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Most Popular Oscar Winners of All Time

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40. Reese Witherspoon
> Acting credits: 61
> Wikipedia views (2 yr.): 8,188,947
> Oscars won: 1

Best Actress in a Leading Role for “Walk the Line” (2006)

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39. Anthony Hopkins
> Acting credits: 138
> Wikipedia views (2 yr.): 4,245,475
> Oscars won: 1

Best Actor in a Leading Role for “The Silence of the Lambs” (1992)

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38. Jennifer Connelly
> Acting credits: 52
> Wikipedia views (2 yr.): 6,079,658
> Oscars won: 1

Best Actress in a Supporting Role for “A Beautiful Mind” (2002)

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37. Cher
> Acting credits: 65
> Wikipedia views (2 yr.): 10,839,991
> Oscars won: 1

Best Actress in a Leading Role for “Moonstruck” (1988)

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36. Michael Douglas
> Acting credits: 64
> Wikipedia views (2 yr.): 7,776,478
> Oscars won: 2

Best Picture for “One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest” (1976)

Best Actor in a Leading Role for “Wall Street” (1988)

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