ROBERT De Niro can add another award to the long list hes already won: a lifetime achievement Golden Globe award. The two-time Academy Award-winner has been appearing on the silver screen for more than 40 years and has been in more than 70 movies, as well as starting the Tribeca Film Festival. He will be honoured for his outstanding contribution to the entertainment field, a statement read on Golden Globes website. The 68-year-old actor won Oscars for playing conflicted boxer Jake LaMotta in 1980s Raging Bull and a young Vito Corleone in The Godfather, Part II in 1974. In recent films, he took to playing in comedic caricatures of himself in past movies Meet the Parents. The next film he will appear in is Little Fockers. The award will be presented to him during the next Golden Globe awards show in January. TET Past winners of the Cecil B. DeMille Award include Steven Spielberg, Barbara Streisand, Michael Douglas, Al Pacino, and Martin Scorsese. TET