Angelina Jolie to Receive Humanitarian Oscar at 2013 Governors Award

 

Here’s the latest update about Angeline Jolie; she’s will be receiving the honorary Oscar award. The humanitarian work she did at last bought her this accolade. She will receive it at the 2013 Governor’s Award.

Angelina Jolie to Be Awarded Humanitarian Oscar at 2013

Best wishes to Jolie for getting the Oscar for her humanitarian award.

The Governors Awards will be held after two months still the fans need not to anticipate who’s going to take home the popular awards. The Academy if Motion Picture Arts and Sciences announced the news on 5th September. The board of Governors has decided honor Steve Martin, costume designer Piero Torsi along with Angelina at the ceremony to be held in LA on 16 November.

The governor’s award pays tribute to individuals which made unforgettable and indelible contributions in their respective fields.

Cheryl Boone Isaac the academy president announced that they were more excited for this year’s honorees. They look forward to bring their peers and colleagues to celebrate their extraordinary achievements.

The 38 year old actress is set to receive the Jean Hersholt Humanitarian Award at the fifth annual event. She has certainly proven herself and noted for her advocacy on various issues. Some of the causes include the Prevent Sexual Violence Initiative, The Office of United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees and The Council on Foreign Relations.

The star has another Oscar in her bag as Best Supporting Actress award for the 1999 film. The “Girl, Interrupted” movie star even hinted last year that she would give up her acting career to devote more time for humanitarian work and family.

Earlier this year Jolie had undergone double mastectomy and mad her first appearance at “The World War Z” premiere of her fiancé Brad Pitt.

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