Michelle Pfeiffer Honored With Walk of Fame Star
Actress next stars in 'Starlight'
The Oscar-nominated actress received her star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame on Monday, Aug. 6 in front of the Hollywood & Highland center.
At the ceremony, husband/TV show creator David E. Kelley and actors Paul Rudd, who co-stars with her in the romantic comedy "I Could Never Be Your Woman," and "Fabulous Baker Boys" co-star Jeff Bridges attended to show their support.
Pfeiffer addressed the crowd and thanked her parents for supporting her decision to pursue acting.
"[My mother] taught me that I could do anything and that I should have a career before I get married," she said. Her father, she added, "taught me that you can make something of yourself if you work hard."
Pfeiffer, 49, will next be seen as the evil witch Lamia in the fairy tale "Stardust," hitting theaters nationwide on Friday, Aug. 10. She has received Oscar nominations for her roles in "Love Field," "The Fabulous Baker Boys" and "Dangerous Liasons." Her other film highlights include "Grease 2," "Scarface," "The Witches of Eastwick," "Batman Returns," "The Age of Innocence," "Dangerous Minds," "The Deep End of the Ocean," "What Lies Beneath" and "White Oleander."