Danny DeVito Received a Star on Hollywood Walk of Fame
After so many years being active in the industry, Danny DeVito finally got what he deserved.
The 2,445th star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame was awarded to the actor, who also celebrated his 40th anniversary in show business.
The ceremony for one of the highest honors in Tinseltown was held Thursday, in connection with the sixth-season DVD release (out Sept. 13) of “It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia,” which DeVito starred in.
John Landgraf, president and general manager of FX, the show’s network, was also in attendance as a guest speaker.
When given the time to speak to public, the Emmy and Golden Globe-winner actor joked about his latest honor.
He asked, “The question is, do I get to take this home or do we leave it here? Or do I move into this store over here, and every day I come and polish it?”
DeVito got his fame after playing the role of cab driver Louie De Palma on “Taxi” series, which ran on ABC from 1978-82. He has also produced hits like “Erin Brockovich” and “Pulp Fiction.”
We’re so proud of you, Mr. DeVito. Congrats!