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    1970’s:
    1970- George C. Scott – Patton
    1971- Gene Hackman – The French Connection
    1972- Marlon Brando – The Godfather
    1973- Al Pacino – Serpico
    1974- Jack Nicholson- Chinatown
    1975- Al Pacino- Dog Day Afternoon
    1976- Robert DeNiro- Taxi Driver
    1977- Richard Dreyfuss- The Goodbye Girl
    1978- Jon Voight – Coming Home
    1979- Dustin Hoffman – Kramer vs. Kramer
    1980’s:
    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 Spiderwoman
    1986- Bob Hoskins- Mona Lisa
    1987- Michael Douglas – Wall Street
    1988- Gene Hackman – Mississippi Burning
    1989- Daniel Day-Lewis – My Left Foot
    1990’s:
    1990- Robert DeNiro- Awakenings
    1991- Nick Nolte- The Prince of Tides (I consider Hopkins supporting)
    1992- Denzel Washington- Malcolm X
    1993- Liam Neeson – Schindler’s List
    1994- Tom Hanks – Forrest Gump
    1995- Sean Penn- Dead Man Walking
    1996- Billy Bob Thorton- Sling Blade
    1997- Jack Nicholson – As Good As It Gets
    1998- Edward Norton – American History X
    1999- Richard Farnsworth- The Sraight Story
    2000’s:
    2000- Russell Crowe- Gladiator
    2001- Russell Crowe – A Beautiful Mind
    2002- Adrien Brody – The Pianist
    2003- Sean Penn – Mystic River
    2004- Don Cheadle- Hotel Rwanda
    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- Jeremy Renner- The Hurt Locker
    2010’s:
    2010- Colin Firth – The King’s Speech
    2011- Jean Dujardin- The Artist
    2012- Daniel Day Lewis- Lincoln

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    1970: George C. Scott, Patton
    1971: Gene Hackman, The French Connection
    1972: Marlon Brando, The Godfather
    1973: Al Pacino, Serpico
    1974: Jack Nicholson, Chinatown
    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: Robert DeNiro, Raging Bull
    1981: Dudley Moore, Arthur
    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: Michael Douglas, Wall Street
    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, Flight
    1993: Liam Neeson, Schindler’s List
    1994: Tom Hanks, Forrest Gump
    1995: Nicholas Cage, Leaving Las Vegas
    1996: Geoffery Rush, Shine
    1997: Peter Fonda, Ulee’s Gold
    1998: Ian McKellan, Gods and Monsters
    1999: Richard Farnsworth, The Straight Story
    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: Not sure
    2012:  Not Sure                                 

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    Last year i thought was a horrible year for leading men. I wouldn’t have picked any of the 5 nominees.

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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 

    lol. well played. 

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    I will keep adding as things occur to me…

    1960: Anthony Perkins, Psycho
    1961: Paul Newman, The Hustler
    1962: Marcello Mastroianni, Divorce- Italian Style
    1963: Paul Newman, Hud
    1964: Peter Sellers, Dr. Strangelove
    1965: Rod Steiger, The Pawnbroker
    1966: Richard Burton, Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?
    1967: Dustin Hoffman, The Graduate
    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: Al Pacino, The Godfather
    1973: Jack Nicholson, The Last Detail
    1974: Jack Nicholson, Chinatown
    1975: Al Pacino, Dog Day Afternoon
    1976: Robert DeNiro, Taxi Driver
    1977: Woody Allen, Annie Hall
    1978: Gary Busey, The Buddy Holly Story
    1979: Peter Sellers, Being There

    1980: Robert DeNiro, Raging Bull
    1981: Burt Lancaster, Atlantic City
    1982: Ben Kingsley, Gandhi
    1983: Michael Caine, Educating Rita
    1984: Tom Hulce, Amadeus
    1985: Jack Nicholson, Prizzi’s Honor
    1986: Bob Hoskins, Mona Lisa
    1987: Steve Martin, Roxanne
    1988: Jeremy Irons, Dead Ringers
    1989: Daniel Day-Lewis, My Left Foot

    1990: Ray Liotta, Goodfellas
    1991: Anthony Hopkins, The Silence of the Lambs
    1992: Stephen Rea,  The Crying Game
    1993: Anthony Hopkins, The Remains of the Day
    1994: Samuel L. Jackson, Pulp Fiction
    1995: John Travolta, Get Shorty
    1996: Tom Cruise, Jerry Maguire
    1997: Robert Duvall, The Apostle
    1998: Ian McKellan, Gods and Monsters
    1999: Kevin Spacey, American Beauty

    2000: Tom Hanks, Cast Away
    2001: Tom Wilkinson, In the Bedroom
    2002: Daniel Day-Lewis, The Gangs of New York
    2003: Bill Murray, Lost in Translation
    2004: Paul Giamatti, Sideways
    2005: Phillip Seymour Hoffman, Capote
    2006: Leonardo DiCaprio- Blood Diamond/ The Departed
    2007: Casey Affleck, The Assassination of Jessie James by the Coward Robert Ford
    2008: Sean Penn, Milk
    2009:  Jeff Bridges, Crazy Heart
    2010: Jesse Eisenberg, The Social Network

    2011: George Clooney, The Descendants
    2012:  Joaquin Phoenix, The Master

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    I’m doing both who I would vote for among the Oscar nominees and who I think gave the best performance of the year
    1928-Emil Jannings, Last Command
    1929-Warner Baxter, In Old Arizona
    1930-George Arliss, Disraeli
              Edward G. Robinson, Little Caesar
    1931- Lionel Barrymore, Free Soul
              Charlie Chaplin, City Lights
    1932-Fredric March, Dr. Jeckyll & Mr. Hyde
              Paul Muni, Scarface
    1933-Paul Muni, I Am a Fugitive From a Chain Gang
             Groucho Marx, Duck Soup
    1934-Clark Gable, It Happened One Night
    1935-Victor McLaglen, Informer
              Fred Astaire, Top Hat
    1936-William Powell, My Man Godfrey
              Charlie Chaplin, Modern Times
    1937-Paul Muni, Life of Emile Zola
    1938-Spencer Tracy, Boys Town
              Cary Grant, Bringing Up Baby
    1939-James Stewart, Mr. Smith Goes to Washington
    1940-Charlie Chaplin, Great Dictator
    1941-Gary Cooper, Sergeant York
              Humphrey Bogart, Maltese Falcon
    1942-James Cagney, Yankee Doodle Dandy
             Joel McCrea, Palm Beach Story
    1943-Humphrey Bogart, Casablanca
    1944-Cary Grant, None But the Lonely Heart
              Fred McMurray, Double Indemnity
    1945-Ray Milland, Lost Weekend
    1946-James Stewart, It’s a Wonderful Life
    1947-Gregory Peck, Gentleman’s Agreement
             Charlie Chaplin, Monsieur Verdoux
    1948-Laurence Olivier, Hamlet
              Humphrey Bogart, Treasure of Sierra Madre
    1949-Broderick Crawford, All the King’s Men
    1950-William Holden, Sunset Boulevard
    1951-Marlon Brando, Streetcar Named Desire
    1952-Gary Cooper, High Noon
              Takashi Schimura, Ikiru
    1953-Montgomery Clift, From Here to Eternity
    1954-Marlon Brando, On the Waterfront
    1955-Frank Sinatra, Man with the Golden Arm
              James Dean, Rebel Without a Cause
    1956-Kirk Douglas, Lust for Life
              John Wayne, Searchers
    1957-Alec Guinness, Bridge on the River Kwai
             Andy Griffith, Faces in the Crowd
    1958-Paul Newman, Cat on a Hot Tin Roof
              James Stewart, Vertigo
    1959-Charlton Heston, Ben Hur
    1960-Jack Lemmon, Apartment
              Anthony Perkins, Psycho
    1961-Paul Newman, Hustler
    1962-Gregory Peck, To Kill a Mockingbird
    1963-Sidney Poitier, Lillies of the Field
    1964-Peter Seller, Dr. Strangelove
    1965-Rod Steiger, Pawnbroker
    1966-Michael Caine, Alfie
    1967-Paul Newman, Cool Hand Luke
    1968-Alan Arkin, Heart is a Lonely Hunter
              Steve McQueen, Bullitt
    1969-John Voight, Midnight Cowboy
    1970-George C. Scott, Patton
    1971-Gene Hackman, French Connection
    1972-Paul Winfield, Sounder
             Al Pacino, Godfather
    1973-Jack Nicholson, Last Detail
              Harvey Keitel, Mean Streets
    1974-Jack Nicholson, Chinatown
             Gene Hackman, Conversation
    1975-Jack Nicholson, One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest
    1976-Robert DeNiro, Taxi Driver
    1977-John Travolta, Saturday Night Fever
              Richard Dryfuss, Close Encounters of the Third Kind
    1978-John Voight, Coming Home
    1979-Dustin Hoffman, Kramer v. Kramer
    1980-Robert DeNiro, Raging Bull
             Timothy Hutton, Ordinary People
    1981-Burt Lancaster, Atlantic City
    1982-Ben Kingsley, Gandhi
    1983-Robert Duvall, Tender Mercies
    1984-Tom Hulce, Amadeus
              Steve Martin, All of Me
    1985-Jack Nicholson, Prizzi’s Honor
             John Cusack, Better Off Dead
    1986-Bob Hoskins, Mona Lisa
              Matthew Broderick, Ferris Bueller’s Day Off
    1987-Marcello Mastroianni, Dark Eyes
             Mel Gibson, Lethal Weapon
    1988-Gene Hackman, Mississippi Burning
    1989-Daniel Day-Lewis, My Left Foot
    1990-Robert DeNiro, Awakenings
              Ray Liotta, Goodfellas
    1991-Nick Nolte, Prince of Tides
    1992-Denzel Washington, Malcolm X
    1993-Anthony Hopkins, Remains of the Day
    1994-Morgan Freeman, Shawshank Redemption
    1995-Nicolas Cage, Leaving Las Vegas
    1996-Geoffrey Rush, Shine
    1997-Robert Duvall, Apostle
    1998-Edward Norton, American History X
    1999-Kevin Spacey, American Beauty
    2000-Javier Bardem, Before Night Falls
              Michael Douglas, Wonder Boys
    2001-Tom Wilkinson, In the Bedroom
              Guy Pierce, Memento
    2002-Jack Nicholson, Abiout Schmidt
    2003-Sean Penn, Mystic River
    2004-Don Cheadle, Hotel Rwanda
              Paul Giamatti, Sideways
    2005-Joaquin Phoenix, Walk the Line
             Jeff Daniels. Squid & the Whale
    2006-Peter O’Toole, Venus
    2007-Daniel Day-Lewis, There Will Be Blood
    2008-Mickey Rourke, Wrestler
    2009-Jeff Bridges, Crazy Heart
              Matt Damon, Informant!
    2010-Colin Firth, King’s Speech
    2011-George Clooney, Descendents
    2012-Daniel Day Lewis, Lincoln

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    I’ve taken out the years for which I didn’t see any performance (mostly pre-1938):

    1930’s:
    1934- Clark Gable – It Happened One Night
    1936- William Powell – My Man Godfrey
    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
    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- James Stewart – Harvey
    1951- Marlon Brando – A Streetcar Named Desire
    1952- Gary Cooper – High Noon
    1953- William Holden – Stalag 17
    1954- James Mason – A Star is Born
    1955- James Dean – East of Eden
    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- Jack Lemmon – The Apartment
    1961- Maximilian Schell – Judgement at Nuremberg
    1962- Gregory Peck – To Kill a Mockingbird
    1963- Paul Newman – Hud
    1964- Rex Harrison – My Fair Lady
    1965- Lee Marvin – Cat Ballou
    1966- Richard Burton – Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?
    1967- Sidney Poitier – Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner
    1968- Peter O’Toole – The Lion in Winter
    1969- John Wayne – True Grit
    1970’s:
    1970- George C. Scott – Patton
    1971- Gene Wilder – Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory
    1972-Marlon Brando – The Godfather
    1973- Robert Redford – The Sting
    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- Henry Fonda – On Golden Pond
    1982- Paul Newman – The Verdict
    1983- Robert Duvall – Tender Mercies
    1984- Tom Hulce – Amadeus
    1985- Wiliam Hurt – Kiss of the Spider Woman
    1986- Bob Hoskins – Mona Lisa
    1987- Michael Douglas – Wall Street
    1988- Gene Hackman – Mississippi Burning
    1989- Daniel Day-Lewis – My Left Foot
    1990’s:
    1990- Johnny Depp – Edward Scissorhands
    1991- Anthony Hopkins – The Silence of the Lambs
    1992- Robert Downey, Jr. – Chaplin
    1993- Tom Hanks – Philadelphia
    1994- Tom Hanks – Forrest Gump
    1995- Nicolas Cage – Leaving Las Vegas
    1996- Geoffrey Rush – Shine
    1997- Jack Nicholson – As Good As It Gets
    1998- Edward Norton – American History X
    1999- Russell Crowe – The Insider
    2000’s:
    2000- Michael Douglas – Wonder Boys
    2001- Denzel Washington – Training Day
    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- Sean Penn – Milk
    2009- Colin Firth – A Single Man
    2010’s:
    2010- Jeff Bridges – True Grit
    2011- Gary Oldman – Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy
    2012 – Joaquin Phoenix – The Master 

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    1950- James Stewart, Harvey
    1951- Montogomery Clift, A Place in the Sun
    1952- Alec Guinness, The Lavender Hill Mob
    1953- William Holden, Stalag 17
    1954- Marlon Brando, On The Waterfront
    1955- Spencer Tracy, Bad Day At Black Rock
    1956- James Dean, Giant
    1957- Alec Guinness, Bridge on the River Kwai
    1958- Tony Curtis, The Defiant Ones
    1959- Jack Lemmon, Some Like It Hot

    1960- Jack Lemmon, The Apartment
    1961- Paul Newman, The Hustler
    1962- Marcello Mastroianni, Divorce Italian Style
    1963- Paul Newman, Hud
    1964- Peter Sellers,  Dr. Strangelove or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love The Bomb
    1965- Rod Steiger, The Pawnbroker
    1966- Richard Burton, Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?
    1967- Rod Steiger, In The Heat of the Night
    1968- Peter O’Toole, The Lion in Winter
    1969- Dustin Hoffman, Midnight Cowboy

    1970- Jack Nicholson, Five Easy Pieces
    1971- Peter Finch, Sunday Bloody Sunday
    1972- Michael Caine, Sleuth
    1973- Marlon Brando, Last Tango in Paris
    1974- Al Pacino, The Godfather Part II
    1975- Al Pacino, Dog Day Afternoon
    1976- Giancarlo Giannini, Seven Beauties
    1977- John Travolta, Saturday Night Fever
    1978- Robert de Niro, The Deer Hunter
    1979- Roy Scheider, All That Jazz

    1980- Robert de Niro, Raging Bull
    1981- Dudley Moore, Arthur
    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- Michael Douglas, Wall Street
    1988- Tom Hanks, Big
    1989- Kenneth Branagh, Henry V

    1990- Jeremy Irons, Reversal of Fortune
    1991- Anthony Hopkins, The Silence of the Lambs
    1992- Denzel Washington, Malcolm X
    1993- Anthony Hopkins, The Remains of the Day
    1994- Paul Newman, Nobody’s Fool
    1995- Nicolas Cage, Leaving Las Vegas
    1996- Tom Cruise, Jerry Maguire
    1997- Robert Duvall, The Apostle
    1998- Edward Norton, American History X
    1999- Richard Farnsworth, The Straight Story

    2000- Tom Hanks, Cast Away
    2001- Tom Wilkinson, In the Bedroom
    2002- Jack Nicholson, About Schmidt
    2003- Jude Law, Cold Mountain
    2004- Don Cheadle, Hotel Rwanda
    2005- Heath Ledger, Brokeback Mountain
    2006- Ryan Gosling, Half Nelson
    2007- Viggo Mortensen, Eastern Promises
    2008- Sean Penn, Milk
    2009- Colin Firth, A Single Man

    2010- Jesse Eisenberg, The Social Network
    2011- Brad Pitt, Moneyball
    2012- Joaquin Phoenix, The Master 

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    I would of loved to see Brad Pitt win for Moneyball. Great film, great performance. Shame it didn’t take anything.

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    Am I the only one who thinks that Robert Mitchum should have won an Oscar in 1955 for The Night of the Hunter?

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    Am I the only one who thinks that Robert Mitchum should have won an Oscar in 1955 for The Night of the Hunter?

    Not in the slightest.

    It’s a crime that he wasn’t even nominated. 

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    [quote=”msnowden1″]Am I the only one who thinks that Robert Mitchum should have won an Oscar in 1955 for The Night of the Hunter?

    Not in the slightest.

    It’s a crime that he wasn’t even nominated. [/quote]

    No, he is on my list as well…..

    1926 – Lars Hanson for The Scarlet Letter

    1927 – George O’Brien for Sunrise

    1928 – James Murray for The Crowd

    1929 – Buster Keaton for Spite Marriage

    1930 – Charles Farrell for City Girl

    1931 – Peter Lorre for M

    1932 – Paul Muni for I Was a Fugitive from a Chain Gang

    1933 – Claude Raines for The Invisible Man

    1934 – Anton Walbrook for Masquerade in Vienna

    1935 – Charles Laughton for Ruggles of Red Gap

    1936 – Spencer Tracey for Fury

    1937 – Paul Muni for The Life of Emile Zola

    1938 – Cary Grant for Bringing Up Baby

    1939 – Clark Gable for Gone With the Wind

    1940 – Laurence Olivier for Pride and Prejudice

    1941 – Cary Grant for Penney Serenade

    1942 – Gary Cooper for The Pride of the Yankees

    1943 – Henry Fonda for The Ox-Bow Incident

    1944 – Bing Crosby for Going My Way

    1945 – Ray Millard for The Long Weekend

    1946 – Trevor Howard for Brief Encounter

    1947 – Tyrone Power for Nightmare Alley

    1948 – Montgomery Clift for The Search

    1949 – Alec Guinness for Kind Hearts and Cornets

    1950 – James Stewart for Harvey

    1951 – Montgomery Clift for A Place in the Sun

    1952 – Carlo Battisti for Umberto D

    1953 – James Hayter for The Pickwick Papers

    1954 – Rock Hudson for The Magnificent Obsessio

    1955 – Robert Mitchum for Night of the Hunter

    1956 – James Mason for Bigger Than Life

    1957 – Victor Sjostrom for Wild Strawberries

    1958 – James Stewart for Vertigo

    1959 – Eiji Okada for Hiroshma Mon Amour

    1960 – Burt Lancaster for Elmer Gentry

    1961 – Marcello Mastroianni for La Notte

    1962 – Gregory Peck for To Kill a Mockingbird

    1963 – Albert Finney for Tom Jones

    1964 – Richard Attenborough for Séance on a Wet Afternoon

    1965 –Yuzo Kayama for Red Beard

    1966 – Richard Burton for Whoose Afraid of Virginia Woolf?

    1967 – Robert Blake for In Cold Blood

    1968 – Max Von Sydow for Shame

    1969 – Jon Voight for Midnight Cowboy

    1970 – Jack Nicholson for Five Easy Pieces

    1971 – Oliver Reed for The Devils

    1972 – Scott Antony for Savage Messiah

    1973 – Marlon Brando for Last Tango in Paris

    1974 – Martin Sheen for Badlands

    1975 – Oliver Reed for Tommy

    1976 – Robert De Niro for Taxi Driver

    1977 – Richard Burton for Equus

    1978 – Jon Voight for Coming Home

    1979 – George C Scott for Hardcore

    1980 – Robert De Niro for Raging Bull

    1981 – Burt Lancaster for Atlantic City

    1982 – Jack Lemmon for Missing

    1983 – Robert De Niro for King of Comedy

    1984 – Albert Finney for Under the Volcano

    1985 – William Hurt for Kiss of the Spiderwoman

    1986 – Gary Oldman for Sid and Nancy

    1987 – Gary Oldman for Prick up Your Ears

    1988 – Jeremy Irons for Dead Ringers

    1989 – John Hurt for Scandal

    1990 – Jeremy Irons for Reversal of Fortune

    1991 – William Hurt for The Doctor

    1992 – Harvey Keitel for Bad Lieutenant

    1993 – Anthony Hopkins for Remains of the Day

    1994 – Ernst Hugo Jaregerd for The Kingdom

    1995 – Nicolas Cage for Leaving Las Vegas

    1996 – Tom Cruise for Jerry Maguire

    1997 – Peter Fonda for Ulee’s Gold

    1998 – Nick Nolte for Affliction

    1999 – Richard Farnsworth for The Straight Story

    2000 – Colin Farrell for Tigerland

    2001 – Tom Wilkinson for In the Bedroom

    2002 – Adrien Brody for The Pianist

    2003 – Bill Murray for Lost in Translation

    2004 – Paul Giamati for Sideways

    2005 – Joseph Gordon-Hewitt for Mysterious Skin

    2006 – Toby Jones for Infamous

    2007 – Daniel Day-Lewis for There Will Be Blood

    2008 – Toni Servillo for Il Divo

    2009 – Colin Firth for A Single Man

    2010 – Gerard Depardieu for Mammuth

    2011 – George Clooney for The Descendants

    2012 – John Hawkes for The Sessions

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    10 Greatest Male performances in leads.

      1.  daniel day lewis- there will be blood / lincoln
      2.  william hurt- kiss of the spider woman
      3. dustin hoffman- midnight cowboy/ tootsie
      4. richard burton- who’s afraid of virginia woolf?
      5. jack nicholson- one flew over the cuckoo’s nest
      6. james cagney- yankee doodle dandy
      7. robert de niro- raging bull/ taxi driver
      8. jon voight- coming home
      9. russell crowe- a beautiful mind
    10. marlon brando- a streetcar named desire

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