Hal Holbrook, a Tony winner for Mark Twain Tonight!, was presented with the Actors Fund's Julie Harris Lifetime Achievement Award at the annual Tony Awards Party in Los Angeles on June 12.
The event, held at the Skirball Cultural Center, was produced and written by Marc Cherry and David Rambo and hosted by actress Marilu Henner.
In addition to his Tony-winning role in Mark Twain Tonight!, Holbrook's other Broadway credits include An American Daughter; Does a Tiger Wear a Necktie?; I Never Sang for My Father; The Apple Tree; Man of La Mancha; The Glass Menagerie; Tartuffe; Incident at Vichy; Marco Millions; After the Fall; and Do You Know the Milky Way?. Holbrook is also a five-time Emmy Award winner and an Academy Award nominee for "Into the Wild."
Here's a look at the party:
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