The Queen's Birthday Honours List has recognised late teenage cancer fundraiser Stephen Sutton, actress Angelina Jolie and actor Daniel Day-Lewis.
Sutton raised £4m for the Teenage Cancer Trust after the 19-year-old cancer campaigner's story spread awareness on social media. He accepted his honour for services to the charity before his death in May.
Los Angeles-born Jolie has been made an honorary dame for services to UK foreign policy and campaigning to end sexual violence in war zones. Jolie recently met with British Foreign Secretary William Hague at the London summit to end rape in war zones.
Day-Lewis was honoured for services to drama. The star was the first person to win three Best Actor Oscars, for his portrayals of Christy Brown in My Left Foot (1989), Daniel Plainview in There Will Be Blood (2007), and Abraham Lincoln in Lincoln (2012).
Dame Maggie Smith joins the Companions of Honour. Wolf Hall author Hilary Mantel and fashion designer Zandra Rhodes are among the other dames.
Homeland actor Damian Lewis and BBC Radio 4 Gardeners' Question Time presenter Roy Lancaster were handed OBEs.
Singer and broadcaster Cerys Matthews, formerly the frontwoman of Welsh band Catatonia, was honoured with an MBE for her services to music.
Torchwood star John Barrowman was also given an MBE for his services to entertainment as well as his contribution to charity.