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Casey Affleck, winner 2016.

The Academy Award for Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role is one of the Academy Awards of Merit presented annually by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences (AMPAS) to recognize an actor who has delivered an outstanding performance while working within the film industry. Prior to the 49th Academy Awards ceremony (1976), this award was simply known as the Academy Award of Merit for Performance by an Actor. Since its inception, however, the award has commonly been referred to as the Oscar for Best Actor. While actors are nominated for this award by Academy members who are actors and actresses themselves, winners are selected by the Academy membership as a whole.

History

In the first three years of the awards, actors were nominated as the best in their categories. At that time, all of their work during the qualifying period (as many as three films, in some cases) was listed after the award. However, during the 3rd ceremony held in 1930, only one of those films was cited in each winner's final award, even though each of the acting winners had two films following their names on the ballots. The following year, this unwieldy and confusing system was replaced by the current system in which an actor is nominated for a specific performance in a single film. Starting with the 9th ceremony held in 1937, the category was officially limited to five nominations per year. At the ceremony held in 2013 for films of 2012, Daniel Day-Lewis became the first actor to win in this category three times, surpassing Marlon Brando, Gary Cooper, Tom Hanks, Dustin Hoffman, Fredric March, Jack Nicholson, Sean Penn and Spencer Tracy who all have two wins. Tracy and Laurence Olivier have been nominated on nine occasions, more than any other actor.


Best Actor By Decade

1920s1930s1940s1950s1960s1970s1980s1990s2000s2010s

1st Academy Awards (1927/28)

Winner
Emil JanningsThe Last Command and The Way of All Flesh
Nominees
Richard BarthelmessThe Noose and The Patent Leather Kid
Winner (Special Award)
Charles Chaplin, for acting, writing, directing and producing The Circus[1]

2nd Academy Awards (1928/29)

Winner
Warner BaxterIn Old Arizona[2]
Nominees
George BancroftThunderbolt[2]
Chester MorrisAlibi[2]
Paul MuniThe Valiant[2]
Lewis StoneThe Patriot[2]

3rd Academy Awards (1929/30)

Winner
George ArlissDisraeli[3]
Nominees
George ArlissThe Green Goddess[3]
Wallace BeeryThe Big House
Maurice ChevalierThe Big Pond and The Love Parade
Ronald ColmanBulldog Drummond and Condemned
Lawrence TibbettThe Rogue Song

1930s

4th Academy Awards (1930/31)

Winner
Lionel BarrymoreA Free Soul
Nominees
Jackie CooperSkippy
Richard DixCimarron
Fredric MarchThe Royal Family of Broadway
Adolphe MenjouThe Front Page

5th Academy Awards (1931/32)

Winner
Wallace BeeryThe Champ[4] and
Fredric MarchDr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde
Nominees
Alfred LuntThe Guardsman

6th Academy Awards (1932/33)

Winner
Charles LaughtonThe Private Life of Henry VIII
Nominees
Leslie HowardBerkeley Square(came in 3rd)
Paul MuniI Am a Fugitive from a Chain Gang(came in 2nd)

7th Academy Awards (1934)

Winner
Clark GableIt Happened One Night
Nominees
Frank MorganThe Affairs of Cellini(came in 2nd)
William PowellThe Thin Man(came in 3rd)

8th Academy Awards (1935)

Winner
Victor McLaglenThe Informer
Nominees
Clark GableMutiny on the Bounty
Charles LaughtonMutiny on the Bounty(came in 3rd)
Paul MuniBlack Fury(came in 2nd)[5]
Franchot ToneMutiny on the Bounty

9th Academy Awards (1936)

Winner
Paul MuniThe Story of Louis Pasteur
Nominees
Gary CooperMr. Deeds Goes to Town
Walter HustonDodsworth
William PowellMy Man Godfrey
Spencer TracySan Francisco

10th Academy Awards (1937)

Winner
Spencer TracyCaptains Courageous
Nominees
Charles BoyerConquest
Fredric MarchA Star Is Born
Robert MontgomeryNight Must Fall
Paul MuniThe Life of Emile Zola

11th Academy Awards (1938)

Winner
Spencer TracyBoys Town
Nominees
Charles BoyerAlgiers
James CagneyAngels with Dirty Faces
Robert DonatThe Citadel
Leslie HowardPygmalion

12th Academy Awards (1939)

Winner
Robert DonatGoodbye, Mr. Chips
Nominees
Clark GableGone with the Wind
Laurence OlivierWuthering Heights
Mickey RooneyBabes in Arms
James StewartMr. Smith Goes to Washington

1940s

13th Academy Awards (1940)

Winner
James StewartThe Philadelphia Story
Nominees
Charles ChaplinThe Great Dictator
Henry FondaThe Grapes of Wrath
Raymond MasseyAbe Lincoln in Illinois
Laurence OlivierRebecca

14th Academy Awards (1941)

Winner
Gary CooperSergeant York
Nominees
Cary GrantPenny Serenade
Walter HustonAll That Money Can Buy
Robert MontgomeryHere Comes Mr. Jordan
Orson WellesCitizen Kane

15th Academy Awards (1942)

Winner
James CagneyYankee Doodle Dandy
Nominees
Ronald ColmanRandom Harvest
Gary CooperThe Pride of the Yankees
Walter PidgeonMrs. Miniver
Monty WoolleyThe Pied Piper

16th Academy Awards (1943)

Winner
Paul LukasWatch on the Rhine
Nominees
Humphrey BogartCasablanca
Gary CooperFor Whom the Bell Tolls
Walter PidgeonMadame Curie
Mickey RooneyThe Human Comedy

17th Academy Awards (1944)

Winner
Bing CrosbyGoing My Way
Nominees
Charles BoyerGaslight
Barry FitzgeraldGoing My Way
Cary GrantNone but the Lonely Heart
Alexander KnoxWilson

18th Academy Awards (1945)

Winner
Ray MillandThe Lost Weekend
Nominees
Bing CrosbyThe Bells of St. Mary's
Gene KellyAnchors Aweigh
Gregory PeckThe Keys of the Kingdom
Cornel WildeA Song to Remember

19th Academy Awards (1946)

Winner
Fredric MarchThe Best Years of Our Lives
Nominees
Laurence OlivierHenry V
Larry ParksThe Jolson Story
Gregory PeckThe Yearling
James StewartIt's a Wonderful Life

20th Academy Awards (1947)

Winner
Ronald ColmanA Double Life
Nominees
John GarfieldBody and Soul
Gregory PeckGentleman's Agreement
William PowellLife with Father
Michael RedgraveMourning Becomes Electra

21st Academy Awards (1948)

Winner
Laurence OlivierHamlet
Nominees
Lew AyresJohnny Belinda
Montgomery CliftThe Search
Dan DaileyWhen My Baby Smiles at Me
Clifton WebbSitting Pretty

22nd Academy Awards (1949)

Winner
Broderick CrawfordAll the King's Men
Nominees
Kirk DouglasChampion
Gregory PeckTwelve O'Clock High
Richard ToddThe Hasty Heart
John WayneSands of Iwo Jima

1950s

23rd Academy Awards (1950)

Winner
José FerrerCyrano de Bergerac
Nominees
Louis CalhernThe Magnificent Yankee
William HoldenSunset Blvd.
James StewartHarvey
Spencer TracyFather of the Bride

24th Academy Awards (1951)

Winner
Humphrey BogartThe African Queen
Nominees
Marlon BrandoA Streetcar Named Desire
Montgomery CliftA Place in the Sun
Arthur KennedyBright Victory
Fredric MarchDeath of a Salesman

25th Academy Awards (1952)

Winner
Gary CooperHigh Noon
Nominees
Marlon BrandoViva Zapata!
Kirk DouglasThe Bad and the Beautiful
José FerrerMoulin Rouge
Alec GuinnessThe Lavender Hill Mob

26th Academy Awards (1953)

Winner
William HoldenStalag 17
Nominees
Marlon BrandoJulius Caesar
Richard BurtonThe Robe
Montgomery CliftFrom Here to Eternity
Burt LancasterFrom Here to Eternity

27th Academy Awards (1954)

Winner
Marlon BrandoOn the Waterfront
Nominees
Humphrey BogartThe Caine Mutiny
Bing CrosbyThe Country Girl
James MasonA Star Is Born
Dan O'HerlihyAdventures of Robinson Crusoe

28th Academy Awards (1955)

Winner
Ernest BorgnineMarty
Nominees
James CagneyLove Me or Leave Me
James DeanEast of Eden
Frank SinatraThe Man with the Golden Arm
Spencer TracyBad Day at Black Rock

29th Academy Awards (1956)

Winner
Yul BrynnerThe King and I
Nominees
James DeanGiant
Kirk DouglasLust for Life
Rock HudsonGiant
Laurence OlivierRichard III

30th Academy Awards (1957)

Winner
Alec GuinnessThe Bridge on the River Kwai
Nominees
Marlon BrandoSayonara
Anthony FranciosaA Hatful of Rain
Charles LaughtonWitness for the Prosecution
Anthony QuinnWild Is the Wind

31st Academy Awards (1958)

Winner
David NivenSeparate Tables
Nominees
Tony CurtisThe Defiant Ones
Paul NewmanCat on a Hot Tin Roof
Sidney PoitierThe Defiant Ones
Spencer TracyThe Old Man and the Sea

32nd Academy Awards (1959)

Winner
Charlton HestonBen-Hur
Nominees
Laurence HarveyRoom at the Top
Jack LemmonSome Like It Hot
Paul MuniThe Last Angry Man
James StewartAnatomy of a Murder

1960s

33rd Academy Awards (1960)

Winner
Burt LancasterElmer Gantry
Nominees
Trevor HowardSons and Lovers
Jack LemmonThe Apartment
Laurence OlivierThe Entertainer
Spencer TracyInherit the Wind

34th Academy Awards (1961)

Winner
Maximilian SchellJudgment at Nuremberg
Nominees
Charles BoyerFanny
Paul NewmanThe Hustler
Spencer TracyJudgment at Nuremberg
Stuart WhitmanThe Mark

35th Academy Awards (1962)

Winner
Gregory PeckTo Kill a Mockingbird
Nominees
Burt LancasterBirdman of Alcatraz
Jack LemmonDays of Wine and Roses
Marcello MastroianniDivorce--Italian Style
Peter O'TooleLawrence of Arabia

36th Academy Awards (1963)

Winner
Sidney PoitierLilies of the Field
Nominees
Albert FinneyTom Jones
Richard HarrisThis Sporting Life
Rex HarrisonCleopatra
Paul NewmanHud

37th Academy Awards (1964)

Winner
Rex HarrisonMy Fair Lady
Nominees
Richard BurtonBecket
Peter O'TooleBecket
Anthony QuinnZorba the Greek
Peter SellersDr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb

38th Academy Awards (1965)

Winner
Lee MarvinCat Ballou
Nominees
Richard BurtonThe Spy Who Came In from the Cold
Laurence OlivierOthello
Rod SteigerThe Pawnbroker
Oskar WernerShip of Fools

39th Academy Awards (1966)

Winner
Paul ScofieldA Man for All Seasons
Nominees
Alan ArkinThe Russians Are Coming The Russians Are Coming
Richard BurtonWho's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?
Michael CaineAlfie
Steve McQueenThe Sand Pebbles

40th Academy Awards (1967)

Winner
Rod SteigerIn the Heat of the Night
Nominees
Warren BeattyBonnie and Clyde
Dustin HoffmanThe Graduate
Paul NewmanCool Hand Luke
Spencer TracyGuess Who's Coming to Dinner

41st Academy Awards (1968)

Winner
Cliff RobertsonCharly
Nominees
Alan ArkinThe Heart Is a Lonely Hunter
Alan BatesThe Fixer
Ron MoodyOliver!
Peter O'TooleThe Lion in Winter

42nd Academy Awards (1969)

Winner
John WayneTrue Grit
Nominees
Richard BurtonAnne of the Thousand Days
Dustin HoffmanMidnight Cowboy
Peter O'TooleGoodbye, Mr. Chips
Jon VoightMidnight Cowboy

1970s

43rd Academy Awards (1970)

Winner
George C. ScottPatton[6]
Nominees
Melvyn DouglasI Never Sang for My Father
James Earl JonesThe Great White Hope
Jack NicholsonFive Easy Pieces
Ryan O'NealLove Story

44th Academy Awards (1971)

Winner
Gene HackmanThe French Connection
Nominees
Peter FinchSunday Bloody Sunday
Walter MatthauKotch
George C. ScottThe Hospital
TopolFiddler on the Roof

45th Academy Awards (1972)

Winner
Marlon BrandoThe Godfather[7]
Nominees
Michael CaineSleuth
Laurence OlivierSleuth
Peter O'TooleThe Ruling Class
Paul WinfieldSounder

46th Academy Awards (1973)

Winner
Jack LemmonSave the Tiger
Nominees
Marlon BrandoLast Tango in Paris
Jack NicholsonThe Last Detail
Al PacinoSerpico
Robert RedfordThe Sting

47th Academy Awards (1974)

Winner
Art CarneyHarry and Tonto
Nominees
Albert FinneyMurder on the Orient Express
Dustin HoffmanLenny
Jack NicholsonChinatown
Al PacinoThe Godfather Part II

48th Academy Awards (1975)

Winner
Jack NicholsonOne Flew over the Cuckoo's Nest
Nominees
Walter MatthauThe Sunshine Boys
Al PacinoDog Day Afternoon
Maximilian SchellThe Man in the Glass Booth
James WhitmoreGive 'em Hell, Harry!

49th Academy Awards (1976)

Winner
Peter FinchNetwork
Nominees
Robert De NiroTaxi Driver
Giancarlo GianniniSeven Beauties
William HoldenNetwork
Sylvester StalloneRocky

50th Academy Awards (1977)

Winner
Richard DreyfussThe Goodbye Girl
Nominees
Woody AllenAnnie Hall
Richard BurtonEquus
Marcello MastroianniA Special Day
John TravoltaSaturday Night Fever

51st Academy Awards (1978)

Winner
Jon VoightComing Home
Nominees
Warren BeattyHeaven Can Wait
Gary BuseyThe Buddy Holly Story
Robert De NiroThe Deer Hunter
Laurence OlivierThe Boys from Brazil

52nd Academy Awards (1979)

Winner
Dustin HoffmanKramer vs. Kramer
Nominees
Jack LemmonThe China Syndrome
Al Pacino...And Justice for All
Roy ScheiderAll That Jazz
Peter SellersBeing There

1980s

53rd Academy Awards (1980)

Winner
Robert De NiroRaging Bull
Nominees
Robert DuvallThe Great Santini
John HurtThe Elephant Man
Jack LemmonTribute
Peter O'TooleThe Stunt Man

54th Academy Awards (1981)

Winner
Henry FondaOn Golden Pond
Nominees
Warren BeattyReds
Burt LancasterAtlantic City
Dudley MooreArthur
Paul NewmanAbsence of Malice

55th Academy Awards (1982)

Winner
Ben KingsleyGandhi
Nominees
Dustin HoffmanTootsie
Jack LemmonMissing
Paul NewmanThe Verdict
Peter O'TooleMy Favorite Year

56th Academy Awards (1983)

Winner
Robert DuvallTender Mercies
Nominees
Michael CaineEducating Rita
Tom ContiReuben, Reuben
Tom CourtenayThe Dresser
Albert FinneyThe Dresser

57th Academy Awards (1984)

Winner
F. Murray AbrahamAmadeus
Nominees
Jeff BridgesStarman
Albert FinneyUnder the Volcano
Tom HulceAmadeus
Sam WaterstonThe Killing Fields

58th Academy Awards (1985)

Winner
William HurtKiss of the Spider Woman
Nominees
Harrison FordWitness
James GarnerMurphy's Romance
Jack NicholsonPrizzi's Honor
Jon VoightRunaway Train

59th Academy Awards (1986)

Winner
Paul NewmanThe Color of Money
Nominees
Dexter Gordon'Round Midnight
Bob HoskinsMona Lisa
William HurtChildren of a Lesser God
James WoodsSalvador

60th Academy Awards (1987)

Winner
Michael DouglasWall Street
Nominees
William HurtBroadcast News
Marcello MastroianniDark Eyes
Jack NicholsonIronweed
Robin WilliamsGood Morning, Vietnam

61st Academy Awards (1988)

Winner
Dustin HoffmanRain Man
Nominees
Gene HackmanMississippi Burning
Tom HanksBig
Edward James OlmosStand and Deliver
Max von SydowPelle the Conqueror

62nd Academy Awards (1989)

Winner
Daniel Day LewisMy Left Foot
Nominees
Kenneth BranaghHenry V
Tom CruiseBorn on the Fourth of July
Morgan FreemanDriving Miss Daisy
Robin WilliamsDead Poets Society

1990s

63rd Academy Awards (1990)

Winner
Jeremy IronsReversal of Fortune
Nominees
Kevin CostnerDances With Wolves
Robert De NiroAwakenings
Gerard DepardieuCyrano de Bergerac
Richard HarrisThe Field

64th Academy Awards (1991)

Winner
Anthony HopkinsThe Silence of the Lambs
Nominees
Warren BeattyBugsy
Robert De NiroCape Fear
Nick NolteThe Prince of Tides
Robin WilliamsThe Fisher King

65th Academy Awards (1992)

Winner
Al PacinoScent of a Woman
Nominees
Robert Downey, Jr.Chaplin
Clint EastwoodUnforgiven
Stephen ReaThe Crying Game
Denzel WashingtonMalcolm X

66th Academy Awards (1993)

Winner
Tom HanksPhiladelphia
Nominees
Daniel Day-LewisIn the Name of the Father
Laurence FishburneWhat's Love Got to Do with It
Anthony HopkinsThe Remains of the Day
Liam NeesonSchindler's List

67th Academy Awards (1994)

Winner
Tom HanksForrest Gump
Nominees
Morgan FreemanThe Shawshank Redemption
Nigel HawthorneThe Madness of King George
Paul NewmanNobody's Fool
John TravoltaPulp Fiction

68th Academy Awards (1995)

Winner
Nicolas CageLeaving Las Vegas
Nominees
Richard DreyfussMr. Holland's Opus
Anthony HopkinsNixon
Sean PennDead Man Walking
Massimo TroisiThe Postman (Il Postino)

69th Academy Awards (1996)

Winner
Geoffrey RushShine
Nominees
Tom CruiseJerry Maguire
Ralph FiennesThe English Patient
Woody HarrelsonThe People vs. Larry Flynt
Billy Bob ThorntonSling Blade

70th Academy Awards (1997)

Winner
Jack NicholsonAs Good as It Gets
Nominees
Matt DamonGood Will Hunting
Robert DuvallThe Apostle
Peter FondaUlee's Gold
Dustin HoffmanWag the Dog

71st Academy Awards (1998)

Winner
Roberto BenigniLife Is Beautiful
Nominees
Tom HanksSaving Private Ryan
Ian McKellenGods and Monsters
Nick NolteAffliction
Edward NortonAmerican History X

72nd Academy Awards (1999)

Winner
Kevin SpaceyAmerican Beauty
Nominees
Russell CroweThe Insider
Richard FarnsworthThe Straight Story
Sean PennSweet and Lowdown
Denzel WashingtonThe Hurricane

2000s

73rd Academy Awards (2000)

Winner
Russell CroweGladiator
Nominees
Javier BardemBefore Night Falls
Tom HanksCast Away
Ed HarrisPollock
Geoffrey RushQuills

74th Academy Awards (2001)

Winner
Denzel WashingtonTraining Day
Nominees
Russell CroweA Beautiful Mind
Sean PennI Am Sam
Will SmithAli
Tom WilkinsonIn the Bedroom

75th Academy Awards (2002)

Winner
Adrien BrodyThe Pianist
Nominees
Nicolas CageAdaptation
Michael CaineThe Quiet American
Daniel Day-LewisGangs of New York
Jack NicholsonAbout Schmidt

76th Academy Awards (2003)

Winner
Sean PennMystic River
Nominees
Johnny DeppPirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl
Ben KingsleyHouse of Sand and Fog
Jude LawCold Mountain
Bill MurrayLost in Translation

77th Academy Awards (2004)

Winner
Jamie FoxxRay
Nominees
Don CheadleHotel Rwanda
Johnny DeppFinding Neverland
Leonardo DiCaprioThe Aviator
Clint EastwoodMillion Dollar Baby

78th Academy Awards (2005)

Winner
Philip Seymour HoffmanCapote
Nominees
Terrence HowardHustle & Flow
Heath LedgerBrokeback Mountain
Joaquin PhoenixWalk the Line
David StrathairnGood Night, and Good Luck.

79th Academy Awards (2006)

Winner
Forest WhitakerThe Last King of Scotland
Nominees
Leonardo DiCaprioBlood Diamond
Ryan GoslingHalf Nelson
Peter O'TooleVenus
Will SmithThe Pursuit of Happyness

80th Academy Awards (2007)

Winner
Daniel Day-LewisThere Will Be Blood
Nominees
George ClooneyMichael Clayton
Johnny DeppSweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street
Tommy Lee JonesIn the Valley of Elah
Viggo MortensenEastern Promises

81st Academy Awards (2008)

Winner
Sean PennMilk
Nominees
Richard JenkinsThe Visitor
Frank LangellaFrost/Nixon
Brad PittThe Curious Case of Benjamin Button
Mickey RourkeThe Wrestler

82nd Academy Awards (2009)

Winner
Jeff BridgesCrazy Heart
Nominees
George ClooneyUp in the Air
Colin FirthA Single Man
Morgan FreemanInvictus
Jeremy RennerThe Hurt Locker

2010s

83rd Academy Awards (2010)

Winner
Colin FirthThe King's Speech
Nominees
Javier BardemBiutiful
Jeff BridgesTrue Grit
Jesse EisenbergThe Social Network
James Franco127 Hours

84th Academy Awards (2011)

Winner
Jean DujardinThe Artist
Nominees
Demián BichirA Better Life
George ClooneyThe Descendants
Gary OldmanTinker Tailor Soldier Spy
Brad PittMoneyball

85th Academy Awards (2012)

Winner
Daniel Day-LewisLincoln
Nominees
Bradley CooperSilver Linings Playbook
Hugh JackmanLes Misérables
Joaquin PhoenixThe Master
Denzel WashingtonFlight

86th Academy Awards (2013)

Winner
Matthew McConaugheyDallas Buyers Club
Nominees
Christian BaleAmerican Hustle
Bruce DernNebraska
Leonardo DiCaprioThe Wolf of Wall Street
Chiwetel Ejiofor12 Years a Slave

87th Academy Awards (2014)

Winner
Eddie RedmayneThe Theory of Everything
Nominees
Steve CarellFoxcatcher
Bradley CooperAmerican Sniper
Benedict CumberbatchThe Imitation Game
Michael KeatonBirdman or (The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance)

88th Academy Awards (2015)

Winner
Leonardo DiCaprioThe Revenant
Nominees
Bryan CranstonTrumbo
Matt DamonThe Martian
Michael FassbenderSteve Jobs
Eddie RedmayneThe Danish Girl

89th Academy Awards (2016)

Winner
Casey AffleckManchester by the Sea
Nominees
Andrew GarfieldHacksaw Ridge
Ryan GoslingLa La Land
Viggo MortensenCaptain Fantastic
Denzel WashingtonFences

Notes

  1. "The Academy Board of Judges on merit awards for individual achievements in motion picture arts during the year ending August 1, 1928, unanimously decided that your name should be removed from the competitive classes, and that a special first award be conferred upon you for writing, acting, directing and producing The Circus. The collective accomplishments thus displayed place you in a class by yourself." (Letter from the Academy to Mr. Chaplin, dated February 19, 1929.)
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 This is not an official nomination. There were no announcements of nominations, no certificates of nomination or honorable mention, and only the winners were revealed during the awards banquet on April 3, 1930. Though not official nominations, the additional names in each category, according to in-house records, were under consideration by the various boards of judges.
  3. 3.0 3.1 As allowed by the award rules for this year, a single nomination could honor work in one or more films. Though the final awards ballot listed both Disraeli and The Green Goddess in his nomination, the award was announced for only the Disraeli performance. It has never been established as to why this was, but it possibly could have been because the original report from the Acting Branch Board of Judges only listed the Disraeli performance in the results of the nominations voting, or it could have been because on some of the final ballots, the voters had indicated the Disraeli performance over the other.
  4. A tie. Wallace Beery (The Champ) had one vote less than Fredric March (Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde), and rules at the time stated that if any achievement came within three votes of the First Award, it would be considered a tie.
  5. THIS IS NOT AN OFFICIAL NOMINATION. Write-in candidate.
  6. Mr. Scott refused the award.
  7. Mr. Brando refused the award.

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