Steve Guttenberg Walk Of Fame

December 12, 2011 by staff 

Steve Guttenberg Walk Of Fame, Actor Steve Guttenberg is set to receive a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame on Monday, December 12. The ceremony is taking place in front of the Hollywood Police Activities League office in honor of Guttenberg’s starring role in four “Police Academy” films from 1984 to 1987. Guttenberg, 53, played the role of Cadet Carey Mahoney.

The actor is being honored with the 2,455th star. Comedian Jon Lovitz and Tom Sherak, the president of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, are expected to speak at the ceremony.

Guttenberg started his on-screen acting career in 1977 with appearances in the thriller “Rollercoaster” and the made-for-television movie “Something for Joey.” He has appeared in more than 50 films.

Aside from the “Police Academy” films, Guttenberg is best known for movies such as “3 Men and a Baby” and its sequel, “3 Men and a Little Lady,” “Diner” and “Cocoon” and its sequel, “Cocoon: The Return.” He was one of several 1980s film icons who had a cameo in Michael Jackson’s 1989 music video “Liberian Girl.”

Guttenberg also played a shy, American cancer survivor who pretends to be a biker heartthrob from New Zealand in the 1990 romantic comedy “The Boyfriend School,” which was also called “Don’t Tell Her It’s Me.” The movie also features Shelley Long and Jami Gertz.

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