She first appeared on stage in 1928, in an Athens production of Henry Bataille's "La femme nue". Booth wore a patterned dress to accept the award. Liza Minnelli wore bright orange to the 1972 ceremony. The following individuals received two or more Best Actress awards: The following individuals received four or more Best Actress nominations: Nominations for portraying multiple characters in the same film. ", French actress Simone Signoret with the best actress Oscar she took home for her work in "Room at the Top.". Ginger Rogers and Jimmy Stewart hold the Oscars they won for best actress and best actor. Sandra Bullock was radiant in Marchesa for her big night! She was educated at Winceby House School, Bexhill then moved on to Manchester Repertory Theatre. She was the daughter of a salesman and his wife, Catherine, who herself was the daughter of Frank Lloyd Wright, the world-renowned architect. The actress chose a strapless silk gown with dark floral appliques strategically placed throughout the skirt. She obtained a scholarship to study art at the University of Minnesota, but instead went to Paris to study drama. Her acting career began when she was introduced to her brother Ray Duke's ... Rare is the reference to Margaret Rutherford that doesn't characterize her as either jut-chinned, eccentric, or both. To Bette, dancers led a glamorous life, but... Luise Rainer, the first thespian to win back-to-back Oscars, was born on January 12, 1910 in Dusseldorf, Germany, into a prosperous Jewish family. Joan Crawford was born Lucille Fay LeSueur on March 23, 1904, in San Antonio, Texas, to Anna Belle (Johnson) and Thomas E. LeSueur, a laundry laborer. Ask Kate Winslet what she likes about any of her characters, and the word "ballsy" is bound to pop up at least once. Natalie Portman took home the Oscar for her work in "Black Swan" and looked stunning in a purple gown from fashion-forward brand Rodarte. Sally Field paired this effortless black dress by Holly Harp with a white necklace that looked like a ribbon or shoelace. Despite her age and weight, she became one of the top box office draws of the sound era. Though many pundits feel that only five women being nominated in the 90-year history of the Academy Awards is a troubling statistic, it is worth noting that this is more of an industry-wide problem than simply an Oscars problem. She then moved to Los Angeles where she enrolled in a secretarial school. For the big night she chose a jumpsuit with metallic threads woven throughout the sleeves and pants to create the illusion of stripes. The designer for Booth's dress when she won is unknown, but the style speaks for itself! She was 14 when she joined a theater group and she went on to work on stage and in light opera. She paired the look with a long pendant and shoulder-length curls. In that span of time, she enjoyed an amazing film renaissance at age 80, something unheard of in a town that worships youth and nubile beauty. Hayes was born in Washington, D.C., to Catherine Estelle "Essie" Hayes, an actress who worked in touring companies, and Francis van Arnum Brown,... Katharine Hepburn was born on May 12, 1907 in Hartford, Connecticut to a suffragist and a doctor who both always encouraged her to speak her mind, develop it fully, and exercise her body to its full potential. Jennifer Jones (second from left) wore a black suit by Anita Colby when she won. In the early 1930's she was one of the founding members of the National Theatre of Greece (previously named Royal Theatre) and performed several ... Ethel Barrymore was the second of three children seemingly destined for the actor's life of their parents Maurice and Georgiana. The actress had an affinity for Givenchy's style after the design house costumed her for "Sabrina." Her mother, Grace Lind, once performed as a concert pianist. Susan Sarandon smiles for photographers backstage. Her elaborate updo tops off the look! We can't agree more! After looking back at more than 90 years of Oscar gowns, it's safe to say that nothing's off-limits! 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Gwyneth Paltrow's striking pink Ralph Lauren gown was an instant classic. Her parents were very ambitious for her as they recognized ... A natural and lovely talent who was discovered for films by Samuel Goldwyn, the always likable Teresa Wright distinguished herself early on in high-caliber, Oscar-worthy form -- the only performer ever to be nominated for Oscars for her first three films. RELATED: Oscars 2017: And the Academy Award nominations go to... Again, Hepburn skipped the Oscars — not once in all of her 12 nominations did she go to the ceremony. [3] Starting with the 9th ceremony held in 1937, the category was officially limited to five nominations per year. Perhaps the most surprising part of Christie's look was the fact that she made the dress herself! [1] Currently, nominees are determined by single transferable vote within the actors branch of AMPAS; winners are selected by a plurality vote from the entire eligible voting members of the Academy. For the first Academy Awards ceremony of the new millennium, Hilary Swank wore an olive green, drop-waist gown and an insanely gorgeous diamond necklace that delicately rested over her decolletage for an elegant effect. She pulled her hair back into a half-up style and accessorized it with white floral accents. Jessica Tandy wore a two-piece Armani set for the big night, pairing it with a set of dramatic statement earrings. She was known internationally for her beauty, especially for her violet eyes, with which she captured audiences early on in her youth and kept the world hooked ... Sophia Loren was born as Sofia Scicolone at the Clinica Regina Margherita in Rome, Italy, on September 20, 1934. [3] However, during the 3rd ceremony held in 1930, only one of those films was cited in each winner's final award, even though each of the acting winners had two films following their names on the ballots.[4]. In a departure from the minimalist gowns from the previous years, Susan Sarandon decided to go all-out for the 1996 Oscars. There's never been a more outrageous Oscars gown than the one worn by Cher in 1988. The dramatic, red-and-black cape-like shawl only added to the drama of her win. See the list of 2020 Oscar Winners including best picture, best actor, best actress and more. Born in Birmingham, Alabama, to Episcopal minister Robert Fletcher and his wife Estelle, both of whom were deaf, Louise Fletcher was introduced to performing at a young age by the aunt who taught her to speak. Emma Thompson went with a monochromatic look for her big night. She is known for starring in Elia Kazan's On the Waterfront (1954), for which she won an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress, and Alfred Hitchcock's North by Northwest (1959). She was of English and Irish descent. For her one and only Oscars win after seven nominations, Page wore a black and red dress designed by Gail Cooper-Hecht. Theron wore a body-hugging Gucci gown embellished with delicate beading and an open back. The 2020 Oscar nominations have been announced and that can only mean one thing — the most notable red carpet of the year is almost here! The 2019 Oscar winners are here! Fletcher attended the 48th Annual Academy Awards in a pastel gown. Her father was a transportation worker, and Susan lived a fairly comfortable life as a child, but the precocious little redhead had no idea of the life that awaited her. At least she was able to laugh it off and look great doing it! As a child, she & her parents moved to San Francisco, California, where she graduated from high school in 1923. She wore an ice blue Gucci gown with a matching shawl. In 1991, Kathy Bates wore a velvet Donna Karan number to pick up her big award. Ziegfeld rejected her for his "Follies," but she got work as an extra in several movies. She is the second child of Mary Elizabeth "Betty" (Reese) and Dr. John Draper Witherspoon, Sr. It's the kind of couture creation any girl would dream of wearing, but the large skirt caused Lawrence to trip on her way up to accepting the award. Julianne Moore chose a stunning Chanel design for her big night. Dunaway at the 1977 Oscars in a simple black gown. Known as "The First lady of the American Theater", Helen Hayes had a legendary career on stage and in films and television that spanned over eighty years. Marion Cotillard looked like an art deco mermaid in the unbelievable Jean Paul Gaultier gown she wore to the 2008 Oscars. As they say in fashion, everything that's old is new again! She wore a silk Dolce and Gabbana ballgown in a bronze color. Joan Fontaine (left) wore classic black to accept her 1942 award. After graduating high school she attempted, with the help ... Judy Holliday was born Judith Tuvim in New York City on June 21, 1921. Instead of opting for a gown, she chose a long skirt and an oversized linen blazer paired with a buttoned-up shirt and a scarf. The family moved to the United States when she was three. Jennifer Jones (second from left) celebrated her win in a simple dress. She is the youngest of three girls born to Bertye Kathleen (Talbot), a homemaker, and Langdon Doyle Bates, a mechanical engineer. After a few stage productions, Alice was discovered by movie producers in New York, since this was the film capital at the time. It is given in honor of an actress who has delivered an outstanding performance in a leading role while working within the film industry.The award is traditionally presented by the previous year's Best Actor winner. Her mother, known as Lelee, went to Independence to have Ginger away from her husband. Rainer, center, stood out at her first Oscars ceremony. Vivien Leigh didn't go to the ceremony because she was starring in Shakespeare's "Antony and Cleopatra" on Broadway (her husband played the male lead). The following year, this unwieldy and confusing system was replaced by the current system in which an actress is nominated for a specific performance in a single film. Vernon Weir McDormand, a Disciples of Christ minister from Nova Scotia, who raised her in the suburbs of Pittsburgh. "Terms of Endearment" won five awards that night, including MacLaine's, but the real winner might be this classy peach outfit. It might not have been the obvious red carpet choice, but it certainly was a memorable one! Her Broadway debut came when she was 19 in 'The Time of Your Life'. Her parents were Emilie (Königsberger) and Heinrich Rainer, a businessman. She was born in Smyrna, Georgia, to Betty Lou (Bredemus) and Walter Grady Roberts, one-time actors and playwrights, and is of English, Irish, Scottish, Welsh, German, and Swedish descent. Although she initially showed little inclination to follow her father's trade, she was ... Liza Minnelli was born on March 12, 1946, the daughter of Judy Garland and movie director Vincente Minnelli. Her maid-mammy characters became steadily more assertive, showing up first in Judge Priest (1934) and becoming pronounced in Alice Adams (1935). As a young aspiring actress, she met and fell for young, handsome, aspiring ... Ingrid Bergman was one of the greatest actresses from Hollywood's lamented Golden Era. She made history at the ceremony by giving part of her acceptance speech in sign language! The style icon was picture-perfect in a white Givenchy gown at the 1954 Academy Awards. Grace Kelly took home the award for her role in "The Country Girl. She appeared on stage in Sir John Barry's tour of Evensong, then as Sally ... Shelley Winters was born Shirley Schrift of very humble beginnings on August 18, 1920 (some sources list 1922) in East St. Louis, Illinois. Her sister, Joan, later to become famous as Joan Fontaine, was born the following year. This glittering and glamorous gown looked beautiful on Theron as she won. For her role as widowed courtesan Madame Hortense in "Zorba the Greek" (1964), Kedrova won the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress. Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? Reese Witherspoon arrives at the Oscars red carpet in 2006. It's certain that they would have been just as legendary as she was. Barbra Streisand at the 41st annual Academy Awards. Davis certainly made a splash in this Orry-Kelly patterned dress with dramatic lapels. Helen Hayes started a trend with her fingerless white gloves, but her dress may have been the real star — the sleeveless gown included a peplum waist, dramatic floral embellishments and a V-neck. "Mildred Pierce" was Joan Crawford's comeback movie, but she was so nervous about the ceremony that she stayed home, claiming she was sick. Her film career also includes ... Jo Van Fleet was born on December 29, 1915 in Oakland, California. Kate Winslet took home her first Oscar in 2009 for her work in "The Reader," and she looked absolutely regal in this slate grey, one-shoulder gown. ", Emma Stone took a cue from flappers with this gold, fringe-covered number in 2017. The stunning star paired the look with long white gloves and a bib-style necklace. Janet Gaynor was born Laura Gainor on October 6, 1906, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Her parents divorced in 1950 and her mother then married stuntman Jock Mahoney, and they had a daughter, Princess O'Mahoney. This role, for which she received ... A beloved, twinkly blue-eyed doyenne of stage and screen, actress Jessica Tandy's career spanned nearly six and a half decades. She asked Martin Scorsese to accept the award and thank himself. ", Julia Roberts wore vintage to take home the best actress Oscar for her role in "Erin Brockovich", Hilary Swank took home her first Oscar in 2000 for her role in "Boys Don't Cry.
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