Oscars: Top 14 Winning Drunk Roles

Top 14 Oscar-Winning Drunk Roles
14.) Elizabeth Taylor, Best Actress, 'Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?' (1966)
13.) Frank Sinatra, Best Supporting Actor, 'From Here to Eternity' (1953)
12.) Humphrey Bogart, 'The African Queen' (Best Actor, 1951)
11.) Claire Trevor, 'Key Largo' (Best Supporting Actress, 1948)
10.) Maggie Smith, 'California Suite' (Best Supporting Actress, 1978)
9.) Jessica Lange, 'Blue Sky' (Best Actress, 1994)
8.) James Coburn, 'Affliction' (Best Supporting Actor, 1998)
7.) Gig Young, 'They Shoot Horses, Don't They?' (Best Supporting Actor, 1969)
6.) James Dunn, 'A Tree Grows in Brooklyn' (Best Supporting Actor, 1945)
5.) John Wayne, 'True Grit' (Best Actor, 1969)
4.) Lee Marvin, 'Cat Ballou' (Best Actor, 1965)
3.) Jeff Bridges, 'Crazy Heart' (Best Actor, 2009)
2.) Nicolas Cage, 'Leaving Las Vegas' (Best Actor, 1995)
1.) Ray Milland, 'The Lost Weekend' (Best Actor, 1945)
10.) Maggie Smith, 'California Suite' (Best Supporting Actress, 1978)

Maggie Smith won her second Oscar for playing an uppity British actress who loses an Academy Award. Afterwards, she's so furious that she gets stinking drunk. As Smith staggers around her hotel room in Beverly Hills searching for more booze, her snide, bisexual husband (Michael Caine) screams, "You drank everything in this state! Try Nevada!"

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