The 90th Annual Academy Awards will take place on March 4, and among the honored nominees this year is 22-year-old Timothée Chalamet. INSIDER has already explored every movie that won best picture since 1927, and now we're taking a closer look the historic nominees from the last century.
Keep reading to see the 31 youngest Academy Award nominees of all time.
Timothée Chalamet ("Call Me By Your Name") — 22 years old
Chalamet stars as the 17-year-old Elio in last year's breakout indie film "Call Me By Your Name." Though Chalamet was 22 by the time he was nominated for the role, the rising star was 19 when the movie was filmed. "Call Me By Your Name" is also nominated for best adapted screenplay, best picture, and best original song.
If he takes home the Oscar this year, Chalamet will be the third-youngest person to ever win best actor.
Saoirse Ronan ("Brooklyn") — 21 years old
"Brooklyn" was nominated for best actress, best adapted screenplay, and best picture at the 88th Academy Awards. The movie didn't win in any of its categories, and Saoirse Ronan lost best actress to Brie Larson for her performance in "Room."
This was Ronan's second Oscar nomination. The now-23-year-old actress is up for her third nomination this year for 2017's "Lady Bird."
Marlee Matlin ("Children of a Lesser God") — 21 years old
"Children of a Lesser God" was nominated for five awards at the 59th Academy Awards, including best picture, best actress, best actor, best supporting actress, and best adapted screenplay. Matlin was the only winner from the film.
Matlin has held the record as youngest best actress winner for 31 years, and she is (to date) the only deaf recipient of an Academy Award — in any category.
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