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Zeta-Jones, Robbins Go To Harvard

Actor Tim Robbins and actress Catherine Zeta-Jones. Both Robbins and Zeta-Jones have been announced as this year's recipients of Harvard University's annual Hasty Pudding awards.
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Hollywood stars Catherine Zeta-Jones and Tim Robbins will be this year's recipients of the annual Hasty Pudding awards, given by a student drama group at Harvard University.

The awards, announced Wednesday, are given to performers who have made a "lasting and impressive contribution to the world of entertainment," by Hasty Pudding Theatricals, the oldest undergraduate drama troupe in the United States.

Zeta-Jones will lead a parade through the streets of Harvard Square on Feb. 10 with Harvard students dressed in drag. Robbins will appear Feb. 17 at the opening night performance of "Terms of Frontierment."

Zeta-Jones, 35, earned a best supporting actress Oscar for her role in the film "Chicago" and has starred in "The Terminal," "Ocean's Twelve," "Traffic," "The Mask Of Zorro," and "Intolerable Cruelty." She is married to actor Michael Douglas.

Robbins, 46, earned a best supporting actor Oscar for his work in "Mystic River." He has also appeared in "The Shawshank Redemption," "The Player," "Bob Roberts," and "Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me." His partner of 17 years is actress Susan Sarandon.

Zeta-Jones and Robbins both appeared in the 2000 film "High Fidelity."

Last year's recipients were Sandra Bullock and Robert Downey, Jr.