Get J. Dub his star!
Alright, here is a list of some pretty powerful people that have worked with the man (John Williams) and might like to see him get a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. Contact these people and let them know that you think they should be nominating him. Also, they have money. Suggest that they might want to front the $30,000 it takes to install the star. The last contact is the committee for the Walk of Fame itself, you can send in an adobe pdf nomination for Williams yourself. I know it has to be accompanied by the signed approval of the nominee, so suggest to the other people on this contact list that they should get him to approve of his own nomination. I’ll try to contact him directly for a letter of his consent, but it might be more likely if Speilberg or Lucas asked him to do it. Anyway, here’s the list. Now get to it!
Hollywood Bowl inducted John Williams into their Hall of Fame in 2000. He performs there every year.
Composed the scores to almost all of Mr. Speilberg’s films including the Indiana Jones trilogy, Jaws, and E.T. the Extraterrestrial.
100 Universal City Plaza, Bldg.5121
Universal City, Ca 91608
Composed the scores for all six of the Star Wars films.
(put “John Williams” in subject line)
Acted as conductor for the Boston Pops for twelve years. The Boston Pops were used to record many of his compositions.
Director of Media Relations
301 Massachusetts Avenue
Boston, MA 02115
John Williams composed the film scores for the first two Harry Potter films as well as Home Alone.
William Morris Endeavor Entertainment
9601 Wilshire Blvd.
Beverly Hills, CA 90210
Composed the music for their awards ceremony. Has been nominated 45 times (most nominations of any one person) and won five Oscars.
Walk of Fame Committee
These are the people to make the decision to give him the star.