Harold Russell holds his two Oscars. Best supporting actor for The Best Years of Our Lives, which is a real gem of a movie, about three WWII vets relearning life at home among civilians....

The Academy Awards through the years

Harold Russell , who had lost both hands in an Army train­ing ex­er­cise, earns two Oscars, sup­port­ing act­or and a spe­cial award, for his per­form­ance as a vet­er­an strug­gling to ad­apt in “The Best Years of Our Lives".

Timothy Hutton, Best Supporting Actor of 1980 for his performance in Ordinary People

Timothy Hutton, Best Supporting Actor Oscar 1980 for his performance in Ordinary People

Tim Robbins Oscar Winner | ... Oscar winners Tim Robbins and Susan Sarandon may be headed to Brooklyn

Academy Awards® ~ Tim Robbins won the Best Supporting Oscar® for his performance in "Mystic River" (Won 1 Oscar. Another 36 wins & 22 nominations)

Jack Palace won the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor for the film City Slickers in 1992.

Academy Awards® ~ Jack Palance – won the Best Supporting Actor Oscar® for his performance in "City Slickers"

Best Actress & Best Support Actor — Liza Minnelli & Joel Gray both win Oscars for Cabaret (1972) on March 27, 1973 at the 45th Academy Awards.

"Cabaret" Oscar winners for Best Actress Liza Minnelli and Best Supporting Actor Joel Grey.

Gene Hackman won academy award for his performance in "The French Connection." 1971

Gene Hackman, Actor - At sixteen years, Hackman left home to join the United States Marine Corps, where he served four-and-a-half years as a field radio operator - Bing Images

Actor Christoph Waltz, winner of the Best Supporting Actor award for 'Django Unchained'

Actor Christoph Waltz, winner of the Best Supporting Actor award for 'Django Unchained'

Ben Johnson (actor) | Ben Johnson, center, best supporting actor, with Richard Harris and ...

Oscar through the ages: 1970-1989

Actor Ben Johnson holds his Oscar he received for Best supporting actor for his role in "The last picture show" April.

George Burns won the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor for the film The Sunshine Boys in 1975.

George Burns won an Oscar at age 80 for One Sunshine Boys and is still the oldest winner of the Supporting Actor category. If Christopher Plummer and Max von Sydow win this year will beat the record.

Tonight 4-10 in 1967 -- One of our fav funny men, Walter Matthau won his Oscar Best Supporting Actor statuette for his role in The Fortune Cookie.  Shelly Winters (shown here) presented Walter Matthau with his award.

The Academy Awards through the years

1967 Oscars: Walter Matthau, Best Supporting Actor 1966 for "The Fortune Cookie" with Shelley Winters

Denzel Washington: Best Supporting Actor in 1989 for Glory and Best Actor Oscar in 2001 for Training Day.

Denzel Washington: Best Supporting Actor in 1989 for Glory and Best Actor Oscar in 2001 for Training Day.

1939 Oscars: Walter Brennan, Best Supporting Actor for "Kentucky" (1938); Fay Bainter, Best Supporting Actress for "Jezebel"

1939 Oscars: Walter Brennan, Best Supporting Actor for "Kentucky" Fay Bainter, Best Supporting Actress for "Jezebel"

Jim Broadbent & Jennifer Connelly. 2001 Best Supporting Actor & Actress / "Iris" & 'A Beautiful Mind'

Best Supporting Actors Winners Jim Broadbent for "Iris" and Jennifer Connelly for "A Beautiful Mind" in the Press Room in Photo: Getty.

1952 Oscars: Karl Malden, Best Supporting Actor 1951 for "A Streetcar Named Desire" with Claire Trevor

1952 Oscars: Karl Malden, Best Supporting Actor 1951 for "A Streetcar Named Desire" with Claire Trevor

1956 Anthony Quinn with Best supporting actor Oscar for "Lust for Life"  He won the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor twice: for Viva Zapata! in 1952 and Lust for Life in 1956.

1956 Anthony Quinn with Best supporting actor Oscar for "Lust for Life" He won the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor twice: for Viva Zapata! in 1952 and Lust for Life in

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