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Apr 8, 2021

[Answer] Which actress was the first to receive multiple Academy Award nominations for playing the same character?

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...1. Cate Blanchett 2. Meryl Streep 3. Judy Garland 4. Bette Davis




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Cate Blanchett - Cate Blanchett wowed judges at the Academy Awards with her portrayal of Queen Elizabeth I in “Elizabeth” (1998). Although Blanchett didn’t nab the Oscar for her role, she still received high praise throughout the evening. The film received six additional Academy Award nominations, including Best Picture. It was no surprise when Blanchett was nominated again for “Elizabeth: The Golden Age” (2007), which won for Best Costume Design. Although Blanchett didn’t take home an Oscar for either of her Elizabethan roles, she has been nominated seven times in total and received awards for Best Supporting Actress in “The Aviator” (2004) and Best Actress in “Blue Jasmine” (2013).:


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