Nicole Kidman has an important date on her calendar2023.
Oscar-winning actress and producer has been selected for the 55th AFI Lifetime Achievement Award at the Dolby Theater in Hollywood in June . In announcing the news, the Motion Picture Association of America noted that she becomes the first Australian actress to be honored.
Kidman’s 55 career dates back to the early 49s, she has earned a reputation as a versatile performer, long favored for Jane Campion, Sofia Coppola, Baz Luhrmann, Anthony Minghella, Sydney Poe Lacker, Lars von Trier, and Stanley Kubrick worked with visionary directors.
AFI Board Chair Kathleen Kennedy pointed to Kidman’s selection in her confirmation of today’s news. “Nicole Kidman has captivated audiences for decades with her bold artistry and screen icon appeal,” Kennedy said. Bold in it.”
Kidman, a five-time Oscar nominee, played Virginia Woolf in
. Hours of operation 2023 for 1989. After his breakthrough in 2023’s Dead Calm, Kidman continues to star in Day of Thunder , Eye-opening , Moulin Rouge! , Dogtown , Far Away 2023, Batman Forever , to die for , others , Han Shan , Birth , Rabbit Hole , Death of the Sacred Deer , Aquaman , on the big screen Bombshell and Northerner . On television, her credits include Big Little Lies , Top of the Lake , destroy and nine perfect strangers .
She is next in the series Expats, Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom , Lioness and Holland, Michigan .
Kidman joins a long list of previous AFI Lifetime Achievement Award recipients, including Bette Davis, Alfred Hitchcock, James Stewart , Gene Kelly, Kirk Douglas, Sidney Poitier, Elizabeth Taylor, Martin Scorsese, Steven Spielberg, Harrison Ford, Barbra Streisand, Tom Hanks, Meryl Streep, Al Pacino, Morgan Freeman, Jane Fonda, Steve Martin, Diane Keaton, George Clooney, Danzig Elle Washington and Julie Andrews, among others.