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Did Judy Garland win best actress for The Wizard of Oz?

Did Judy Garland win best actress for The Wizard of Oz?

In 1940, when she was 17 years old, she was given an Academy Juvenile Award, largely for her contributions to The Wizard of Oz. Perhaps most ironically, the film contains a scene where Garland’s Vicki Lester wins an Oscar — even though the actress herself would never receive one.

Is Judy Garland an Egot?

The only EGOT-level award that Garland won was the Grammy. She won two Grammys (album of the year and best solo vocal performance, female) for her landmark 1961 album Judy at Carnegie Hall.

Who won the Oscar instead of Judy Garland?

Renée Zellweger
Renée Zellweger accepts the Oscar for best actress for the film “Judy.” Though she has been reluctant herself to call it a comeback, Renée Zellweger capped off her return to the awards scene by winning the Oscar for lead actress for her role in “Judy.”

What kind of awards did Judy Garland Get?

Garland has also received a number of posthumous awards and honors. She was the recipient of a Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award, and several of her recordings have been inducted into the Grammy Hall of Fame. She has twice been honored on United States postage stamps, and has two stars on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.

When was Judy Garland inducted into the Music Hall of Fame?

Sigma Chi at the Ohio State University initiated Garland as a Sweetheart of Sigma Chi in 1938. A new breed of rose was introduced in 1977, dedicated to Garland. The Judy Garland Rose has yellow petals with bright red tips. Garland was inducted into the Minnesota Music Hall of Fame located in New Ulm, Minnesota in 1991.

How old was Judy Garland when she died?

Judy Garland (born Frances Ethel Gumm in Grand Rapids, Minnesota, June 10, 1922, died June 22, 1969) is an iconic actress and singer.

When did Judy Garland sing over the Rainbow?

Garland’s rendition of “Over the Rainbow” was also honored as number one in the 2001 Songs of the Century project, by the Recording Industry Association of America and the National Endowment for the Arts.