6 Most Notable Oscar
Winners Throughout History On Feb.
9, the 92nd annual Academy Awards will be
hosted at the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles, California.
Before the star-studded night, here are six
notable winners in the award show's history.
’Ben-Hur’ (1959), ‘Titanic’ (1997) and ‘The Lord of the
Rings: The Return of the King’ (2003) are all tied for
the most trophies won during a single award season.
All three movies won 11 Oscar
trophies in various categories during
their respective Academy Award years.
Walt Disney holds the
record for most Oscar wins,
having won 26 of the 59
nominations he received.
Katharine Hepburn holds the
title for the most Oscars awarded for
acting, with four Academy Awards.
89-year-old screenwriter James Ivory, who won an Oscar
in 2018 for ‘Call Me by Your Name,’ is the oldest ever recipient.
Tatum O’Neal is the youngest ever recipient,
having earned an Oscar in 1974 at just 10 years old.
John Ford holds the record for most
best director Oscar wins, with four awards.