Had it not been for the Corona virus, we would have started preparing and thinking about the winner of the Oscars 2021, but postponing the ceremony and with it postponing the announcement of the nominations did not prevent critics from thinking about a list of those expected to win, and among them came the name of the actor Chadwick Bosman, who died in August 2020 after a struggle with colon cancer, and did not watch His latest work, Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom, could qualify him for the award or perhaps his first nomination!
Throughout the entire Oscars history of 92 concerts, 7 Oscar-winning artists were called and didn’t follow the call! Death was faster than crowning them with a dream that they did not fulfill while alive.
Jane Eagles Nomination for Best Actress in 1930 for The Letter
Jane Eagles was the first person to receive a nomination for Best Acting after her death, at the second Oscars concert, she is still the only woman to receive a nomination for acting after her death.
Eagles won her nomination for the role in The Letter, and she introduced the character of a married woman, who is fiercely jealous and shoots her lover, to be brought to trial for murder, but lost the award to Norma Shearer, who won for The Divorcee.
The actress died after suffering from alcoholism, in 1929 at the age of 39. Her death was attributed to an overdose of choral hydrate she took to help her sleep.
– James Dean Nomination in 1956 for Best Actor, “East of Eden”
James Dean was one of the youngest and most exciting young talents before his untimely death in a car accident in 1955. He was only 24 years old.
Dean earned a Best Actor nomination for East of Eden after his death, playing a lost young man who searches for the tenderness of his father who favors his other son.
Dean lost the award to Ernst Borgenen, who won for Marty.
– Second nomination for James Dean as Best Actor, Giant
A year after his death, that is, in 1956, the name Dean returned to the Oscar nominations, becoming the only actor to receive more than one nomination after his death.
Dean played a Texas ranch in this three and a half hour saga.
The late actor lost the award to Yul Brenner, who won for his role in The King and I.
Spencer Tracy Nominated for Best Actor for Guess Whos Coming to Dinner
Tracy had already earned 2 Oscars in his life, as Best Actor in 1938 and 1939 for his roles in Captains Courageous and Boys Town, respectively.
Tracy died in 1967 of a heart attack at the age of 67, just 17 days after the end of filming for Guess Whos Coming to Dinner, and he starred in the movie with his then-partner, Katharine Hepburn. He and Hepburn play a couple whose attitudes conflict when their daughter attends her black fiance Sydney Poitier.
Hepburn won Best Actress for that movie, but Rod Stiger, who won for In the Heat of the Night, prevented Tracy from winning a third Oscar.
Peter Finch wins the Best Actor award for “Network” in 1977
Peter Finch died of a heart attack in 1977 at the age of 60, and soon after he became the first person to win an acting Oscar after his death.
He won the award for his role in “Network”, in which he played TV news anchor Howard Bell, who goes crazy when he talks about the media.
– Ralph Richardson Nominated for Best Supporting Actor for Greystoke: The Legend of Tarzan, Lord of the Apes
Ralph Richardson died at the age of 80 in 1983 after suffering a series of strokes at the end of the year.
He was posthumously nominated for his role in Greystoke: The Legend of Tarzan, Lord of the Apes, in which he played the sixth Earl of Grace, whose memory and intelligence were separated from grief.
Richardson lost the Academy Award to Cambodian actor Hing S. Ngor, who won for The Killing Fields.
– Massimo Troisi nominated for Best Actor in 1996 for Il Postino
Massimo Truissi’s last film was Il Postino, who finished filming just 12 hours before his death.
In 1994, the actor had a heart attack. He was 41 years old.
Casting the role of a postman who uses his newly discovered love for poetry to woo a woman, Massimo Truissi actually received two Academy Award nominations after his death, one for Best Actor and the other for a modified script, which he shared with four others.
Troissi lost the Oscar to Nicolas Cage, who won for Leaving Las Vegas, and lost the revised screenplay award to Emma Thompson, who won for Sense and Sensibility.
Heath Ledger wins Best Supporting Actor in 2009 for his role as The Joker in The Dark Knight
Ledger died in early 2008 from an accidental overdose of prescribed drugs. He was 28 years old.
With this win, Heath Ledger became only the second actor to win an Oscar after his death, and the first to win in the supporting actor category.
Ledger plays the Joker, the famous Gotham City villain, in the second installment of Christopher Nolan’s trilogy in the Batman series.
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