Colin Firth 83rd  Annual Academy Awards
Best Actor  "The Kings Speech"
Angelina Jolie
Won Best Actress  in a Supporting Role
for "Girl Interruped" (2000)
Natalie Portman
Academy Award for Best Actress for "Black Swan"
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Joan Crawford
Joan wins the Oscar for Best Actress for her role in Mildred
Pierce. Beset by nerves, she stays home from the ceremony;
reporters later converge on her house and snap pictures of
her in bed with Oscar
Frank Sinatra
Won an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor
"From Here to Eternity" (1953)
Barbra Streisand
Best Actress in a Leading Role
for: "Funny Girl"
Louise Rainer
Best Actress
'The Good Earth"
Audrey Hepburn
1954 Oscar for  "Roman Holiday"
Grace Kelly
Kissing Oscar
1955 Academy Award for Best Actress for her
portrayal of Georgie Elgin opposite Bing Crosby in
"The Country Girl" (1954)
Photo Album 1 - Photo Album 2 - Album 3 - Home
Margaret O'Brien
1944 Outstanding Child Actress
O'Brien's miniature Oscar was stolen from her in
1954. Twenty-one years later it was returned to
her when it was located in a swap meet.
Christian Bale
83rd  Annual Academy Awards
Best Supporting Actor  "The Fighter"
Morgan Freeman
Best Supporting Actor
'Million Dollar Baby"
Hailee Steinfeld - Belle of the Ball
83rd  Annual Academy Awards
Best Supporting Actress Nominee  "True Girt"
Actress Elizabeth Taylor holds her first Oscar, next
to presenter Yul Brynner, for her best actress
performance in the movie, "Butterfield 8" in Santa
Monica, California on April 17, 1961
The American Film Institute named Taylor seventh
on its Female Legends list.
Her second Academy Award, also for Best Actress
in a Leading Role, was for her performance as
Martha in Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? (1966)
Mickey Rooney
Honorary Oscar