Robin Williams to receive deMille Award at Globes
Nov 18, 2004 by Ian Evans
Robin Williams, who has been nominated for 11 Golden Globe Awards and won 5, has been chosen by the HFPA’s board of directors as the recipient of this year’s Cecil B. DeMille Award for outstanding contribution to entertainment.
Williams has received three Golden Globes as Best Actor (Comedy or Musical) for Mrs. Doubtfire, The Fisher King, and Good Morning, Vietnam and another as Best Television Actor (Comedy or Musical) for Mork & Mindy. He also received a special Golden Globe for his vocal work in Aladdin. He received six additional Golden Globe nominations — two as Best Actor (Drama) for Awakenings and Dead Poets Society; two as Best Actor (Comedy or Musical) for Patch Adams and Moscow on the Hudson; one as Best Supporting Actor for Good Will Hunting; and one as Best Television Actor (Comedy or Musical) for Mork & Mindy.
In other Golden Globe news, Miss Golden Globe will be 16-year-old Kathryn Eastwood, the daughter of actor, director and producer Clint Eastwood and Jacelyn Reeves.
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