ADG taps Marsh for lifetime award

Designer won Oscars for 'Dr. Zhivago,' 'Oliver'

Production designer Terence Marsh, who won Oscars for “Dr. Zhivago” and “Oliver,” has been tapped to receive Art Directors Guild Lifetime Achievement Award.

Kudo will be presented at the 14th Annual Art Directors Guild Awards ceremony on Feb. 13 at the Beverly Hilton.

Previous recipients include Ken Adam, Robert Boyle, Albert Brenner, Henry Bumstead, Roy Christopher, Stuart Craig, Bill Creber, John Mansbridge, Harold Michelson, Jan Scott, Paul Sylbert and Dean Tavoularis

Marsh’s credits include “A Man for All Seasons,” “A Bridge Too Far,” “Sphinx,” “The Hunt for Red October,” “Basic Instinct,” “The Shawshank Redemption,” and “The Green Mile.” He received Oscar noms for “Scrooge” and “Mary, Queen of Scots.”

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