# Actor Film Date of birth Date of award Age upon receiving award Date of death Notes
1Emil JanningsThe Last Command, The Way of All FleshJuly 23, 1884May 16, 192944 years, 297 daysJanuary 2, 1950Held record as oldest winner for 2 award ceremonies (from the 1st to the 3rd, May 1929–November 1930 [1 year, 6 months])
2Warner BaxterIn Old ArizonaMarch 29, 1889April 3, 193041 years, 5 daysMay 7, 1951Held record as youngest winner for 3 award ceremonies (from the 2nd to the 5th, April 1930–November 1932 [2 years, 7 months])
3George ArlissDisraeliApril 10, 1868November 5, 193062 years, 209 daysFebruary 5, 1946Held record as oldest winner for 39 award ceremonies (from the 3rd to the 42nd, November 1930–April 1970 [39 years, 5 months])
4Lionel BarrymoreA Free SoulApril 28, 1878November 10, 193153 years, 196 days20043
5Wallace BeeryThe ChampApril 1, 1885November 18, 193247 years, 231 daysApril 15, 1949Tie
6Fredric MarchDr. Jekyll and Mr. HydeAugust 31, 1897November 18, 193235 years, 79 daysApril 14, 1975Tie; 1st of 2, Held record as youngest winner for 1 award ceremony (from the 5th to the 6th, November 1932–March 1934 [1 year, 4 months])
7Charles LaughtonThe Private Life of Henry VIIIJuly 1, 1899March 16, 193434 years, 258 days22995Held record as youngest winner for 1 award ceremony (from the 6th to the 7th, March 1934–February 1935)
8Clark GableIt Happened One NightFebruary 1, 1901February 27, 193534 years, 26 days22236Held record as youngest winner for 6 award ceremonies (from the 7th to the 13th, February 1935–February 1941)
9Victor McLaglenThe InformerDecember 10, 1886March 5, 193649 years, 86 days21861
10Paul MuniThe Story of Louis PasteurSeptember 22, 1895March 4, 193741 years, 163 daysAugust 25, 1967
11Spencer TracyCaptains CourageousApril 5, 1900March 10, 193837 years, 339 daysJune 10, 19671st of 2
12Spencer TracyBoys TownApril 5, 1900February 23, 193938 years, 324 daysJune 10, 19672nd of 2
13Robert DonatGoodbye, Mr. ChipsMarch 18, 1905February 29, 194034 years, 348 daysJune 9, 1958
14James StewartThe Philadelphia StoryMay 20, 1908February 27, 194132 years, 283 daysJuly 2, 1997Held record as youngest winner for 14 award ceremonies (from the 13th to the 27th, February 1941–March 1955)
15Gary CooperSergeant YorkMay 7, 1901February 26, 194240 years, 295 daysMay 13, 19611st of 2
16James CagneyYankee Doodle DandyJuly 17, 1899March 4, 194343 years, 230 daysMarch 30, 1986
17Paul LukasWatch on the RhineMay 26, 1895March 2, 194448 years, 281 daysAugust 15, 1971
18Bing CrosbyGoing My WayMay 3, 1903March 15, 194541 years, 316 daysOctober 14, 1977
19Ray MillandThe Lost WeekendJanuary 3, 1907March 7, 194639 years, 63 daysMarch 10, 1986
20Fredric MarchThe Best Years of Our LivesAugust 31, 1897March 13, 194749 years, 194 daysApril 14, 19752nd of 2
21Ronald ColmanA Double LifeFebruary 9, 1891March 20, 194857 years, 40 daysMay 19, 1958
22Laurence OlivierHamletMay 22, 1907March 24, 194941 years, 306 daysJuly 11, 1989
23Broderick CrawfordAll the King's Men4361March 23, 195038 years, 104 daysApril 26, 1986
24José FerrerCyrano de BergeracJanuary 8, 1912March 29, 195139 years, 80 daysJanuary 26, 1992
25Humphrey BogartThe African QueenDecember 25, 1899March 30, 195252 years, 96 daysJanuary 14, 1957
26Gary CooperHigh NoonMay 7, 1901March 19, 195351 years, 316 daysMay 13, 19612nd of 2
27William HoldenStalag 17April 17, 1918March 25, 195435 years, 342 days29902
28Marlon BrandoOn the WaterfrontApril 3, 1924March 30, 195530 years, 361 daysJuly 1, 20041st of 2, Held record as youngest winner for 23 award ceremonies (from the 27th to the 50th, March 1955–April 1978)
29Ernest BorgnineMartyJanuary 24, 1917March 21, 195639 years, 57 daysJuly 8, 2012
30Yul BrynnerThe King and IJuly 11, 1920March 27, 195736 years, 259 daysOctober 10, 1985
31Alec GuinnessThe Bridge on the River KwaiApril 2, 1914March 26, 195843 years, 358 daysAugust 5, 2000
32David NivenSeparate TablesMarch 1, 1910April 6, 195949 years, 36 daysJuly 29, 1983
33Charlton HestonBen-HurOctober 4, 1923April 4, 196036 years, 183 daysApril 5, 2008
34Burt LancasterElmer Gantry5055April 17, 196147 years, 166 daysOctober 20, 1994
35Maximilian SchellJudgment at Nuremberg11300April 9, 196231 years, 122 daysFebruary 1, 2014
36Gregory PeckTo Kill a MockingbirdApril 5, 1916April 8, 196347 years, 3 daysJune 12, 2003
37Sidney PoitierLilies of the FieldFebruary 20, 1927April 13, 196437 years, 53 days
38Rex HarrisonMy Fair LadyMarch 5, 1908April 5, 196557 years, 31 daysJune 2, 1990
39Lee MarvinCat BallouFebruary 19, 1924April 18, 196642 years, 58 daysAugust 29, 1987
40Paul ScofieldA Man for All SeasonsJanuary 21, 1922April 10, 196745 years, 79 daysMarch 19, 2008
41Rod SteigerIn the Heat of the NightApril 14, 1925April 10, 196842 years, 362 daysJuly 9, 2002
42Cliff RobertsonCharlySeptember 9, 1923April 14, 196945 years, 217 daysSeptember 10, 2011
43John WayneTrue GritMay 26, 1907April 7, 197062 years, 316 daysJune 11, 1979Held record as oldest winner for 12 award ceremonies (from the 42nd to the 54th, April 1970–March 1982)
44George C. ScottPattonOctober 18, 1927April 15, 197143 years, 179 daysSeptember 22, 1999Refused
45Gene HackmanThe French ConnectionJanuary 30, 1930April 10, 197242 years, 71 days
46Marlon BrandoThe GodfatherApril 3, 1924March 27, 197348 years, 358 daysJuly 1, 2004Refused; 2nd of 2
47Jack LemmonSave the TigerFebruary 8, 1925April 2, 197449 years, 53 daysJune 27, 2001
48Art CarneyHarry and Tonto6883April 8, 197556 years, 155 days37934
49Jack NicholsonOne Flew Over the Cuckoo's NestApril 22, 1937March 29, 197638 years, 342 days1st of 2
50Peter FinchNetworkSeptember 28, 1916March 28, 197760 years, 181 daysJanuary 14, 1977Posthumous (Finch died two months and two weeks before the ceremony)
51Richard DreyfussThe Goodbye GirlOctober 29, 1947April 3, 197830 years, 156 daysHeld record as youngest winner for 25 award ceremonies (from the 50th to the 75th, April 1978–March 2003)
52Jon VoightComing Home14243April 9, 197940 years, 101 days
53Dustin HoffmanKramer vs. KramerAugust 8, 1937April 14, 198042 years, 250 days1st of 2
54Robert De NiroRaging BullAugust 17, 1943March 31, 198137 years, 226 days
55Henry FondaOn Golden PondMay 16, 1905March 29, 198276 years, 317 daysAugust 12, 1982Has held record as oldest winner for 33 award ceremonies (from the 54th through the 87th, March 1982-February 2015)
56Ben KingsleyGandhi16071April 11, 198339 years, 101 days
57Robert DuvallTender MerciesJanuary 5, 1931April 9, 198453 years, 95 days
58F. Murray AbrahamAmadeusOctober 24, 1939March 25, 198545 years, 152 days
59William HurtKiss of the Spider WomanMarch 20, 1950March 24, 198636 years, 4 days
60Paul NewmanThe Color of MoneyJanuary 26, 1925March 30, 198762 years, 63 daysSeptember 26, 2008
61Michael DouglasWall StreetSeptember 25, 1944April 11, 198843 years, 199 days
62Dustin HoffmanRain ManAugust 8, 1937March 27, 198951 years, 231 days2nd of 2
63Daniel Day-LewisMy Left FootApril 29, 1957March 26, 199032 years, 331 days1st of 3
64Jeremy IronsReversal of FortuneSeptember 19, 1948March 25, 199142 years, 187 days
65Anthony HopkinsThe Silence of the Lambs13880March 30, 199254 years, 90 days
66Al PacinoScent of a WomanApril 25, 1940March 29, 199352 years, 338 days
67Tom HanksPhiladelphiaJuly 9, 1956March 21, 199437 years, 255 days1st of 2
68Tom HanksForrest GumpJuly 9, 1956March 27, 199538 years, 261 days2nd of 2
69Nicolas CageLeaving Las VegasJanuary 7, 1964March 25, 199632 years, 78 days
70Geoffrey RushShineJuly 6, 1951March 24, 199745 years, 261 days
71Jack NicholsonAs Good as It GetsApril 22, 1937March 23, 199860 years, 335 days2nd of 2
72Roberto BenigniLife Is BeautifulOctober 27, 1952March 21, 199946 years, 145 days
73Kevin SpaceyAmerican BeautyJuly 26, 1959March 26, 200040 years, 244 days
74Russell CroweGladiatorApril 7, 1964March 25, 200136 years, 352 days
75Denzel WashingtonTraining Day20086March 24, 200247 years, 86 days
76Adrien BrodyThe PianistApril 14, 1973March 23, 200329 years, 343 daysHas held record as youngest winner for 12 award ceremonies (from the 75th through the 87th, March 2003–February 2015)
77Sean PennMystic RiverAugust 17, 1960February 29, 200443 years, 196 days1st of 2
78Jamie FoxxRay24819February 27, 200537 years, 76 days
79Philip Seymour HoffmanCapoteJuly 23, 1967March 5, 200638 years, 225 daysFebruary 2, 2014
80Forest WhitakerThe Last King of ScotlandJuly 15, 1961February 25, 200745 years, 225 days
81Daniel Day-LewisThere Will Be BloodApril 29, 1957February 24, 200850 years, 301 days2nd of 3
82Sean PennMilkAugust 17, 1960February 22, 200948 years, 189 days2nd of 2
83Jeff BridgesCrazy Heart18236March 7, 201060 years, 93 days
84Colin FirthThe King's SpeechSeptember 10, 1960February 27, 201150 years, 170 days
85Jean DujardinThe ArtistJune 19, 1972February 26, 201239 years, 252 days
86Daniel Day-LewisLincolnApril 29, 1957February 24, 201355 years, 301 days3rd of 3
87Matthew McConaugheyDallas Buyers Club25511March 2, 201444 years, 118 days
88Eddie RedmayneThe Theory of EverythingJanuary 6, 1982February 22, 201533 years, 47 days
89Leonardo DiCaprioThe Revenant27344February 28, 201641 years, 109 days
90Casey AffleckManchester by the SeaAugust 12, 1975February 26, 201741 years, 198 days
91Gary OldmanDarkest HourMarch 21, 1958March 4, 201859 years, 348 days
92Rami MalekBohemian RhapsodyMay 12, 1981February 24, 201937 years, 288 days
93Joaquin PhoenixJokerOct 28, 1974February 9, 202045 years, 104 days