The five-time Oscar nominated actress Amy Adams received her own star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame today.


Adams has been lauded for her role in this year’s top sci-fi film Arrival, for which she received her seventh Golden Globe nom. She began her career as a professional dancer in Colorado before moving onto acting. She guest starred on various television series including The West WingThe OfficeThat ’70s ShowCharmedBuffy the Vampire Slayer and Smallville.

She caught her break in the 2002 Stephen Spielberg film Catch Me If You Can alongside Leonardo DiCaprio. She received her first Oscar nomination for her 2006 portrayal in Junebug. Her other noms came for her work in DoubtThe FighterThe Master and American Hustle. She has two Golden Globe wins under her belt, for performances in American Hustle and Big Eyes.

Adams has played Lois Lane multiple times, in Man of Steel and Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice, and will reprise the role in Justice League, which will be released Nov. 17.


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Other film projects include Nocturnal AnimalsHerJulie and JuliaEnchantedNight at the Museum: Battle of the SmithsonianCharlie Wilson’s War and Miss Pettigrew Lives for a Day.

Watch her Walk of Fame ceremony below, beginning at 28:45.

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