Suzanne Desrocher, centre, the widow of the late director George A. Romero, is joined by actor Malcolm McDowell, foreground from left, Romero's daughter Tina, special effects/make-up artist Greg Nicotero and director Edgar Wright during a ceremony awarding Romero with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame on Wednesday, October 25, 2017, in Los Angeles. Romero is the writer/director of the 1968 zombie film “Night of the Living Dead.” Photo: Invision/AP
Suzanne Desrocher, centre, the widow of the late director George A. Romero, is joined by actor Malcolm McDowell, foreground from left, Romero's daughter Tina, special effects/make-up artist Greg Nicotero and director Edgar Wright during a ceremony awarding Romero with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame on Wednesday, October 25, 2017, in Los Angeles. Romero is the writer/director of the 1968 zombie film “Night of the Living Dead.” Photo: Invision/AP

Zombie director George Romero honoured with star on Hollywood’s Walk of Fame

Suzanne Desrocher, centre, the widow of the late director George A. Romero, is joined by actor Malcolm McDowell, foreground from left, Romero's daughter Tina, special effects/make-up artist Greg Nicotero and director Edgar Wright during a ceremony awarding Romero with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame on Wednesday, October 25, 2017, in Los Angeles. Romero is the writer/director of the 1968 zombie film “Night of the Living Dead.” Photo: Invision/AP
Suzanne Desrocher, centre, the widow of the late director George A. Romero, is joined by actor Malcolm McDowell, foreground from left, Romero's daughter Tina, special effects/make-up artist Greg Nicotero and director Edgar Wright during a ceremony awarding Romero with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame on Wednesday, October 25, 2017, in Los Angeles. Romero is the writer/director of the 1968 zombie film “Night of the Living Dead.” Photo: Invision/AP
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