HOLLYWOOD HILLS—”Will and Grace” star Eric McCormack received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame on Thursday, September 13. In 2001, McCormack won an Emmy for Lead Actor in a Comedy Series for his performance on “Will & Grace.”

McCormack is best known for his role on the NBC comedy. The series initially ran from 1998 to 2006. After the show ended, McCormack appeared on the series “The New Adventures of Old Christine,” “Perception,” “TrustMe,” and “Travelers.” In 2017, NBC rebooted “Will and Grace” which returned to the network after being off the air for nearly 10 years. The show kicks off its second season in September. 

The cast, Megan Mullaly, Sean Hayes and Debra Messing were all in attendance as McCormack was honored with his star. Max Munchnick, co-creator of “Will and Grace” and actor Michael Douglas were also in attendance at the ceremony.

When speaking at the Walk Of Fame, Munchnick said of McCormack, “He’s so skilled that his acting is invisible…You don’t notice that the timing is flawless, or that every word he speaks is emphasized perfectly…”

At the ceremony, McCormack announced that the third season of his current show, “Travelers” will be released soon on Netflix.