Jenna Elfman Returning as Host of Crystal & Lucy Awards
This year's event will honor Laura Linney, the "Mad Men" cast, George Lucas, Sofia Coppola, Hailee Steinfeld and Rachel Morrison.
Jenna Elfman is returning as host of the 2013 Crystal & Lucy Awards, set for June 12 at the Beverly Hilton.
Elfman, who most recently starred in NBC's comedy 1600 Penn, also hosted last year's event.
As previously announced, Laura Linney, the female stars of Mad Men, George Lucas, Sofia Coppola, Hailee Steinfeld and cinematographer Rachel Morrison will be honored at the dinner.
The theme of this year's event, "Close Up," celebrates the 40th anniversary of Women in Film, Los Angeles, and will "take a close look at the organization's history and accomplishments, focusing on where women are in the media industries today and examining exactly what WIF needs to do, directionally and programmatically, to be a vital voice in all industry discussions, especially where gender parity is concerned. "
As announced Wednesday, previous Crystal & Lucy Awards honorees and others planning to attend include Shohreh Aghdashloo, Amy Brenneman, Diahann Carroll, Stockard Channing, Martha Coolidge, Kristin Davis, Kate Flannery, Lucy Fisher, Holly Hunter, Gale Anne Hurd, Diane Lane, Cloris Leachman, Debra Messing, Chloe Grace Moretz, Lauren Shuler Donner, Sharon Stone, Mary Tyler Moore, Kate Walsh, Diane Warren and Matthew Weiner.
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