The actor can currently be seen in the comedy “Poor Things.” He was nominated for an Oscar for his supporting role. Now the 56-year-old will also be honored with a star plaque.
The US actor Mark Ruffalo (“Poor Things”) is to be honored with a star plaque in Hollywood. The 56-year-old will unveil the 2,772nd star on the “Walk of Fame” on February 8th, the award winners announced.
Actress Laura Dern (56), who appeared with Ruffalo in the film drama “We Don’t Live Here Anymore” (2004), has been invited as a guest speaker. Ruffalo’s “Avengers” colleague Don Cheadle (59) is also scheduled to give a speech.
Ruffalo can currently be seen alongside Emma Stone and Willem Dafoe in Giorgos Lanthimos’ comedy Poor Things. He is nominated for an Oscar for his supporting role as a smarmy lawyer. Ruffalo is also known from films such as “Spotlight”, “The Kids Are All Right” and as the green comic giant Hulk from the “Avengers” films.
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