The organization has chosen the two-time Oscar nominee as this year's recipient of the Britannia Award for Artistic Excellence in International Entertainment. Mirren will pick up the award at the 2004 Britannia Awards Nov. 4 in Beverly Hills.
"She is clearly one of our generation's most respected artists," said BAFTA/LA chairman Gary Dartnall.
Mirren was nominated for a best suporting actress Oscar and a leading actress BAFTA award for "The Madness of King George" in 1994. She was nominated for the Oscar and the BAFTA for supporting acctress in 2001 for "Gosford Park."
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