LOS ANGELES  - Australian actor Hugh Jackman got a Hollywood double whammy late on Thursday as he was nominated for a Golden Globe and got his star on Tinseltown’s famous Walk of Fame on the same day. Jackman, who is being tipped for possible Oscar glory for his role in upcoming musical adaptation “Les Miserables,” said he couldn’t believe the good fortune that his career has given him.“This is quite a ride…It’s a surreal experience. I’m a kid from the suburb of Barunga, on the northern side of Sydney ... This is completely surreal,” he said as he unveiled his sidewalk star.  “Apart from Lassie, I’m the only one to get to play the same character in 15 movies,” he quipped, flanked by Les Mis co-star Anne Hathaway, director Tom Hooper, DreamWorks boss Jeffrey Katzenberg and Tonight Show host Jay Leno.Leno, due to interview him later, told Jackman: “I don’t believe wealth and fame change anybody, it exaggerates who you already are. And I think all your wealth and success and fame have just made you a better person.” “You have a wonderful family, you’re a wonderful role model .. besides the obvious talent, is the fact that you are a regular person.”