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'Two and a Half Men' star Jon Cryer received the 2,449th star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame today, hours before its ninth season premiere on CBS. Series creator Chuck Lorre, actor-director-producer Carl Reiner and 'Wipeout' host John Henson joined Cryer in speaking at the late-morning ceremony next to Hooters on Hollywood Boulevard.

Born April 16, 1965, Cryer made his first commercial when he was 4 years old, alongside his mother, the writer and actress Gretchen Cryer. 

Jon made his film debut by starring in the 1984 romantic comedy 'No Small Affair,' playing a 16-year-old amateur photographer who accidentally takes a picture of a 22-year-old bar singer (Demi Moore) and falls in love with her.

Two years later, Cryer starred in the John Hughes-produced teen romantic comedy 'Pretty in Pink.' His other film credits include the 1991 spoof 'Hot Shots!' where he first teamed with his future 'Two and a Half Men' co-star Charlie Sheen.

Cryer's first television starring role was in the 1989-90 CBS comedy 'The Famous Teddy Z' as a talent agency mailroom clerk who becomes an agent after being assigned to a limousine picking up the agency's biggest client (Dennis Lipscomb.) Cryer later starred in the Fox comedy 'Partners,' and the ABC comedy 'The Trouble With Normal,' both of which only ran one season before being canceled.

Cryer has received six consecutive Emmy nominations as outstanding supporting actor in a comedy series for 'Two and a Half Men,' winning in 2009. Cryer has also performed on the stage on Broadway ('Brighton Beach Memoirs' and 'Torch Song Trilogy'), London ('900 Oneonta') and Los Angeles ('Boy's Life').

To see photos of Jon Cryer’s and other celebrity Walk of Fame ceremonies, visit There are over 350 Hollywood Walk of Fame photos on the site and all are available for purchase.




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