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Matthew McConaughey began teaching classes at his alma mater, UT-Austin. Getty Images

While responding to a neighborhood disturbance call, police arrested a Pennsylvania man who falsely identified himself as a well-known movie star, according to a police report.

A witness reported a suspicious man walking around ringing doorbells in the Georges Township, Fayette County neighborhood on Saturday, according to a police report obtained by WTAE. Police arrested the suspect after they discovered him inside a resident’s car.

The man initially refused to provide identification. When asked, he repeatedly claimed he was actor Matthew McConaughey, according to the police report. Authorities later identified the man as 46-year-old Troy Miller.

Miller faces several charges including false identification to law enforcement authorities, loitering and prowling at night and attempted theft of a motor vehicle.

Meanwhile, if you're wondering what the real McConaughey is doing these days, the "Dazed and Confused" actors has injected his voiceover talents into television commercials for Wild Turkey Bourbon and fast food chain Carl’s Jr.

"It’s time to answer the call," the Texas native can be heard saying during a sandwich ad. "The oozing drips and the smacking lips — the snizzle-dizzle, piggedy-wiggedy buckwild beef, bustin’ straight outta the gate, showin’ it’s teeth like a flavor stampede! Crispety rings, whoa, whoa!"

"Takin’ it S-L-O with the Western Bacon Cheeseburger. That’s the call of Carl’s" he added.

McConaughey was not named the "official spokesperson" of the restaurant, according to a press release by Carl’s Jr. However, the 48-year-old actor’s voice will play a "major role" in the company’s radio campaign, Ad Age reported.