New daddy Matt Damon can soon add a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame to his recent joy.
The Oscar winner is one of 23 entertainers to be honored with his own star by the Hollywood Chamber of Commerce. Each will receive their star in an upcoming 2007 ceremony.
Among the other recipients in the film biz are Michael Caine, Jamie Foxx, John Goodman, Michelle Pfeiffer, "Prairie Home Companion" director Robert Altman and producer Lauren Shuler Donner.
TV has its share of honorees as well, including Erik Estrada, Kiefer Sutherland, Jerry Stiller, Barbara Walters and producer Dick Wolf.
Sean "Diddy" Combs, Mariah Carey, The Doors, Crystal Gayle, Tim McGraw, Leann Rimes and Shania Twain were named for the music biz, while Sir Tim Rice and Lily Tomlin joined the ranks for live theatre/live performance honorees.
Radio honorees include Stu Nahan and Rodney Bingenheimer.
Damon, who finally caught up with pal Ben Affleck by getting married last year and becoming the father of a baby girl in June, is now one up on his Oscar-winning screenwriting partner.
The "Bourne Identity" actor last appeared in "The Brothers Grimm," "Ocean's Twelve" and "Syriana." His upcoming films include Martin Scorsese's "The Departed," Robert De Niro's "The Good Shepherd" and the third installments of the "Bourne" and "Ocean's" franchises.