Oscars 2012

Oscars Biggest Snubs of All Time

From Julianne Moore to Kenneth Branagh, look back at the Hollywood greats who've been overlooked by the Academy


6 nominations, 0 wins
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She may be one of the world's most acclaimed thespians, but Glenn Close may question whether she gets any respect from the Academy. Close received her first Oscar nomination in 1983 for The World According to Garp, and her latest this year for Albert Nobbs. The fact that she hasn't won a single Oscar in those 29 years hasn't gone unnoticed – especially by the actress herself. "I've often been mistaken for Meryl Streep, although never on Oscar night," she once joked.