A: There are more than 2,700 stars on the Walk of Fame.
A: The Walk of Fame is located on Hollywood Blvd from Gower to La Brea and on Vine Street from Sunset to Yucca.
A: Anyone, including a fan, can nominate a celebrity as long as the celebrity or his/her management is in agreement with the nomination. If there is no letter of agreement included from the celebrity or his/her representative, the committee will not accept the application.
A: There is a $50,000 sponsorship fee upon selection. The fee is used to pay for the creation and installation of the star, as well as maintenance of the Walk of Fame. Price subject to change.
A: Yes. One posthumous award may be given each year.
A: No. A posthumous nomination has a two year waiting period.
A: Yes. There is a two year waiting period after death.
A: No. The categories do not change and the nominee must be or have been active in the field of entertainment.
A: The recipient has up to two years to schedule their ceremony. If it is not done within the two-year period, it will expire and an application must be resubmitted.
A: The committee does not accept signatures, phone calls, e- mails, or any form of petitions for a nomination. Only official Walk of Fame applications are accepted.
A: Each of the six categories is represented by Walk of Famers with expertise in that field.
A: Stars are voted in once a year in June. An average of 30 stars are selected per year.
A: Yes, there is a $250 application fee per submission every two years.
A: The application is effective for two years. If, after two years, the nominee is still not selected, the applicant can file a new application or send a letter requesting that the application be reinstated. Updates on the recipients are accepted and included in their file.
A: The Committee meets once a year, in June.
A: The Walk of Fame is 12 miles from LAX. It takes between 1/2 hour to 1 hour by car.
A: Walk of Fame ceremonies are open and free to the public. There is a public viewing area set up for all to enjoy, subject to City restrictions. Please be aware that ceremony dates are subject to change. Call the Walk of Fame information line (323-469-8311) or check our website www.walkoffame.com for verification.
A: The committee receives between 200-300 applications per year.
A: So that people walking either direction can see the stars easily.
A: Terrazzo and brass.
A: There are many things to do in Hollywood besides seeing the stars. You can shop, have a meal, take a photo with your favorite star and much more. Learn more at ExploreHollywood.com.