Julia Roberts to Be Presenter at Tony Awards

Julia Roberts may not have received a Tony nomination for her Broadway debut in "Three Days of Rain," but the actress will be on stage at the 60th annual Tony Awards when they are presented June 11 at Radio City Music Hall.

Roberts will be among the starry presenters during the three-hour show, which will be televised by CBS. Also announced Monday as presenting awards for the best of the 2005-06 Broadway season: Ralph Fiennes, Eric McCormack, Cynthia Nixon, Martin Short, Alfre Woodard and Anna Paquin.

No host has been announced yet.

The Antoinette Perry Tony Awards, founded in 1947 by the American Theatre Wing, are presented by the Wing and the League of American Theatres and Producers.