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Freeman Honored with UCLA's Spencer Tracy Award

February 22, 2006 (7:37 am) GMT
Morgan Freeman will be honored with UCLA's Spencer Tracy Award, which recognizes outstanding screen performances and professional achievement

Jason Kaminsky, UCLA campus events commissioner, released an announcement Tuesday Feb 21st, 2006 mentioned that the institution is about to honor with UCLA's Spencer Tracy Award, which recognizes outstanding screen performances and professional achievement.

Speaking on that matter Kaminsky said "It was said that Spencer Tracy's natural style set him apart from actors of his time and set performance standards for future generations. We think that the same can be said for the acting of Mr. Freeman." And thus, an award ceremony has been scheduled for March 7.

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