Veteran actor Malcolm McDowell will receive a very special honor next week. McDowell, who is known for his roles in the likes of, A Clockwork Orange, Star Trek Generations, The Artist, etc., will receive the 2012 Lifetime Achievement Award from the sCare Foundation. The sCare Foundation (Suspense Community Allocating Relief and Empowerment) was founded by Malek Akkad. Akkad is the producer of the highly successful Halloween movie franchise. The foundation focuses on issues affecting today’s youth. Among the most pressing of those issues are homelessness and poverty.
In noting the reasons for offering the award to him, Akkad said of McDowell, “Malcolm is an amazing actor and true professional.” He added, “He’s always been an ardent supporter and we’re excited to be able to honor him in this way. Besides being one of our greatest actors, he has always shown unwavering support to our cause, and his generosity and compassion truly appreciated.”
Tickets to the upcoming event are available now. They can be purchased online at https://scarefoundation.ticketbud.com/scare-foundation-2nd-annual-halloween-benefit or at Dark Delicacies (http://www.darkdel.com) in Burbank. The event is being sponsored by Anchor Bay Entertainment, Trancas Films, Compass International Pictures, Weintraub/Tobin, Rubie’s Costumes, Monster Energy Drink, and IRA Capital. It will be held at the Conga Room at L.A. Live.
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