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Veronica Ferres honors John Malkovich life work


Veronica Ferres honors John Malkovich life work

Few can on a such an impressive film career to look back as John Malkovich. With his 60 years of life he has over 30 years of Hollywood behind. For his work, the actor is now the recognition it deserves receives.



On Saturday, John will receive a prize for his life's work. This, he gets awarded at the Zurich Film Festival - from none other than Veronica Ferres, as The Hollywood Reporter. The two have known each other from "Les Misérables", a mini-series with Gérard Depardieu from the 2000 Golden Eye Award means the trophy shall be received at the weekend the actor.

Early 80s began John Malkovich's major film career with the film "The Unknown Witness". Prominences such as "Dangerous Liaisons" (1988), "Mary Reilly" (1996), "Con Air" (1997), "Being John Malkovich" (1999) and "RED" (2010 & 2013) followed. However, not only as an actor joined the two-time Oscar-nominee in appearance. He had previously worked as a writer, producer and director.