The bronze and faux-marble star tiles along the sidewalks of Hollywood Boulevard—known as the Walk of Fame—honor movie and TV actors as well as stage performers, musicians, and writers. Within each star is a symbol that indicates the category in which the celebrity belongs. Actress Joanne Woodward got the first star on February 9, 1960, and singing-cowboy Gene Autry has the most stars on the famous boulevard—one for each of the five categories represented. The Walk started out with over 2,500 blank stars, and there are about 200 left. There are even two celebrity canines on Hollywood Boulevard: Lassie and Rin Tin Tin.