Celebrated actor Mark Ruffalo, recently nominated for an Oscar for his role in “Poor Things,” will be bestowed with the 2,772nd star on the illustrious Hollywood Walk of Fame. The ceremony is scheduled for Thursday, February 8, 2024, at 11:30 a.m. PT at 6777 Hollywood Boulevard, recognizing Ruffalo’s contributions to Motion Pictures.
Renowned for his versatility on both stage and screen, Ruffalo has collaborated with esteemed directors such as Ang Lee, Martin Scorsese, David Fincher, and others. The Hollywood Chamber of Commerce, which is responsible for administering the Walk of Fame, proudly acknowledges Ruffalo’s unwavering dedication to his craft.
Ana Martinez, the producer of the Hollywood Walk of Fame, commended Ruffalo’s remarkable talent and global appeal, stating, “We are proud to honor him and place his star in front of the Stella Adler Acting Academy, where he trained to become one of our finest actors.”
Emmy winner and four-time Academy Award nominee, Ruffalo’s filmography includes notable works like “The Kids Are All Right,” “Foxcatcher,” and “Spotlight,” for which he received three Academy Award nominations within five years. His recent Oscar-nominated performance in “Poor Things” showcases his continued excellence in the industry.
In addition to his film achievements, Ruffalo has reprised his role as Bruce Banner/The Hulk in the Disney+ series “She Hulk” and is set to star in the Netflix limited-series “All the Light We Cannot See” and the highly anticipated Warner Bros. sci-fi drama “Mickey 17.”
Beyond his acting prowess, Ruffalo is recognized for his advocacy for addressing climate change and promoting renewable energy. He co-launched The Solutions Project in 2012, aiming to demonstrate the feasibility of renewable energy through science, business, and culture.
Mark Ruffalo’s star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame serves as a testament to his stellar career, artistic contributions, and commitment to environmental causes, solidifying his place among Hollywood’s elite.