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    Thinking about last year and a stat struck me that last year’s ceremony must have the largest cumulative gap amongst all acting nominees since the last time that each of them had their previous nomination, with 173 years. Obviously down to Supporting Actor.

    Pesci – 29

    Pacino – 27

    Hopkins – 22

    Hanks – 19

    Bates – 17

    Zellweger – 16

    Theron – 14

    Pitt – 8

    Phoenix – 7

    Dern – 5

    DiCaprio – 4

    Robbie – 2

    Ronan – 2

    Driver – 1

    Banderas – 0

    Erivo – 0

    Johansson – 0

    Pugh – 0

    Pryce – 0

    TOTAL: 173 YEARS

     

    Is there any easy way to compare this to a previous set of acting nominees? Do any other years spring to mind that could compete?

    I am also thinking that last year may have also had the highest mean/median age for acting nominees. Any way to check this too?

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    S. Stallone= 39 years

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    1981 could be a year with a high age average.

    I’d guess it holds the record (not sure though) for the oldest group of acting winners. All of them were in their late 50s or older.

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    1981 could be a year with a high age average.

    I’d guess it holds the record (not sure though) for the oldest group of acting winners. All of them were in their late 50s or older.

    1981 was a good call, but it is still only 130. 1991 was 106. Yeah, those supporting actors last year put up big numbers haha

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