The happy winner

Anne Hathaway got her first Oscar at the Academy Awards, 2013. She won in the category "The best supporting actress"

Anne Hathaway

Anne Hathaway holds her first Oscar in hand
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Anne Hathaway won at the Oscars in 2013 in Los Angeles the Academy Award for best supporting actress for her role in the film "Les Misérables", She could (against her competitors Sally Field"Lincoln"(), Helen Hunt"The Sessions"(), Amy Adams"The Master") And Jacki Weaver ("Silver Linings") push through. was handing over the price of Christopher Plummer, the last year the prize for best supporting actor for his film "Beginners" got. She thanked tearfully it.

First Oscar for Anne Hathaway

Anne Hathaway is the first Oscar. In 2009, she was indeed for her role in the film "Rachel Getting Married" been nominated, but came away empty. 2013 they convinced the jury with her role as Fantine in the musical film adaptation "Les Misérables" and was pleased about the award for Best Supporting Actress, 2013. By the way: In 2011, Anne Hathaway hosted with James Franco the 81st Academy Awards and took it as the youngest Oscar presenter in history.

Anne Hathaway "Les Misérables"

The role of Fantine in "Les Misérables" be allowed to play, Anne Hathaway first had to pass her colleagues Amy Adams, Jessica Biel, Marion Cotillard, Kate Winslet and Scarlett Johansson. Hardly a role was as coveted as those of Fantine in the past year. Audition Anne Hathaway exceeded expectations and the performance of the competition so that all those present burst into tears. To portray her role convincingly, Anne Hathaway had to have their hair cut, take off more than twelve kilos and, like the other actors of the film, all the pieces of the musical during the shoot sing live.

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