Zac Efron, his brother are doing a TV show together and they're giving us #siblinggoals

Dylan Efron, Zac Efron's younger brother, is as amazing as he is.

FP Staff September 16, 2016 15:14:29 IST
Zac Efron, his brother are doing a TV show together and they're giving us #siblinggoals

Zac Efron, the star of films like High School Musical and 17 Again, has a huge, huge fan following.

American Olympic gymnast Simone Biles, for example, has a life size cut-out of the actor in her room. Here's proof:

That's why we were really excited when we heard that Efron will be staring in his very own MTV show. The cherry on the cake is the fact that, his brother, Dylan Efron, will be playing co-host with him on MTV's travel and food special.

Who's Dylan Efron, you may ask? Here's the younger sibling piggyback riding on his brother.

#brothers

A photo posted by Zac Efron (@zacefron) on

Dylan Efron just finishing an Ironman marathon competition.

And no, the younger Efron is not just about the good looks.

People Magazine reported that Dylan was a member of the class of 2013 at California Polytechnic State University's San Luis Obispo campus, graduating with a Bachelor of Science degree in Economics. His senior project called "Examining the California Film and Television Tax Credit Program" is prominently featured on the school's website as "outstanding."

He is also a poet according to Zac Efron's Instagram account, he has loved rhyming verses since he was in grade 6th:

That is why we are really looking forward to seeing the siblings together in action in their new MTV show.

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