Oscar for Best Actor

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January 27, 2022

The Oscar for Best Actor has been presented by the American Academy of Film and Film Studies since 1929. As in the other categories, the number of nominees for the prize is between three and five per year (traditionally five, but between the first and 1932-34 three, and even in 1930, although five actors were nominated for the Golden Statue, but George Arliss the previous two years). he also earned the nomination for his film lead role). On one occasion, in 1931-32, the award was shared between two actors, Wallace Beery and Fredric March. Only ten people received the award at least twice in their lives: (in the order of handover) Spencer Tracy, Gary Cooper, Fredric March, Marlon Brando, Jack Nicholson, Dustin Hoffman, Tom Hanks, Sean Penn and Anthony Hopkins. Daniel Day-Lewis is the only actor to have received recognition in this category three times. The list of candidates will be drawn up by members of the Academy’s film actor, but full membership of the Academy may vote for them. According to established practice, films are listed by release date: for example, the Oscar for “Best Male Performer of 1999” was announced at the 2000 awards ceremony. Winners and nominees (Winners in the list are highlighted in bold.)

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The Official Academy Awards® Database. AMPAS. [2009. archived from the original dated February 8]. (Accessed March 2, 2010)

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Oscar Archived April 9, 2010 in the Wayback Machine in the Internet Movie Database Award database on the website of the Academy of Film Arts and Film Sciences

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