"A Clockwork Orange" star Malcolm McDowell is honored with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA, UNITED STATES - Malcolm McDowell received the 2,465th star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame on Friday (March 16), honoring a career that began in 1967 and has included memorable roles in "A Clockwork Orange," "O Lucky Man!" "Time After Time" and "Star Trek: Generations."
McDowell was joined by Gary Oldman, who McDowell appeared with in the 2010 post-apocalyptic action film "The Book of Eli," Rob Zombie, who directed McDowell in the 2007 remake of the slasher film "Halloween" and Mike Kaplan, who directed McDowell's documentary tribute to the late director Lindsay Anderson "Never Apologize."
The star ceremony coincides with American Cinematheque's tribute to McDowell, which includes a screening of "A Clockwork Orange."