From Jennifer Lawrence to Sandra Bullock: Oscar-Winning Actresses of the 2010s

From Jennifer Lawrence to Sandra Bullock: Oscar-Winning Actresses of the 2010s

19 Dec 2019 (PT)
OSCAR-WINNING ACTRESSESJENNIFER LAWRENCESANDRA BULLOCKLAWRENCEOSCAR

Sandra Bullock, Natalie Portman, Meryl Streep, Jennifer Lawrence and Cate Blanchett lead the first half of the decade as the top actresses in Hollywood to bring home the highest acting honor of the Academy Award for best actress. Bullock, Portman and Lawrence each won their first Oscars, while Streep won her third she has two for best actress and one for best supporting and Blanchett won her second she has one for best actress and one for best supporting.

Julianne Moore, Brie Larson, Emma Stone, Frances McDormand and Olivia Colman rounded out the decade with their best actress wins McDormand won her second best actress honor, making the claim of #OscarsSoWhite highly relevant for the lead category.

Only five actresses of color were recognized in the lead actress category over the decade, with nominations for Gabourey Sidibee, Viola Davis, Quvenzhané Wallis, Ruth Negga and Yalitza Aparicio.

The supporting actress category faired much better in terms of representation with five wins for black actresses including Mo'Nique, Octavia Spencer, Lupita Nyong'o, Viola Davis and Regina King. Other supporting actress Academy Award-winners from the decade were Melissa Leo, Anne Hathaway, Patricia Arquette, Alicia Vikander and Allison Janney.

See all twenty Oscar-winning actresses from the 2010s below.

[Please note all years reference the year the award was presented during the annual ceremony].

Sandra Bullock, 'The Blind Side'

Best actress, 2010

From Jennifer Lawrence to Sandra Bullock: Oscar-Winning Actresses of the 2010s
Sandra Bullock in 'The Blind Side'
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After her 1994 breakout performance in Speed, alongside Keanu Reeves, Sandra Bullock went on to star in the classics While You Were Sleeping, Miss Congeniality and The Proposal, all of which earned her Golden Globe nominations. But it was her 2009 role as Leigh Anne Tuohy, who became the legal guardian to left tackle Michael Oher, in The Blind Side, that would earn her a best actress win at boththe Golden Globes and the Oscars. The film was directed by John Lee Hancock and also starred Quinton Aaron, Tim McGraw, Kathy Bates and Lily Collins. Since winning the Oscar, Bullock has gone on to star in hit films such as The Heat, Gravity the role earned her a best actress Oscar nomination, Minions, Ocean's Eight and Bird Box.

Additional 2010 best actress nominees: Helen Mirren The Last Station, Carey Mulligan An Education, Gabourey Sidibe Precious and Meryl Streep Julie & Julia

Mo'Nique, 'Precious'

Best supporting actress, 2010

From Jennifer Lawrence to Sandra Bullock: Oscar-Winning Actresses of the 2010s
Mo'Nique
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Mo'Nique got her start on the UPN series The Parkers, along with her influence in the world of stand-up comedy. She won the Golden Globe and then the Academy Award for her supporting role in Precious. The film also won an Oscar for best adapted screenplay and picked nominations for best picture, best actress Gabourey Sidibe, best director Lee Daniels and best film editing. Since her win, Mo'Nique went on to earn an Emmy nomination for her supporting role in the HBO television movie Bessie, starring Queen Latifah. The Oscar-winner has also spoken out about being "blackballed" in Hollywood after the success of Precious.

Additional 2010 best supporting actress nominees: Penélope Cruz Nine, Vera Farmiga Up in the Air, Maggie Gyllenhaal Crazy Heart, Anna Kendrick Up in the Air

Natalie Portman, 'The Black Swan'

Best actress, 2011

From Jennifer Lawrence to Sandra Bullock: Oscar-Winning Actresses of the 2010s
Natalie Portman in 'The Black Swan'
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Natalie Portman got her start in her early teens in independent films such as The Professional, Heat and Beautiful Girlsbefore going on to star as Queen Amidala in her first of three Star Wars films. She earned her first Golden Globe nomination for her supporting role in Anywhere But Here alongside Susan Sarandon. She appeared in acclaimed films Where the Heart Is, Cold Mountain and Garden State before Closer, the film that earned her an Academy Award nomination for her supporting role as well as a Golden Globe nomination. After Closer, Portman starred in many films including V for Vendetta and The Other Boleyn Girl before her Oscar-winning performance in Darren Aronofsky's Black Swan. Mila Kunis starred alongside Portman in the film that scored nominations for best picture, best director Aronofsky, best cinematography and best film editing. Since Black Swan, Portman earned an Oscar nomination for her leading role in Jackie, as Jackie Kennedy, and starred in films such as Annihilation and Vox Lux. Her role as Thor in Thor: Love and Thunder was announced this summer. In 2015, she wrote, directed and starred in her feature-film directorial debut A Tale of Love and Darkness.

Additional 2011 best actress nominees: Annette Bening The Kids Are All Right, Nicole Kidman Rabbit Hole, Jennifer Lawrence Winter's Bone, Michelle Williams Blue Valentine

Melissa Leo, 'The Fighter'

Best supporting actress, 2011

From Jennifer Lawrence to Sandra Bullock: Oscar-Winning Actresses of the 2010s
Melissa Leo in 'The Fighter'
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Melissa Leo began her strong body of television work with a regular role on All My Children. She gained critical acclaim for her supporting work in Alejandro Iñárritu's 21 Grams before earning her first Oscar nomination for her leading role in Courtney Hunt's Frozen River. She won an Academy Award for best supporting actress in David O. Russell's The Fighter, where she plays the mother to Mark Wahlberg and Christian Bale. The film went on to win two Oscars one for Leo and one for Bale's supporting role and pick up five additional nominations of best picture, best supporting actress Amy Adams, best director Russell, best film editing, and best original screenplay. Since her Oscar win, Leo has produced a large body of work earning Emmy praise for her work in Mildred Pierce, Louie a role that won her the Emmy for outstanding guest actress in a comedy series and All the Way.

Additional 2011 best supporting actress nominees: Amy Adams The Fighter, Helena Bonham Carter The King's Speech, Hailee Steinfeld True Grit, Jacki Weaver Animal Kingdom

Meryl Streep, 'The Iron Lady'

Best actress, 2012

From Jennifer Lawrence to Sandra Bullock: Oscar-Winning Actresses of the 2010s
Meryl Streep in 'The Iron Lady'
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Meryl Streep is the most nominated actor in the Academy, with three career Oscars and an eighteen additional nominations. She earned her first Oscar nomination for her supporting role in The Deer Hunter before winning her first Oscar for her supporting role in Kramer vs. Kramer from director Robert Benton. She earned her first best actress nomination for The French Lieutenant's Woman and won her second Oscar first for best actress the following year for Sophie's Choice. She earned nominations for her roles in Silkwood, Out of Africa, Ironweed, Evil Angels, Postcards from the Edge, The Bridges of Madison County, One True Thing, Music of the Heart, Adaptation, The Devil Wears Prada, Doubt and Julie & Julia before winning her third Oscar second for best actress for The Iron Lady. After her latest win, Streep has since earned Oscar nominations for August: Osage County, Into the Woods, Florence Foster Jenkins and The Post. She is currently nominated for a Golden Globe for her work in the second season of HBO's Big Little Lies. With her Iron Lady win, Streep joined the ranks of Ingrid Bergman, Wer Brennan and Jack Nicholson as the people to win three Academy Awards for acting Daniel Day-Lewis has since won three. Katharine Hepburn is the only person to win four acting Oscars.

Additional 2012 best actress nominees: Glenn Close Albert Nobbs, Viola Davis The Help, Rooney Mara The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, Michelle Williams My Week with Marilyn

Octavia Spencer, 'The Help'

Best supporting actress, 2012

From Jennifer Lawrence to Sandra Bullock: Oscar-Winning Actresses of the 2010s
Octavia Spencer in 'The Help'
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Octavia Spencer worked steadily in film and television since 1996 before winning an Academy Award for her supporting role in The Help, directed by Tate Taylor. Spencer starred with Viola Davis, Emma Stone, Bryce Dallas Howard, Jessica Chastain and Allison Janney in the film that earned nominations for best picture, best actress Davis and best supporting actress Chastain. Since her win, Spencer went on to work in acclaimed films such as Fruitvale Station and Snowpiercer as well as the Divergent franchise before earning an Oscar nomination for her supporting role in Hidden Figures, followed by a nomination for her supporting role in The Shape of Water. She recently led the horror film Ma in the title role and has completed filming an adaptation of Roald Dahl's The Witches.

Additional 2012 best supporting actress nominees: Bérénice Bejo The Artist, Jessica Chastain The Help, Melissa McCarthy Bridesmaids, Janet McTeer Albert Nobbs

Jennifer Lawrence, 'Silver Linings Playbook'

Best actress, 2013

From Jennifer Lawrence to Sandra Bullock: Oscar-Winning Actresses of the 2010s
Jennifer Lawrence in 'Silver Linings Playbook'
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Jennifer Lawrence earned her first Oscar nomination for her breakout performance in Debra Granik's Winter's Bone. She quickly scored a role in the X-Men franchise as Mystique and led the four Hunger Games filmsas heroine Katniss Everdeen. She won the Academy Award for best actress for Silver Linings Playbook, from director David O. Russell. She co-starred with Bradley Cooper, Robert De Niro and Jacki Weaver. In addition to Lawrence's win, the film scored seven Oscar nominations for best picture, best director Russell, best adapted screenplay Russell, best actor Cooper, best supporting actor De Niro, best supporting actress Weaver and best film editing. Since her Oscar win, Lawrence has gone on to earn a supporting actress nomination for American Hustle and a best actress nomination for Joy both directed by Russell.

Additional 2013 best actress nominees: Jessica Chastain Zero Dark Thirty, Emmanuelle Riva Amour, Quvenzhané Wallis Beasts of the Southern Wild, Naomi Watts The Impossible

Anne Hathaway, 'Les Misérables'

Best supporting actress, 2013

From Jennifer Lawrence to Sandra Bullock: Oscar-Winning Actresses of the 2010s
Anne Hathaway in 'Les Misérables'
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Anne Hathaway broke out as a superstar in her leading role as Mia Thermopolis in The Princess Diaries. She followed the film with Ella Enchanted before moving into a more serious role in Brokeback Mountain. She earned critical acclaim for her leading role in The Devil Wears Prada, earning her first Oscar nomination shortly after for her leading role in Jonathan Demme's Rachel Getting Married. She starred in Bride Wars, Alice in Wonderland, Love & Other Drugs and The Dark Knight Rises before she won the Oscar for her supporting role of Fantine in the epic musical Les Misérables. The film won three Oscars, one for Hathaway plus best makeup and hair and best sound mixing. It also picked up nominations for best picture, best actor Hugh Jackman, best costumes, but original song and best production design. Since her win Hathaway has starred in Interstellar, The Intern, Ocean's Eight and Dark Waters and has completed filming an adaptation of Roald Dahl's The Witches.

Additional 2013 best supporting actress nominees: Amy Adams The Master, Sally Field Lincoln, Helen Hunt The Sessions, Jacki Weaver Silver Linings Playbook

Cate Blanchett, 'Blue Jasmine'

Best actress, 2014

From Jennifer Lawrence to Sandra Bullock: Oscar-Winning Actresses of the 2010s
Cate Blanchett in 'Blue Jasmine'
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Australian actress Cate Blanchett got her start in the Sydney Theatre Company before gaining international recognition for her work in Shekhar Kapur's Elizabeth as a young Queen Elizabeth I, earning her an Oscar nomination for best actress. She earned Golden Globe nominations for Veronica Guerin and Bandits before winning her first Oscar for her supporting role in Martin Scorsese's The Aviator as Katharine Hepburn to Leonardo DiCaprio's Howard Hughes. She went on to her Oscar nominations for Notes on a Scandal, I'm Not There and Elizabeth: The Golden Age before winning the best actress honor for her Blanche DuBois-inspired role in Woody Allen's Blue Jasmine. In addition to Blanchett's win, Allen earned a nomination for best screenplay and Sally Hawkins picked up a supporting actress nod. She picked up her latest Oscar nomination for her title role in Carol and was recently honored with a Globe nomination for her lead role in Where'd You Go, Bernadette.

Additional 2014 best actress nominees: Amy Adams American Hustle, Sandra Bullock Gravity, Judi Dench Philomena, Meryl Streep August: Osage County

Lupita Nyong'o, '12 Years a Slave'

Best supporting actress, 2014

From Jennifer Lawrence to Sandra Bullock: Oscar-Winning Actresses of the 2010s
Lupita Nyong'o in '12 Years a Slave'
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Lupita Nyong'o's debut feature film 12 Years a Slave, earned her a best supporting actress Oscar, launching her career to the top right off the bat. The film won three Oscars including Nyong'o, best picture, and best screenplay. Actors Chiwetel Ejiofor and Michael Fassbender each earned nominations along with director Steve McQueen, while 12 Years also earned nominations for best costumes, film editing and production design. Nyong'o bided her time post Oscar with a run on Broadway in Eclipsed written by Black Panther actress Danai Gurira and voice work in mega-hits The Jungle Book and The Force Awakens. She went to star in 2018's blockbuster Black Panther, from director Ryan Coogler and starring Chadwick Boseman, Michael B. Jordan and Gurira. She was recently recognized with a SAG nomination for her lead role in Jordan Peele's horror, Us.

Additional 2014 best supporting actress nominees: Sally Hawkins Blue Jasmine, Jennifer Lawrence American Hustle, Julia Roberts August: Osage County, June Squibb Nebraska

Julianne Moore, 'Still Alice'

Best actress, 2015

From Jennifer Lawrence to Sandra Bullock: Oscar-Winning Actresses of the 2010s
Julianne Moore in 'Still Alice'
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Julianne Moore earned steady traction with roles in acclaimed films like The Fugitive and Short Cuts along with The Lost World: Jurassic Park. She earned her first Oscar nomination for her supporting role in Paul Thomas Anderson's Boogie Nights. She appeared in The Big Lebowski before earning her second Oscar nomination for The End of the Affair. She appeared in Anderson's Magnolia before picking up her third and fourth Oscar nominations in the same year for Far from Heaven actress and The Hours supporting actress. She went on to work in acclaimed films Children of Men, I'm Not There, A Single Man, The Kids Are All Right, Crazy, Stupid, Love and Don Jon before winning an Oscar for her lead role in Still Alice. Moore plays a woman with early onset Alzheimer's Disease with Alec Baldwin as her husband and Kristen Stewart as her daughter. She has since gone on to appear in The Hunger Games films, Kingsman: The Golden Circle, Gloria Bell and After the Wedding.

Additional 2015 best actress nominees: Marion Cotillard Two Days, One Night, Felicity Jones The Theory of Everything, Rosamund Pike Gone Girl, Reese Witherspoon Wild

Patricia Arquette, 'Boyhood'

Best supporting actress, 2015

From Jennifer Lawrence to Sandra Bullock: Oscar-Winning Actresses of the 2010s
Patricia Arquette in 'Boyhood'
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Patricia Arquette gained steady traction through her film work in the 90s True Romance, Beyond Rangoon, Ethan Frome, Lost Highway, Flirting with Disaster before she went on to star in the NBC drama Medium for seven seasons, winning an Emmy for her performance. She worked with director Richard Linklater over 12 years with actor Ethan Hawke to create Boyhood, winning an Oscar for her supporting role. The film earned five additional Oscar nominations for best picture, best director Linklater, best screenplay Linklater, best supporting actor Hawke and best film editing. Since her Oscar win, Arquette returned to television for CSI and CSI: Cyber and gained recognition for her leading role in Ben Stiller's Escape at Dannemora with a Golden Globe win and for her supporting role in The Act, winning her second Emmy.

Additional 2015 best supporting actress nominees: Laura Dern Wild, Keira Knightley The Imitation Game, Emma Stone Birdman, Meryl Streep Into the Woods

Brie Larson, 'Room'

Best actress, 2016

From Jennifer Lawrence to Sandra Bullock: Oscar-Winning Actresses of the 2010s
Brie Larson in 'Room'
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Brie Larson came up through work in film and television such as Scott Pilgrim vs. the World, United States of Tara, 21 Jump Street, The Spectacular Now and Don Jon before her breakthrough role in Destin Daniel Cretton's acclaimed film Short Term 12. She played Amy Schumer's sister in Trainwreck before winning an Oscar for best actress for her leading role in Lenny Abrahamson's Room. The film earned three additional nominations for best picture, best director Abrahamson and best screenplay adapted by Room novelist Emma Donoghue. After her win, Larson went on to star in Kong: Skull Island and The Glass Castle and directed her first feature film Unicorn Store, which she also led. Larson landed the title role in Captain Marvel, which went on to become the highest-grossing female superhero movie worldwide. In addition to her Marvel films, Larson also appears in Cretton's latest film Just Mercy, starring Michael B. Jordan and Jamie Foxx.

Additional 2016 best actress nominees: Cate Blanchett Carol, Jennifer Lawrence Joy, Charlotte Rampling 45 Years, Saoirse Ronan Brooklyn

Alicia Vikander, 'The Danish Girl'

Best supporting actress, 2016

From Jennifer Lawrence to Sandra Bullock: Oscar-Winning Actresses of the 2010s
Alicia Vikander in 'The Danish Girl'
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Swedish actress Alicia Vikander starred as Kitty in Joe Wright's Anna Karenina led by Keira Knightley before her breakthrough performance in Alex Garland's Ex Machina. Vikander earned a Golden Globe nomination for the role and went on to star in The Man from U.N.C.L.E. from Guy Ritchie with Henry Cavill before her Oscar winning role in Tom Hooper's The Danish Girl, opposite Eddie Redmayne. The film earned three additional nominations for best actor Redmayne, best costume design and best production design. Since her win, Vikander has starred in Jason Bourne, The Light Between Oceans, Tulip Fever, the Tomb Raider reboot as Lara Croft and Netflix's Earthquake Bird.

Additional 2016 best supporting actress nominees: Jennifer Jason Leigh The Hateful Eight, Rooney Mara Carol, Rachel McAdams Spotlight, Kate Winslet Steve Jobs

Emma Stone, 'La La Land'

Best actress, 2017

From Jennifer Lawrence to Sandra Bullock: Oscar-Winning Actresses of the 2010s
Emma Stone in 'La La Land'
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Emma Stone quickly made her mark as an indie darling in films like Superbad, The House Bunny and Zombieland before earning her first Golden Globe nomination for her lead role in Easy A. She worked in hit films Crazy, Stupid, Love, The Help and The Amazing Spider-Man and Spider-Man 2 before picking up her first Oscar nomination for her supporting role in Alejandro Iñárritu's Birdman. It wasn't long before Stone won an Oscar for her lead role in Damien Chazelle's La La Land opposite Ryan Gosling. She earned a Golden Globe nomination the following year for her portrayal of Billie Jean King in Battle of the Sexes, and earned a Globe and Oscar nomination for her supporting role in Yorgos Lanthimos's The Favourite. She is set to star in the title role of the upcoming Cruella de Vil from director Craig Gillespie.

Additional 2017 best actress nominees: Isabelle Huppert Elle, Ruth Negga Loving, Natalie Portman Jackie, Meryl Streep Florence Foster Jenkins

Viola Davis, 'Fences'

Best supporting actress, 2017

From Jennifer Lawrence to Sandra Bullock: Oscar-Winning Actresses of the 2010s
Viola Davis in 'Fences'
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Viola Davis appeared in Traffic, Solaris and Syriana all from Steven Soderbergh and won a Tony Award for her featured role in the Broadway play King Hedley II. She appeared in Far from Heaven, Antwone Fisher and Disturbia before earning her first Oscar nomination for her supporting role in Doubt from writer and director John Patrick Shanley. She won another Tony award in 2010, this time for her leading role in August Wilsons's Fences, opposite Denzel Washington, and then went on to pick up a second Oscar nomination her her lead role in The Help. In 2015, she became the first and only black woman to win the Emmy for outstanding lead actress in a drama for How to Get Away with Murder. She went on to win her first Oscar for best supporting actress for the film adaptation of Fences, directed by and also starring Denzel Washington.

Additional 2017 best supporting actress nominees: Naomie Harris Moonlight, Nicole Kidman Lion, Octavia Spencer Hidden Figures, Michelle Williams Manchester by the Sea

Frances McDormand, 'Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri'

Best actress, 2018

From Jennifer Lawrence to Sandra Bullock: Oscar-Winning Actresses of the 2010s
Frances McDormand in 'Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri'
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Frances McDormand landed her first role in Blood Simple, directed by the Coen brothers, and went on to marry director Joel Coen the two have become frequent creative collaborators. She appeared in the Coens's film Raising Arizona along with films such as Mississippi Burning, earning her first Oscar nomination, and Robert Altman's Short Cuts, for which she won a special Golden Globe with the entire cast. She won her first Oscar for her leading role in Fargo from the Coen brothers, followed by Oscar nominations for Almost Famous and North Country. She picked up another Golden Globe nomination for Burn After Reading Coen brothers and won two Emmys for HBO's limited series Olive Kitteridge as both a producer and the lead actress in the title role. McDormand won her second Academy Award for her leading role in Martin McDonagh's Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri. The film won two Oscars, for best actress McDormand and best supporting actor Sam Rockwell. Billboards earned nominations for best picture, best supporting actor Woody Harrelson, best screenplay McDonagh, best film editing and best original score. With her win, McDormand became one of 21 actors to win two Oscars in the lead acting category Daniel Day-Lewis has three and Katharine Hepburn has four. Her role as Lady Macbeth opposite Denzel Washington as Macbeth in husband Joel Coen's upcoming adaptation of the Shakespeare play was recently announced.

Additional 2018 best actress nominees: Sally Hawkins The Shape of Water, Margot Robbie I, Tonya, Saoirse Ronan Lady Bird, Meryl Streep The Post

Allison Janney, 'I, Tonya'

Best supporting actress, 2018

From Jennifer Lawrence to Sandra Bullock: Oscar-Winning Actresses of the 2010s
Allison Janney, 'I, Tonya'
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Allison Janney worked steadily as an actress in the 90s with roles on TV's Law & Oder and in films such as American Beauty, Drop Dead Gorgeous and 10 Things I Hate About You before landing her breakout role as C.J. Cregg on NBC's The West Wing. Janney won four Emmys for her work on the series, originated by Aaron Sorkin, and earned another two Emmy nominations and four Golden Globes nominations. Continuing to work in films such as The Help, The Way Way Back, Spy and Tallulah, Janney won an Emmy for a guest arc on Masters of Sex and scored two nominations and landed her own CBS series with Anna Faris, Mom. Janney has won two Emmys for her work on the series. She acted as mother to Tonya Harding played by Margot Robbie, LaVona in Craig Gillespie's I, Tonya, and won her first Oscar for her supporting role. The film also earned a best actress nomination Robbie and a best film editing nod. Janney recently appeared in the 2019 film Bombshell.

Additional 2018 best supporting actress nominees: Mary J. Blige Mudbound, Lesley Manville Phantom Thread, Laurie Metcalf Lady Bird, Octavia Spencer The Shape of Water

Olivia Colman, 'The Favourite'

Best actress, 2019

From Jennifer Lawrence to Sandra Bullock: Oscar-Winning Actresses of the 2010s
Olivia Colman in 'The Favourite'
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Coming up through British television, Olivia Colman had a small part in Yorgos Lanthimos's The Lobster before her crossover performance in The Night Manager, which won her a Golden Globe. She led Lanthimos's The Favourite with Rachel Weisz and Emma Stone and won her first career Oscar for the role. The film earned nominations for best picture, directing Lanthimos, two for supporting actress Weisz, Stone, cinematography, film editing, costume design and production design. Colman has gone on to earn an Emmy nomination for her work on Phoebe Waller-Bridge's award-winning comedy Fleabag and recently earned a Golden Globe nomination for her lead role on Netflix's The Crown as Queen Elizabeth II.

Additional 2019 best actress nominees: Yalitza Aparicio Roma, Glenn Close The Wife, Lady Gaga A Star Is Born, Melissa McCarthy Can You Ever Forgive Me?

Regina King, 'If Beale Street Could Talk'

Best supporting actress, 2019

From Jennifer Lawrence to Sandra Bullock: Oscar-Winning Actresses of the 2010s
Regina King, 'If Beale Street Could Talk'
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Regina King's career launched with roles in John Singleton films Boyz n the Hood and Poetic Justice and she went to work in film and TV regularly through the 90s and early 2000s. She worked on shows Southland, The Boondocks, The Leftovers and American Crime, winning two Emmy awards for the latter. She won a third Emmy for her work on Seven Seconds and earned a Golden Globe nomination for the role. She landed a supporting role in Barry Jenkins's If Beale Street Could Talk with actors KiKi Layne and Stephan James and went on to win her first Academy Award for the role. The film earned a writing nomination for Jenkins as well as best original score. King most recently starred in the HBO hit series, Watchmen.

Additional 2019 best actress nominees: Amy Adams Vice, Marina de Tavira Roma, Emma Stone The Favourite, Rachel Weisz The Favourite

Source: Hollywood Reporter

OSCAR-WINNING ACTRESSESJENNIFER LAWRENCESANDRA BULLOCKLAWRENCEOSCAR
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