JAMES CAMERON HOLLYWOOD WALK OF FAME

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Oscar Winning director James Cameron was honored with the 2,396th Star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame on Hollywood Boulevard in front of the historic Egyptian Theatre Friday, December 18, 2009.
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JAMES CAMERON HOLLYWOOD WALK OF FAME 
Cameron, whose credits include "The Terminator", "Aliens", "Terminator 2", "True Lies" and "Titanic", winner of eleven Academy Awards® and the most successful movie of all time, recently completed "AVATAR", which Twentieth Century Fox released on December 18.
Born in Kapuskasing, Ontario, Canada, Cameron grew up near Niagara Falls. In 1971, he moved to Brea, California where he studied physics at Fullerton College while working as a machinist and, later, a truck driver. Cameron quit his trucking job in 1978 and raised money from local dentists to produce a 35mm short film.

The visual effects in this film led to work on Roger Corman’s "Battle Beyond the Stars" (1980), on which he served as production designer, matte artist and visual effects DP. The next year he became second unit director on Corman’s subsequent sci-fi thriller, "Galaxy of Terror".

In 1983 Cameron wrote three scripts: "Rambo:First Blood part 2, "Aliens", and "The Terminator". He directed "The Terminator", starring Arnold Schwarzenegger, in 1984. It became an unexpected box office hit and made Time Magazine’s “Ten Best of the Year” List.

Cameron subsequently directed "Aliens" (1986), then wrote and directed "The Abyss" (1989). Following that he wrote, produced and directed "Terminator 2: Judgement Day" (1991), "True Lies" (1994), and "Titanic" (1997). He also co-wrote and produced "Point Break" (1991) and "Strange Days" (1994), as well as producing "Solaris" (2003).

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