Eddie Murphy to Receive Lifetime Achievement Award at the 25th Critics’ Choice Awards
Eddie Murphy is set to be honored with the Lifetime Achievement Award at the 25th Annual Critics' Choice Awards this year, which airs on January 12, 2020, from the Barker Hangar in Santa Monica, California.
After decades in the industry, Eddie Murphy will be receiving the Lifetime Achievement Award at the 25th Annual Critics' Choice Awards for his stellar portrayal of many iconic roles through the years.
The gala will be hosted by film, stage, and television star Taye Diggs, and can be viewed on the CW on Sunday, January 12, at 7:00 PM ET.
Murphy is considered one of the most commercially successful African-American actors of all time, as is one of the industry's top-five box-office performers overall.
AN ICONIC ENTERTAINER
He is on the shortlist of entertainers who have starred in multiple $100 million movies in the past three decades, including "Daddy Day Care" and "Beverly Hills Cops."
While leading a colorful career in the movie industry, Eddie recently expressed his intent to revive his stand-up comedy career.
EDDIE MURPHY'S DISTINGUISHED ROLES
Murphy's other notable roles include those in "48 Hours," "Coming to America," "Harlem Nights," "Trading Places," "The Distinguished Gentleman," "The Nutty Professor," "Bowfinger," and "Shrek."
This year, he wrapped production of "Coming 2 America," the highly-anticipated sequel to the hit '80s movie, and the Netflix film "Dolemite Is My Name," where he brilliantly portrayed Rudy Ray Moore.
Eddie Murphy talks his past 'cringey' jokes: 'I can't believe I said that' https://t.co/qCPUZqVjFX— Entertainment Weekly (@EW) December 30, 2019
EDDIE MURPHY'S RETURN TO STAND-UP COMEDY
His portrayal of Rudy Ray Moore might have sparked a sudden inspiration for Eddie Murphy, as while leading a colorful career in the movie industry, Eddie recently expressed his intent to revive his stand-up comedy career.
Eddie Murphy's career is getting the recognition it deserves at the upcoming Critics' Choice Awards. https://t.co/nChoslLy2A— Entertainment Tonight (@etnow) December 31, 2019
From a fellow comedian to another, Jamie Foxx told him that the first thing he needs to do is fix his house. Baffled by the comment, Jamie explained that Murphy's house is "too perfect" with all the scented candles there, and he needs to be "imperfectly funny."
After decades in the industry, Eddie Murphy seems to only be getting started, and that's something his fans are delighted to hear as he's been releasing project after project.