Globes fete Beatty with DeMille nod


Warren Beatty has been selected by the Hollywood Foreign Press Assn. to receive the group's annual Cecil B. DeMille Award for lifetime achievement at the 64th annual Golden Globe Awards, set for Jan. 15 at the Beverly Hilton.

The HFPA also said Wednesday that Lorraine Nicholson, the daughter of Jack Nicholson and Rebecca Broussard, will serve as Miss Golden Globe at the ceremony, to be broadcast live by NBC.

Beatty has received five Golden Globes during his career as an actor, writer, director and producer: He was named best actor in a comedy or musical for "Heaven Can Wait," he took home the best director trophy for "Reds," and he picked up Globes as producer of best comedy/musical winner "Heaven" and best drama "Bugsy." In 1962, he won the award as most promising newcomer. He has received 12 Golden Globe nominations.

Recent Cecil B. DeMille winners include Anthony Hopkins, Robin Williams, Michael Douglas, Gene Hackman, Harrison Ford, Al Pacino, Barbra Streisand and Jack Nicholson.

Traditionally, Miss Golden Globe is the daughter of a well-known celebrity. Lorraine Nicholson's credits include "Click," "The Princess Diaries 2: Royal Engagement" and "Something's Gotta Give."

Nominations for the 64th Globes will be announced Dec. 14. The awards ceremony will be produced by Dick Clark Prods. in association with the HFPA, headed by president Philip Berk. Allen Shapiro and Barry Adelman are executive producers. Chris Donovan is director. Al Schwartz is consulting producer. Ken Shapiro is producer. Ron Weed is co-producer.