rest of next year."
The Folds of Honor Foundation provides scholarships for families of fallen and injured soldiers.