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Actor Chris O'Donnell to Receive 2009 Caritas Award
Date:10/20/2009

SANTA MONICA, Calif., Oct. 20 /PRNewswire/ -- Actor Chris O'Donnell will receive the prestigious Caritas Award at the Oct. 24, 2009 Caritas Gala, hosted annually by the Saint John's Health Center Foundation Trustees and the Irene Dunne Guild. Additionally, long-time Saint John's Health Center supporters Waldo and Jean Burnside and Jack and Joan Michel will receive Spirit of Saint John's Awards for their outstanding work and charitable contributions over the years.

While younger than the typical Caritas honoree, O'Donnell was selected for the award because he represents the next generation of Saint John's supporters and community leaders. He has already helped bridge the gap between those currently involved in Saint John's charitable work and younger generations. "Chris is an outstanding role model for the future generation of Saint John's supporters and community leaders, which makes him the perfect honoree for this year's Caritas Gala," said Lou Lazatin, Chief Executive Officer of Saint John's Health Center.

O'Donnell, 39, is currently appearing as Special Agent Callen in the critically-acclaimed NCIS: Los Angeles on CBS. He has had a highly successful movie and TV career that started when he was 14. His movie credits include Scent of a Women with Al Pacino, The Chamber with Gene Hackman, The Bachelor with Renee Zellweger, Kit Kittredge: An American Girl with Abigail Breslin, and Batman Forever and Batman and Robin with George Clooney. He has also appeared as Finn Dandridge on Grey's Anatomy and Jack McAuliffe in The Company.

Throughout his fame and success, O'Donnell has retained his Catholic and deeply rooted family values. He is a firm believer in giving back to the community. In both 2003 and 2004, he co-hosted with Robert Wagner the Saint John's Jimmy Stewart Relay Marathon, an event that benefits the Saint John's Child and Family Development Center. Addit
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