Daniel Craig kidded it would be an "outright honor to be strolled all over in Hollywood" as his Stroll Of Distinction star was uncovered.
The active James Bond entertainer joined the celebrated names on the world renowned Los Angeles vacation destination during an uncommon evening service.
Craig's star – the 2,704th – was divulged at 7007 Hollywood Road, a gesture to the super government agent's popular epithet and just yards from that of Sir Roger Moore, who played Bond in seven movies.
Craig, 53, was presented by establishment makers Michael G Wilson and Barbara Broccoli, just as his No An ideal opportunity To Pass on co-star Rami Malek.
Before the cover was removed his star, Craig said: "To Michael Wilson and Barbara Broccoli, I thank you from the profundity of my heart. Without you I would not be here today...
"I never figured I would hear myself say this, yet it's an outright honor to be strolled all over in Hollywood."
Craig, whose last Bond film No An ideal opportunity To Pass on has partaken in a rankling opening in the cinema world, added: "In the event that satisfaction was estimated by the organization we keep, me being on this asphalt encompassed by these legends makes me an incredibly, cheerful man. So thank you kindly."
Oscar-champ Malek stars as supervillain Safin in the widely praised No An ideal opportunity To Kick the bucket, which has been commended as a fitting finish to Craig's run as 007.
Talking during the service, Malek recounted his joy at featuring inverse Craig.
He said: "We as a whole know he's a heavenly entertainer, he's devoted, he can deal with all his own tricks with one hand tied behind his back and the other holding a Negroni.
"In any case, he's as particular with regards to his specialty as he is about his compassion for everybody around him.
"He has this capacity to hold these two conceivably restricting things simultaneously – an extraordinary measure of ability and obligation and a mind blowing warmth and intense familiarity with what people around him need."
The principal stars on the Hollywood Stroll Of Popularity were uncovered in 1958.
They cost £37,000 ($50,000) each, the Hollywood Office of Trade said, with the cash used to pay for the creation and establishment of each star just as upkeep of the more extensive fascination.
Craig's function was gone to by against vax dissidents after Los Angeles passed one of the strictest Coronavirus antibody commands in the US.