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Patricia Arquette Set to Receive Monte Carlo TV Fest’s Lifetime Award

PARIS– Patricia Arquette, who earned an Oscar and Golden Globe awards for her perf in “Boyhood,” is set to receive a Lifetime Achievement nod at the 55th Monte Carlo TV Festival.

Arquette, who will be on hand at Monte Carlo to promote her show “CSI: Cyber,” will be honored with the Crystal Nymph Award during the opening ceremony on Saturday.

“Patricia is one of today’s most talented dramatic actresses, and it is an honor to present our prestigious award to an Academy, Emmy and Golden Globe Award winning performer,” said Laurent Puons, the CEO of Monte Carlo TV fest.

Added Puons, “Patricia is a truly international actress, and she will add star wattage to this milestone edition of the Monte Carlo Television Festival.”

Monte Carlo festival, which has gained momentum since the arrival of Puons in 2012, will kick off with the French premiere of “Empire” and will screen a flurry of anticipated shows such as “Aquarius” and “Texas Rising.”

The festival runs June 13-18.

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