Watch 1 Man Imitate 75 Best Supporting Actress Oscar Winners in 5 Minutes

It took a little while to get out, but this young man's lightning-round riff on all 75 Best Supporting Actress Oscar-winners is the textbook definition of better late than never. Guess who: "I'm only in this movie for four minutes and you gave me an Oscar!"

And his Cloris Leachman is pretty dead-on, actually.

[via The Lost Boy]


  • Dhppy says:

    Okay, the Dorothy Malone dance had me on floor.

  • dukeroberts says:

    His Josephine Hull was magical.

  • dukeroberts says:

    His Ruth Gordon was pretty darn good too.

  • Jane Austen says:

    Can he please do that for all four categories? Please?

  • Hell'S YEAH! says:

    Am I the only person who feels like I have now seen the real-life incarnation of Family Guy's Stewie?

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