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This person has won both the Oscar and the Nobel Prize.
1925 Nobel Prize for Literature.1938 Academy Award for Best Screenplay for the film adaptation of Pygmalion
The first foreign language film nominated for Best Picture.
This actor was nominated for Best Actor AND Best Supporting Actor for his performance in the same film.
Current rules prevent this.
This film won the Oscar for Original Dramatic Score 20 years after it was made.
This former stripper won the Oscar for Best Original Screenplay in 2008.
She won for her screenplay, Juno.
This is part of his acceptance speech: 'Carved out of wood! A bit of sarcasm, I suppose.'
He received the only Oscar made out of wood.
This actress went to Harvard. She speaks fluent English and Hebrew, and is conversational in Japonese, French, German and Spanish. She also won Best Actress in 2011.
She won the oscar for her performance in Black Swan
The only film to win Best Picture without any female speaking roles.
Two original films sharing the same title. One was nominated for Best Picture in 1952, and the other in 2001.
'Heaven Can Wait' is another example of an original film with the same title, nominated in 1943 and 1978.
He won an Oscar, Tony, and Emmy in the same year, 1973.
Oscar for Cabaret, Tony for Pippin, Emmy for Liza with a Z
The first black woman to win Best Actress.
Won for her role in Monster's Ball.
The only dwarf ever nominated for an Oscar.
This actress has been nominated 16 times.
Alfred Uhry won the Pulitzer for this in 1988. It also won Best Screenplay and Best Picture the next year.
He, without a doubt, won the Oscar for Best actor in 2005.
He won the Oscar for his performance in Capote.
He is the only actor to win an Oscar for a Shakespearean role. He also directed himself in this role.
He won for Hamlet in 1948.
He became the oldest to win Best Director when he was 74 years old in 2005.
He won the Oscar for directing Million Dollar Baby.
He won the Oscar for Best Actor for his role in a film with a musical instrument, which he learned to play for this film in seven weeks. He also lost 30 pounds for this film.
The film is The Pianist.
This cinematographer won an Oscar without being nominated.
Nominated as a write-in for his work on A Midsummer Night's Dream.
This individual won 26 Oscars, and was nominated for 64.
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