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Celebrities, Executives, Honored at Oceana Partners Award Gala

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cage.jpgOceana, the nonprofit international advocacy organization dedicated to protecting and restoring the world’s oceans honored actor Pierce Brosnan and his wife, Keely Shaye Smith, ABC Entertainment president Stephen McPherson, Annett Wolf, president of PR firm Wolf-Kasteler-Van Iden & Associates, and filmmaker James Cameron at their annual Partners Award Gala last week in Beverly Hills.

Ted Danson, Nicholas Cage, Salma Hayek, Ron Meyer and Jamie Lee Curtis were on hand to present the awards. The gala, took place Nov. 9 at the Esquire House 360 in Beverly Hills. The event honored individuals who have made outstanding contributions through their personal commitment to the cause of protecting our oceans. Jason Priestley, Alyson Hannigan and husband Alexis Denisof, James Denton, Lindsay Sloane, Kate Walsh, and Mary Steenburgen were also on hand to show their support for the oceans. Below are some additional images from the event. Click to expand — captions coming soon!

Please visit the Oceana website for more information. Oceans around the world are precariously on the verge of collapse (No more Sushi by 2048..) and anything you can do to contribute would be greatly appreciated.

2006 Oceana Partner Awards GalaAlyson Hanigan, Ted DansonPierce Brosnan and  his wife, Keely Shaye Smith

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Photo Credit: Oceana photos c/o Chris Jurgenson, CJ Productions

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