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Now that we've given all our performances, we can indulge in Alternate Oscar trivia!  If you look around Wikipedia you can find lists of winners by age in each acting category.  You can also find on each category page the youngest and oldest nominee.  Let's start with Best Supporting Actress category.  The first winner would, of course, been the oldest and youngest winner.  Over time we can see the Youngest and Oldest winners grow younger and older over time:

Gale Sondegaard   1936  Anthony Adverse   38 Years, 17 Days

Older

Alice Brady 1937  In Old Chicago   45 Years, 128 Days
Jane Darwell   1940   The Grapes of Wrath  61 Years, 135 Days
Ethel Barrymore   1944  None But the Lonely Heart   65 Years, 212 Days
Josephine Hull  1950  Harvey   74 Years, 85 Days
Peggy Ashcroft   1984   Passage to India  77 Years, 93 Days

Younger

Mary Astor   1941  The Great Lie   35 Years, 299 Days
Teresa Wright   1942  Mrs. Miniver  24 Years, 128 Days
Anne Baster   1945  The Razor's Edge  23 Years, 310 Days
Patty Duke   1962  The Miracle Worker   16 Years, 115 Days
Tatum O'Neal  1973  Paper Moon  10 Years, 148 Days

Oldest Nominee  Gloria Stuart  1997  Titanic 87
 
So that's the actual winners.  When I started my list, I gave winners for supporting characters in 1932-33, but then didn't resume until

Margaret Dumont   1932-1933  Duck Soup   51 Years, 147 Days
 
Older
 
Ruth Gordon  1968  Rosemary's Baby  72 Years, 166 Days
Peggy Ashcroft   1984   Passage to India  77 Years, 93 Days

Younger

Paulette Goddard  1936  Modern Times  26 Years, 264 Days
Olivia de Havilland   1938  The Adventures of Robin Hood    22 years, 237 Days
Margaret O'Brien  1944  Meet me in St. Louis  8 Years, 59 Days

Oldest nominee  Danielle Darrieux  2007  Persepolis  90

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I’ve added some more individuals to my Best of Year lists. And here they are:

1940

Best Actor-Laurence Olivier, Rebecca

 

1941

Best Supporting Actor-Nigel Bruce, Suspicion

 

1942

Best Actor-Red Skelton, Ship Ahoy

Best Supporting Actor-Bert Lahr, Ship Ahoy

Best Supporting Actress-Virginia O’Brien, Ship Ahoy

 

1944

Best Actress-Ann Sheridan, The Doughgirls; Alexis Smith, The Doughgirls; Jane Wyman, The Doughgirls

Best Supporting Actor-Alan Hale, Make Your Own Bed; Dennis Morgan, The Doughgirls; Charles Ruggles, The Doughgirls

Best Supporting Actress-Eve Arden, The Doughgirls; Irene Manning, The Doughgirls

 

1945

Best Supporting Actor-Cyril Raymond, Brief Encounter

Best Supporting Actress-Joyce Carey, Brief Encounter

 

1946

Best Actor-Edward G. Robinson, The Stranger, Orson Welles, The Stranger

Best Actress-Loretta Young, The Stranger

Best Supporting Actor-Billy House, The Stranger; Richard Long, The Stranger; Konstantin Shayne, The Stranger

 

1949

Best Actress-Doris Day, It’s a Great Feeling

 

1955

Best Supporting Actor-Danny Green, The Ladykillers

 

1960

Best Supporting Actor-Marc Connelly, Tall Story; James Drury, Pollyanna; Karl Malden, Pollyanna; Adolphe Menjou, Pollyanna; Ray Walston, Tall Story

Best Supporting Actress-Agnes Moorehead, Pollyanna; Nancy Olson, Pollyanna; Reta Shaw, Pollyanna; Jane Wyman, Pollyanna

Best Juvenile Performance-Hayley Mills, Pollyanna

 

1975

Best Actress-Diana Ross, Mahogany

Best Supporting Actor-Graham Chapman, Monty Python and the Holy Grail; Terry Gilliam, Monty Python and the Holy Grail; Eric Idle, Monty Python and the Holy Grail; Anthony Perkins, Mahogany; Billy Dee Williams, Mahogany

Best Supporting Actress-Connie Booth, Monty Python and the Holy Grail; Carol Cleveland, Monty Python and the Holy Grail

 

1989

Best Supporting Actor-Beau Bridges, The Fabulous Baker Boys

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Here are my sort of runner-ups to my Best of All-Time lists. They just missed making the final cut:

Best Actor

Dana Andrews, A Walk in the Sun (1945)

Richard Burton, Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? (1966)

Gary Busey, The Buddy Holly Story (1978)

James Cagney, White Heat (1949)

Gary Cooper, High Noon (1952)

Errol Flynn, The Adventures of Robin Hood (1938)

Henry Fonda, 12 Angry Men (1957)*

Jamie Foxx, Ray (2004)

Jake Gyllenhaal, October Sky (1999)

Dustin Hoffman, The Graduate (1967)

C. Thomas Howell, The Outsiders (1983)

James Mason, Julius Caesar (1953)

Matthew McConaughey, Dallas Buyer’s Club (2013)

Robert Mitchum, The Story of G.I. Joe (1945)

Guy Pearce, L.A. Confidential (1997)

Gregory Peck, To Kill a Mockingbird (1962)

Anthony Perkins, Psycho (1960)

Sidney Poitier, A Patch of Blue (1965)

Sidney Poitier, The Defiant Ones (1958)

James Stewart, Rear Window (1954)

Orson Welles, Citizen Kane (1941)

Gene Wilder, Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory (1971)

 

Best Actress

Julie Andrews, The Sound of Music (1965)

Anne Bancroft, The Graduate (1967)

Ingrid Bergman, Casablanca (1942)

Judi Dench, Philomena (2013)

Faye Dunaway, Network (1976)

Sally Field, Norma Rae (1979)

Jodie Foster, The Silence of the Lambs (1991)

Pam Grier, Jackie Brown (1997)

Katharine Hepburn, The Philadelphia Story (1940)

Felicity Huffman, Transamerica (2005)

Diane Keaton, Looking for Mr. Goodbar (1977)

Nicole Kidman, Rabbit Hole (2010)

Diane Lane, A Walk on the Moon (1999)

Helen Mirren, The Queen (2006)

Millie Perkins, The Diary of Anne Frank (1959)

Saoirse Ronan, Brooklyn (2015)

Elizabeth Taylor, Cat on a Hot Tin Roof (1958)

 

Best Supporting Actor   

Alan Arkin, Wait Until Dark (1967)

Jeff Bridges, The Last Picture Show (1971)

Jeff Corey, True Grit (1969)

Peter Cushing, Star Wars (1977)

Matt Dillon, The Outsiders (1983)

Robert Downey Jr., Zodiac (2007)

John Gielgud, The Loved One (1965)

Crispin Glover, River’s Edge (1986)

Jackie Earle Haley, Little Children (2006)

Dennis Haysbert, Far from Heaven (2002)

Philip Seymour Hoffman, Almost Famous (2000)

Henry Jones, The Bad Seed (1956)

Lee Marvin, The Man Who Shot Liberty Valence (1962)

Sal Mineo, Rebel Without a Cause (1955)

Gary Oldman, JFK (1991)

Joe Pesci, Goodfellas (1990)

Akim Tamiroff, Ocean’s 11 (1960)

Ernest Thesiger, Bride of Frankenstein (1935)

Henry Travers, Shadow of a Doubt (1943)

Eli Wallach, The Good, the Bad and the Ugly (1966)

Orson Welles, The Long, Hot Summer (1958)

James Whitmore, The Shawshank Redemption (1994)

Robin Williams, Good Will Hunting (1997)

Treat Williams, Hair (1979)

 

Best Supporting Actress

Lauren Bacall, The Mirror Has Two Faces (1996)

Cate Blanchett, Notes on a Scandal (2006)

Melinda Dillon, Close Encounters of the Third Kind (1977)

Judy Garland, Judgment At Nuremberg (1961)

Margaret Hamilton, The Wizard of Oz (1939)

Angela Lansbury, Gaslight (1944)

Maureen Stapleton, Reds (1981)

Kristin Scott Thomas, Four Weddings and a Funeral (1994)

Kay Thompson, Funny Face (1957)

Shelley Winters, A Patch of Blue (1965)

 

Best Juvenile Performance

Bobby Anderson, It’s a Wonderful Life (1946)

Jeremy Blackman, Magnolia (1999)

Ivana Baquero, Pan’s Labyrinth (2006)

Amethyste Frezignac, Persepolis (2007)

Judy Garland, The Wizard of Oz (1939)

Ayush Mahesh Khedekar, Slumdog Millionaire (2008)

Virginia Weidler, The Philadelphia Story (1940)

 

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The oldest and youngest Supporting Actor winners.

Walter Brennan 1936  Come and Get it  42 Years, 222 Days

Older

Walter Brennan 1938  Kentucky   44 Years, 213 Days
Thomas Mitchell 1939  Stagecoach  47 Years, 233 Days
Donald Crisp 1941  How Green was My Valley   59 Years 214 Days 
Charles Coburn 1943   The More the Merrier   66 Years, 257 Days
Edmund Gwenn  1948   Miracle on 34th Street   70 Years, 146 Days
John Houseman 1973  The Paper Chase  71 Years, 192 Days
George Burns   1975  The Sunshine Boys   80 Years, 69 Days
Christopher Plummer  2011 Beginners   82 Years, 75 Days

Younger

Joseph Schildkraut 1937  The Life of Emile Zola   41 Years, 353 Days
Van Heflin 1942  Johnny Eager   32 Years, 81 Days
Jack Lemmon 1955 Mister Roberts   31 Years, 42 Days
George Chakiris 1961  West Side Story  27 Years, 205 Days
Timothy Hutton 1980  Ordinary People   20 Years, 227 Days

Oldest Nominee  Robert Duvall 2014  The Judge 84
Youngest Nominee  Justin Henry  1979  Kramer vs. Kramer 8

 

And now the oldest and youngest from my winners.  I started in 1932-33, and then continued with 1936:
 
Chico Marx   1932-1933  Duck Soup  46 Years, 359 Days

Older

Victor Moore  1936  Swing Time   61 Years, 8 Days
Edmund Gwenn  1948   Miracle on 34th Street   70 Years, 146 Days
Boris Karloff  1968  Targets  81 Years, 142 Days (at which point he had been dead for more than two months)
 
Younger
 
Marcel Dalio  1938  Grand Illusion   39 Years, 92 Days
Joseph Cotton  1941  Citizen Kane  36 Years, 288 Days
Donald O'Connor  1952  Singin' in the Rain  27 Years, 203 Days
Paul Dano  2008  There Will be Blood  23 Years, 250 Days

Oldest nominee  Ralph Richardson 1984  Greystoke:  the Legend of Tarzan, Lord of the Apes, 82 (at which point he had been dead for nearly a  year and a  half)
Youngest nominee  Enzo Staiola  1948  The Bicycle Thieves  9

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Additional Performances from 1932

  • BEST ACTOR
  • John Gilbert  Downstairs
  • Fredric March  Merrily We Go to Hell
  • Harry Baur  Poil de carrote
  • William Powell  One Way Passage
  • Lowell Sherman  What Price Hollywood?
  • Ronald Colman  Cynara

 

  • BEST ACTRESS
  • Barbara Stanwyck  So Big!
  • Yukiko Tsukuba  No Blood Relation
  • Kay Francis  One Way Passage
  • Sylvia Sidney  Merrily We Go to Hell

 

  • BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR
  • Frank McHugh  One Way Passage
  • Earle Foxe  So Big!
  • Charlie Ruggles  This Is the Night
  • Guy Kibbee  The Dark Horse
  • Warren Hymer  One Way Passage

 

  • BEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS
  • Aline MacMahon  One Way Passage
  • Mae West  Night After Night
  • Lady Tree  Wedding Rehearsal
  • Bette Davis  The Rich Are Always with Us
  • Bodil Rosing  Downstairs

 

  • BEST JUVENILE PERFORMANCE
  • Robert Lynen  Poil de carrote
  • Dick Winslow  So Big! (he was right on the edge of ineligibility for this category, age-wise)
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And now for our list of oldest and youngest best actress winners:

 

Actress

Janet Gaynor 1927-1928  Seventh Heaven, Street Angel, Sunrise 22 Years 222 Days

Younger

Marlee Matlin 1986 Children of a Lesser God 21 Years, 218 Days

Older

Mary Pickford 1928-1929  Coquette 37 Years 360 Days
Marie Dressler 1930-1931 Min and Bill  63 Years, 1 Day
Katharine Hepburn 1981 On Golden Pond  74 Years, 321 Days
Jessica Tandy 1989 Driving Miss Daisy   80 Years, 292 Days

Oldest nominee  Emanuelle Riva   2012  Amour  85
Youngest nominee  Quvenzhane Wallis  2012  Beast of the Southern Wild  9

Maria Falconetti, 1927-1928  The Passion of Joan of Arc  36 Years, 258 Days
 
Older
 
Claudette Colbert   1942   The Palm Beach Story  39 Years, 172 Days
Arletty  1945  Children of Paradise  47  Years, 296 Days
Gloria Swanson  1950  Sunset Blvd.  52 Years, 2 Days
Helen Mirren  2006  The Queen  61 Years, 214 Days
 
One thing, I can't find anything about the age of Gudrun Geyer, my 1997 winner for Mother and Son.

Younger

Louise Brooks, 1928-1929  Pandora's Box  23 Years, 140 Days
Zhou Xuan  1937  Street Angel, 19 Years, 221 Days
Judy Garland  1939  The Wizard of Oz  17 Years, 264 Days
Uma Das Gupta  1955  Pather Panchali  Supposedly 12 when filming started in 1952, so about 15 or 16
Ana Torrent   1973  The Spirit of the Beehive   7 Years, 258 Days
 
Oldest nominee   Lillian Gish   1987   The Whales of August   94

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And now the Academy's youngest and oldest best actor winners, followed by mine:

Actor

 

Emil Jannings 1927-1928  The Way of All Flesh/The Last Command   44 Years 297 Days

 

Older 

 

George Arliss 1929-1930  Disraeli  62 Years 209 Days

John Wayne 1969 True Grit 62 Years 316 Days

Henry Fonda 1981 On Golden Pond 76 Years 317 Days

 

Younger


Warner Baxter 1928-1929  In Old Arizona   41 Years 5 Days
Frederic March   1931-1932  Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde 35 Years, 79 Days
Charles Laughton 1932-1933 The Private Life of Henry VIII  34 Years, 258 Days
Clark Gable 1934 It Happened One Night 34 Years 26 Days
James Stewart 1940  The Philadelphia Story 32 Years, 283 Days
Marlon Brando 1954 On the Waterfront 30 Years 361 Days
Richard Dreyfus 1977 The Goodbye Girl 30 Years 156 Days
Adrien Brody 2002 The Pianist 29 Years, 343 Days

Oldest nominee  Richard Farnsworth   1999  The Straight Story 79
Youngest nominee  Jackie Cooper   1930-1931  Skippy  9


James Murray 1927-1928   The Crowd   28 Years, 96 Days

Older

Buster Keaton   1928-1929  The Cameraman  34 Years, 181 Days
Emil Jannings  1929-1930  The Blue Angel  46 Years, 105 Days
Charles Chaplin   1936  Modern Times   46 Years, 322 Days
Charles Chaplin   1947  Monsieur Verdoux  57 Years, 338 Days
Peter Ustinov  1978  Death on the Nile  57 Years, 358 Days
Erland Josephson  1986   The Sacrifice   63 Years, 288 Days
Michel Piccoli  1991  La Belle Noiseuse  66 Years, 94 Days
Jack Lemmon   1992  Glengarry Glen Ross  68 Years, 49 Days

Younger

Peter Lorre  1930-1931  M   27 Years, 136 Days
James Dean   1955  East of Eden  25 Years, 41 Days  (at which point he had been dead for more than eight months)
Bertil Guve   1983   Fanny and Alexander  13 Years, 212 Days
Babek Ahmed Poor   1987  Where is the Friend's Home?   Either eight or nine
 
Oldest nominee  Henrik Malberg  1955 Ordet  82
 

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The Academy has nominated fifteen movies in all four acting categories.  Here they are, with the categories they won.
 
 
My Man Godfrey
(1936)

Mrs. Miniver                             Actress                                     S. Actress
(1942)

For Whom the Bell Tolls                                                            S. Actress
(1943)

Johnny Belinda                        Actress
(1948)

Sunset Blvd.
(1950)

A Streetcar Named Desire         Actress           S. Actor               S. Actress
(1951)

From Here to Eternity                                     S. Actor               S. Actress
(1953)

Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?   Actress                                     S. Actress
(1966)

Bonnie and Clyde                                                                      S. Actress
(1967)

Guess Who's Coming to Dinner   Actress
(1967)

Network             Actor               Actress
(1976)

Coming Home     Actor               Actress
(1978)

Reds                                                                                        S.  Actress
(1981)

Silver Linings Playbook              Actress
(2012)

American Hustle
(2013)

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And here are the fifteen movies I nominated in all four acting categories, with the categories they won in.
 

Swing Time                                                         S. Actor
(1936)

Make Way for Tomorrow
(1937)

Singin' in the Rain   Actor                                      S. Actor
(1952)

The Band Wagon                                                                      S. Actress
(1953)

Pather Panchali                       Actress
(1955)

Smiles of a Summer Night
(1955)

The Misfits
(1961)

Out 1:  Noli Me Tangere         Actress                     S. Actor
(1971)

Reds                      Actor                                                          S. Actress
(1981)

Paris, Texas
(1984)

Blue Velvet                                                           S. Actor         S. Actress
(1986)

Say Anything
(1989)

The Best Intentions                  Actress
(1992)

 
Requiem for a Dream
(2000)
 
A Christmas Tale
(2008)

 

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Let's compare the Academy Award winners for best actor and actress with my choices.  This will be done in six parts, about thirty years each, so three entries for each category.

Some points to remember

-----Awards and nominations are for leading roles, unless I say supporting

-----Runner-ups will only be included if the performer was never nominated.  Only the most successful will get a ranking.

-----I only started runner-ups with 1948

 

So Actors 1927/1928-1956:

Jannings   WINNER 1929-1930

Baxter   Nothing

Arliss   Nothing

Barrymore   Nominee Supporting 1946

Beery  Nominee 1929-1930

March Nothing

Laughton  Nominee 1935, 1943, Supporting 1960

Gable  Nominee 1939, 1961

McLaglen  Nominee Supporting 1952

Muni Nothing (possible runner-up I was a Fugitive From a Chain Gang, The Life of Louis Pasteur)

Tracy  Nominee 1932-1933

Donat  Nominee 1935

Stewart  WINNER 1946, 1958 SUPPORTING 1948; Nominee 1939, 1940, 1955, 1959, 1965, Supporting 1936

Cooper Nominee 1935, 1952

Cagney WINNER 1942; Nominee 1931-1932, 1938, 1949, 1961

Lukas Nothing

Crosby Nothing

Milland  runner-up 1954 (7th)

Colman Nothing

Olivier WINNER 1960; Nominee 1946

Crawford Nothing

Ferrer  runner-up supporting 1962, 1982, 1984 (17th)

Bogart WINNER 1941, 1943; Nominee 1944, 1946, 1950, Supporting 1954

Holden Nominee 1950, 1969, 1976

Brando WINNER Supporting 1979; Nominee 1951, 1954, Supporting 1953, 1972

Borgnine Nominee Supporting 1969

Brynner Nominee Supporting 1956

 

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Here's my comparison of Academy Award Actors with my choices.  Here are Actors Part 2 1957-1986

 

Some points to remember

-----Awards and nominations are for leading roles, unless I say supporting

-----Runner-ups will only be included if the performer was never nominated.  Only the most successful will get a ranking.

-----I only started runner-ups with 1948

Guinness WINNER Supporting 1962; Nominee Supporting 1947, 1965

Niven WINNER 1956; Nominee 1946, Supporting 1978

Heston Nothing

Lancaster WINNER 1963, Nominee 1957, 1981, Supporting 1964, 1983

Schell runner-up supporting 1979 (10th)

Peck Nominee 1949, 1950, 1962

Poitier Nominee Supporting 1992

Harrison Nominee 1948, 1964, Supporting 1963

Marvin runner-up 1967 (10th), 1980

Scofield WINNER 1966: Nominee 1971, Supporting 1994

Steiger Nominee 1965, Supporting 1954, 1965

Robertson nothing

Wayne Nominee 1948, 1956

Scott  WINNER Supporting 1964: Nominee 1970, Supporting 1959, 1961

Hackman  Nominee 1974, 2001, Supporting 1967, 1992

Lemmon WINNER 1992; Nominee 1959, 1960, 1972, 1982, Supporting 1993

Carney runner-up 1977 (17th), 1979

Nicholson Nominee 1970, 1972, 1974, 1980, Supporting 1981

Finch Nominee Supporting 1976

Dreyfuss Nominee 1977

Voight Nominee 1969

D. Hoffman WINNER 1969; Nominee 1967, 1976, 1978, 1982, Supporting 2004

De Niro WINNER 1976, 1980; Nominee 1978, 1983, 1984, 1986, 1988, 1995, Supporting 1973, 1974, 1987, 1990

Fonda WINNER 1957; Nominee 1940, 1956, 1964

Kingsley WINNER 1982; Nominee 1994, Supporting 1991, 1993, 2010, 2011

Duvall WINNER Supporting 1972: Nominee Supporting 1979

Abraham  runner up 1984 (6th), supporting 1986, 2013

Hurt runner up supporting 2001 (18th)

Newman WINNER 1961; Nominee 1973, 1982

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Here's my comparison of Academy Award Actors with my choices.  Here are Actors Part 3 1987-2016

 

Some points to remember

-----Awards and nominations are for leading roles, unless I say supporting

-----Runner-ups will only be included if the performer was never nominated.  Only the most successful will get a ranking.

-----I only started runner-ups with 1948

Douglas Nominee 1997

Day-Lewis WINNER 2007; Nominee 1988, 1993, 2012

Irons WINNER 1990: Nominee 1988

Hopkins Nominee 1992, 1993, Supporting 1991

Pacino WINNER 1972, Nominee 1973, 1974, 1975, 1990

Hanks WINNER 1984; Nominee 1998, 2012

Cage Nominee 2002

Rush WINNER Supporting 1998; Nominee 2010

Benigni Nominee Supporting 1986

Spacey  WINNER 1997, Supporting 1995; Nominee 1995

Crowe  runner-up 1992, 1997 (11th), 1999, 2003

Washington Nominee 2005

Brody WINNER 2002

Penn Nominee 2003, 2008

Foxx runner-up 2004 (11th), 2012

P.S. Hoffman  WINNER 2008, 2012; Nominee 2005, 2007, Supporting 1998, 1999, 2002

Whitaker Nominee Supporting 2002

Bridges Nominee Supporting 1971

Firth Nominee Supporting 2011

Dujardin runner up 2011 (9th)

McConaughey Nominee Supporting 2013

Redmayne nothing

DiCaprio WINNER 2013; Nominee 2015

Affleck Nominee 2016

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Here's my comparison of Academy Award Actors with my choices.  Here are Actresses Part 1 1927/28-1956

 

Some points to remember

-----Awards and nominations are for leading roles, unless I say supporting

-----Runner-ups will only be included if the performer was never nominated.  Only the most successful will get a ranking.

-----I only started runner-ups with 1948

 

 

Gaynor nothing (possible runner-up for Sunrise, Street Angel, 7th Heaven)

Pickford  nothing

Shearer  nothing

Dressler  nothing  (possible runner-up for Dinner at Eight)

Hayes  Nominee 1952

K. Hepburn  WINNER 1938, 1940: Nominee 1932-1933, 1935, 1937, 1938, 1942, 1955, 1962

Colbert WINNER 1942

Davis Nominee 1939, 1940, 1941, 1942, 1950, Supporting 1942

Rainer nothing

Leigh WINNER 1951; Nominee 1939

Rogers WINNER 1935; Nominee 1936, 1942

Fontaine Nominee 1941

Garson nothing (possible runner-up for Pride and Prejudice)

Jones nothing

Bergman WINNER 1946, 1954; Nominee 1943, 1945, 1950, 1952, 1956, 1978, Supporting 1976

Crawford Nominee 1945, 1947, 1954, Supporting 1939

de Havilland WINNER supporting 1938; Nominee 1949, Supporting 1939

Young nothing

Wyman runner-up 1954, 1955 (6th)

Holliday runner-up 1952 (7th)

Booth nothing

A. Hepburn  WINNER 1967: Nominee 1956, 1957, 1961

Kelly Nominee 1954

Magnani WINNER  1948, Supporting 1945; Nominee 1951
 

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Here's my comparison of Academy Award Actors with my choices.  Here are Actresses Part II 1957-1986

 

Some points to remember

-----Awards and nominations are for leading roles, unless I say supporting

-----Runner-ups will only be included if the performer was never nominated.  Only the most successful will get a ranking.

-----I only started runner-ups with 1948

Woodward WINNER Supporting 1993

Hayward runner-up 1952 (6th), 1958

Signoret WINNER 1952, Supporting 1969; Nominee 1955, Supporting 1970

Taylor Nominee 1966

Loren runner-up 1961 (7th), 1963, 1964, supporting 1965

Bancroft Nominee Supporting 1980

Neal Nominee 1963

Andrews WINNER 1982: Nominee 1964, 1965

Christie Nominee 1965, 1968, 1971, 1975, 2007

Streisand Nominee 1968

Smith WINNER 1969, Supporting 1978; Nominee Supporting 2001

Jackson runner-up 1970 (7th), 1971, 1980

Fonda Nominee 1969, 1971, 1977, 1979

Minnelli WINNER 1972; Nominee 1977

Burstyn Nominee 1972, 1974, 2001, Supporting 1971, 1977

Fletcher runner-up 1975 (12th)

Dunaway Nominee 1976

Keaton WINNER 1977; Nominee 1975, 1979, 1981

Field WINNER 1979

Spacek  Nominee 1973, 1980, 1982, Supporting 1983

Streep  WINNER 2009; Nominee 1982, Supporting 1978, 2002, 2009

MacLaine  WINNER Supporting 1979; Nominee 1960, Supporting 1958

Page nothing

Matlin runner-up 1986 (17th)

 

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Here's my comparison of Academy Award Actors with my choices.  Here are Actresses Part III 1987-2016

 

Some points to remember

-----Awards and nominations are for leading roles, unless I say supporting

-----Runner-ups will only be included if the performer was never nominated.  Only the most successful will get a ranking.

-----I only started runner-ups with 1948

Cher runner-up 1987 (7th)

Foster WINNER 1991: Nominee 1997, 2002, 2005, Supporting 1976

Tandy Nominee 1989

Bates nothing

Thompson WINNER 1993; Nominee 1989, 1992, Supporting 1989

Hunter WINNER 1987: Nominee 1993, 2004, Supporting 1996

Lange WINNER 1989, SUPPORTING 1982

Sarandon WINNER 1995; Nominee 1981, 1988, 1991, Supporting 1994

McDormand runner-up 1996 (14th), supporting 2002

Hunt nothing

Paltrow WINNER SUPPORTING 1995; Nominee 1998, Supporting 2001

Swank WINNER 1999

Roberts WINNER 2000; Nominee 1990

Berry nothing

Kidman Nominee 1996, 2001, 2003, Supporting 1999

Theron Nominee 2003

Witherspoon runner up 1991, 1999, 2001, 2009 (9th), supporting 2000, 2014

Mirren WINNER 2006; Nominee Supporting 1981, 2001

Cotillard Nominee 2007, 2014, Supporting 2004

Winslet Nominee 2004, Supporting 1996

Bullock WINNER 1994

Portman Nominee 2010

Lawrence Nominee 2010, 2012

Blanchett Nominee 1998, 2013, 2015, Supporting 2007, 2015

Moore WINNER SUPPORTING 1997; Nominee 1999, Supporting 1999, 2014

Larson runner-up 2013 (14th), 2015

Stone Nominee 2016, Supporting 2014

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