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9 Actors Who Actually Have More Oscar Nominations Than Leo DiCaprio

Congrats on your fifth acting Oscar nod today, Leo!

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Leo DiCaprio was just nominated for his fifth acting Academy Award, this time for Best Actor in The Revenant.

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He has five acting nominations in total, and an additional nod as a producer:

The Revenant, 2016 — Best Actor

The Wolf of Wall Street, 2014 — Best Motion Picture

The Wolf of Wall Street, 2014 — Best Actor

Blood Diamond, 2007 — Best Actor

The Aviator, 2005 — Best Actor

What's Eating Gilbert Grape, 1994 — Best Supporting Actor

And let's be honest... the internet REALLY wants him to win.

They just...

...are tired...

...of seeing...

...him lose.

People always rally in support of Leo, which is awesome, but let's not forget about the actors who have just as many (or even MORE) nominations, without ever winning.

Amy Adams, five nominations:

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American Hustle, 2014 — Best Actress

The Master, 2013 — Best Supporting Actress

The Fighter, 2011 — Best Supporting Actress

Doubt, 2009 — Best Supporting Actress

Junebug, 2006 — Best Supporting Actress

Glenn Close, six nominations:


Albert Nobbs, 2012 — Best Actress

Dangerous Liaisons, 1989 — Best Actress

Fatal Attraction, 1988 — Best Actress

The Natural, 1985 — Best Supporting Actress

The Big Chill, 1984 — Best Supporting Actress

The World According to Garp, 1983 – Best Supporting Actress

Richard Burton, seven nominations:

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Equus, 1978 — Best Actor

Anne of the Thousand Days, 1970 — Best Actor

Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?, 1967 — Best Actor

The Spy Who Came in from the Cold, 1966 — Best Actor

Becket, 1965 — Best Actor

The Robe, 1954 — Best Actor

My Cousin Rachel, 1953 — Best Actor

Thelma Ritter, six nominations:

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Birdman of Alcatraz, 1963 — Best Supporting Actress

Pillow Talk, 1960 — Best Supporting Actress

Pickup on South Street, 1954 — Best Supporting Actress

With a Song in My Heart, 1953 — Best Supporting Actress

The Mating Season, 1952 — Best Supporting Actress

All About Eve, 1951 — Best Supporting Actress

Albert Finney, five nominations:

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Erin Brockovich, 2001 — Best Supporting Actor

Under the Volcano, 1985 — Best Actor

The Dresser, 1984 — Best Actor

Murder on the Orient Express, 1975 — Best Actor

Tom Jones, 1964 — Best Actor

Arthur Kennedy, five nominations:

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Some Came Running, 1959 — Best Supporting Actor

Peyton Place, 1958 — Best Supporting Actor

Trial, 1956 — Best Supporting Actor

Bright Victory, 1952 — Best Actor

Champion, 1950 — Best Supporting Actor

Deborah Kerr, six nominations (and one Honorary Oscar):

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Honorary Oscar, 1994

The Sundowners, 1961 — Best Actress

Separate Tables, 1959 — Best Actress

Heaven Knows, Mr. Allison, 1958 — Best Actress

The King and I, 1957 — Best Actress

From Here to Eternity, 1954 — Best Actress

Edward, My Son, 1950 — Best Actress

Irene Dunn, five nominations:

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I Remember Mama, 1949 — Best Actress

Love Affair, 1940 — Best Actress

The Awful Truth, 1938 — Best Actress

Theodora Goes Wild, 1937 — Best Actress

Cimarron, 1931 — Best Actress

And Peter O’toole, eight nominations (and one Honorary Oscar):

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Venus, 2007 — Best Actor

Honorary Oscar, 2003

My Favorite Year, 1983 — Best Actor

The Stunt Man, 1981 — Best Actor

The Ruling Class, 1973 — Best Actor

Goodbye, Mr. Chips, 1970 — Best Actor

The Lion in Winter, 1969 — Best Actor

Becket, 1965 — Best Actor

Lawrence of Arabia, 1963 — Best Actor

Best of luck this year, Leo. We love you.

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