By Andrea Reiher
Steve Guttenberg, perhaps best known for the "Police Academy" movies, received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame Monday. His star is no. 2,455 and is in front of the Police Activities League at 6411 Hollywood Boulevard, which is rather awesome.
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Guttenberg is also known for other 1980s hits "Three Men and a Baby" and its sequel, "Cocoon" and its sequel, and "Diner." As of late, he was on Season 2 of "Veronica Mars" and "Dancing With the Stars," and is currently starring on Broadway in "Relatively Speaking," to positive critical reviews.
He is also known for his off-camera philanthropy work. He started the Guttenhouse Project, which provides housing in south Los Angeles for at-risk foster care youth when they turn 18 and have nowhere else to go. He also organized a campaign to provide glasses for poor children whose families cannot afford eye care.
Congratulations to Steve!
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