Jane Fonda leaves her prints in cement at Chinese Theatre ceremony
Jane Fonda's career in Hollywood is set in cement. After more than 50 years in show business, the 75-year-old actress was surrounded by friends and fans while being honored with a hand and footprint ceremony at the iconic TCL Chinese Theatre (formerly known as Grauman's Theatre and Mann's Theatre) early Saturday morning.
Fonda left her imprints (and a peace sign to jazz things up) next to her famous father Henry Fonda, who earned his spot on the Walk of Fame in 1942.
"I swear I was beginning to think that the only way Hollywood was going to give me this opportunity was if the city laid a new sidewalk in front of my house," Fonda joked.
"What is particularly meaningful to me is that I'm going to be right next to my dad right over there and I can feel his presence right now and he used to say to me, 'Jane, don't let this town walk all over you.' Well dad, right now the town can walk all over both of us forever."
Some guests at the ceremony included Fonda's brother Peter Fonda, her son and "Gangster Squad" star Troy Garity, Jim Carrey, Eva Longoria, Maria Shriver and Fonda's "Nine to Five" costar Lily Tomlin.