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    #44201

    1920’s:
    1927/28- Emil Jannings – The Last Command / The Way of All Flesh
    1928/29- Paul Muni – The Valiant
    1930’s:
    1929/30- George Arliss – Disaeli
    1930/31- Lionel Barrymore – A Free Soul
    1931/32- Wallace Beery – The Champ
    1932/33- Charles Laughton – The Private Life of Henry VIII
    1934- Clark Gable – It Happened One Night
    1935- Victor McLaglen – The Informer
    1936- Paul Muni – The Story of Louis Pasteur
    1937- Fredric March – A Star is Born
    1938- Spencer Tracy – Boys Town
    1939- James Stewart – Mr. Smith Goes to Washington
    1940’s:
    1940- Henry Fonda – The Grapes of Wrath
    1941- Gary Cooper – Sergeant York
    1942- James Cagney – Yankee Doodle Dandy
    1943- Humphrey Bogart – Casablanca
    1944- Bing Crosby – Going My Way
    1945- Ray Milland – The Lost Weekend
    1946- James Stewart – It’s a Wonderful Life
    1947- Gregory Peck Gentleman’s Agreement
    1948- Laurence Olivier – Hamlet
    1949- Broderick Crawford – All the King’s Men
    1950’s:
    1950- William Holden – Sunset Boulevard
    1951- Fredric March – Death of a Salesman
    1952- Gary Cooper – High Noon
    1953- Montgomery Clift – From Here to Eternity
    1954- Marlon Brando – On the Waterfront
    1955- Ernest Borgnine – Marty
    1956- Kirk Douglas – Lust for Life
    1957- Alec Guinness – The Bridge on the River Kwai
    1958- David Niven – Separate Tables
    1959- Charlton Heston – Ben-Hur
    1960’s:
    1960- Jack Lemmon – The Apartment
    1961- Maximilian Schell – Judgement at Nuremberg
    1962- Peter O’Toole – Lawrence of Arabia
    1963- Sidney Poitier – Lilies of the Field
    1964- Rex Harrison – My Fair Lady
    1965- Lee Marvin – Cat Ballou
    1966- Richard Burton – Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?
    1967- Dustin Hoffman – The Graduate
    1968- Alan Arkin – The Heart is a Lonely Hunter
    1969- John Wayne – True Grit
    1970’s:
    1970- George C. Scott – Patton
    1971- Gene Hackman – The French Connection
    1972-Marlon Brando – The Godfather
    1973- Al Pacino – Serpico
    1974- Art Carney – Harry and Tonto
    1975- Jack Nicholson – One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest
    1976- Peter Finch – Network
    1977- Woody Allen – Annie Hall
    1978- Jon Voight – Coming Home
    1979- Dustin Hoffman – Kramer vs. Kramer
    1980’s:
    1980- Robert De Niro – Raging Bull
    1981- Paul Newman – Absence of Malice
    1982- Ben Kingsley – Gandhi
    1983- Robert Duvall – Tender Mercies
    1984- F. Murray Abraham – Amadeus
    1985- Jon Voight – Runaway Train
    1986- William Hurt – Children of a Lesser God
    1987- Michael Douglas – Wall Street
    1988- Gene Hackman – Mississippi Burning
    1989- Daniel Day-Lewis – My Left Foot
    1990’s:
    1990- Kevin Costner – Dance with Wolves
    1991- Anthony Hopkins – The Silence of the Lambs
    1992- Robert Downey, Jr. – Chaplin
    1993- Liam Neeson – Schindler’s List
    1994- Tom Hanks – Forrest Gump
    1995- Kevin Spacey – The Usual Suspects
    1996- Geoffrey Rush – Shine
    1997- Jack Nicholson – As Good As It Gets
    1998- Edward Norton – American History X
    1999- Denzel Washington – The Hurricane
    2000’s:
    2000- Benicio Del Toro – Traffic
    2001- Russell Crowe – A Beautiful Mind
    2002- Adrien Brody – The Pianist
    2003- Sean Penn – Mystic River
    2004- Jamie Foxx – Ray
    2005- Philip Seymour Hoffman – Capote
    2006- Forest Whitaker – The Last King of Scotland
    2007- Daniel Day-Lewis – There Will Be Blood
    2008- Mickey Rourke – The Wrestler
    2009- Jeff Bridges – Crazy Heart
    2010’s:
    2010- Colin Firth – The King’s Speech
    2011- Brad Pitt – Moneyball

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    JayDF
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    Edited to include last year and this year’s favs…

    I don’t care that the academy took back his nomination…Chaplin is my choice the first year…Also I have a tie like the academy…

    1920’s:
    1927/28- Charles Chaplin – The Circus
    1928/29- George Bancroft – Thunderbolt
    1930’s:
    1929/30- Wallace Beery – The Big House
    1930/31- Fredric March – The Royal Family of Broadway
    1931/32- Fredric March – Dr. Jekyl and Mr. Hyde*
    1932/33- Paul Muni – I Am a Fugitive From a Chain Gang
    1934- William Powell – The Thin Man
    1935- Charles Laughton – Mutiny On the Bounty
    1936- Gary Cooper – Mr. Deeds Goes To Town
    1937- Fredric March – A Star is Born
    1938- James Cagney – Angels with Dirty Faces
    1939- James Stewart – Mr. Smith Goes To Washington
    1940’s:
    1940- Henry Fonda – The Grapes of Wrath
    1941- Orson Welles – Citizen Kane
    1942- James Cagney – Yankee Doodle Dandy*
    1943- Humphrey Bogart – Casablanca
    1944- Charles Boyer – Gaslight
    1945- Gene Kelly – Anchors Aweigh
    1946- James Stewart – It’s a Wonderful Life
    1947- John Garfield – Body and Soul
    1948- Montgomery Clift – The Search
    1949- Gregory Peck – 12 O’Clock High
    1950’s:
    1950- Spencer Tracy – Father of the Bride
    1951- Marlon Brando – A Streetcar Named Desire
    1952- Alec Guinness – The Lavender Hill Mob
    1953- Montgomery Clift – From Here to Eternity
    1954- Marlon Brando – On the Waterfront*
    1955- James Dean – East of Eden
    1956- Laurence Olivier – Richard III
    1957- Charles Laughton – Witness For the Prosecution
    1958- Sidney Poitier – The Defiant Ones
    1959- Jack Lemmon – Some Like It Hot
    1960’s:
    1960- Laurence Olivier – The Entertainer
    1961- Paul Newman – The Hustler
    1962- Peter O’Toole – Lawrence of Arabia
    1963- Richard Harris – This Sporting Life
    1964- Peter Sellers – Dr. Strangelove Or: How I Learned To Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb
    1965- Richard Burton – The Spy Who Came In From the Cold
    1966- Richard Burton – Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?
    1967- Spencer Tracy – Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner
    1968- Alan Arkin – The Heart is a Lonely Hunter
    1969- Dustin Hoffman – Midnight Cowboy
    1970’s:
    1970- Jack Nicholson – Five Easy Pieces
    1971- George C. Scott – The Hospital
    1972- Paul Winfield – Sounder
    1973- Al Pacino – Serpico
    1974- Jack Nicholson – Chinatown
    1975- Al Pacino – Dog Day Afternoon
    1976- Robert DeNiro – Taxi Driver
    1977- Woody Allen – Annie Hall
    1978- Jon Voight – Coming Home*
    1979- Roy Scheider – All That Jazz
    1980’s:
    1980- Robert DeNiro – Raging Bull* and John Hurt – The Elephant Man
    1981- Henry Fonda – On Golden Pond*
    1982- Dustin Hoffman – Tootsie
    1983- Tom Courtenay – The Dresser
    1984- Albert Finney – Under the Volcano
    1985- Jack Nicholson – Prizzi’s Honor
    1986- James Woods – Salvador
    1987- Jack Nicholson – Ironweed
    1988- Max von Sydow – Pele the Conqueror
    1989- Daniel Day-Lewis – My Left Foot*
    1990’s:
    1990- Jeremy Irons – Reversal of Fortune*
    1991- Anthony Hopkins – The Silence of the Lambs*
    1992- Denzel Washington – Malcolm X
    1993- Daniel Day-Lewis – In the Name of the Father
    1994- Paul Newman – Nobody’s Fool
    1995- Sean Penn- Dead Man Walking
    1996- Woody Harrelson – The People Vs. Larry Flynt
    1997- Dustin Hoffman – Wag the Dog
    1998- Edward Norton – American History X
    1999- Russell Crowe – The Insider
    2000’s:
    2000- Javier Bardem – Before Night Falls
    2001- Tom Wilkinson – In the Bedroom
    2002- Nicolas Cage – Adaptation
    2003- Johnny Depp – The Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl
    2004- Don Cheadle – Hotel Rwanda
    2005- Heath Ledger – Brokeback Mountain
    2006- Ryan Gosling – Half Nelson
    2007- Viggo Moretenson – Eastern Promises
    2008- Sean Penn – Milk*
    2009- Colin Firth – A Single Man
    2010’s:
    2010- James Franco – 127 Hours

    2011- Demian Bichir – A Better Life
    2012- Daniel Day-Lewis – Lincoln

    Multiple Wins:

    4 – Jack Nicholson
    3 – Fredric March
    3 – Dustin Hoffman
    3 – Daniel Day-Lewis
    2 – James Cagney
    2 – James Stewart
    2 – Montgomery Clift (plus 1 supporting)
    2 – Marlon Brando (plus 1 supporting)
    2 – Charles Laughton
    2 – Laurence Olivier (plus 1 supporting)
    2 – Richard Burton
    2 – Spencer Tracy 
    2 – Al Pacino 
    2 – Robert DeNiro (plus 1 supporting)

    2 – Paul Newman
    2 – Sean Penn

    1 leading plus 1 supporting: John Garfield, John Hurt, Alan Arkin, Javier Bardem & Heath Ledger.
     

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    Irishmovielover4ever
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    1920’s:
    1927/28- George O’Brien – Sunrise: A Song of Two Humans
    1928/29- Conrad Vadit – The Man Who Laughs
    1929/30- Lew Ayres – All Quiet on the Western Front
    1930’s:
    1930/31- Charlie Chaplin – City Lights
    1931/32- Fredric March – Merrily We Go to Hell
    1932/33- Peter Lorre – M
    1934- Clark Gable – It Happened One Night
    1935- Charles Laughton – Ruggles of Red Gap
    1936- Charlie Chaplin – Modern Times
    1937- Cary Grant – The Awful Truth
    1938- James Cagney – Angels with Dirty Faces
    1939- James Stewart – Mr. Smith Goes to Washington
    1940’s:
    1940- Cary Grant – His Girl Friday
    1941- Orson Wells – Citizen Kane
    1942- James Cagney – Yankee Doodle Dandy
    1943- Joseph Cotten – Shadow of a Doubt
    1944- Clifton Webb – Laura
    1945- Ray Milland – The Lost Weekend
    1946- Jean-Louis Barrault – Children of Paradise
    1947- Robert Mitchum – Out of the Past
    1948- Humphrey Bogart – The Treasure of the Sierra Madre
    1949- James Cagney – White Heat
    1950’s:
    1950- William Holden – Sunset Boulevard
    1951- Marlon Brando – A Streetcar Named Desire
    1952- Gary Cooper – High Noon
    1953- Montgomery Clift – From Here to Eternity
    1954- Claude Laydu – The Diary of a Country Priest
    1955- James Dean – Rebel Without a Cause
    1956- Takashi Shimura – Ikuri
    1957- Alec Guinness – The Bridge on the River Kwai
    1958- James Stewart – Vertigo
    1959- Jack Lemmon – Some Like It Hot
    1960’s:
    1960- Anthony Perkins – Psycho
    1961- Paul Newman – The Hustler
    1962- Jack Lemmon – Days of Wine and Roses
    1963- Richard Harris – This Sporting Life
    1964- Peter Sellers – Dr. Strangelove
    1965- Omar Sharif – Doctor Zhivago
    1966- Richard Burton – Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?
    1967- Paul Newman – Cool Hand Luke
    1968- Peter O’Toole – The Lion in Winter
    1969- Dustin Hoffman – Midnight Cowboy
    1970’s:
    1970- George C. Scott – Patton
    1971- Malcolm McDowell – A Clockwork Orange
    1972- Al Pacino – The Godfather
    1973- Marlon Brando – Last Tango in Paris
    1974- Gene Hackman – The Conversation
    1975- Jack Nicholson – One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest
    1976- Peter Finch – Network
    1977- Klaus Kinski – Aguirre, the Wrath of God
    1978- Jon Voight – Coming Home
    1979- Roy Scheiner – All That Jazz
    1980’s:
    1980- Robert De Niro – Raging Bull
    1981- Treat Williams – Prince of the City
    1982- Dustin Hoffman – Tootsie
    1983- Eric Roberts – Star 80
    1984- Harry Dean Stanton – Paris, Texas
    1985- William Hurt – Kiss of the Spider Woman
    1986- Jeff Goldblum – The Fly
    1987- Michael Douglas – Wall Street
    1988- Jeremy Irons – Dead Ringers
    1989- Daniel Day-Lewis – My Left Foot
    1990’s:
    1990- Jeremy Irons – Reversal of Fortune
    1991- Anthony Hopkins – The Silence of the Lambs
    1992- Denzel Washington – Malcolm X
    1993- Leslie Cheung – Farewell My Concubine
    1994- Zbigniew Zamachowski – Three Colors: White
    1995- Ian McKellen – Richard III
    1996- Woody Harrelson – The People vs. Larry Flynt
    1997- Peter Fonda – Ulee’s Gold
    1998- Ian McKellen – Gods and Monsters
    1999- Matt Damon – The Talented Mr. Ripley
    2000’s:
    2000- Geoffrey Rush – Quills
    2001- John Cameron Mitchell – Hedwig and the Angry Inch
    2002- Daniel Day-Lewis – Gangs of New York
    2003- Bill Murray – Lost in Translation
    2004- Paul Giamatti – Sideways
    2005- Heath Ledger – Brokeback Mountain
    2006- Ryan Gosling – Half Nelson
    2007- Daniel Day-Lewis – There Will Be Blood
    2008- Mickey Rourke – The Wrestler
    2009- Colin Firth – A Single Man
    2010’s:
    2010- Ryan Gosling – Blue Valentine
    2011- Michael Fassbender – Shame
    2012- Daniel Day-Lewis – Lincoln
    2013- Chiwetel Ejiofor – 12 Years a Slave
    2014- Ralph Fiennes – The Grand Budapest Hotel
    2015- Tom Courtenay – 45 Years
    2016- Adam Driver – Paterson
    2017-

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    I decided to be adventurous and go back as far as I could.

    1920’s
    1921: Charlie Chaplin- The Kid
    1922: Max Schreck- Nosferatu
    1923: Harold Lloyd- Safety Last!
    1924: Buster Keaton- Sherlock, Jr.
    1925: Ramon Novarro- Ben-Hur
    1926: Buster Keaton- The General
    1927: Charlie Chaplin- The Circus
    1928: Emil Jannings- The Last Command
    1929: Paul Muni- The Valiant

    1930’s
    1930: Lew Ayers- All Quiet on the Western Front
    1931: Fredric March- Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde
    1932: Paul Muni- I Am a Fugitive from a Chain Gang
    1933: Charles Laugton- The Private Life of Henry VIII
    1934: Clark Gable- It Happened One Night
    1935: Victor McLaglen- The Informer
    1936: William Powell- My Man Godfrey
    1937: Spencer Tracy- Captains Courageous
    1938: Jimmy Cagney- Angels with Dirty Faces
    1939: Jimmy Stewart- Mr. Smith Goes to Washington

    1940’s
    1940: Henry Fonda- The Grapes of Wrath
    1941: Orson Welles- Citizen Kane
    1942: Gary Cooper- The Pride of the Yankees
    1943: Humphrey Bogart- Casablanca
    1944: Cary Grant- None But the Lonely Heart & Arsenic and Old Lace
    1945: Ray Milland- The Lost Weekend
    1946: Jimmy Stewart- It’s a Wonderful Life 
    1947: Robert Mitchum- Out of the Past
    1948: Humphrey Bogart- The Treasure of the Sierra Madre
    1949: Joseph Cotten- The Third Man

    1950’s
    1950: William Holden- Sunset Boulevard 
    1951: Marlon Brando- A Streetcar Named Desire
    1952: Kirk Douglas- The Bad and the Beautiful 
    1953: Montgomery Clift- From Here to Eternity 
    1954: Marlon Brando- On the Waterfront 
    1955: James Dean- Rebel Without a Cause & East of Eden 
    1956: John Wayne- The Searchers 
    1957: Burt Lancaster- Sweet Smell of Success 
    1958: Sidney Poitier- The Defiant Ones 
    1959: Jack Lemmon- Some Like It Hot 

    1960’s
    1960: Jack Lemmon- The Apartment 
    1961: Paul Newman- The Hustler
    1962: Gregory Peck- To Kill a Mockingbird 
    1963: Marcello Mastroianni- 8 1/2
    1964: Peter Sellers- Dr. Strangelove 
    1965: Rod Steiger- The Pawnbroker 
    1966: Richard Burton- Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? 
    1967: Paul Newman- Cool Hand Luke 
    1968: Peter O’Toole- The Lion in Winter 
    1969: Dustin Hoffman- Midnight Cowboy 

    1970’s
    1970: George C. Scott- Patton
    1971: Peter Finch- Sunday Bloody Sunday
    1972: Marlon Brando- The Godfather
    1973: Marlon Brando- Last Tango in Paris 
    1974: Al Pacino- The Godfather, Part II
    1975: Jack Nicholson- One Flew Over the Cukoo’s Nest & The Passenger 
    1976: Robert De Niro- Taxi Driver 
    1977: Woody Allen- Annie Hall
    1978: Robert De Niro- The Deer Hunter 
    1979: Peter Sellers- Being There 

    1980’s
    1980: Robert De Niro- Raging Bull
    1981: Burt Lancaster- Atlantic City 
    1982: Paul Newman- The Verdict 
    1983: Albert Finney- The Dresser
    1984: F. Murray Abraham- Amadeus
    1985: William Hurt- Kiss of the Spider Woman 
    1986: Bob Hoskins- Mona Lisa 
    1987: Michael Douglas- Wall Street
    1988: Jeremy Irons- Dead Ringers 
    1989: Daniel Day-Lewis- My Left Foot

    1990’s
    1990: Jeremy Irons- Reversal of Fortune 
    1991: Anthony Hopkins- The Silence of the Lambs
    1992: Denzel Washington- Malcolm X
    1993: Tom Hanks- Philadelphia 
    1994: Johnny Depp- Ed Wood
    1995: Sean Penn- Dead Man Walking
    1996: William H. Macy- Fargo
    1997: Robert Duvall- The Apostle 
    1998: Ian McKellen- Gods and Monsters 
    1999: Russell Crowe- The Insider

    2000’s
    2000: Ed Harris- Pollock
    2001: Russell Crowe- A Beautiful Mind
    2002: Daniel Day-Lewis- Gangs of New York
    2003: Sean Penn- Mystic River & 21 Grams 
    2004: Leonardo DiCaprio- The Aviator 
    2005: Heath Ledger- Brokeback Mountain
    2006: Leonardo DiCaprio- The Departed 
    2007: Daniel Day-Lewis- There Will Be Blood 
    2008: Sean Penn- Milk
    2009: Colin Firth- A Single Man

    2010’s
    2010: Jesse Eisenberg- The Social Network
    2011: Ryan Gosling- Drive

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    My personal picks
    1950: William Holden, ‘Sunset Boulevard’
    1951: Humphrey Bogart, ‘The African Queen’
    1952: Gary Cooper, ‘High Noon’
    1953: Montgomery Clift, ‘From Here to Eternity’
    1954: Marlon Brando, ‘On the Waterfront’
    1955: Ernest Borgnine, ‘Marty’
    1956: Kirk Douglas, ‘Lust for Life’
    1957: Alec Guiness, ‘The Bridge on the River Kwai’
    1958: David Niven, ‘Separate Tables’
    1959: Jack Lemmon, ‘Some Like It Hot’

    1960: Jack Lemmon, ‘The Apartment’
    1961: Paul Newman, ‘The Hustler’
    1962: Gregory Peck, ‘To Kill a Mockingbird’ and Peter O’Toole, ‘Lawrence of Arabia’ (TIE)
    1963: Sidney Poitier, ‘Lilies of the Field’
    1964: Peter Sellers, ‘Dr. Strangelove’
    1965: Lee Marvin, ‘Cat Ballou’
    1966: Richard Burton, ‘Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?’
    1967: Warren Beatty, ‘Bonnie and Clyde’
    1968: Peter O’Toole, ‘The Lion in Winter’
    1969: Dustin Hoffman, ‘Midnight Cowboy’

    1970: George C. Scott, ‘Patton’
    1971: Peter Finch, ‘Sunday Bloody Sunday’
    1972: Marlon Brando, ‘The Godfather’
    1973: Jack Nicholson, ‘The Last Detail’
    1974: Al Pacino, ‘The Godfather Part II’
    1975: Jack Nicholson, ‘One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest’
    1976: Peter Finch, ‘Network’
    1977: Richard Dreyfuss, ‘The Goodbye Girl’
    1978: Jon Voight, ‘Coming Home’
    1979: Jack Lemmon, ‘The China Syndrome’

    1980: Robert De Niro, ‘Raging Bull’
    1981: Henry Fonda, ‘On Golden Pond’
    1982: Dustin Hoffman, ‘Tootsie’
    1983: Robert Duvall, ‘Tender Mercies’
    1984: F. Murray Abraham, ‘Amadeus’
    1985: William Hurt, ‘Kiss of the Spider Woman’
    1986: Bob Hoskins, ‘Mona Lisa’
    1987: Robin Williams, ‘Good Morning, Vietnam’
    1988: Gene Hackman, ‘Mississippi Burning’
    1989: Daniel Day-Lewis, ‘My Left Foot’

    1990: Jeremy Irons, ‘Reversal of Fortune’
    1991: Anthony Hopkins, ‘The Silence of the Lambs’
    1992: Denzel Washington, ‘Malcolm X’
    1993: Liam Neeson, ‘Schindler’s List’
    1994: Morgan Freeman, ‘The Shawshank Redemption’
    1995: Nicolas Cage, ‘Leaving Las Vegas’
    1996: Geoffrey Rush, ‘Shine’
    1997: Jack Nicholson, ‘As Good As It Gets’
    1998: Ian McKellen, ‘Gods and Monsters’
    1999: Kevin Spacey, ‘American Beauty’

    2000: Ed Harris, ‘Pollock’
    2001: Russell Crowe, ‘A Beautiful Mind’
    2002: Daniel Day-Lewis, ‘Gangs of New York’
    2003: Bill Murray, ‘Lost in Translation’
    2004: Leonardo DiCaprio, ‘The Aviator’
    2005: Philip Seymour Hoffman, ‘Capote’
    2006: Forest Whitaker, ‘The Last King of Scotland’
    2007: Daniel Day-Lewis, ‘There Will Be Blood’
    2008: Mickey Rourke, ‘The Wrestler’
    2009: Jeff Bridges, ‘Crazy Heart’

    2010: Colin Firth, ‘The King’s Speech’
    2011: Jean Dujardin, ‘The Artist’

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    1980: Donald Sutherland – Ordinary People
    1981: Burt Lancaster – Atlantic City
    1982: Jack Lemmon – Missing
    1983: Eric Roberts – Star 80
    1984: Steve Martin – All of Me
    1985: Paul Reubens – Pee-wee’s Big Adventure
    1986: Jeff Goldblum – The Fly
    1987: Albert Brooks – Broadcast News
    1988: Jeremy Irons – Dead Ringers
    1989: Martin Landau – Crimes and Misdemeanors
    1990: Alec Baldwin – Miami Blues
    1991: River Phoenix – My Own Private Idaho
    1992: Harvey Keitel – Bad Lieutenant
    1993: Bill Murray – Groundhog Day
    1994: Samuel L. Jackson – Pulp Fiction
    1995: Anthony Hopkins – Nixon
    1996: Stanley Tucci – Big Night
    1997: Al Pacino – Donnie Brasco
    1998: John Hurt – Love and Death on Long Island
    1999: Richard Farnsworth – The Straight Story
    2000: Forest Whitaker – Ghost Dog: The Way of the Samurai
    2001: Eric Bana – Chopper
    2002: Adam Sandler – Punch-Drunk Love
    2003: Cillian Murphy – 28 Days Later
    2004: Gael García Bernal – Bad Education
    2005: (tie) Romain Duris – The Beat That My Heart Skipped and Heath Ledger – Brokeback Mountain
    2006: Michael Sheen – The Queen
    2007: Sam Riley – Control
    2008: Jean-Claude Van Damme – JCVD
    2009: Johannes Krisch – Revanche
    2010: Jesse Eisenberg – The Social Network
    2011: Hunter McCracken – The Tree of Life

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    1927-28:
    Emil Jannings- The Last Command
    1928-29: Paul Muni- The Valiant
    1929-30: George Arliss- Disraeli
    1930-31: Lionel Barrymore- A Free Soul
    1931-32: Fredric March- Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde
    1932-33: Charles Laugton- The Private Life of Henry VIII
    1934: Clark Gable- It Happened One Night
    1935: Victor McLaglen- The Informer
    1936: Walter Huston- Dodsworth
    1937: Fredric March- A Star is Born
    1938: Spencer Tracy- Boys Town
    1939: Robert Donat- Goodbye, Mr. Chips
    1940: Charles Chaplin- The Great Dictator
    1941: Orson Welles- Citizen Kane
    1942: James Cagney- Yankee Doodle Dandy
    1943: Mickey Rooney- The Human Comedy
    1944: Cary Grant- None But the Lonely Heart
    1945: Ray Milland- The Lost Weekend
    1946: James Stewart- It’s a Wonderful Life
    1947: John Garfield- Body and Soul
    1948: Laurence Olivier- Hamlet


    1949: Broderick
    Crawford- All the King’s Men
    1950: William Holden- Sunset Boulevard
    1951: Marlon Brando- A Streetcar Named Desire
    1952: Gary Cooper- High Noon
    1953: Montgomery Clift- From Here to Eternity
    1954: Marlon Brando- On the Waterfront
    1955: Spencer Tracy- Bad Day at Black Rock
    1956: Kirk Douglas- Lust for Life
    1957: Charles Laughton- Witness for the Prosecution
    1958: Paul Newman- Cat On a Hot Tin Roof
    1959: Charlton Heston- Ben-Hur
    1960: Burt Lancaster- Elmer Gantry
    1961: Spencer Tracy- Judgment at Nuremberg
    1962: Gregory Peck- To Kill a Mockingbird
    1963: Albert Finney- Tom Jones
    1964: Peter Sellers- Dr. Strangelove Or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and
    Love the Bomb
    1965: Rod Steiger- The Pawnbroker
    1966: Paul Scofield- A Man for All Seasons
    1967: Spencer Tracy- Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner?
    1968: Peter O’Toole- The Lion in Winter
    1969: John Wayne- True Grit
    1970: George C. Scott- Patton
    1971: Gene Hackman- The French Connection
    1972: Marlon Brando- The Godfather
    1973: Jack Lemmon- Save the Tiger
    1974: Al Pacino- The Godfather, Part II
    1975: Jack Nicholson- One Flew Over the Cukoo’s Nest
    1976: Robert De Niro- Taxi Driver
    1977: Richard Dreyfuss- The Goodbye Girl
    1978: Jon Voight- Coming Home


    1979: Roy
    Scheider- All That Jazz
    1980: Robert De Niro- Raging Bull
    1981: Henry Fonda- On Golden Pond
    1982: Paul Newman- The Verdict
    1983: Albert Finney- The Dresser
    1984: F. Murray Abraham- Amadeus
    1985: William Hurt- Kiss of the Spider Woman
    1986: Bob Hoskins- Mona Lisa
    1987: Marcello Mastroianni- Dark Eyes
    1988: Max von Sydow- Pelle the Conqueror
    1989: Daniel Day-Lewis- My Left Foot
    1990: Jeremy Irons- Reversal of Fortune
    1991: Anthony Hopkins- The Silence of the Lambs
    1992: Robert Downey, Jr.- Chaplin
    1993: Daniel Day-Lewis- In the Name of the Father
    1994: Tom Hanks- Forrest Gump


    1995:
    Sean Penn- Dead Man Walking
    1996: Geoffrey Rush- Shine
    1997: Peter Fonda- Ulee’s Gold
    1998: Roberto Benigni- Life is Beautiful
    1999: Kevin Spacey- American Beauty
    2000: Tom Hanks- Cast Away
    2001: Russell Crowe- A Beautiful Mind
    2002: Adrien Brody- The Pianist
    2003: Sean Penn- Mystic River
    2004: Jamie Foxx- Ray
    2005: Joaquin Phoenix- Walk the Line
    2006: Forest Whitaker- The Last King of Scotland
    2007: Daniel Day-Lewis- There Will Be Blood
    2008: Sean Penn- Milk
    2009: Colin Firth- A Single Man
    2010: Colin Firth- The King’s Speech
    2011: Jean Dujardin- The Artist


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    Boidiva02
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    #44209

    1980:   Robert De Niro, Raging Bull
    1981: Paul Newman, Absence of Malice
    1982: Dustin Hoffman, Tootsie
    1983: Michael Caine, Educating Rita
    1984: Sam Waterston, The Killing Fields
    1985: Jack Nicholson, Prizzi’s Honor
    1986: William Hurt, Children of a lesser God
    1987: Jack Nicholson, Ironweed
    1988: Gene Hackman, Mississippi Burning
    1989:  Robin Williams, Dead Poets Society
    1990: Jeremy Irons, Reversal of Fortune
    1991:  Anthony Hopkins, The Silence of the Lambs
    1992: Robert Downey Jr., Chaplin
    1993:Liam Neeson, Schindler’s List
    1994: Morgan Freeman, The Shawshank Redemption
    1995: Sean Penn, Dead Man Walking
    1996: Woody Harrelson, The People vs. Larry Flint
    1997: Peter Fonda, Ulee’s Gold
    1998: Ian McKellen, God’s and Monsters
    1999: Kevbin Spacey, American Beauty
    2000: Ed Harris, Pollock
    2001: Sean Penn, I Am Sam
    2002:  Daniel Day Lewis, Gans of New York
    2003: Ben Kingsley, House of Sand & Fog
    2004: Clint Eastwood, Million Dollar Baby
    2005: David Strathaim, Good Night, and Good Luck
    2006: Loenardo DiCaprio, Blood Diamond
    2007: Tommy Lee Jones, In The Valley of Elah
    2008: Sean Penn, Milk
    2009:  George Clooney, Up in the Air
    2010: James Franco, 127 Hours
    2011: Brad Pitt, Moneyball

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    1980-Robert DeNiro, Raging Bull
    1981-Henry Fonda, On Golden Pond
    1982-Ben Kingsley, Gandhi
    1983-Michael Caine, Educating Rita
    1984-F. Murray Abraham, Amadeus
    1985-William Hurt, Kiss of the Spider Woman
    1986-Bob Hoskins, Mona Lisa
    1987-Marcello Mastroianni, Those Eyes
    1988-Dustin Hoffman, Rain Man
    1989-Daniel Day Lewis, My Left Foot
    1990-Jeremy Irons, Reversal of Fortune
    1991-Anthony Hopkins, The Silence of the Lambs
    1992-Denzel Washington, Malcolm X
    1993-Liam Neeson, Schindler’s List
    1994-Tom Hanks, Forrest Gump
    1995-Nicholas Cage, Leaving Las Vegas
    1996-Geoffrey Rush, Shine
    1997-Peter Fonda, Ulee’s Gold
    1998-Ian McKellan, Gods and Monsters
    1999-Kevin Spacey, American Beauty

    2000-Tom Hanks, Cast Away
    2001-Tom Wilkinson, In the Bedroom
    2002-Adrien Brody, The Pianist
    2003-Bill Murray, Lost in Translation
    2004-Leonardo DiCaprio, The Aviator
    2005-Phillip Seymour Hoffman, Capote
    2006-Peter O’Toole, Venus
    2007-Daniel Day Lewis, There Will Be Blood
    2008-Sean Penn, Milk
    2009-Jeff Bridges, Crazy Heart
    2010-Colin Firth, The King’s Speech   

    2011-Jean DuJardin, The Artist                                                           

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    Junk
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    This is off topic, but I’ll put it here.
    We all know Hepburn and Streisand had a famous tie in Best Actress race.
    But I just found out that there had been a tie before in 1932 between Wallace Beery and Frederic March for Best Actor.
    #new-things-i-learn-everyday 

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    1920’s:
    1927/28- Emil Jannings – The Last Command / The Way of All Flesh
    1928/29- Paul Muni – The Valiant
    1930’s:
    1929/30- George Arliss – Disaeli
    1930/31- Lionel Barrymore – A Free Soul
    1931/32- Wallace Beery – The Champ
    1932/33- Charles Laughton – The Private Life of Henry VIII
    1934- Clark Gable – It Happened One Night
    1935- Victor McLaglen – The Informer
    1936- Paul Muni – The Story of Louis Pasteur
    1937- Fredric March – A Star is Born
    1938- Spencer Tracy – Boys Town
    1939- James Stewart – Mr. Smith Goes to Washington
    1940’s:
    1940- Henry Fonda – The Grapes of Wrath
    1941- Gary Cooper – Sergeant York
    1942- James Cagney – Yankee Doodle Dandy
    1943- Humphrey Bogart – Casablanca
    1944 –Charles Boyer – Gaslight
    1945- Ray Milland – The Lost Weekend
    1946- James Stewart – It’s a Wonderful Life
    1947- Ronald Colman – Double Life
    1948- Laurence Olivier – Hamlet
    1949- Broderick Crawford – All the King’s Men
    1950’s:
    1950- Jose Ferrer – Cyrano de Bergerac
    1951- Montgomery Clift – A Place in the Sun
    1952- Alec Guinness – Levender Hill Mob
    1953- William Holden – Stalag 17
    1954- Marlon Brando – On the Waterfront
    1955- Ernest Borgnine – Marty
    1956- Kirk Douglas – Lust for Life
    1957- Alec Guinness – The Bridge on the River Kwai
    1958- David Niven – Separate Tables
    1959- Jack Lemmon – Some Like it Hot
    1960’s:
    1960- Laurence Olivier – The Entertainer
    1961- Maximilian Schell – Judgement at Nuremberg
    1962- Gregory Peck – To Kill a Mockingbird
    1963- Paul Newman – Hud
    1964- Rex Harrison – My Fair Lady
    1965- Rod Steiger – The Pawnbroker
    1966- Paul Scofield – The Man of all Seasons
    1967- Spencer Tracy – Guess whos Coming to Dinner
    1968- Peter O’Toole – The Lion in Winter
    1969- John Wayne – True Grit
    1970’s:
    1970- George C. Scott – Patton
    1971- Peter Finch – Sunday Bloody Sunday
    1972- Marlon Brando – The Godfather
    1973- Al Pacino – Serpico
    1974- Jack Nicholson – Chinatown
    1975- Jack Nicholson – One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest
    1976– Robert DeNiro – Taxi Driver
    1977- Richard Dreyfuss – The Goodbye Girl
    1978- Jon Voight – Coming Home
    1979- Peter Sellers – Being There
    1980’s:
    1980- Robert De Niro – Raging Bull
    1981- Burt Lancaster – Atlantic City
    1982- Paul Newman – The Verdict
    1983- Robert Duvall – Tender Mercies
    1984- F. Murray Abraham – Amadeus
    1985- William Hurt – Kiss of the Spider Woman
    1986- James Woods – Salvador
    1987- Michael Douglas – Wall Street
    1988- Gene Hackman – Mississippi Burning
    1989- Daniel Day-Lewis- My Left Foot
    1990’s:
    1990- Jeremy Irons – Reversal of Fortune
    1991- Anthony Hopkins – The Silence of the Lambs
    1992- Stephen Rea – The Crying Game
    1993- Tom Hanks – Philadelphia
    1994- Morgan Freeman – The Shawshank Redemption
    1995- Nicolas Cage – Leaving Las Vegas
    1996- Geoffrey Rush – Shine
    1997- Jack Nicholson – As Good As It Gets
    1998- Nick Nolte – Affliction
    1999- Kevin Spacey – American Beauty
    2000’s:
    2000- Tom Hanks – Cast Away
    2001- Tom Wilkinson – In the Bedroom
    2002- Adrien Brody – The Pianist
    2003- Ben Kingsley – House of Sand and Fog
    2004- Leonardo DiCaprio – The Aviator
    2005- Heath Ledger – Brokeback Mountain
    2006- Forest Whitaker – The Last King of Scotland
    2007- Daniel Day-Lewis – There Will Be Blood
    2008- Sean Penn – Milk
    2009- Jeff Bridges – Crazy Heart
    2010’s:
    2010- Colin Firth – The King’s Speech
    2011- Jean Dujardin – The Artist
    2012– Joaquin Phoenix – The Master
    2013– Matthew McConaughey – Dallas Buyers Club
    2014– Bradeley Cooper – American Sniper
    2015– Michael Fassbender – Steve Jobs

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    1950 – JOSE FERRER – “Cyrano de Bergerac”
    1951 – MONTGOMERY CLIFT – “A Place In The Sun”
    1952 – GARY COOPER – “High Noon”
    1953 – WILLIAM HOLDEN – “Stalag 17”
    1954 – MARLON BRANDO – “On The Watefront”
    1955 – ERNEST BORGNINE – “Marty”
    1956 – KIRK DOUGLAS – “Lust For Life”
    1957 – ALEC GUINNESS – “The Bridge Of The River Kwai”
    1958 – DAVID NIVEN – “Separate Tables”
    1959 – CHARLTON HESTON – “Ben Hur”
    1960 – JACK LEMMON – “The Apartament”
    1961 – MAXIMILIAN SCHELL – “Judgement Of Nuremberg”
    1962 – BURT LANCASTER – “Birdman Of Alcatraz”
    1963 – SIDNEY POITIER – “Lilies Of The Field”
    1964 – REX HARRISON – “My Fair Lady”
    1965 – RICHARD BURTON – “The Spy Who Came In From The Cold”
    1966 – PAUL SCOFIELD – “A Man For All Seasons”
    1967 – ROD STEIGER – “In The Heat Of The Night”
    1968 – CLIFF ROBERTSON – “Charly”
    1969 – JON VOIGHT – “Midnight Cowboy”
    1970 – GEORGE C. SCOTT – “Patton”
    1971 – GENE HACKMAN – “The French Connection”
    1972 – MARLON BRANDO – “The Godfather”
    1973 – JACK LEMMON – “Save The Tiger”
    1974 – JACK NICHOLSON – “Chinatown”
    1975 – JACK NICHOLSON – “One Flew Over The Cukoo’s Nest”
    1976 – WILLIAM HOLDEN – “Network”
    1977 – RICHARD DREYFUSS – “The Goodbye Girl”
    1978 – JON VOIGHT – “Coming Home”
    1979 – DUSTIN HOFFMAN – “Kramer Vs. Kramer”
    1980 – ROBERT DE NIRO – “Raging Bull”
    1981 – BURT LANCASTER – “Atlantic City”
    1982 – BEN KINGSLEY – “Gandhi”
    1983 – ROBERT DUVALL – “Tender Mercies”
    1984 – F. MURRAY ABRAHAM – “Amadeus”
    1985 – WILLIAM HURT – “The Kiss Of Spider Woman”
    1986 – BOB HOSKINS – “Mona Lisa”
    1987 – MICHAEL DOUGLAS – “Wall Street”
    1988 – JEREMY IRONS – “Dead Ringers”
    1989 – DANIEL DAY-LEWIS – “My Left Foot”
    1990 – JEREMY IRONS – “Reversal Of Fortune”
    1991 – ANTHONY HOPKINS – “The Silence Of The Lambs”
    1992 – ROBERT DOWNEY JR. – “Chaplin”
    1993 – DANIEL DAY-LEWIS – “In The Name Of The Father”
    1994 – NIGEL HAWTHORNE – “The Madness Of King George”
    1995 – NICOLAS CAGE – “Leaving Las Vegas”
    1996 – GEOFFREY RUSH – “Shine”
    1997 – JACK NICHOLSON – “As Good Is It Gets”
    1998 – IAN McKELLEN – “Gods And Monsters”
    1999 – KEVIN SPACEY – “American Beauty”
    2000 – JAVIER BARDEM – “Before Night Falls”
    2001 – RUSSELL CROWE – “A Beautiful Mind”
    2002 – ADRIEN BRODY – “The Pianist”
    2003 – JOHNNY DEPP – “Pirates Of The Caribbean – The Curse Of Black Pearl”
    2004 – JAMIE FOXX – “Ray”
    2005 – PHILIP SEYMOUR HOFFMAN – “Capote”
    2006 – FOREST WHITAKER – “The Last King Of Scotland”
    2007 – DANIEL DAY-LEWIS – “There Will Be Blood”
    2008 – MICKEY ROURKE – “The Wrestler”
    2009 – JEFF BRIDGES – “Crazy Heart”
    2010 – COLIN FIRTH – “The King’s Speech”
    2011 – JEAN DUJARDIN – “The Artist” 

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    Marcus Snowden (The Artist Formerly Known as msnowden1)
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    Really, no Tom Cruise in 1989?! He was AMAZING in Born on the Fourth of July.

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    A Person
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    Haven’t seen it.

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    1958 – Sidney Poitier, The Defiant Ones
    1963 – Sidney Poitier, Lilies Of The Field
    1970 – James Earl Jones, The Great White Hope
    1972 – Paul WInfield, Sounder
    1986 – Dexter Gordon, Round Midnight
    1989 – Morgan Freeman, Driving Miss Daisy
    1992 – Denzel Washington, Malcolm X
    1993 – Laurence Fishburne, What’s Love Got To Do With It
    1994 – Morgan Freeman, The Shawshank Redemption
    1999 – Denzel Washington, The Hurricane
    2001 – Will Smith, Ali
    2004 – Jamie Foxx, Ray
    2005 – Terrence Howard, Hustle & Flow  
    2006 – Forest Whitaker, The Last King Of Scotland
    2009 – Morgan Freeman, Invictus
    2012 – Denzel Washington, Flight 

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