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    By which I mean if it were possible for an actor to get 2 noms in the SAME category, who would/could have done it?

    The most obvious is Kate Winslet, who won lead for The Reader, but also had a Globe winning, Bafta/Sag nominated lead role in Revolutionary Road.

    Another possibility off the top of my head is Nicole Kidman, who got in for Moulin Rouge while her role in The Others got Globe/Bafta noms. 

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    Leonardo DiCaprio, The Departed & Blood Diamond
    Meryl Streep, Manhattan/The Seduction of Joe Tynan & Kramer vs. Kramer
    Scarlett Johansson, Girl with a Pearl Earring & Lost in Translation
    Audrey Hepburn, Wait Until Dark & Two for the Road
    Diane Keaton, Annie Hall & Looking for Mr. Goodbar
    Gloria Grahame, The Bad and the Beautiful & Sudden Fear
    John C. Reilly, Chicago & The Hours 
    Liv Ullmann, Cries and Whispers & The Emigrants
    Kate Winslet, Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind & Finding Neverland
    Julianne Moore, Far from Heaven & The Hours (lead)
    Grace Kelly, The Country Girl & Dial M for Murder
    Meryl Streep, Julie & Julia & It’s Complicated 
    Robert De Niro, Awakenings & Goodfellas
    Ingrid Bergman, The Bells of St. Mary’s & Spellbound
    Kevin Spacey, The Usual Suspects & Se7en
    Matthew McConaghuey, Bernie & Magic Mike
    Jessica Chastain, The Help & The Tree of Life/Take Shelter

    And what would certainly happen if possible: Glenda Jackson, Mary, Queen of Scotts & Sunday Bloody Sunday 
    and… maybe but I would hope for it: Dennis Hooper, Hoosiers & Blue Velvet 

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    Hmm, I would say DiCaprio’s unlikely given how often they snub him and I think they still would’ve campaigned weirdly to try to get in both categories. Streep’s role in Manhattan’s probably too minor. ScarJo couldn’t even get one. Audrey’s Two for the Road perf is remembered well now, but probably wasn’t that popular. Reilly seemed to get in just b/c he happened to be in major contenders, so I don’t think he was liked enough for 2 noms. I don’t think Winslet’s role in Neverland was that well-liked. I don’t think Moore could have gotten in lead for Hours when Streep couldn’t. The Oscars were weird w/Hitchcock so I don’t think Murder would have gotten in. It’s Complicated is too light. I’m not sure about Jackson as that would be two Jackson noms AND two Mary Queen of Scots noms in the same category.

    Keaton seems relatively likely. Grahame too. They both won, Sudden Fear was well-liked, and Goodbar got a supporting actress nom/3rd place (with Annie Hall 1st) at NY for Actress/Globe nom for Keaton.

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    Done at baftas kate winslet and scarlett johansson both have not at oscars can one in each cate blanchett did its typical they lose both.

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    That’s all a big maybe anyway. RE Audrey: Roger Ebert liked her better in “Two for the Road” and she got Globe nod for it. I would say she was well liked for that from the go.

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    If Meryl hadn’t done Julie & Julia, would she have been nominated for It’s Complicated?

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    Patricia Clarkson for The Station Agent and Pieces of April definitely could have happened

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    Leonardo DiCaprio, The Departed & Blood Diamond
    Meryl Streep, Manhattan/The Seduction of Joe Tynan & Kramer vs. Kramer
    Scarlett Johansson, Girl with a Pearl Earring & Lost in Translation
    Audrey Hepburn, Wait Until Dark & Two for the Road
    Diane Keaton, Annie Hall & Looking for Mr. Goodbar
    Gloria Grahame, The Bad and the Beautiful & Sudden Fear
    John C. Reilly, Chicago & The Hours 
    Liv Ullmann, Cries and Whispers & The Emigrants
    Kate Winslet, Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind & Finding Neverland
    Julianne Moore, Far from Heaven & The Hours (lead)
    Grace Kelly, The Country Girl & Dial M for Murder
    Meryl Streep, Julie & Julia & It’s Complicated 
    Robert De Niro, Awakenings & Goodfellas
    Ingrid Bergman, The Bells of St. Mary’s & Spellbound
    Kevin Spacey, The Usual Suspects & Se7en
    Matthew McConaghuey, Bernie & Magic Mike
    Jessica Chastain, The Help & The Tree of Life/Take Shelter

    And what would certainly happen if possible: Glenda Jackson, Mary, Queen of Scotts & Sunday Bloody Sunday 
    and… maybe but I would hope for it: Dennis Hooper, Hoosiers & Blue Velvet 

    Liv Ullmann was nominated for 1972 best actress for the emigrants. Cries and whispers was eligible the next year. 

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    24Emmy
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    Meryl Streep, Adaptation / The Hours

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    1943 Ingrid Bergman for Casablanca and For Whom The Bell Tolls

    1955 James Dean for East of Eden and Rebel Without a Cause

    1967 Sidney Poitier for Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner and In The Heat of the Night

    1973 Robert Redford for The Sting and The Way We Were

    1987 Michael Douglas for Wall Street and Fatal Attraction

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    Definitely wouldve Like to have seen Anjelica Huston for The Grifters and The Witches and Geoffrey Rush for SIL and Elizabeth! Rush for SIL and Elizabeth happened at BAFTA!

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    For me,,, the best example of an actress
    deserving 2 spots in the top 5 has to be

    DIANE KEATON—ANNIE HALL…..LOOKING FOR MR. GOODBAR.

    but thankfully it cannot be allowed especially 1977 with the great
    performances of Jane Fonda, Anne Bancroft, Marsha Mason and Shirley MacLaine

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