BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. (AP) – Actors Lindsay Lohan and Mark Ruffalo were among the Hollywood stars honored Sunday night at the 12th annual Diversity Awards.

The gala, presented by the nonprofit Multicultural Motion Picture Association at the Beverly Hills Hotel, gave teen queen Lohan its Female Nova Award. Ruffalo, whose credits include “Collateral” and “You Can Count on Me,” received the Integrity award.

The Diversity Awards celebrate diverse achievements in film and television.

Also recognized were up-and-coming actors Derek Luke, Kimberly Elise and John Cho. The cast of the NBC’s hit sitcom “Will & Grace” received the Favorite Comedy Ensemble Award while producers of “ER” garnered the Favorite Television Ensemble Award.

Sunday’s awards were hosted by actors Benito Martinez and Angelica Bridges.


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