Julia Roberts receives Icon Award at Academy Museum gala
Julia Roberts is being regarded by the Academy Museum of Motion Pictures at its resulting yearly capacity in October, the connection said Friday.
The Oscar-victor will be given the Icon Award in confirmation of the essential generally friendly effect of her calling.
"All through her general and grand calling, Julia has exemplified unmistakable characters and principal positions," said Jacqueline Stewart,
The actually instated Director and President of the Academy Museum, in a statement.
"We are anxious to respect her went on with importance in the business and commitment to human explanation."
Roberts won an Oscar in 2000 for her driving situation in "Erin Brockovich."
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Among the honorees at the Oct. 15 Los Angeles event are Steve McQueen, Tilda Swinton, and Miky Lee.