SACRAMENTO — Gov. Jerry Brown and First Lady Anne Gust Brown, along with the California Museum, announced the 10th class of inductees to the California Hall of Fame on Oct. 3.
The newest class of inspirational individuals will join 96 Californians previously inducted for exemplifying California’s spirit of innovation.
The new inductees are acclaimed author Isabel Allende; film icon Harrison Ford; baseball legend Tony Gwynn; distinguished artist and social justice advocate Corita Kent; former U.S. secretary of defense and nuclear deterrence expert William J. Perry; groundbreaking journalist and former first lady of California Maria Shriver; music business pioneer Russ Solomon; and celebrated actor and activist George Takei.
“These individuals exemplify the unique and boundless creativity of California,” the governor said. “Their work has enriched the lives of others and remains an inspiration to all Californians.”
Inductees, who will attend in person, and