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The Monte-Carlo Television Festival has its 60th Anniversary in Los Angeles
The Monte-Carlo Television Festival will celebrate its 60th anniversary next June in Monaco. But the festivities have already begun with an exceptional evening organised in Los Angeles on Wednesday 5th February in the presence of numerous actors and prestigious guests!
This year, to celebrate its anniversary, the Festival has seen things in a big way! An exceptional evening at the Sunset Tower Hotel in Los Angeles brought together a plethora of stars from the American cinema and jet-set in the presence of H.S.H. Prince Albert II of Monaco
Many actors such as Melody Thomas Scott (Nikki) and Eric Braeden (Victor) from The Young and the Restless were present.
The actress Denise Richards (The Bold and the Beautiful), who honoured us with her presence at the last Festival was also there, accompanied by her husband Aaron Phypers.
Jason Priestley of Beverly Hills and his wife Naomi Lowde were also part of the party.
The cast of Shadowplay (Taylor Kitsch and Tuppence Middleton), which will have its world premiere at the opening ceremony of the 60th Festival, was also present with director Mans Marlind!
On the celebrity side, many also showed up, such as Caitlyn Jenner, Anne Sweeney, Co-CEO of Disney Media Networks and President of the Disney-ABC Television Group, comedian Cedric the Entertainer and It-girl Lady Victoria Hervey!
A glamorous and glittering evening that promises an equally exceptional 60th edition of the Festival!
See you next June for even more festivities and celebrities!
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Originally created by Prince Rainier III of Monaco, and now under the Honorary Presidency of Prince Albert II of Monaco, The Monte-Carlo Television Festival has, for more than half a century, presented the very best of television from around the world.