TV and Movie Actress is Harvard’s Hasty Pudding Woman of the Year

January 19, 2011  •  Post A Comment

An acclaimed television and movie actress who is in the running for an Oscar nomination has been selected by Harvard University as its Hasty Pudding Woman of the Year, USA Today reports.

Julianne Moore, a likely Academy Award nominee for the indie hit "The Kids Are All Right," already has four other Oscar nominations, including two in 2003–for her lead role in “Far From Heaven” and for a supporting role in “The Hours.” She is also seen in a recurring guest role on NBC’s "30 Rock" as Alec Baldwin’s Boston lover, Nancy, and she won a Daytime Emmy in 1988 as outstanding ingenue in the CBS soap “As the World Turns.”

As per the Hasty Pudding tradition, Moore will lead a parade through the streets of Cambridge, Mass., and then be presented with her Pudding Pot on Jan. 27.

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  1. Knowing Hasty Pudding, I’m sure much of her award ceremony will center on Moore’s role as Amber Waves in Boogie Nights. :-)

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