Oscar Quiz: Same Role Played By Various Nominees

Playing the screen role of King Henry VIII has offered plenty of opportunities for various actors of different generations.

Charles Laughton won the 1933 Best Actor Oscar for playing him in The Private Life of Henry VIII.

Robert Shaw was nominated for Best Supporting Actor for playing the king in A Man for All Seasons, in 1966.

Richard Burton earned the Best Actor nod for playing the same king in Anne of the Thousand Days, in 1969.