It’s not a great question.
It’s also not really fair to ask actors to explain why they won an Oscar.
And, at least in my view, it’s an entirely unnecessary one.
The answer is really, really simple: they all have good reasons to win an Oscar, and I don’t know any actor who doesn’t.
For starters, there are only two redheads in the entire history of Academy Awards, and they’re both in their 40s.
There are only three male actors of color (and two female) on that list.
And while the awards are often presented as a competition between white and nonwhite actors, there’s actually a ton of diversity among the best-known actors in film history.
As an actress, I’m grateful to have the chance to do work that reflects the range of people who come before me.
But it’s also important to note that the awards aren’t really about “who’s better” or “who has more of a heart.”
They’re more about “whom can I be more respectful of in this moment in time.”
The Academy Awards are not only about who has more money and influence, but also who has the most talented and most deserving nominees.
The winners of the Oscar are often the ones who have the most impact.
When I won an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress in 1981, I was a rookie actor and barely made it onto a movie-going schedule.
But thanks to my supporting performances and some smart writing, I made the leap to Hollywood.
I won Best Supporting Actor in 1984, for my role as a love interest in “A Hard Day’s Night.”
That year, I earned $6,000 for playing a character in the film who was gay and a drug addict.
I also won Best Actress in 1985 for my portrayal of a young woman who was sexually abused by her father.
My career in film, TV and stage has been incredibly successful and it’s always been a privilege to play such a powerful role.
And I never, ever think about how I would have been able to achieve what I have achieved if it hadn’t been for the support of my family and friends.
So, yeah, the Oscar is supposed to be about the “who,” not the “what.”
But it does not always play that way.
If you want to see how the Academy Awards have changed over the years, check out the slideshow below.