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You might recognize the shirt Robert Redford wore at Sundance

Robert Redford worked at "The Sink" in 1955.
Founder of the Sundance Institute, Robert Redford, attends the opening day press conference to kick-off the 2018 Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah on January 18, 2018

Robert Redford might be Hollywood royalty, but if the shirt he wore at Sundance Thursday is any indication, he hasn’t forgotten where he came from.

During the opening of the Sundance film festival, the 81-year-old wore a long-sleeved t-shirt from The Sink, a very famous Boulder restaurant.

Redford attended CU Boulder for a year and a half, and was a janitor at The Sink in 1955 – which is probably why he’s wearing the shirt.

Redford bought the land that’s now Sundance Mountain Resort in 1969 and is the founder of the Sundance Institute.

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During the opening day press conference for the Sundance Film Festival in Park City Utah, he talked about the #MeToo movement (among other things), saying “change is inevitable … I think the role for men right now is to listen.”

The Sundance Film Festival runs through Jan. 28.

And, if you want to see different angles of Robert Redford wearing a shirt from “The Sink,” click through the photo gallery below: