Life Eddie Murphy receives Lifetime Achievement Award By weekster Posted on January 2, 2020 1 min read Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Eddie Murphy (58) will soon receive the Critics’ Choice Lifetime Achievement Award. The Hollywood actor receives the oevre award for his entire acting career, including his recent role of Rudy Ray Moore in the biographical Netflix film Dolemite Is My Name with which the American comedian also competes for a Golden Globe. The Critics’ Choice Awards are the prizes of a group of television and film reviewers. The organization believes that Murphy is commercially the most successful African American actor in film history. For the past thirty years, he has played in several Hollywood productions that have raised more than $ 100 million, including Beverly Hills Cop and Daddy Day Care. Other hits with Murphy in the lead role are 48 HRS, Trading Places, Coming to America, Harlem Nights, Bowfinger, The Nutty Professor and Shrek. Eddie Murphy receives the oeuvre prize on 12 January in Santa Monica. The Golden Globes will be awarded on January 5 in Beverly Hills.