Susan Sarandon to receive charity hero award
Thu, 21 Jun 2012 1:17p.m.
Actress Susan Sarandon is set to be honoured by a top US suicide prevention organisation for her efforts championing gay rights.
Stanley Tucci will present the Thelma & Louise icon with the Trevor Project's Hero Award at a star-studded gala in New York on Monday, in recognition of her support for the cause.
Sarandon says, "It is truly an honour to be recognised by The Trevor Project as a Trevor Hero. All people deserve respect, and young people who are lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender deserve to know that there are people who care for them and who are fighting to make this world a better and more accepting place for them."
Previous recipients of the award include Lady Gaga and Daniel Radcliffe.
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