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Helen Mirren to Receive Film Society of Lincoln Center’s Chaplin Award

The actress will be honored at a gala on April 30.

Helen Mirren has been named the recipient of the 45th annual Chaplin Award, The Film Society of Lincoln Center announced Saturday.

The Film Society will honor the Oscar-winning actress, seen next in The Leisure Seeker, at a gala on April 30.

The evening will celebrate her multifaceted career in cinema which spans more than 50 years.

“It is an honor and a pleasure for us to present Helen Mirren with our 45th Chaplin Award,” said Ann Tenenbaum, the Film Society of Lincoln Center’s Board Chairman.

“From housemaid to Queen and everything in between, Ms. Mirren has delivered masterful performances of complex characters, upending stereotype after stereotype along the way.”

“Ever since her debut in Michael Powell’s Age of Consent in 1969, Helen Mirren has been lighting up screens with one finely crafted performance after another,” said Lesli Klainberg, the Executive Director of the Film Society of Lincoln Center.

“From her Oscar-winning role in The Queen to her brilliant work in The Long Good FridayThe CookThe Thief, His Wife & Her LoverThe Madness of King GeorgeGosford ParkThe TempestThe Last StationRedHitchcockWoman in Gold, and Eye in the Sky, she has shown her exquisite range and proven her commitment to excellence and the art of cinema. The Film Society is honored to present the 45th Chaplin Gala Award to Helen Mirren.”

Past recipients of the Film Society’s annual honor include Alfred Hitchcock, Billy Wilder, Laurence Olivier, Federico Fellini, Elizabeth Taylor, Bette Davis, James Stewart, Robert Altman, Martin Scorsese, Diane Keaton, Meryl Streep, Tom Hanks, Sidney Poitier, Barbra Streisand, Robert Redford and, last year, Robert De Niro.

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