LOS ANGELES -- Nobody could say people walk all over Mel Brooks. Until now.
The comedian, actor and producer who gave the world "Blazing Saddles," ''Young Frankenstein" and "The Producers" got a star Friday on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
Brooks received the 2,406th star during a ceremony in front of the Egyptian Theatre. His son, Max, and friend, Carl Reiner, attended.
Brooks, who's 83, has won Emmy, Grammy, Oscar and Tony awards.
He's working on a musical version of "Blazing Saddles."