Best actors according to the Oscarsby Suvro Sen Best Motorcycle Blog in Bangladesh Although they are not as lucid on the red carpet as those of their cast mates, the lead actor is one of the grand prizes awarded by the US Film Academy. Reviewing the story, and according to the statuettes won, these are the ten best actors of the Oscars.
The actors with the most Oscars
Daniel Day-Lewis (1957) is the only actor who has won three statuettes as the main actor. Of British origin, he is a method interpreter who works intensely on the roles he represents, getting into the character's skin during his preparation and filming. Trained in theater, he is considered by many to be the greatest actor in the world. It is advisable not to miss its interpretation in films such as 'In the name of the father', 'Wells of ambition', 'My left foot', 'Gangs of New York' or 'Lincoln' for just putting a few examples. (Source cine-tales)
Jack Nicholson (1937). With twelve Oscar nominations, this American actor, director, screenwriter and producer also has three statuettes, two as the main actor and one as the supporting actor. Embroider the disturbed or outsider papers, such as the unforgettable Jack Torrance in 'The Shining' or Joker's in 'Batman'.
Walter Brennan (1894-1974) is the last of the three actors holding three Oscar awards. A classic of the "golden age" of Hollywood, won his last statuette in 1940. Walter was the eternal companion of the hero, always next to Gary Cooper, John Wayne or Humphrey Bogart. (Source entertales)
Gary Cooper (1901-1961) also has three Academy Awards, although the latter was awarded posthumously as a tribute to his entire professional career. The Hollywood heartthrob starred in almost 100 films, and his simple and natural way of acting made him one of the favorite actors for the public and critics. Unforgettable in 'Only in the face of danger' or in 'For whom the bell rings.'
Tom Hanks (1956). The American actor and producer is one of the most recognized of his generation. Oscar winner for his brilliant interpretation of AIDS patient in 'Philadelphia' in 1993, the cute character 'Forrest Gump' earned him his second statuette only a year later
Sean Penn (1960). Actor, writer and director, is known for his political and social activism. His second Oscar came in 2008 when he played in 'Milk' the first openly gay politician in the United States. The first one got it in the magnificent 'Mystic River'.
Dustin Hoffman (1937). The American actor, brilliant in comedies like 'Tootsie' has two Oscars thanks to his most dramatic roles, in 'Kramer vs. Kramer' and 'Rain Man', where he put himself in the skin of an autistic.
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