Elizabeth Taylor To Be Honoured at BAFTAs

Cinema icon Elizabeth Taylor will be honored at the British Academy Of
Film And Television Awards (BAFTAs) in November and receive the
prestigious Britannia Award for Artistic Excellence.

The 73-year-old actress previously won a BAFTA in 1967 for her role in Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?, a role which also won her a second Oscar–she was awarded the first in 1961 for Butterfly 8.

Taylor retired from film in 2003 due to ill health, but remains a major
influence in Hollywood.

Los Angeles BAFTA chairman Gary Dartnell says, “To honor a British star of
the national treasure status of Miss Taylor is a downright thrill.”

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