The late Crocodile Hunter is being recognised for his contribution to the entertainment industry through wildlife documentaries
The late Crocodile Hunter Steve Irwin is likely to be honoured with a starring on the Hollywood Walk of Fame for his contribution to the entertainment industry through wildlife documentaries.
Irwin, who died in September 2006, after being struck multiple times by a stingray barb while filming in waters off Port Douglas in far north Queensland, is the only posthumous member of the 2018 television class, which also includes The X-Files actor Gillian Anderson and 1970 s Wonder Woman Lynda Carter.
Beyond aroused to share with you all that we have just received news that Dad will be honoured with a starring on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, his daughter Bindi tweeted on Friday.
A video taken by Australia Zoo shows the moment she and brother Robert, along with mom Terri, reacted joyously to the news.
Hes going to Hollywood, guy! Terri says.
Bindi says her father changed the world by bringing his conservation message into people homes through his television programs.
The star nomination was been supported by Visit Sunshine Coast.
Steve has always said that he didnt care if someone recollected him, as long as they remembered his message, Terry Irwin said in a statement from the familys Australia Zoo conservation site in Western Queensland.
I truly believe that this recognition for Steves achievements will ensure that his message of wildlife conservation is remembered.
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