Golden Globe award winning icon of Hollywood and animal rights activist, Tippi Hedren has starred in countless blockbuster films including Marnie, The Birds, Roar, Murder She Wrote, The Bionic Woman among many others and has been honored by countless organizations for her far-reaching accomplishments.
(100 years young!!) MGM and Paramount film star and defender of civil liberties featured in over 60 movies including Born to the West (1937), Pride and Prejudice (1940), Kid Glove Killer (1942), Cry 'Havoc' (1943), Raw Deal (1948), The Happy Time (1952) and in Johnny Got His Gun (1971).
(103 years young!!) (born Norman Perlmutter) actor, producer and director who has worked in radio, theatre, television and film dating back to the Great Depression, and at 103 years of age is the oldest working Hollywood actor. His over 60 credits include Alfred Hitchcock Presents, Spellbound, Dead Poets Society and Limelight.
The Southern California Motion Picture Council was founded in 1936 when Linda Burke established its non-profit status on May 1, 1936. Our very first event was held at the celebrated Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel when Jean Harlow accepted the Golden Halo Award.
Over 75 years later, we continue the grand tradition at the famed Sportsmen's Lodge in Los Angeles
Since 1936, the prestigious Golden Halo Award has been presented to the entertainment industry's biggest stars including: Elizabeth Taylor, Michael Jackson, Lucille Ball, Dame Margaret O'Brien, John Travolta, Bette Davis, Bob Hope, Audrey Hepburn, H.S.H. Princess Grace (Kelly) of Monaco, Gene Autry, Judy Garland, Roy Rogers, Liza Minnelli, Dale Evans, Gene Kelly, Betty White, Bea Arthur, Estelle Getty, Rue Mc Clanahan, Angela Lansbury, Cesar Romero, Mickey Rooney, Sophie Tucker, Anita Page, Marilyn Monroe, Lana Turner, Robert Mitchum, Rosemary Clooney, John Barrymore, Lionel Barrymore, Ethel Barrymore, Joan Collins, Martin Landau, H.H. Princess Rita Aga Khan Hayworth, and many more.