List of Oscars for best actor from beginning to 2017
Oscar Award for Best Actor (for English is Academy Award for Best Actor) is a prestigious award category of the Oscar awards system. This is an award for the actor to lead the best main role in a year of the film industry organized by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences ( AMPAS ).
Since 1928; The Oscars will be held and awarded annually in the City of Los Angeles with the aim of recognizing the outstanding achievements of the film industry during the year for directors; cast; script; music … and some other areas through the voting of members from the Academy.
In 1930 the Oscar was broadcast for the first time on radio and was first broadcast in 1953. Currently this award is held solemnly and broadcast live at 200 countries and even the internet worldwide.
In the arts industry; This is one of the oldest awards. Join DocumenTv immediately refer to the Oscar awards for the best lead actor!
Check out the Oscars for best actor by years
In the first three years of awarding, the actors nominated for the best roles in the categories their. At that time all their jobs during the qualifying period (in some cases up to three films) were listed after the award ceremony.
However, during the 3rd awards ceremony held in 1930, only one of those films was named in the final award of the winner. Although the performance of each winner has up to two films with their names on the ballots.
In the next year, the system of rating and awarding the prize for the best actor for the best actor has now replaced the complex system. This trashy and difficult to use, in which the actor nominates for a specific role in a single movie.
Since the 9th award ceremony, the best category for Oscar for best actor is officially limited to five nominations each year.
Since its establishment until now; The best actor Oscar award was awarded to 79 actors.
Among them; actor Daniel Day – Lewis holding the most trophies with 3 Oscar statues and 2 actors Spencer Tracy and Laurence Olivier were nominated for nine awards for the Oscar for best actor; more than any five actors.
1. 1st Academy Award ceremony 1927/28; Emil Jannings won the prize as Grand Duke Sergius Alexander in The Last Command and August Schilling in The Way of All Flesh.
2. 2nd Academy Awards ceremony 1928/29; Warner Baxter won the award as The Cisco Kid in the movie “Old Arizona.”
3. 3rd Academy Award Ceremony 1929/30; George Arliss won the prize as Benjamin Disraeli in Disraeli.
4. The fourth Academy Award Ceremony 1930/31; Lionel Barrymore won the award as Stephen Ashe in A Free Soul.
5. Oscar ceremony for the 5th time in 1931/32; Wallace Beery won the prize as Andy “Champ” Purcell in The Champ.
Fredric March won the award as Dr. Henry Jekyll /Mr. Edward Hyde in Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde.
6. Award ceremony for the best actor of the 6th time 1932/33; Charles Laughton won the award as King Henry VIII of England in The Private Life of Henry VIII.
7. 7th Academy Awards ceremony 1934; Clark Gable won the award as Peter Warne in It Happened One Night.
8. 8th Academy Awards Oscar 1935; Victor McLaglen won the award as Gypo Nolan of Britain in The Informer.
9. 9th Academy Awards Oscar 1936; Paul Muni won the prize as Louis Pasteur in the film The Story of Louis Pasteur.
10. 10th Academy Awards Oscar 1937; Spencer Tracy won the award as Manuel in the film Captains Courageous.
11. 11th Oscar Awards ceremony 1938; Spencer Tracy won the award as Father Flanagan in Boys Town.
12. The 12th Academy Awards Ceremony 1939; Robert Donat won the award as Charles Edward Chipping in Goodbye, Mr. Chips.
13. 13th Academy Awards Oscar 1940; James Stewart won the award as Macaulay “Mike” Connor in The Philadelphia Story movie.
14. The 14th Academy Awards Oscar 1941; Gary Cooper won the award as Lt. Alvin C. York in Sergeant York.
15. The 15th Oscar Awards ceremony 1942; James Cagney won the award as George M. Cohan in Yankee Doodle Dandy.
16. The 16th Oscar Awards ceremony 1943; Paul Lukas won the award as Kurt Muller in Watch on the Rhine film.
17. The 17th Oscar Awards ceremony 1944; Bing Crosby won the award as Father Chuck O’Malley in Going My Way.
18. The 18th Academy Awards Oscar; Ray Milland won the award as Don Birnam in The Lost Weekend.
19. The 1957 Oscar Award Ceremony; Fredric March won the award as Al Stephenson in The Best Years of Our Lives.
20. Oscar award ceremony for the 20th time 1947; Ronald Colman won the award as Anthony John in the movie A Double Life.
21. The 2148 Oscar Award Ceremony; Laurence Olivier won the award as Hamlet, Prince of Denmark in Hamlet.
22. The 22rd Academy Awards Ceremony 1949; Broderick Crawford won the award as Willie Stark in All the King’s Men.
23. The 23rd Oscar Awards Ceremony; José Ferrer won the award as Cyrano de Bergerac in Cyrano de Bergerac.
24. The 24th Oscar Awards ceremony 1951; Humphrey Bogart won the prize as Charlie Allnut in the film The African Queen.
25. Award ceremony for the best actor for the 25th time in 1952; Gary Cooper won the award as Marshal Will Kane in High Noon.
26. 26th Academy Awards Oscar 1953; William Holden won the prize as Sgt. JJ. Sefton in Stalag 17.
27. The 27th Oscar Awards ceremony 1954; Marlon Brando won the award as Terry Malloy in the film On the Waterfront.
28. The 28th Academy Awards ceremony 1955; Ernest Borgnine won the award as Marty Piletti in Marty.
29. 2956 Oscar Award Ceremony; Yul Brynner won the award as King Mongkut of Siam in The King and I.
30. The 30th Academy Awards Oscar 1957; Alec Guinness won the prize as Lt. Colonel L. Nicholson, D.S.O. in The Bridge on the River Kwai.
31. The 31st Academy Awards ceremony 1958; David Niven won the award as Major Angus Pollock in the movie Separate Tables.
32. The 32rd Academy Awards ceremony 1959; Charlton Heston won the award as Judah Ben-Hur in Ben-Hur film.
33. Oscar award ceremony for the 33rd time of 1960; Burt Lancaster won the award as Elmer Gantry in Elmer Gantry.
34. The 34th Academy Awards Oscar 1961; Maximilian Schell won the award as Hans Rolfe in the Judgment at Nuremberg.
35. The 35th Academy Awards Oscar 1962; Gregory Peck won the prize as Lt. Colonel L. Nicholson, D.S.O. in The Bridge on the River Kwai.
36. The 3663 Oscar Award Ceremony; Sidney Poitier won the award as Homer Smith in the film Lilies of the Field.
37. 37th Academy Awards Oscar 1964; Rex Harrison won the award as Professor Henry Higgins in My Fair Lady.
38. 38th Academy Awards Oscar; Lee Marvin won the award as Kid Shelleen; Tim Strawn in Cat Ballou.
39. Award ceremony for the best actor for the 39th time in 1966; Paul Scofield won the award as Sir Thomas More in A Man for All Seasons.
40. 40th Academy Awards Oscar 1967; Rod Steiger won the award as Police Chief Bill Gillespie in In the Heat of the Night.
41. 41st Oscar Award Ceremony 1968; Robertson won the prize as Charly Gordons in Charly.
42. 42th Oscar Awards Ceremony 1969; John Wayne won the award as Reuben “Rooster” Cogburn in True Grit.
43. 43rd Academy Awards Oscar; George C. Scott won the prize as General George S. Patton Jr. in Patton film.
44. The 44th Academy Awards Oscar; Gene Hackman won the award as Detective Jimmy “Popeye” Doyle in The French Connection.
45. 45th Academy Awards Oscar; Marlon Brando won the award as Vito Corleone in The Godfather.
46. 46th Oscar Award Ceremony 1973; Jack Lemmon won the award as Harry Stoner in Save the Tiger.
47. 47th Oscar Award Ceremony 1974; Art Carney won the prize as Harry Coombes in Harry and Tonto.
48. Award ceremony for the best actor for the 48th time 1975; Jack Nicholson won the prize with Randle Patrick “Mac” McMurphy in the movie One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest.
49. The 49th Oscar Awards ceremony; Peter Finch won the prize as Howard Beale in Network.
50. 50th Academy Awards Oscar; Richard Dreyfuss won the award as Elliot Garfield in The Goodbye Girl.
51. 51st Academy Awards Oscar; Jon Voight won the award as Luke Martin in the film Coming Home.
52. The 52rd Academy Awards Oscar; Dustin Hoffman won the prize as Ted Kramer in the film Kramer vs.. Kramer.
53. The 53rd Oscar Award Ceremony; Robert De Niro won the award as Jake LaMotta in the Raging Bull movie.
54. The 54rd Academy Award Ceremony 1981; Henry Fonda won the award as Norman Thayer Jr. in the movie On Golden Pond.
55. Oscar award ceremony 55 55 1982; Ben Kingsley won the prize as Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi in Gandhi film.
56. The 56th Oscar Awards 1983; Robert Duvall won the prize with the role of Mac Sledge in Tender Mercies.
57. The 57th Academy Awards Oscar; F. Murray Abraham won the prize as Antonio Salieri in Amadeus.
58. 58th Academy Awards Oscar; William Hurt won the prize as Luis Molina in Kiss of the Spider Woman.
59. 59th Academy Award Ceremony 1986; Paul Newman won the award as Fast Eddie Felson in The Color of Money.
60. 60th Oscar Awards ceremony 1987; Michael Douglas won the award as Gordon Gekko in Wall Street.
61. The 61st Academy Award Ceremony 1988; Dustin Hoffman won the award as Raymond Babbitt in Rain Man.
62. The 62rd Oscar Awards; Daniel Day-Lewis won the award as Christy Brown in My Left Foot.
63. The 63rd Academy Award Ceremony 1990; Jeremy Irons won the prize as Claus von Bülow in the movie Destiny.
64. 64th Academy Awards Oscar; Anthony Hopkins won the prize as Dr. Hannibal Lecter in the film Silence of the Sheeps.
65. The 65th Academy Awards Ceremony 1992; Al Pacino won the award as Lieutenant Colonel Frank Slade in the film The first love story.
66. The 66th Academy Awards Oscar; Tom Hanks won the award with the role of Andrew Beckett in Philadelphia film.
67. The 67th Academy Awards Ceremony 1994; Tom Hanks won the award with Forrest Gump in the film Forrest Gump.
68. The 68th Academy Awards Oscar; Nicolas Cage won the prize as Ben Sanderson in the film Leaving Las Vegas.
69. 69th Academy Awards Ceremony 1996; Geoffrey Rush won the award as David Helfgott in the film Light.
70. The 70th Oscar Awards Ceremony; Jack Nicholson won the award as Melvin Udall in As Good as It Gets.
71. The 71st Academy Awards Oscar; Roberto Benigni won the award as Guido Orefice in the film Life Is Beautiful.
72. The 72rd Oscar Award Ceremony 1999; Kevin Spacey won the award as Lester Burnham in American Beauty.
73. 73th Academy Awards Oscar; Russell Crowe won the prize as Maximus Decimus Meridius in the gladiator movie.
74. The 74th Academy Awards Oscar; Denzel Washington won the award as Detective Alonzo Harris in Training Day.
75. The 75th Academy Awards Oscar; Adrien Brody won the award as Władysław Szpilman in Pianist.
76. 76th Academy Awards Academy Awards 2003; Sean Penn won the award as Jimmy Markum in Mystic River.
77. 77th Academy Awards Oscar; Jamie Foxx won the award as Ray Charles in Ray.
78. 78th Academy Awards Oscar; Philip Seymour Hoffman won the prize with Truman Capote in Capote.
79. The 79th Oscar Awards 2006; Forest Whitaker won the award as Idi Amin in the movie The Last King of Scotland.
80. The 80th Oscar Awards 2007; Daniel Day-Lewis won the award as Daniel Plainview in the film There Will Be Blood.
81. The 81rd Academy Awards Ceremony 2008; Sean Penn won the award as Harvey Milk in Milk.
82. The 82rd Academy Awards ceremony 2009; Jeff Bridges won the award as Otis “Bad” Blakew in the movie Crazy Heart.
83. The 83rd Academy Awards 2010; Colin Firth won the award as King George VI in the Strange King movie.
84. 84th Academy Award Awards 2011; Jean Dujardin won the prize as George Valentin in the Artist Art.
85. The 85th Oscar Awards 2012; Daniel Day-Lewis won the prize as Abraham Lincoln in the film Lincoln.
86. The 86th Academy Awards Oscar; Matthew McConaughey won the award as Ron Woodroof in the Dallas Pharmacy Society film.
87. 87th Academy Awards Ceremony 2014; Eddie Redmayne won the prize as Stephen Hawking in the film of Love Theory.
88. The 88th Academy Awards Oscar; Leonardo DiCaprio won the award as Hugh Glass in the film The Return of the Dead.
89. Academy Award for Best Actor for the 89th time 2016; Casey Affleck won the award as Lee Chandler in the movie Manchester Coast.
90. The 90th Oscar Awards Ceremony 2017; Gary Oldman won the award as Winston Churchill in Dark Hour film.
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