Four Canada-born screenstars, Pamela Anderson, Brendan Fraser, Eugene Levy and Robert Goulet are amongthe 2006 inductees to Canada's Walk of Fame, a celebration of Canadiancontributions to the world of music, arts and entertainment.

The ceremony, which includesa star-shaped dedication and the casting of the recipients' impressions inconcrete, will take place June 3, 2006 in Toronto.

Most famous as a baritone,Goulet made his mark as Lancelot in the 1960 film adaptation of the stagemusical Camelot opposite RichardBurton and Julie Andrews.

Levy, who built hisreputation on the seminal comedy series SCTV, has made key comic contributions to numerous films fromBest In Show to American Pie.

Goulet is easily the mosthonoured of the film-world inductees, having previously won a Grammy Award, anEmmy Award and a Tony Award.

Fraser has worked in a broadrange of pictures and roles, from action pictures such as The Mummy to dramatic roles in films such as this year's BestPicture Oscar-winner Crash.

Anderson, best-known for hercontributions to the television series Baywatch, has appeared in such films as Barb Wire and Scary Movie 3.