Sunday, October 12, 2014


Southern California Motion Picture Council 

A Sparkling Celebrity Event!
Monday October 13, 2014 7pm-10pm
Our Golden Halo honorees will include:

Lydia Cornell - Golden Halo Lifetime Achievement Award 

An AFI Best Actress nominee and People's Choice Award winner, women and children's advocate; international star of over 250 TV shows and films, best known as the star of ABC's hit series Too Close for Comfort as TV legend Ted Knight's daughter, Sara Rush. Her credits include HBO's Curb Your Enthusiasm, Twilight Zone, Simon & Simon, Full House, Knight Rider, Love Boat (5), Hexed, T.J. Hooker, A-Team, Fantasy Island, Charlie’s Angels, Dukes, Monsters, Dick Clark’s Rockin’ Eve (co-host). She is a mother, author, teen mentor, talk show host, comedienne, producer, director, and award-winning writer. She is a women and children's advocate and also works on behalf of domestic abuse victims.

Mary Gregory - Golden Halo Lifetime Achievement Award
Her film credits include: Sleeper (1973), Coming Home (1978) and They Shoot Horses, Don't They? (1969) Mary is also known for three "Twilight Zone" episodes: "The Monsters Are Due On Maple Street", "The Lateness Of The Hour" and "The Shelter". In a career spanning 60 years Mary has appeared on nearly every Television show imaginable from "Gunsmoke" to "Perry Mason" to "Cannon".

Christopher Riordan - Golden Halo Lifetime Achievement Award
Stage, Screen,Television, Choreography, Directing Discovered by Fred Astaire, his film credits include Somebody Up There Likes Me, Raintree County, My Fair Lady, The Cincinnatti Kid, The Loved One, The Great Race, Goodbye Charlie, Beyond The Valley Of The Dolls.

TV Credits: The Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet, The Bing Crosby Show, Batman, Perry Mason,The Andy Griffith Show, The Lucy Show, The Monkees, Get Smart, Gidget, Hogan's Heroes, My Three Sons, The Fugitive and Ugly Betty.

Debra Tate - Golden Halo Lifetime Achievement Award

Actress, author, model, and victim's advocate, Debra Tate has worked to bring about change in human rights legislation. She has been interviewed by Larry King, Anderson Cooper, Diane Sawyer, and Matt Lauer and has appeared in numerous documentaries and shows including Good Morning America and Dateline. Debra Tate captures her sister’s life in “Sharon Tate: Recollection” published by the Running Press. This book celebrates her sister actress and includes memories from Roman Polanski, David Niven, Warren Beatty, Jane Fonda, Joan Collins and Lee Grant.
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