Russell Crowe gets Hollywood Star on Walk of Fame
Russell Crowe isn’t one of those stars that is always in the tabloids, but he is in several movies a year. While he is gearing up for the release of “Robin Hood,” he is also receiving some recognition for his body of work that has entertained audiences for years. From his amazing role as a schizophrenic in “A Beautiful Mind,” to the heart-wrenching hero tale of “Cinderella Man,” he has become a steady actor that never fails to deliver. It seems that finally Hollywood has taken notice of him and has honored him with a Hollywood Star on the Walk of Fame.
According to MyFoxLa.com, he received the 2,404th star today, a month before “Robin Hood” is set to release…talk about good timing for promotion. Some Hollywood celebrities who came out to honor him was “Tonight Show” host Jay Leno and director Ron Howard who directed his performances in “A Beautiful Mind” and “Cinderella Man.” They report that at the ceremony he said, “I’d like to thank the academy, I’d like to thank Jay Leno. I’m going to be on Jay’s show tonight, too, so it’s probably good that he turned up today.” He ended on a high note thanking the ones who deserve it most, “but most importantly in front of my beautiful wife, Danielle, and my sons Charie and Tennyson.”
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