Zac Efron Praises Matthew Perry For Being ‘So Kind And Generous’ In Hollywood Walk Of Fame Speech

Once a wildcat, always a wildcat! Zac Efron hit a major career milestone on Dec. 11 when he received his star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. In his heartfelt speech, the 36-year-old looked back at his decades long career and gave thanks to Kenny Ortega who gave him his start in “High School Musical.” “I’m just eternally, eternally gratefully. You have no idea. I still think about it every day. I sing the songs in the shower. Go wildcats!” he said to a cheering audience. “The Iron Claw” star also looked back at his time working with Matthew Perry on “17 Again” calling him so “kind and generous.” Zac’s famous friends and co-stars Miles Teller and Jeremy Allen White were also on hand at the event and gave heartfelt speeches that touched on Zac’s career and their experience working with him. Miles even hilariously recalled first meeting Zac in New York years ago.