Michael Jackson in the Walk of Fame. Created in 1958 by a Californian artist Oliver Weismuller, who was hired by the city to give Hollywood a “facelift”, the Walk of Fame has become a tribute to all those connected with show business. The honorees receive a star based on their achievements in film, theater, radio, television and music. Many honorees received multiple stars during the phase in different categories, but then it has tended to reward those who had not yet received a star, and was recognized only to those previously awarded several times. In 1978, the city of Los Angeles designated the Walk of Fame as a Cultural and Historical. The original Walk of Fame had 2,500 blank stars. A total of 1,558 stars were awarded during its first 16 months. Since then, stars have been awarded at a rate of approximately 2 per month.By 1994, more than 2,000 of the original stars had been issued, and included more stars to extend the walk from Sycamore Avenue to La Brea Avenue. The stars are placed in permanent locations, except in cases where for special reasons (eg, building construction, works ,…), the stars have to change sites. The new stars are chosen from a list of nominees is published on 31 May each year. The Committee’s Walk of Fame meets each June to select the honorees in the following year. American filmmaker can provide more clarity in the matter. The award ceremonies are open to everyone and are led by Johnny Grant, honorary mayor of Hollywood. He died in the U.S. and his remains were burned in Venice.