This Article is From Jan 08, 2013

Colin Farrell to be honoured at Oscars event

Colin Farrell to be honoured at Oscars event

The event was created by the non-profit US-Ireland Alliance to recognise the contributions of the Irish in film and television and as a glitzy networking event.

Highlights

  • Irish actor Colin Farrell is set to be honoured at a pre-Oscars bash next month.
  • The 36-year-old Total Recall star will be celebrated at the eighth annual Oscar Wilde: Honouring the Irish in Film party at in Santa Monica on February 21, reported E! online.
  • The father-of-two, who won a Golden Globe award for his role in In Bruges in 2009, is just one of a number of special honourees who will be celebrated at the prestigious event, which has previously recognised My Week With Marilyn star Michelle Williams, Bridesmaids actress Melissa McCarthy, Once Upon A Time star Sarah Bolger, Atonement actress Saoirse Ronan and 'The Tudors' star Jonathan Rhys Meyers.
  • The event was created by the non-profit US-Ireland Alliance to recognise the contributions of the Irish in film and television and as a glitzy networking event.
  • Dublin based acoustic indie folk duo the Heathers are set to perform at the red-carpet event, which is scheduled to take place in its traditional spot before the Academy Awards.
Los Angeles: Irish actor Colin Farrell is set to be honoured at a pre-Oscars bash next month.

The 36-year-old Total Recall star will be celebrated at the eighth annual Oscar Wilde: Honouring the Irish in Film party at in Santa Monica on February 21, reported E! online.

The father-of-two, who won a Golden Globe award for his role in In Bruges in 2009, is just one of a number ofspecial honourees who will be celebrated at the prestigious event, which has previously recognised My Week With Marilyn star Michelle Williams, Bridesmaids actress Melissa McCarthy, Once Upon A Time star Sarah Bolger, Atonement actress Saoirse Ronan and 'The Tudors' star Jonathan Rhys Meyers.

The event was created by the non-profit US-Ireland Alliance to recognise the contributions of the Irish in filmand television and as a glitzy networking event.

Dublin based acoustic indie folk duo the Heathers are set to perform at the red-carpet event, which is scheduled to take place in its traditional spot before the Academy Awards.