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Maya Rudolph, Adrianne Palicki To Present at Texas Film Awards

Also joining as a presenter is Ellia English, while Mike Judge is set to be the Master or Ceremonies

Maya Rudolph, Ellia English and Adrianne Palicki have been named as the presenters at the Texas Film Awards, joining honorees Michael Barker, Carol Burnett, Jesse Plemons and Chandra Wilson.

Mike Judge is set to be the Master of Ceremonies, while previously announced musical guests include Elijah Wood and Zach Cowle, performing as the DJ duo Wooden Wisdom, as well as Adrian Quesada.

Rudolph, who will be honoring Burnett, is best known for her stint on NBC’s “Saturday Night Live” and “Bridesmaids,” and was recently seen in Tina Fey and Amy Poehler‘s “Sisters.” She will also lend her voice to the upcoming animated film, “The Angry Birds Movie,” which has a May release date.

English will be honoring Wilson and is best known for her role as Aunt Helen on “The Jamie Foxx Show,” as well as being a series regular on “Curb Your Enthusiasm” from 2000 to 2009. Currently, she stars as Nurse Isabel on CBS’ drama, “Code Black.”

Palicki is best known for her portrayal of Tyra Collette on “Friday Night Lights.” She currently stars in Marvel’s “Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.” Other credits include “Legion,” “Red Dawn” and “Baby, Baby, Baby.” She will be presenting to Plemons.

Judge, creator of the series “Silicon Valley” will be the evening’s Master of Ceremonies. He has voiced characters for “South Park,” “Family Guy,” and the “Spy Kids” movie.

It was previously announced that Ethan Hawke will attend the Texas Film Awards to introduce Hall of Fame Honoree and Austin Chronicle Champion of the Arts Award recipient, Michael Barker.

The ensemble cast of Richard Linklater‘s “Everybody Wants Some,” including Tyler Hoechlin and Ryan Guzman, are set to make a special appearance as well.

Presented by HEB, the Texas Film Festival will take place on March 10.


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