American actress Jane Fonda will receive the Cecil B. DeMille Award at 78E Golden Globes Celebration on February 28th. The award is given in honor of his cinematic career, but also for his “infinite activism”.
Jane Fonda’s outstanding career earned her this award, which is given every year on the occasion of the great American film and television. In both of these fields, but also on stage, she has played dozens of roles, including the role of actress D.r Martha Livingston, Dance Agnes of God, By Lillian Hellman Julia Or Sally Hide, in Coming home.
Jane Fonda, a two-time Oscar winner for Best Actress and now 83, entered the 1960s. Since the 1970s, she has been involved in a variety of causes, especially for the rights of African Americans to citizenship, the environment against or against the Vietnam War.
“Despite his career taking many turns, his unwavering commitment to bringing about change remains,” said Ali Sar, president of the Hollywood Foreign Press Association, in a statement about the iconic figure in the film.
Meryl Streep, Steven Spielberg, Morgan Freeman, Tom Hanks, Elizabeth Taylor and Sidney Poitier have been on the list of actors and actresses who have received the Cecil B. DeMille Award since its inception in 1952.