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Quiz: Who won Oscars for both lead and supporting roles?

September 18, 2010 |  9:37 am

Eleven actors have won Academy Awards in the lead and supporting slots. Below: six of them. Can you name the other five? (Hint: Their last names follow the letter "L" in the alphabet.) To see the answer, click on the "Continue Reading" link below.

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INGRID BERGMAN: Lead ("Gaslight," 1944; "Anastasia," 1956), Supporting ("Murder on the Orient Express," 1974)
ROBERT DE NIRO: Lead ("Raging Bull," 1980), Supporting ("The Godfather, Part II," 1974)
GENE HACKMAN: Lead ("The French Connection," 1971), Supporting ("Unforgiven," 1992)
HELEN HAYES: Lead ("The Sin of Madelon Claudet," 1931), Supporting ("Airport," 1970)  JESSICA LANGE: Lead ("Blue Sky," 1994), Supporting ("Tootsie," 1982)
JACK LEMMON: Lead ("Save the Tiger," 1973), Supporting ("Mister Roberts," 1955)

JACK NICHOLSON: Lead ("One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest," 1975; "As Good as It Gets," 1997), Supporting ("Terms of Endearment," 1983)
MAGGIE SMITH: Lead ("The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie," 1969), Supporting ("California Suite," 1978)
KEVIN SPACEY: Lead ("American Beauty," 1999), Supporting ("The Usual Suspects," 1995)
MERYL STREEP: Lead ("Sophie's Choice," 1982), Supporting ("Kramer vs. Kramer," 1979)
DENZEL WASHINGTON: Lead ("Training Day," 2001), Supporting ("Glory," 1989)

Photos: Robert De Niro in "Raging Bull" (United Artists) and "Godfather, Part II" (Paramount)

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