The Great Katherine Hepburn has 4 for sure and 3 for best supporting actress. Meryl Streep (nominated 13 times) would be second in my estimation. There is an actress named Thelma Ritter and Deborah Kerr too, both have been nominated 6 times , without ever winning.
I am pretty sure Katherine Hepburn still holds the record for most oscars with Ingrid Bergman coming in second.
Katharine Hepburn has the most Oscars. They're all for Best Actress: Morning Glory (1933), Guess Who's Coming to Dinner (1967), The Lion in Winter (1968), On Golden Pond (1981).
Ingrid Bergman comes in second with three Oscars. Two are for Best Actress (Gaslight, 1945; Anastasia, 1957). One is Best Supporting Actress (Murder on the Orient Express, 1975).
Meryl Streep has two Oscars. One is Best Actress (Sophie's Choice, 1982), and one is for Best Supporting Actress (Kramer vs. Kramer, 1979). At 16 nominations, Meryl holds the record for most nominations for an actor (female or male). Katharine Helpburn had 12 nominations.
by Diane Minton 7 years ago
Which actor and actress do you like the most?Can you see some morality in their life?Do they always keep up to date on trends and fashions?Do their comments to the press reflect maturity and self respect?
by Aqeel Saeed 10 years ago
All time favourite, for any reason favoutire...........?
by Steven Escareno 10 years ago
In the Oscars last night, there was a few upsets and a few expected winners too. i would just like to ask you all, who do you think should've have won an award, and why? and who won that you felt deserved it.
by Charity Squid 7 years ago
What movie would you like to see win Best Picture at the Oscars 2013?
by Shadrack2 4 years ago
What is your take on Jada Pinkett Smith's decision to Boycott the Oscars?The backlash against the 2016 Academy Award nominations has continued to gain momentum. In a video posted on Facebook, Pinkett Smith made it clear that she was not even going to watch the Oscars on Television this year. On...
by Steven Escareno 4 years ago
Greetings folks. For those of you that are familiar with these forums that I do every year, I usually open up forums asking other users to name Oscar snubs prior to the actual event. Sadly, I've been so preoccupied with things that I didn't get a chance to open this forum early like...
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