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Only male actor to win an Oscar under Henry King's direction.
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The only actor besides Jack Nicholson to win Best Actor and Best Supporting Actor for performances in two Best Picture winners.
Won an Oscar for playing a professional football player.
Only Best Supporting Actor winner who lived to see his 100th birthday.
Only Best Supporting Actor winner who's also a two-times best Actor winner.
Only Oscar winner under Quentin Tarantino's direction.
Only Best Supporting Actor winner for playing a transgender character.
The most recent Oscar winner from a year when all Best Supporting Actor nominees were first-time nominees and none of the five has returned for a second nomination.
Won his Oscar for playing a character he had previously played in a short movie of the same namee.
To get his Oscar, this actor spent at least 5.000 $ of his own money on campaign ads, showing, among other things, him carrying ('supporting') his film's lead actor,
Won an Oscar for playing Santa Claus.
Winner of an Emmy, a Grammy, an Oscar and a Tony, and being 87 when he received the last of these accolades, he was the oldest artist to win all four.
Suffered a heart attack during the making of his Oscar film and had to wear a cast on his left arms when he accepted his Oscar due to a fall a few days before the ceremony.
Only Best Supporting Actor winner from a film with three acting Oscars.
With 46 years, he holds the record for the longest time span between a first and last Oscar nomination for acting for a man.
Beat out a Japanese nominee for the award, and had a Japanese love interest in the film he won for.
Only winner of three Oscars for Best Supporting Actor.
The only cast member of 'The Magnificent Seven' to win an Oscar after making that film.
Tallest Oscar winner for Best Supporting Actor (at 196 cm).
Most recent Best Supporting Actor winner for a film that also won the Oscar for Best Supporting Actress.
With 5 competetive awards there, he's something of a Golden Globes favorite - yet he did not win for the performance that would win him his only Oscar.
Holds the record for most Oscar nominations for a black actor.
Only winner of an Oscar for Best Supporting Actor for a performance that is entirely not in the English language.
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Only Oscar winner under Brian de Palma's direction.
The first cast member of '12 Angry Men' to win an Oscar.
First Oscar winning actor who would play a James Bond villain later in his career.
Accepted his Oscar winning part only after the director enlisted John Ford's help to appeal to him, and only after swear words were removed from his dialog.
Only posthumous Best Supporting Actor winner.
His complete acceptance speech was: 'It's my privilege. Thank you.'
Won Best Supporting Actor for playing a character that won another actor a Best Actor Oscar just two years earlier.
First actor to win an Oscar for Best Supporting Actor for reprising a role that had already won him a Tony.
In his autobiography, this actor wrote about winning an Oscar that 'apart from making my already large ego one size larger it did absolutely nothing for me.'
Only male actor to win an Oscar under Woody Allen's direction.
Most Recent Best Supporting Actor winner for his year's Best Picture winner.
Most recent Best Supporting Actor winner to win for his film's only nomination.
Won his Oscar for playing a character actually named 'Oscar'.
Only actor to win Best Actor and Best Supporting Actor out of his only two career nominations.
Only Best Supporting Actor winner for a non-speaking part.
Won Best Supporting Actor for the last Best Picture winner to receive nominations in all of the four acting categories.
The second of his two Oscar performances was the shortest ever to win for Best Supporting Actor.
First British winner of a Best Supporting Actor Oscar.
Only winner of back-to-back Best Supporting Actor Oscars.
First Best Supporting Actor winner for his year's Best Picture winner.
In the year of his Oscar win, he also was a co-star of three of that year's Best Actress nominees, playing their husband, father and boss respectively. (All three lost.)
Most recent Best Supporting Actor winner for a film that also won for Best Actress.
The earliest Best Supporting Actor winner still alive.
First (of nine) actors to win an Oscar under Elia Kazan's direction.
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The same year he won his Best Supporting Actor Oscar, he was also Oscar nominated as the writer and the director of another film.
Was nominated for the same performance in both the Lead Actor and Supporting Actor category, and won the latter.
He is the Best Supporting Actor winner with the earliest date of birth (June 19th 1877)
Only Oscar winner under Spike Jonze's direction.
Only Oscar winning actor who is also a doctor of medicine, trained as a surgeon and gynecologist.
Holds the record for the biggest span between two Best Supporting Actor Oscars (16 years).
Won the only Oscar for the film that holds the record for most Oscar nominations without a Best Picture nomination.
Besides his Best Supporting Actor Oscar, he also won an honorary Oscar for 'bringing hope and courage to his fellow veterans' for the same performance.
Only cast member of Hitchcock's 'Psycho' to went on to win an Oscar.
Was directed to his Oscar win by his son.
First winner of Best Actor and Best Supporting Actor Oscars.
Five years after the release of the film, this actor would reprise his Oscar winning role for a TV series, earning him two Golden Globe nominations during its eight year run.
Only Oscar winner under Stanley Kubrick's direction.
First black Best Supporting Actor winner.
He was nominated for Best (Lead) Actor at the BAFTAs for the same performance; the Best Supporting Actor BAFTA went to a British co-star from the same film.
According to his co-star Joe Pantoliano, this actor dismissed his Oscar role during the shooting by saying 'It's not like any of us are going to win any Oscars for this.'
First Best Supporting Actor winner born in the 20th century.
Most recent actor to win an Oscar for reprising a role that had already won him a Tony.
Most recent Best Supporting Actor winner from a black-and-white film.
Not only was his Oscar film a Best Picture nominee, but he also co-starred in two more Best Picture nominees that year, including the Best Picture winner.
Won for the only movie that won eleven Oscars that included awards for acting.
With 39 years, this actor holds the record for the longest time span between a first Oscar nomination for Best Supporting Actor and a victory in that category.
Youngest Best Supporting Actor winner at the time of the ceremony.

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