The 45-year-old actor will be honored with the 2,404th star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame on April 12 with Ron Howard as one of those who will pay tribute to him.
Russell Crowe is to be honored with the 2,404th star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. The Oscar winner will unveil the pavement plaque in front of the Kodak Theater, where the Academy Awards are held annually, on April 12.
Moviemaker Ron Howard will be among the celebrities paying tribute to Crowe at the event.
Russell Crowe has been acting since he was four years old, when he was hired for a line of dialog in one episode of Australian TV series "Spyforce". He later appeared in some Australia's TV shows, such as "The Sum of Us", "The Young Doctors", and "Neighbours". His first film was 1990 movie called "Blood Oath". After making a success in Australia, the 45-year-old actor began landing roles in American big screen projects. Some of Hollywood movies he starred included "Gladiator", "Cinderella Man" and "A Good Year".