The 2018 ICON Awards at the 3rd Annual Roger Neal Style Hollywood Oscar Gala

Burt Ward, Lou Ferrigno, Lee Meriwether and Roger Neal. Photo credit: William Kidston Photography
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March 6, 2018

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The 2018 ICON Awards took place at the exquisite 3rd Annual Roger Neal Style Hollywood (RNSH) Oscar Viewing Black Tie Dinner Gala and it’s accompanying Celebrity Gift Suite on Oscar evening, Sunday March 4th 2018 at the Hollywood Museum. Veteran publicist Edward Lozzi– it’s PR director- joined RNSH in presenting the RNSH ICON Awards before the Oscar broadcast. The opulent evening was presented by Suzan Hughes Education Foundation S.H.E.

Theunparalleled legendary Hollywood publicists Roger Neal & Ed Lozzi.
The unparalleled legendary Hollywood publicists Roger Neal & Ed Lozzi.

Guests dined on a white gloved dinner prepared by chef Paul Shoemaker of Montresor while watching the Academy Awards on numerous screens. Glamour Bonbonier Chocolatier had their chocolate Mini Oscar statues dusted with gold and gourmet chocolates for the stars, and special chocolates for the gift bags. Dessert was created by Chef Turok of Mascarpone Cheesecake with his Gourmet Cheesecake made just for the special Oscar Viewing Dinner. Over 80 Motion Picture & TV Stars Attended  – Many Are Academy Voting Members and Oscar Winners and Nominees.

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Actress Suzan Hughes. Photo Credit: William Kidston Photography

The 2018 ICON Awards Honorees were actress Renée Taylor, actress Marion Ross, actor Burt Ward, producer Karen Kramer and The Pointer Sisters hit recording artists.

Oscar Nominee Renee Taylor was presented her ICON Award by actress Fran Drescher 

Actress Renée Taylor (The Nanny). Photo Credit: William Kidston Photography
Actress Renée Taylor (The Nanny). Photo Credit: William Kidston Photography

Batman’s Burt Ward Presented by Lou Ferrigno –

Actor Burt Ward (Batman) and Tracy Ward. Photo credit: William Kidston Photography
Actor Burt Ward (Batman) and Tracy Ward. Photo credit: William Kidston Photography
Lou Ferrigo (The Incredible Hulk).
Lou Ferrigno (The Incredible Hulk). Photo credit: William Kidston Photography

Happy Days Marion Ross Presented by Donny Most and Anson Williams – 

Actress Marion Ross (Happy Days). Photo credit: William Kidston Photography
Actress Marion Ross (Happy Days). Photo credit: William Kidston Photography

Recording Stars The Pointer Sisters Presented by Carol Connors

The Pointer Sisters. Photo credit: William Kidston Photography
The Pointer Sisters. Photo credit: William Kidston Photography
Singer Carol Conners. Photo credit: William Kidston Photography
Singer Carol Conners. Photo credit: William Kidston Photography

Ed Asner – Producer Karen Kramer Presented by Oscar Winner Lou Gossett Jr.

Actor Ed Photo credit: William Kidston Photography
Actor Ed Asner. Photo credit: William Kidston Photography
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Actor Lou Gossett Jr. Photo credit: William Kidston Photography
Ed Asner and producer Kat Kramer. Photo credit: William Kidston Photography
Ed Asner and producer Kat Kramer. Photo credit: William Kidston Photography

More Highlights:

Loretta Swit, Ed Asner and Roger Neal. Photo credit: William Kidston Photography
Loretta Swit, Ed Asner and Roger Neal. Photo credit: William Kidston Photography
Director Christy Oldham (Barracuda). Photo credit: William Kidston Photography
Director Christy Oldham (Barracuda). Photo credit: William Kidston Photography
Gloria Allred and Katherine Fugate. Photo credit: William Kidston Photography
Gloria Allred and Katherine Fugate. Photo credit: William Kidston Photography
Comedian Judy Tenuta. Photo credit: William Kidston Photography
Comedian Judy Tenuta. Photo credit: William Kidston Photography
Carolyn Hennesy. Photo credit: William Kidston Photography
Carolyn Hennesy. Photo credit: William Kidston Photography
Burt Ward, Lou Ferrigo, Lee Meriwether and Roger Neal. Photo credit: William Kidston Photography
Burt Ward, Lou Ferrigno, Lee Meriwether and Roger Neal. Photo credit: William Kidston Photography
Camila Banus. Photo credit: William Kidston Photography
Camila Banus. Photo credit: William Kidston Photography
Sofia Milos. Photo credit: William Kidston Photography
Sofia Milos. Photo credit: William Kidston Photography
Courtney Stodden. Photo credit: William Kidston Photography
Courtney Stodden. Photo credit: William Kidston Photography
Christine Devine and Sean McNabb. Photo credit: William Kidston Photography
Christine Devine and Sean McNabb. Photo credit: William Kidston Photography
Dawn Wells. Photo credit: William Kidston Photography
Dawn Wells. Photo credit: William Kidston Photography
The Roger Neal party guests. Photo credit: William Kidston Photography
The Roger Neal party guests. Photo credit: William Kidston Photography
Celeste Thorson. Photo credit: William Kidston Photography
Celeste Thorson. Photo credit: William Kidston Photography
Vape Warz Director Christy Oldham. Photo credit: William Kidston
Vape Warz Director Christy Oldham. Photo credit: William Kidston
Charlene Tilton. Photo credit: William Kidston Photography
Charlene Tilton. Photo credit: William Kidston Photography
Dee Wallace. Photo credit: William Kidston Photography
Dee Wallace. Photo credit: William Kidston Photography
Dorian Davis. Photo credit: William Kidston Photography
Dorian Davis. Photo credit: William Kidston Photography
Gloria Allred.
Gloria Allred. Photo credit: William Kidston Photography
The Future Is Female Table: (LtoR Gloria Allred, Katherine Fugate, Leigh Goodoff and Christy Oldham. Photo credit: William Kidston
The Future Is Female Table: (L-R) Gloria Allred, Katherine Fugate, Leigh Goodoff and Christy Oldham. Photo credit: William Kidston
Gloria Garayua. Photo credit: William Kidston Photography
Gloria Garayua. Photo credit: William Kidston Photography
James Dumont. Photo credit: William Kidston Photography
James Dumont. Photo credit: William Kidston Photography
Jo Anne Wolery. Photo credit: William Kidston Photography
Jo Anne Wolery. Photo credit: William Kidston Photography
Joey Paulk. Photo credit: William Kidston Photography
Joey Paulk. Photo credit: William Kidston Photography
Kate Linder. Photo credit: William Kidston Photography
Kate Linder. Photo credit: William Kidston Photography
Jorge Ameer. Photo credit: William Kidston Photography
Jorge Ameer. Photo credit: William Kidston Photography
Kelly Hu. Photo credit: William Kidston Photography
Kelly Hu. Photo credit: William Kidston Photography
Kelsey Scott. Photo credit: William Kidston Photography
Kelsey Scott. Photo credit: William Kidston Photography
Kira Reed Lorsch and Paul Sorvino with wife Dee Dee. Photo credit: William Kidston Photography
Kira Reed Lorsch and Paul Sorvino with wife Dee Dee. Photo credit: William Kidston Photography
Lili Bordan. Photo credit: William Kidston Photography
Lili Bordan. Photo credit: William Kidston Photography
Mara New. Photo credit: William Kidston Photography
Mara New. Photo credit: William Kidston Photography
Margaret Avery. Photo credit: William Kidston Photography
Margaret Avery. Photo credit: William Kidston Photography
Martin Klebb. Photo credit: William Kidston Photography
Martin Klebb. Photo credit: William Kidston Photography
Renee Lawless. Photo credit: William Kidston Photography
Renee Lawless. Photo credit: William Kidston Photography
Selfie! Photo credit: William Kidston Photography
Selfie! Photo credit: William Kidston Photography
Wendy Braun. Photo credit: William Kidston Photography
Wendy Braun. Photo credit: William Kidston Photography

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Christy was educated in Paris at École des hautes études commerciales de Paris (HEC Paris), an international business school in France and studied film and television at LACC (Los Angeles Community College). She is a business owner, published author and a critically acclaimed independent filmmaker. Her 20 year body of cinema work to date includes 2 feature films, 15 short films and one web series. She is a writer, producer, director, cinematographer, actress and editor. Her headlining film credit includes the vigilante feature film "Barracuda" (Released in 2014 by Maverick Entertainment Group) which earned her critical filmmaker acclaim including 3 Best Picture awards at multiple U.S. film festivals. In 2017, she directed 3 episodes of the post-apocalyptic web series "Vape Warz", which she also wrote and produced. It premiered at the 2017 Mediterranean Film festival Cannes in the south of France and received an Honorable Mention for Best Web Series and is now streaming on Amazon. In 2019, she released her first foreign short film "Perdu à France" ("Lost In Provence")- also streaming on Amazon. She lives in Los Angeles.

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