Academy Awards: Actors with most Oscar nominations but least wins

Arthur Kennedy

Nominations: 5

  • Actor in a Supporting Role – 1950 – “Champion”
  • Actor – 1952 – “Bright Victory”
  • Actor in a Supporting Role – 1956 – “Trial”
  • Actor in a Supporting Role – 1958 – “Peyton Place”
  • Actor in a Supporting Role – 1959 – “Some Came Running”

Originally discovered by James Cagney, Arthur Kennedy went on to perform in over 60 films throughout his illustrious career, including “Lawrence of Arabia,” “Elmer Gantry” and “The Man From Laramie.” Though he won a Tony Award for his work on the stage in “Death of a Salesman,” he never won an Oscar. He died on Jan. 5, 1990.

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