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Winning an Oscar has been the greatest dream of any actor in Hollywood for the past 93 years. The award’s prestige dates back to the early years of Hollywood cinema, and it is still regarded as the most significant award in the American entertainment industry.
Legends like Audrey Taylor, Humphrey Bogart, and Elizabeth Taylor have all been rightfully admitted to the Academy’s exclusive Oscars club. We can’t believe these legendary Hollywood stars were passed over.
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Winning an Oscar has been the greatest Dream of any actor in Hollywood for the Past 93 years The awards Prestige dates back to the Early years of Hollywood Cinema And it is still regarded as the most Significant award in the American Entertainment industry Legends like Audrey Taylor Humphrey Bogart and Elizabeth Taylor have all Been rightfully admitted to the Academy's exclusive Oscars Club We can't believe these legendary Hollywood stars were passed over Natalie Wood At the age of four actress Natalie Wood Started performing and at the age of Eight she was recognized for her role in Miracle on 34th Street When she was a teenager wood received Her first Academy Award nomination for Best supporting actress for her role in Rebel Without a Cause but the award was Ultimately given to Jovan Fleet for East Of Eden In the 1960s wood went on to star in Some of the biggest musical films ever Produced including West Side Story and Gypsy Moreover she was nominated for an Oscar For best actress for her roles and Splendid in the grass and love with the Proper stranger While she never won an Oscar wood did
Win several Golden Globes before her Tragic death in 1981. Rita Hayworth Rita Hayworth was one of the biggest and Most glamorous stars of the 1940s She achieved Fame as one of the era's Top Stars appearing in 61 films over 37 Years Best known for her leading Femme fatal Performance in the 1946 film Gilda Opposite Glenn Ford later Hayworth Appeared in a number of notable movies Including the lady from Shanghai blood And Sand and Separate Tables Surprisingly she never owned an Oscar Nomination for her work Richard Burton Richard Burton was not only an Accomplished film star but he was also a Prolific stage actor and Shakespearean Player Celebrated as one of vintage Hollywood's Greatest male leads it's shocking that He never won an Academy Award Burton was nominated for an Oscar seven Times for films like who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf Although his wife Elizabeth Taylor won Best actress for the same film he never Won the award Button did receive two Golden Globes a Grammy and a Tony Award Jane Mansfield Jay Mansfield was an American actress
Singer nightclub Entertainer and Playboy Playmate A sex symbol of the 1950s and early 1960s while under contract at 20th Century Fox Mansfield was known for her Well-publicized personal life and Publicity stunts but before her untimely Passing in a car accident in 1967 She had a great acting career as well Mansfield received the Golden Globe for New star of the Year actress for her Role in the goal can't help it but was Never given an Academy Award nomination Who knows what might have happened if Her life wasn't cut short at the age of 34. Errol Flynn Actor Errol Flynn who was born in Australia Achieved great success in swashbuckling And tight wearing roles in films like Captain Blood and the adventures of Robin Hood Even the American Film Institute ranked Him as the 18th greatest hero in the History of American Cinema But he eventually left Hollywood and ran Into financial troubles before his death In 1959. Fleen was never nominated for an Oscar Or other major Awards but remains a Classic figure of golden age Hollywood Janet lay
Since the 1940s Janet lay had been Working in Hollywood but it wasn't until Alfred Hitchcock's 1960 film psycho that Lay was truly put on the map as Hollywood's original scream Queen Lay won a Golden Globe for best Supporting actress for playing Marion Crane and was also nominated for an Oscar that same year Ultimately Oscar was awarded to Shirley Jones for her role in Alma gantry I've been in a great many films lay Commented on her career-defining role in Psycho But I suppose if an actor can be Remembered for one role then they're Very fortunate and in that sense Unfortunate Tony Curtis It seems that an Oscar win has eluded The Curtis family but all that may Change at the 2023 awards ceremony Janet Lee's husband and son like it hot Star Tony Curtis worked in Hollywood for Six decades alongside Legends like Sidney Poitier Kirk Douglas and Marilyn Monroe For his performance in the defiant ones Curtis won two Golden Globe Awards and Was nominated for a best actor Academy Award for his role Ultimately David Niven won the award for His role in Separate Tables Kotis and Janet Lay's eldest daughter
Jamie Lee Curtis was recently nominated For the best supporting actress Academy Award for her hilarious role in Everything everywhere all at once This is kota's first Oscar nomination And she could potentially make both her Parents Proud by bringing an Academy Award home Malini detridge Before tackling the talkies in the 1930s German American actress marvini detridge Was one of the biggest stars of the Silent film era Her incredible singing voice landed her Roles like Emmy Jolly a cadrett singer In Morocco She was nominated for a Best Actress Oscar in 1932 for her portrayal of Jolly But the award was given to Marie Dressler instead Rich remains a legendary Hollywood Celebrity and even though she never won Any significant Awards during her career She was ranked as the month greatest Female screen Legend of Classic Hollywood movies by the American Cinema Institute in 1999.