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Oscar Winners for Best Supporting Actor

The Oscars have been awarded annually since 1927 by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences.

  • Tommy Lee Jones (born 1946)

    American actor, writer and director.

    • 1993 Academy Award winner for his performance in The Fugitive
  • Jack Albertson (born 1907, died 1981)

    American actor.

    • 1968 Academy Award winner for his performance in The Subject Was Roses
  • Red Buttons (born 1919)

    American actor. Original name: Aaron Chwatt.

    • 1957 Academy Award winner for his performance in Sayonara
  • Gig Young (born 1913, died 1978)

    American actor. Original name: Byron Elsworth Barr.

    • 1969 Academy Award winner for his performance in They Shoot Horses, Don''t They?
  • Walter Brennan (born 1894, died 1974)

    American actor.

    • Three-time Academy Award winner for Best Supporting Actor: 1936, for Come and Get It; 1938, for Kentucky; and 1940, for The Westerner
  • Charles Coburn (born 1877, died 1961)

    American actor.

    • 1943 Academy Award winner for his performance in The More the Merrier
  • Donald Crisp (born 1880, died 1974)

    Scottish-born American actor.

    • 1941 Academy Award winner for his performance in How Green Was My Valley
  • Melvyn Douglas (born 1901, died 1981)

    American actor.

    • Two-time Academy Award winner for Best Supporting Actor: 1963, for Hud; 1979, for Being There
  • James Dunn (born 1905, died 1967)

    American actor.

    • 1945 Academy Award winner for his performance in A Tree Grows in Brooklyn
  • Barry Fitzgerald (born 1888, died 1961)

    American actor. Original name: William Joseph Shields.

    • 1944 Academy Award winner for his performance in Going My Way
  • Louis Gossett, Jr. (born 1936)

    American actor and producer.

    • 1982 Academy Award winner for his performance in An Officer and a Gentleman
  • Edmund Gwenn (born 1875, died 1959)

    British actor.

    • 1947 Academy Award winner for his performance in Miracle on 34th Street
  • Van Heflin (born 1910, died 1971)

    American actor.

    • 1942 Academy Award winner for his performance in Johnny Eager
  • Walter Huston (born 1884, died 1950)

    Canadian-born American actor. Father of director John Huston.

    • 1948 Academy Award winner for his performance in Treasure of Sierra Madre
  • Dean Jagger (born 1905, died 1991)

    American actor.

    • 1949 Academy Award winner for his performance in Twelve O''Clock High
  • George Kennedy (born 1925)

    American actor.

    • 1967 Academy Award winner for his performance in Cool Hand Luke
  • Karl Malden (born 1914)

    American actor and director. Original name: Malden Sekulovich.

    • 1951 Academy Award winner for his performance in A Streetcar Named Desire
  • Thomas E. Mitchell (born 1892, died 1962)

    American actor.

    • 1939 Academy Award winner for his performance in Stage Coach
  • Robin Williams (born 1952)

    American comedian and actor.

    • 1997 Academy Award winner for his performance in Good Will Hunting
  • Edmond O'Brien (born 1915, died 1985)

    American actor, director and producer.

    • 1954 Academy Award winner for his performance in The Barefoot Contessa
  • Anthony Quinn (born 1916)

    Mexican-American actor, director and producer.

    • Two-time Academy Award winner for Best Supporting Actor: 1952, for Viva Zapata!; 1956, for Lust for Life
  • Harold Russell (born 1914)

    Canadian actor.

    • 1946 Academy Award winner for his performance in The Best Years of Our Lives
  • George Sanders (born 1906, died 1972)

    American actor.

    • 1950 Academy Award winner for his performance in All About Eve
  • Joseph Schildkraut (born 1895, died 1964)

    Austrian actor.

    • 1937 Academy Award winner for his performance in Life of Emile Zola
  • Don Ameche (born 1908, died 1993)

    American actor.

    • 1985 Academy Award winner for his performance in Cocoon
  • Joel Grey (born 1932)

    American actor. Original name: Joe Katz.

    • 1972 Academy Award winner for his performance in Cabaret
  • Jack Nicholson (born 1937)

    American actor.

    • 1983 Academy Award winner for his performance in Terms of Endearment
  • Jack Lemmon (born 1925)

    American actor and comedian.

    • 1955 Academy Award winner for his performance in Mister Roberts
  • Walter Matthau (born 1920)

    American actor and director.

    • 1966 Academy Award winner for his performance in The Fortune Cookie
  • Frank Sinatra (born 1915, died 1998)

    American singer and actor.

    • 1953 Academy Award winner for his performance in From Here to Eternity
  • Burl Ives (born 1909, died 1995)

    American actor and singer.

    • 1958 Academy Award winner for his performance in The Big Country
  • Hugh Griffith (born 1912, died 1980)

    British actor.

    • 1959 Academy Award winner for his performance in Ben-Hur
  • Peter Ustinov (born 1921)

    English actor, writer, director and producer.

    • Two-time Academy Award winner for Best Supporting Actor: 1960, for Spartacus; 1964, for Tokapi
  • George Chakiris (born 1934)

    American actor.

    • 1961 Academy Award winner for his performance in West Side Story
  • Ed Begley (born 1901, died 1970)

    American actor.

    • 1962 Academy Award winner for his performance in Sweet Bird of Youth
  • Martin Balsam (born 1919, died 1996)

    American actor.

    • 1965 Academy Award winner for his performance in A Thousand Clowns
  • John Mills (born 1908)

    English actor, director and producer.

    • 1970 Academy Award winner for his performance in Ryan''s Daughter
  • Gene Hackman (born 1930)

    American actor.

    • 1992 Academy Award winner for his performance in Unforgiven
  • John Houseman (born 1902, died 1988)

    Romanian-American actor, writer and producer.

    • 1973 Academy Award winner for his performance in The Paper Chase
  • Robert De Niro (born 1943)

    American actor, director and producer.

    • 1974 Academy Award winner for his performance in The Godfather, Part II
  • Jason Robards, Jr. (born 1922)

    American actor.

    • Two-time Academy Award winner for Best Supporting Actor: 1976, for All the President''s Men; 1977, for Julia
  • Christopher Walken (born 1943)

    American actor.

    • 1978 Academy Award winner for his performance in The Deer Hunter
  • Timothy Hutton (born 1960)

    American actor, director and producer.

    • 1980 Academy Award winner for his performance in Ordinary People
  • John Gielgud (born 1904, died 2000)

    English actor and director.

    • 1981 Academy Award winner for his performance in Arthur
  • Michael Caine (born 1933)

    British actor. Original name: Maurice Micklewhite.

    • 1986 Academy Award winner for his performance in Hannah and Her Sisters
    • 1999 Academy Award winner for The Cider House Rules
  • (Thomas) Sean Connery (born 1930)

    Scottish actor and producer.

    • 1987 Academy Award winner for his performance in The Untouchables
  • Kevin Kline (born 1947)

    American actor and director.

    • 1988 Academy Award winner for his performance in A Fish Called Wanda
  • Joe Pesci (born 1943)

    American actor.

    • 1990 Academy Award winner for his performance in Goodfellas
  • Martin Landau (born 1931)

    American actor.

    • 1994 Academy Award winner for his performance in Ed Wood
  • Kevin Spacey (born 1959)

    American actor, director and producer.

    • 1995 Academy Award winner for his performance in The Usual Suspects
  • Ben Johnson (born 1918, died 1996)

    American actor and writer.

    • 1971 Academy Award winner for his performance in The Last Picture Show
  • James Coburn Jr (born 1928)

    American actor, director and producer

    • 1998 Academy Awards winner for playing the role of Glen in Affliction

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