Family Photo: Russell Crowe Receives a Star!

04/13/2010 at 11:00 AM ET

Congratulations, Dad!

Russell Crowe was joined by wife Danielle Spencer and their sons — Charles, 6, and Tennyson, 3½ — as he was inducted into the Hollywood Walk of Fame Monday afternoon in Hollywood, Calif.

The actor, 46, received his star in advance of his latest movie, Robin Hood. The film hits theaters May 14th.

See a second photo of Danielle and the boys below!


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lissa on

Wow Charlie looks just like his dad!!! Beautiful boys!

Brooke on

Great pictures. The whole family looks wonderful….

Hugo Hurley on

Great photo. Russell looks so alive and happy when with his boys and his wife!

maggie on

yup charlie looks alot like his dad and tennyson is sooo cute with his stuffed puppy. 🙂

Lorus on

What a beautiful shot of Danielle and the boys! They are growing up so fast.

Liliana on

Such a beautiful family! I love the second picture.

Tearra on

Congratulations to Russell. In the second pic Tennyson looks just like his mum 🙂

Forgive me for getting off topic here but: I don’t get the selection process of who gets their star on the Walk of Fame? Russell has only been known to American’s since LA Confidential which was only 13 years ago? Yet Dennis Hopper who has been acting and a notable film figure since 1955 only just received a star and sadly he appears to be in serious failing health. Or how did Britney Spears get a star before either of these men?

Madison on

@Tearra I think a celeb gets a star if someone “sponsors” them with a $2,500 donation and a list of signatures. That’s all someone needs.

Mari on

@Tearra: Well, I think time does not matter. The guy has, after all one an Academy Award.

And got nominated another two times.

steph on

tearra the star is a fairly meaningless thing now, you get nominated by another member of either the acadamy or another actors organisation (can’t remember!), or you just pay for it. Last time I read about it I think it was several thousand dollars and you get one, so its not based on merit or worthiness really 🙂

elby on

Tearra it’s probably all about who gets the most press exposure, money, etc rather than talent (or lack thereof), length of fame, etc. I heard an interview with Russell Crowe yesterday saying that he’d been offered it several times before but turned it down. Maybe you have to act like an eejit then be repentent and make some popular films to get one?