One more edition of Oscar awards has arrived.
On the night of this Sunday, March 12, The Dolby Theater in Los Angeles, California will host the 95th Academy Awards, the highest recognition in the seventh art industry.
The ceremony kicks off sharp at 8:00 pm ET, with a red carpet taking place two hours prior to the gala. The event will run under driving comedian Jimmy Kimmel and will have the participation of Andrew Garfield, Emily Blunt, Ariana DeBose, Samuel L. Jackson, Dwayne Johnson, Melissa McCarthy and Zoe Saldana among the presenters.
The same way, the gala will count with the presence of the Grammy winner, Lenny Kravitz, who will be in charge of enliven with a live presentation the ‘In Memoriam’ of this year”.
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The Oscars ranking: How many Texans have won an Oscar Award?
More than 3,000 people have been awarded an Oscar Award since its first edition in 1929. According to a report made by wanderu, New York is the state of the American Union that has the most Performance Awards due to the place of birth of the winners.
Followed by New York, it’s found California with 32; but what about Texas? Well, according to the aforementioned report; Until 2019, the star state had a total of seven statuettes won per performance.
The amount amounted to eight Awards when, at the 2020 ceremony, Texan Renée Zellweger won the ‘Best Actress’ statuette thanks to her impeccable performance in ‘Judy‘; adding the second Oscar in his artistic career.
Oscar winners born in Texas
In addition to Renée Zellweger, the Texans who have won an Oscar are Joan Crawford for ‘Best Actress’ in Mildred Pierce (1945), Sissy Spacek for ‘Best Actress’ in Coal Miner’s Daughter (1980), Tommy Lee Jones for ‘Best Supporting Actor’ in The Fugitive (1993), Jamie Foxx for ‘Best Actor’ in ray (2004), Forest Whitaker for ‘Best Actor’ in The Last King of Scotland (2006), Matthew McConaughey for ‘Best Actor’ in Dallas Buyers Club (2013).
As for Zellweger, This one took her first Oscar award in 2004 under the category of ‘Best Supporting Actress’, thanks to Cold Mountain.
Texas is in the eighth position in the ranking of the states of the American Union with the most Oscar Awards.