Warren Beatty to Receive Cecil B. DeMille Honor

Warren Beatty is to be honored with the 64th Cecil B. DeMille Award for Lifetime Achievement at the 2007 Golden Globe Awards in Hollywood.

The actor/director’s latest accolade was announced by James Caan at a press conference this morning.

It will be Beatty‘s sixth Globe. He has been nominated 12 times as an actor, director and screenwriter.

The honor will be presented to Beatty on Jan. 15. All other nominations will be announced on Dec. 14.

Nicholson’s Daughter Named Miss Golden Globe

Jack Nicholson‘s daughter Lorraine will serve as Miss Golden Globe at next year’s prize-giving ceremony.

The children of celebrities are invited to take to the Golden Globes stage to help hand out awards.

Past Miss Golden Globes include Melanie Griffith and Don Johnson‘s daughter Dakota (2006) and Kevin Costner‘s daughter Lily (1992).

The Golden Globes have been good to Jack Nicholson–he’s a six-time winner and a former Cecil B. DeMille Award honoree.

Lorraine, 16, is a budding actress, and has appeared in Click and Something’s Gotta Give, which starred her father.

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