Denzel Washington: How long is each of his Oscar-nominated performances?

Since Denzel Washington first caught the attention of academy voters with his work in “Cry Freedom,” he has racked up nine Oscar nominations for acting. That ties him with Paul Newman, Al Pacino, and Spencer Tracy among actors. Only Jack Nicholson (12) and Laurence Olivier (10) have more bids.

Denzel Washington has been nominated seven times for Best Actor and twice for Best Supporting Actor. In terms of screen time, his lead performances average out to one hour, 29 minutes, and six seconds (or 63.12% of the respective films). The average for his pair of featured turns is 31 minutes and 31 seconds (or 23.07%). Check out our gallery and screen time analysis of Washington’s nine Oscar-nominated performances