Walken Lookalike Stalking NJ College Students Schizophrenic banned from state campuses By Rob Quinn, Newser Staff Posted Apr 7, 2011 2:22 AM CDT 6 comments Comments Tony Kadyhrob has been admitted to a psych unit in Trenton. (Police handout) (Newser) – A mentally ill man with an uncanny resemblance to actor Christopher Walken has been hospitalized after stalking students at several colleges. Tony Kadyhrob, 68, was arrested and released on bail after trying to pull a Rider College student into his car last week, reports the New York Daily News. A judge banned him from every campus in the state, but he was spotted near Princeton and the College of New Jersey this week. Kadyhrob, a paranoid schizophrenic, was sent to a mental health unit after police stopped him near Princeton. His sister says he is not a criminal, but has been plagued by mental illness for decades. His illness may explain his attraction to campuses, she says. "I heard him say to himself one time ‘Tony, you are 21 and a graduate from Princeton University,'" she tells the Daily Princetonian.