Steve Martin will receive quite a Lifetime Achievement award. He is a popular comedian and actor. But as a writer is when he came to notice for the Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour and he will become the forty third person of the American Film Institute’s Lifetime Achievement Award. Martin has become has succeeded in more during his career, he has become also become an author, playwright, pianist and banjo player.
The Star, who acted in Cheaper By the Dozen will be receiving the film industry’s top honor on June 4, 2015,
according to an announcement made by AFI chair Sir Howard Stringer.
“Steve Martin is an American original,” said Stringer in the release. “From a wild and crazy stand-up comic to one who stands tall among the great figures in this American art form, he is a multi-layered creative force bound by neither convention nor caution… AFI is proud to present him with its 43rd Life Achievement Award.”
The award at most is for actors known for dramatic films, however Martin is just one of the few comedians to attain this achievement.
AFI is still to announce who will be presenting the award in June, 2014.