Golden Globe Award for Best Actor – Motion Picture Drama

Best Actor – Motion Picture DramaBest ActorGolden Globe
* 10 nominations * Al Pacino * 8 nominations * Leonardo DiCaprio * Jack Nicholson * Denzel Washington * 7 nominations * Daniel Day-Lewis * Paul Newman * 6 nominations * Tom Hanks * Jack Lemmon * 5 nominations * Richard Burton * Russell Crowe * Gene Hackman * Dustin Hoffman * Peter O'Toole * Gregory Peck * Sidney Poitier * Jon Voight * 4 nominations * Warren Beatty * Marlon Brando * Robert De Niro * Anthony Hopkins * Burt Lancaster * Spencer Tracy * 3 nominations * Michael Caine * George Clooney * Tom Cruise * Albert Finney * Harrison Ford * Fredric March * Steve McQueen * Liam Neeson * Nick Nolte * Laurence Olivier * Sean Penn * Brad Pitt * George C.

List of film director and actor collaborations

collaborators
(1986) * Sunset (1988) * Peter Gunn (1989, TV film) * Son of the Pink Panther (1993) * Jack Lemmon * Days of Wine and Roses (1962) * The Great Race (1965) * That's Life!

AFI Life Achievement Award

Life Achievement AwardLifetime Achievement AwardLifetime Achievement
Notable omissions were Robert Altman, Charles Chaplin, Claudette Colbert, Alec Guinness, Audrey Hepburn, Charlton Heston, Bob Hope, Elia Kazan, Paul Newman, Laurence Olivier, (all of whom are recipients of a Lincoln Center Gala Tribute), Lauren Bacall, Ingrid Bergman, Marlon Brando, Joan Crawford, Marlene Dietrich, Irene Dunne, Greta Garbo, Ava Gardner, Greer Garson, Cary Grant, Howard Hawks, Katharine Hepburn, William Holden, Deborah Kerr, Stanley Kramer, Stanley Kubrick, Burt Lancaster, Jerry Lewis, Myrna Loy, Sidney Lumet, Robert Mitchum, Peter O'Toole, Mary Pickford, Anthony Quinn, Debbie Reynolds, Ginger Rogers, Mickey Rooney, Norma Shearer, Shirley Temple, John Wayne, Robin Williams and

Kennedy Center Honors

Kennedy Center HonorThe Kennedy Center Honors: A Celebration of the Performing ArtsThe Kennedy Center Honors
King, Sidney Poitier, and Neil Simon * 1996 – Edward Albee, Benny Carter, Johnny Cash, Jack Lemmon, and Maria Tallchief * 1997 – Lauren Bacall, Bob Dylan, Charlton Heston, Jessye Norman, and Edward Villella * 1998 – Bill Cosby (rescinded in 2018), Fred Ebb & John Kander, Willie Nelson, André Previn, and Shirley Temple Black * 1999 – Victor Borge, Sean Connery, Judith Jamison, Jason Robards, and Stevie Wonder * 2000 – Mikhail Baryshnikov, Chuck Berry, Plácido Domingo, Clint Eastwood, and Angela Lansbury * 2001 – Julie Andrews, Van Cliburn, Quincy Jones, Jack Nicholson, and Luciano Pavarotti * 2002 – James Earl Jones, James Levine, Chita Rivera, Paul Simon, and Elizabeth Taylor * 2003 –

List of actors with two or more Academy Award nominations in acting categories

Jack Nicholson is the most nominated male performer in the acting categories with 12 nominations. The most Best Actor nominations is nine, for both Spencer Tracy and Laurence Olivier (Nicholson has eight). Thelma Ritter is the most nominated in the Best Supporting Actress category with six, while in the Best Supporting Actor category six actors have each received four nominations, they are Walter Brennan, Claude Rains, Arthur Kennedy, Jack Nicholson, Robert Duvall and Jeff Bridges. The record for most nominations in the acting categories without a win, is eight by Peter O'Toole, followed by Richard Burton with seven, and Deborah Kerr, Thelma Ritter and Glenn Close all with six.

1975 in film

19751975 in film1974/75
, Sally Kellerman, Mackenzie Phillips * Rancho Deluxe, starring Jeff Bridges, Sam Waterston, Elizabeth Ashley, Clifton James, Harry Dean Stanton, Slim Pickens * The Reincarnation of Peter Proud, directed by J.

1974 in film

19741974 in filmfifth-highest-grossing picture
) * The Cars that Ate Paris, directorial debut of Peter Weir - (Australia) * Celine and Julie Go Boating (Céline et Julie vont en bateau), directed by Jacques Rivette - (France) * Chinatown, directed by Roman Polanski, starring Jack Nicholson and Faye Dunaway - Golden Globe Awards for best picture, director and actor * Claudine, starring Diahann Carroll and James Earl Jones * The Clockmaker (L' Horloger de Saint-Paul), directed by Bertrand Tavernier, starring Philippe Noiret and Jean Rochefort - (France) * Cockfighter, starring Warren Oates and Harry Dean Stanton * Conrack, directed by Martin Ritt, starring Jon Voight * The Conscript (De loteling) - (Belgium) * The Conversation, directed

Cannes Film Festival Award for Best Actor

Best ActorBest Actor AwardCannes Film Festival Award for Best Actor
* Marcello Mastroianni (Italy) - The Pizza Triangle (1970), Dark Eyes (1987) * Jack Lemmon (USA) - The China Syndrome (1979), Missing (1982) * Dean Stockwell (USA) - Compulsion (1959), Long Day's Journey into Night (1962) * Silver Bear for Best Actor * Volpi Cup for Best Actor * Cannes Film Festival official website * Cannes Film Festival at IMDb.

1996 in film

19961996 in film1996 film
Jackson * Looking for Richard, directed by and starring Al Pacino * Lost and Found (Tian ya hai jiao) – (Hong Kong) * Love Is All There Is, starring Joseph Bologna, Renée Taylor, Lainie Kazan * Love Serenade, starring Miranda Otto – (Australia) * Mad Dog Time, directed by Larry Bishop, starring Jeff Goldblum, Richard Dreyfuss, Ellen Barkin, Diane Lane, Gabriel Byrne * Mahjong – (Taiwan) * The Making of the Mahatma – (India/South Africa) * Malicious, starring Molly Ringwald * Manny & Lo, starring Scarlett Johansson * Mars Attacks!, directed by Tim Burton, starring Jack Nicholson, Annette Bening, Glenn Close, Rod Steiger, Pierce Brosnan, Michael J.

1989 in film

19891989 in film1989 film
) * Scenes from the Class Struggle in Beverly Hills, directed by Paul Bartel, starring Jacqueline Bisset, Ed Begley, Jr., Rebecca Schaeffer * Sea of Love, directed by Harold Becker, starring Al Pacino, Ellen Barkin, John Goodman * Second Sight, starring John Larroquette and Bronson Pinchot * See No Evil, Hear No Evil, starring Gene Wilder and Richard Pryor * See You in the Morning, starring Jeff Bridges, Alice Krige, Farrah Fawcett * The Servant (Sluga) – (U.S.S.R.

1980 in film

19801980 in film1980 film
) * The Big Red One, directed by Samuel Fuller, starring Lee Marvin, Mark Hamill, Robert Carradine * Bizalom (Confidence), directed by István Szabó – (Hungary) * The Black Marble, directed by Harold Becker, starring Robert Foxworth, Paula Prentiss, Harry Dean Stanton * The Blood of Hussain, directed by Jamil Dehlavi – (Pakistan) * The Blue Lagoon, starring Brooke Shields and Christopher Atkins * The Blues Brothers, directed by John Landis, starring John Belushi, Dan Aykroyd, Cab Calloway, Carrie Fisher, John Candy, Henry Gibson * ''Bon Voyage, Charlie Brown (and Don't Come Back!!)

List of American films of 1973

U.S.A.
A list of American films released in 1973. The Sting won the Academy Award for Best Picture. The highest-grossing film of the year was The Exorcist.

BAFTA Award for Best Actor in a Leading Role

Best Actor in a Leading RoleBest ActorBAFTA Award
* 7 nominations * Michael Caine * Daniel Day-Lewis * Peter Finch * Dustin Hoffman * Jack Lemmon * Laurence Olivier * 6 nominations * Marlon Brando * Albert Finney * Sidney Poitier * 5 nominations * Dirk Bogarde * Robert De Niro * Spencer Tracy * 4 nominations * Leonardo DiCaprio * Ralph Fiennes * Tom Hanks * Jack Hawkins * Anthony Hopkins * Trevor Howard * Kenneth More * Paul Newman * Peter Sellers * 3 nominations * Woody Allen * Richard Attenborough * Richard Burton * George Clooney * Tom Courtenay * Russell Crowe * Alec Guinness * Gene Hackman * Burt Lancaster * Fredric March * Walter Matthau * Jack Nicholson * Gary Oldman * Sean Penn * Kevin Spacey

AFI's 100 Years...100 Heroes & Villains

100 Years... 100 Heroes and Villains100 Years...100 Heroes and Villains100 Heroes and Villains
* Twelve actors appear twice on the same list: James Cagney, Bette Davis, Robert Mitchum, Faye Dunaway, and Jack Nicholson on the villains list; and Humphrey Bogart, Henry Fonda, Harrison Ford, Paul Newman, Robert Redford, and James Stewart on the heroes list. * Al Pacino and Arnold Schwarzenegger are the only actors to appear on both lists. Schwarzenegger appears on both lists portraying different Terminators, while Pacino appears as characters from unrelated films.

Inside the Actors Studio

L'Actors StudioInside the Actor's Studio'' (season 21)Inside the Actors Studio: 100th Guest Special
Epatha Merkerson * Debra Messing * Lea Michele * Bette Midler * Arthur Miller * Liza Minnelli * Mo'Nique * Cory Monteith * Julianne Moore * Mary Tyler Moore * Jeanne Moreau * Matthew Morrison * Megan Mullally * Eddie Murphy * Ryan Murphy * Mike Myers (twice) * Liam Neeson * Paul Newman * Mike Nichols * Chris Noth * Edward Norton * Conan O'Brien * Rosie O'Donnell * Ed O'Neill * Al Pacino * Gwyneth Paltrow * Sarah Jessica Parker (twice) * Estelle Parsons * Jim Parsons * Arthur Penn * Sean Penn * Bernadette Peters * Michelle Pfeiffer * Brad Pitt * Amy Poehler * Sydney Pollack * Tracy Pollan (with Michael J.

National Board of Review Award for Best Actor

Best ActorNational Board of ReviewNBR Award for Best Actor
* † = Winner of the Academy Award for Best Actor * ‡ = Nominated for the Academy Award for Best Actor * ¥ = Winner of the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor * § = Nominated for the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor * 3 wins * George Clooney (2007, 2009, 2011) * Gene Hackman (1971, 1974, 1988) * 2 wins * Robert De Niro (1980, 1990) * Morgan Freeman (1989, 2009) * Alec Guinness (1950, 1957) * Tom Hanks (1994, 2017) * Jack Nicholson (1975, 1997) * Laurence Olivier (1946, 1978) * Peter O'Toole (1969, 1972) * Ralph Richardson (1949, 1952) * New York Film Critics Circle Award for Best Actor * National Society of Film Critics Award for Best Actor * Los Angeles Film Critics

David di Donatello for Best Foreign Actor

Best Foreign ActorDavid di Donatello Award for Best Foreign Actor
Chips ex aequo Dustin Hoffman - Midnight Cowboy * 1971: Ryan O'Neal - Love Story * 1972: Topol - Fiddler on the Roof * 1973: Yves Montand - César et Rosalie ex aequo Laurence Olivier - Sleuth * 1974: Robert Redford - The Sting ex aequo Al Pacino - Serpico * 1975: Burt Lancaster - Gruppo di famiglia in un interno ex aequo Jack Lemmon - The Front Page ex aequo Walter Matthau - The Front Page * 1976: Philippe Noiret - Le Vieux Fusil ex aequo Jack Nicholson - One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest * 1977: Sylvester Stallone - Rocky ex aequo Dustin Hoffman - Marathon Man * 1978: Richard Dreyfuss - The Goodbye Girl * 1979: Richard Gere - Days of Heaven ex aequo Michel Serrault - La cage aux

Lee Strasberg

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"As a teacher and acting theorist, he revolutionized American actor training and engaged such remarkable performers as Kim Hunter, Marilyn Monroe, Julie Harris, Paul Newman, Geraldine Page, Ellen Burstyn, and Al Pacino." Since its inception, the studio has been a nonprofit educational corporation chartered by the state of New York, and has been supported entirely by contributions and benefits.... We have here the possibility of creating a kind of theatre that would be a shining medal for our country", Strasberg said in 1959. UCLA acting teacher Robert Hethmon writes, "The Actors Studio is a refuge.

Stuart Rosenberg

Stuart Rosenberg
Stuart Rosenberg (August 11, 1927 – March 15, 2007) was an American film and television director whose motion pictures include Cool Hand Luke (1967), Voyage of the Damned (1976), The Amityville Horror (1979), and The Pope of Greenwich Village (1984). He was noted for his work with actor Paul Newman. Rosenberg was born in Brooklyn, New York City, the son of Sara (née Kaminsky) and David Rosenberg. He studied Irish literature at New York University in Manhattan, and began working as an apprentice film editor while in graduate school.