LOS ANGELES Jodie Foster is adding a new trophy to her collection a lifetime-achievement honor at the Golden Globes.
The Hollywood Foreign Press Association announced Thursday that Foster will receive the group's Cecil B. DeMille Award at the 70th annual Globes ceremony Jan. 13.
Foster, 49, is a two-time Globes and Academy Award winner. She was honored with leading actress trophies at both ceremonies for 1991s The Silence of the Lambs and 1988s The Accused, which she won in a three-way tie at the Globes with Sigourney Weaver for Gorillas in the Mist and Shirley MacLaine for Madame Sousatzka.
DeMille Award winners are chosen by the board of directors for the foreign press group. It includes about 90 reporters who cover Hollywood for overseas outlets.
Jodie is a multifaceted woman that has achieved immeasurable amounts of success and will continue to do so in her career, said HFPA president Aida Takla-OReilly. Her ambition, exuberance and grace have helped pave the way for budding artists in this business. Shes truly one of a kind.
Foster has appeared in more than 40 films. She began her career at 3 years old, starring in a Coppertone commercial, and went on to act in such movies as Alice Doesnt Live Here Anymore, Taxi Driver, Nell, The Brave One and Carnage. She also directed the films Little Man Tate, Home for the Holidays and The Beaver. Her next role is as a government official in director Neil Blomkamps sci-fi saga Elysium with Matt Damon.
The announcement was made Thursday by Takla-OReilly, The Mentalist star Simon Baker and Kristen Stewart, who appeared with Foster in 2002s The Panic Room.
The DeMille Award went to Morgan Freeman earlier this year. Past winners include Robert De Niro, Steven Spielberg, Barbra Streisand, Jack Nicholson and Clint Eastwood.
The Globes, Hollywoods second-biggest movie awards after the Oscars, will air live on NBC next year.