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Tom Hanks and Gary Goetzman to Be Honored at Producers Guild Awards

October 12, 2010 (6:52 am) GMT
The actor and his business partner will be handed the coveted Norman Lear Achievement Award in Television for their company produced TV hits.

America's top film moguls have unanimously agreed to honor and his business partner Gary Goetzman at the Producers Guild Awards in January 2011. The pair will be handed the coveted Norman Lear Achievement Award in Television at the 22nd annual prize giving on January 22 at the Century Plaza in Los Angeles.

Hanks and Goetzman are the founders of Playtone Productions - the company behind TV hits "", "Band of Brothers" and "". Past recipients of the Norman Lear prize include Jerry Bruckheimer, Aaron Spelling and David E. Kelley.

Chair of ceremonies, Paula Wagner, said as quoted by Variety, "Tom and Gary are extraordinarily talented producers who have changed the television landscape with extremely unique, award-winning programming. They consistently deliver intelligent, thoughtful entertainment that has made a tremendous worldwide impact on the industry; we look forward to honoring their remarkable achievements."

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