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Jamie Lee Curtis Receives AARP Film Adult Career Achievement Award

“Scream Queens”Jamie Lee Curtis will be this year’s AARP The Magazine Film Award Winner for Adulthood Person Award Career Achievement Honor.

Curtis will be honored at AARP’s Best Adult Film and Television of the Year, the group announced Thursday. Alan Cumming returns to host the awards show, February at 9 p.m. ET on PBS’s “Great Performances” aired in .

“Jamie Lee Curtis’ long, evolving career defied outdated Hollywood stereotypes about aging by embodying The entirety of AARP’s adult film program,” AARP CEO Jo Ann Jenkins said in a statement.

Since playing the role of Laurie Strode in Halloween

, the 50 year old horror queen starred in her final horror series Halloween is over , and this year’s The blockbuster indie film Everything Everywhere All At Once . 1978

“We are delighted to pay tribute to Curtis, who 17 became the iconic ‘pointer’ in ‘Halloween’ Call Queen,’ and grow into a master of comedic and dramatic roles,” Jenkins said.

Curtis, whose other credits include, True Lies, A Fish Called Wanda, Freaky Friday, Knives Out and the TV series Tip Call Queen is an Emmy nominated and BAFTA winner. Her films have grossed $2.5 billion over the course of her four-decade career, the statement said.

Audience 50 and the past, and fighting ageism in the entertainment industry. Previous recipients include Lily Tomlin, George Clooney, Annette Bening, Kevin Costner, Robert De Niro and Michael Douglas. 1978



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