Anne Hathaway, Cissy Houston, Eli Manning and Ed Harris will be inducted into the New Jersey Hall of Fame, Oct. 18, in a pre-recorded one-hour broadcast on television, radio and social media platforms.
They are among the hall’s biggest class yet, with 29 honorees (nine in the “Arts & Entertainment” category alone). Thirteen of the honorees — including cartoonist Charles Addams, comedian Ernie Kovacs, writer Stephen Crane and Star-Ledger editor Mort Pye — will be inducted posthumously.
Here are the inductees. Asterisks (*) denote posthumous inductees.
ARTS & LETTERS
Sister Jane Brady
General Martin Dempsey
The Borg Family
Robert Mulcahy III
ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT
Mary Chapin Carpenter
The Nelson Family (Ozzie, Harriet and Ricky)*
The following were nominated but NOT chosen for induction: George Walker, Gay Talese, Anne Morrow Lindbergh, Richard Stockton, William Paterson, John Scher, Paul Volcker, Paul Anka, Buddy Hackett, George Benson, Craig Biggio, Mike Trout and Monte Irvin.
For information, visit njhalloffame.org.
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