Olivia-Mary-de-Havilland

Olivia Mary de Havilland (born 1 July 1916) is a British American film and stage actress. She won the Academy Award for Best Actress in 1946 and 1949. She is the elder sister of actress Joan Fontaine. The sisters are among the last surviving leading ladies from Hollywood of the 1930s.

She’s one of actress your time alive. Now she’s going to do 96 years. 

And she’s continuos a pretty old woman.

Earliest Chronological Oscar Winners Still Alive (by category)

Best Picture (Producer): Walter Mirisch (b. 1921) - In The Heat Of The Night (1967)

Best Director: William Friedkin (b. 1935) - The French Connection (1971)

Best Actor: Sidney Poitier (b. 1927) - Lilies Of The Field (1963)

Best Actress: Olivia De Havilland (b. 1916) - To Each His Own (1946) and The Heiress (1949)

Best Supporting Actor: George Chakiris (b. 1934) - West Side Story (1961)

Best Supporting Actress: Eva Marie Saint (b. 1924) - On The Waterfront (1954)

Best Cinematography: Walter Lassally (b. 1926) - Zorba The Greek (1964)

Best Editing: Elmo Williams (b. 1913) - High Noon (1952) (on right)

Best Adapted Screenplay: Francis Ford Coppola (b. 1939) - The Godfather (1972)

Best Original Screenplay: D.M. Marshman Jr. (b. 1922) - Sunset Blvd. (1950)

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Best Foreign Film (Director): Serge Bourguignon (b. 1928) - Sundays And Cybele (1962)

Best Costume Designer: Julie Harris (b. 1921) - Darling (1965)

Best Musical Score: Andre Previn (b. 1929) - Gigi (1958)

Best Song: Richard M. Sherman (b. 1928) - “Chim Chim Cher-ee” Mary Poppins (1964)

Best Short Film (Live Action): Pierre Etaix (b. 1928) and Jean-Claude Carriere (b. 1931) - Happy Anniversary (1962)

Best Art Direction/Production Design: Gene Allen (b. 1918) - My Fair Lady (1964)

Best Short Film (Animated): Jules Feiffer (b. 1929) - Munro (1960)

Best Sound Mixing: Chris Newman (b. 1940) - The Exorcist (1973)

Best Sound Editing: Norman Wanstall (b. 1935) - Goldfinger (1964)

Best Documentary (Short): Mark Harris (b. 1941) - Redwoods (1967)

Best Documentary (Feature): Arthur Cohn (b. 1927) - Sky Above and Mud Beneath (1961)

Best Visual Effects: Richard Edlund (b. 1940), John Dykstra (b. 1947) and Robert Blalack (b. 1948) - Star Wars (1977)

Best Makeup: Rick Baker (b. 1950) - An American Werewolf In Paris (1981)

Best Animated Feature: Aron Warner (b. ????) - Shrek (2001)