20 Rare Photographs of Oscar Winners as You’ve Never Seem Them

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24th Feb, 2013

Oscar night is here and over the next few days we’re going to be inundated with photographs of the most recognizable faces. So how about a few that perhaps we don’t recognize…

1. Charlie Chaplin

Honorary award for Circus in 1928, Honorary lifetime achievement award in 1972 and Best original Score for Limelight in 1973.

2. Gwyneth Paltrow

Best Actress for Shakespeare in Love, 1999

3. Francis Ford Coppola

(Pictured on the set of Apocalypse Now.) Best Screenplay for Patton in 1971, Best Screenplay for The Godfather in 1973, Best Director/ Best Picture/ Best Screenplay for The Godfather Part II in 1975, recipient of the Irving G. Thalberg Memorial Award in 2010.

4. Audrey Hepburn

Best Actress in Roman Holiday, 1954 and recipient of the Jean Hersholt Humanitarian Award, awarded post-humously in 1993.

5. Daniel Day-Lewis

Best Actor for My Left Foot in 1989 and Best Actor for There Will Be Blood in 2008.

6. Meryl Streep

Best Supporting Actress for Kramer vs Kramer in 1980, Best Actress for Sophie’s Choice in 1983, Best Actress for The Iron Lady in 2012 (nominated 17 times).

7. Elizabeth Taylor

Best Actress for Butterfield 8 in 1961 and Best Actress for Who’s afraid of Virginia Woolf in 1967.

8. Sean Penn

Best Actor in Mystic River in 2003, Best Actor for Milk in 2008

9. Barbara Streisand

Best Actress for Funny Girl, 1969 and Best Original Song for A Star is Born in 1977.

10. Jack Nicholson

Best Actor for One Flew over the Cuckoo’s Nest in 1976, Best Supporting Actor for Terms of Endearment in 1984, Best Actor for As Good as it Gets in 1997.

11. Marlon Brando and Al Pacino

Brando: Best Actor for On the Waterfront in 1954, Best Actor for The Godfather in 1972. Pacino: Best Actor for Scent of a Woman in 1992.

12. Robert De Niro

Best Supporting Actor for The Godfather Part II in 1974 and Best Actor for Raging Bull in 1980.

13. Goldie Hawn

Best Supporting Actress for Cactus Flower in 1970

14. Stanley Kubrick

(A self-portrait) Best Special Effects for 2001: A Space Odyssey in 1969.

15. Sophia Loren

Best Actress for Two Women in 1962.

16. Benicio Del Torro

Best Supporting Actor for Traffic in 2004.

17. Rachel Weisz

Best Actress for the Constant Gardener in 2006.

18. Cher

Best Actress for Moonstruck in 1988.

19. Judi Dench

Best Supporting Actress for Shakespeare in Love in 1999.

20. Clark Gable (with Marilyn Monroe)

Best actor for It Happened One Night in 1935.

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