One of Saturday Night Live's most popular funnymen is finally getting the recognition he deserves.
Kenan Thompson, a comedian and actor, was honored with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame during a ceremony Thursday night in Los Angeles, Calif.
As he was joined by his two daughters for the career-making night, the 44-year-old showed up in style for his big moment.
Leslie Jones, Kenans former SNL co-star, enthused him up as she prepared to watch the stars unveiling, taking a close-up of Thompson's latest accomplishment, and giving a speech in his honor.
Jones and Josh Server, Thompson's former co-star from Nickelodeon sketch series All That, gave a speech in honor of his friend.
The humorist is in good company on the iconic structure, as he recently shared his star neighbors with other comedy legends.
During a speech during the unveiling ceremony, the comedian revealed that his star was placed next to that of SNL's creator, Lorne Michaels.
Thompson said it's a pleasure and an honor to be next to the GOAT Lorne Michaels.
Thompson has received a slew of awards as well as a host of the 74th Emmy Awards, which will air on September 12.
Thompson, who is a six-time Emmy Award nominee, has won two awards for his comedy series Kenan and Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series for SNL.
Thompson is the longest-running cast member on Saturday Night Live this year.
According to the Today Show, Kenan Thompson is the voice of a generation. Ana Martinez, the Producer of the Hollywood Walk of Fame, made the comment on the occasion.