Donald Sutherland is set to receive a star on Hollywood's Walk of Fame on January 26, the Hollywood Chamber of Commerce says.
The actor, 75, will receive the 2,430th star which will be placed at 7024 Hollywood Boulevard, next to his son's star, Kiefer Sutherland of "24" fame.
Collin Farrell, who co-stars in the upcoming comedy "Horrible Bosses" with Southerland, will speak at the ceremony as well as Ron Meyer, the president and chief operating officer at Universal Studios.
Sutherland has a long list of acting credits that include films like "MASH," "Ordinary People," "The Dirty Dozen," "Invasion of the Body Snatchers," "JFK," "Backdraft," "Cold Mountain," and "The Italian Job." He's also appeared on television with roles in "Dirty Sexy Money," "Commander-in-Chief," and a role in the made-for-television movie "Human Trafficking."
Sutherland won a Golden Globe and Emmy award for "Citizen X" in 1996, and another Golden Globe for "Path to War" in 2003.
Up next, the actor will appear in the upcoming remake "The Mechanic" with Jason Statham due out on Friday.