‘Will & Grace”s Eric McCormack gets star treatment in Hollywood

The male lead of the long running TV comedy is honored with co-stars Debra Messing, Megan Mullally and Sean Hayes on hand.

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA, UNITED STATES (Reuters) – Eric McCormack received the 2,644th star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame Thursday (September 13), right next to that of his Will & Grace co-lead Debra Messing, who was in the audience along with fellow cast members Megan Mullally and Sean Hayes.

Also on hand was Michael Douglas, who guest starred in a 2002 episode of the long running NBC comedy that was re-booted in 2017 and is now set for its 10th season.

McCormack, 55, is a four-time outstanding lead actor in a comedy Emmy nominee for his portrayal of gay lawyer Will Truman, winning in 2001. He also stars in the Netflix science fiction series “Travelers,” whose third season is set to begin streaming later this year.

McCormack also starred in the 2012-15 crime drama “Perception.”

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