Anjelica Huston hasn't reached the age of retirement yet, but she's putting her name and prestige behind a charity walking event designed to improve retirement living conditions.
The Oscar award winner has been named the honorary chairwoman for this year's Walk of Ages, where proceeds benefit retirement living communities in Los Angeles.
This is the tenth year that the walk has been conduced, and people who are interested in participating can join Huston and 1,000 others as they start at Eisenberg Village Campus in the San Fernando as they warm up for the event starting at 7 a.m.
on December 6.
"Anjelica Huston is one of this country's most important artists, which makes this a perfect pairing for one of this country's most vital issues - providing for the physical, mental and spiritual well-being of our aging population," said Walk Chair Shelly Markman.
Huston has expressed delight at being able to participate in efforts to "care for our community's seniors," and the Oscar-award winning actress will join Lee Majors and Jon Voight, who have headlined previous events.