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Christopher Plummer “The Last Station” – 2010 Best Supporting Actor Academy Awards (Video)

March 7, 2010 /  by  
 

The Academy Awards are a curious event, an actor like Christopher Plummer, with an illustrious career can go almost his entire career without receiving a nomination. The 80 year old actor is receiving his first Oscar nomination for his role as Leo Tolstoy in The Last Station.  Plummer plays the famed author and philosopher in his last year of life, detailing his working relationships and his troubled marriage.

Selected Filmography:

  • The Last Station (2009) – Leo Tolstoy
  • 9 (2009) – 1
  • Up (2009) – Charles Muntz
  • The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus (2009) – Doctor Parnassus
  • Inside Man (2006) – Arthur Case
  • The New World (2005) – Captain Newport
  • Syriana (2005) – Dean Whiting
  • Alexander (2004) – Aristotle
  • National Treasure (2004) – John Adams Gates
  • A Beautiful Mind (2001) – Dr. Rosen
  • Twelve Monkeys (1995) – Dr. Goines
  • Malcolm X  (1992) – Chaplain Gill

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