British Oscar Winner Actors.

Can you name both the Best Actor and Best Supporting Actor Academy Award winners since 1929?
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Last updated: September 29, 2015
First submittedJuly 6, 2015
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***Not***Note: The year is the year of the CEREMONY. NOT the year the film was released.
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Year
Movie
Category
Answer
1930
Disraeli
Best Actor
George Arliss
1934
The Private Life of Henry VIII
Best Actor
Charles Laughton
1936
The Informer
Best Actor
Victor McLaglen
1940
Robert Donat
Best Actor
Robert Donat
1948
A Double Life
Best Actor
Ronald Colman
1949
Hamlet
Best Actor
Sir Laurence Olivier
1950
All About Eve
Best Supporting Actor
George Sanders
1958
The Bridge on the River Kwai
Best Actor
Sir Alec Guinness
1959
Separate Tables
Best Actor
David Niven
1961
Spartacus
Best Supporting Actor
Sir Peter Ustinov
1965
My Fair Lady
Best Actor
Sir Rex Harrison
1965
Topkapi
Best Supporting Actor
Sir Peter Ustinov
1967
A Man for All Seasons
Best Actor
Paul Scofield
1971
Ryan's Daughter
Best Supporting Actor
John Mills
Year
Movie
Category
Answer
1982
Arthur
Best Supporting Actor
Sir John Gielgud
1983
Gandhi
Best Actor
Sir Ben Kingsley
1987
Hannah and Her Sisters
Best Supporting Actor
Sir Michael Caine
1990
My Left Foot
Best Actor
Daniel Day-Lewis
1991
Reversal of Fortune
Best Actor
Jeremy Irons
1992
The Silence of the Lambs
Best Actor
Sir Anthony Hopkins
2000
The Cider House Rules
Best Supporting Actor
Sir Michael Caine
2002
Iris
Best Supporting Actor
Jim Broadbent
2008
There Will Be Blood
Best Actor
Daniel Day-Lewis
2011
The King's Speech
Best Actor
Colin Firth
2011
The Fighter
Best Supporting Actor
Christian Bale
2013
Lincoln
Best Actor
Daniel Day-Lewis
2015
The Theory of Everything
Best Acor
Eddie Redmayne
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Level 80
Jul 6, 2015
"Gandhi", not "Ghandi". "Separate", not "seperate".
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Level 19
Sep 29, 2015
Thank you for your feedback! I have corrected the spelling errors.
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Level 74
Jul 6, 2015
Enjoyable quiz - didn't know any of the early ones. You've missed at least 3 "Sirs", though - Sir Rex Harrison, Sir Peter Ustinov and Sir John Gielgud,
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Level 19
Sep 29, 2015
Thank you for the feedback! I am glad you enjoyed the quiz. If you have any suggestions of other quizes you might like to see, please don't hesitate in letting me know! I have corrected the errors regarding the knighted gentlemen. :)
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Level 68
Jul 6, 2015
Sir Anthony Hopkins? He's a Welshman, but that can be counted as British?
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Level 19
Sep 29, 2015
You are absolutely correct, my apologies! He has been included now. Thank you for your feedback! :)
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Level 81
Mar 10, 2018
You have Robert Donat in the hint as well as the answer.
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Level 62
Jan 18, 2020
Still not fixed.
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Level 68
Jun 18, 2019
You left out Peter Finch (Best Actor, 1976), who was born in London.
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Level 42
May 4, 2020
Robert Donat is not a film