MÖTLEY CRÜE are among the entertainers in motion pictures, television, radio, live theater, and recording that have been selected to receive stars on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, it was announced Friday (June 24) by Johnny Grant, chairman of the Walk of Fame Committee of the Hollywood Chamber of Commerce. These individuals were chosen from among hundreds of nominations to the committee at a meeting held June 20, and ratified by the Chamber's Board of Directors.
The list of 2006 honorees also includes Steve Martin, Charlize Theron, Annette Bening, Matthew Broderick, Holly Hunter, William Hurt and Nathan Lane.
In the TV category, Ray Romano and Vanna White will get stars — along with "Deadwood" creator-producer David Milch and "Judge Judy" star Judith Sheindlin.
Record producer Lou Adler will get a star, along with recording artists Alejandro Fernandez and Isaac Hayes.
"Each name on this list will bring much happiness to our residents and tourists from around the world. Their installation ceremonies and permanent memorializing on the Walk of Fame will generate excitement for all visiting this iconic landmark," stated Grant.
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