Bryan Cranston received the 2,502nd star on the Hollywood Walk Of Fame on Tuesday. His friends and colleagues from "Breaking Bad" and "Malcolm in the Middle" joined him for the celebration.
The actor's wife Robin Dearden and daughter Taylor also attended the event, playfully giving him a big smooch on the cheek in front of photographers.
Cranston, 57, entertained fans by performing a side plank (above), doing several push-ups and singing a few lines from "My Fair Lady" tune "On The Street Where You Live."
Co-star Aaron Paul told the crowd: "Breaking Bad would not be the same without this man. Let's be honest, television would not be the same without this man. But I'm here to tell you all that I, personally, would not be the same without this man."
Frankie Muniz joined the fun, and Jane Kaczmarek, who played his onscreen wife Lois on "Malcolm in the Middle" for six years, added, "We would count our lucky stars that Bryan Cranston was in our cast, that he was in our show, that Bryan Cranston was our friend."
Following the ceremony, Cranston tweeted: "Today I got Star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. Overwhelming. It's like walking in on a surprise party thrown just for you! My thanks to all."