The Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy and Horror Films will present special awards to Malcolm McDowell, Bryan Fuller, Gregory Nicotero and Marc Cushman at this year’s 40th Annual Saturn Awards.

McDowell will be presented with the Life Career Award for his roles in Stanley Kubrick’s sci-fi thriller “A Clockwork Orange,” “O Lucky Man,” “Royal Flash,” Paul Schrader’s “Cat People,” and “Star Trek: Generations.”

Executive producer and writer of NBC’s “Hannibal,” Fuller joins the list with the Dan Curtis Legacy Award, which is annually presented in honor of legendary producer and director Dan Curtis (“Dark Shadows”).

Special make-up FX creator Nicotero will be honored with the George Pal Memorial Award. He is the co-founder of K.N.B. Effects Group and has worked on projects including “Day of the Dead,” “From Dusk Till Dawn” “The Green Mile,” “Kill Bill, Volume 1 & 2” and “Oz the Great and Powerful.” Nicotero is also of executive producer and director on episodes of AMC’s “The Walking Dead”.

The Special Recognition Award will go to Cushman for his recent book publications on Star Trek. Cushman’s first book was printed at 600 pages and the second one was published at 688 pages.  The third book will be published later this year.

All special award recipients are confirmed to attend the Saturn Awards and accept their honors on stage.

The Saturn Awards will be presented at the Castaway Starlight Ballroom on June 26.