Fear the Walking Dead’s Kim Dickens will be attending a Gala celebrating Women in Television hosted by LA’s Paley Center on Thursday, October 12th.
Los Angeles’ Paley Center for Media will celebrate and honor the many acclaimed Women in Television in a Gala featuring one of our very own… Fear the Walking Dead’s Madison Clark, Kim Dickens!
Kim Dickens has been a remarkable acting standout, a versatile on-screen presence exuding strength and femininity. A key figure on television for her groundbreaking portrayals of strong passionate women. Ones that don’t play up to expected archetypes. Rather, showcasing a full painting of complexity on their canvas. Three-dimensional. Not losing their feminine side in the process. Secure, real, and most importantly universally relatable.
From Deadwood’s emotionally captivating Joanie Stubbs. Who went from under the grip of brothel owner Cy to seek her independence to Fear the Walking Dead’s leading matriarch.
Madison Clark, the mother willing to do anything to maintain the safety of her children. While in House of Cards we got to meet the stone-willed Kate Baldwin, a reporter tough but fair.
The Paley Center LA will Honor Women in Television at Gala
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The Gala goes down this coming Thursday, October 12th! The Paley Center in Los Angeles will embrace and commemorate all the fantastic women working in Television, including a special tribute to renowned actress Betty White.
Her storied career of work will be honored. An astounding 117 IMDB acting credits to White’s name including household shows like The Golden Girls and The Mary Tyler Moore Show.
Presenters for the night include Olympic Gold Medalist Nadia Comăneci, comedian Wanda Sykes, and actress Kristin Chenoweth just to name a few. From sports, comedy, to film and TV, leading women from all paths will be recognized.
The special night will be held at the Beverly Wilshire Hotel located at 9500 Wilshire Blvd, Beverly Hills. Cocktails will be served at 6:30 p.m. with the main Dinner & Program starting at 7:30 p.m. (Pacific Time).
Attend Paley Center Honors Women in Television Gala
If you’d like to purchase a table or tickets to the Gala mail Deborah Kim at DKim@paleycenter.org or call her at 310.786.1062. Cocktail attire is required to attend the event.