Samuel L. Jackson is Oscars sorest loser

December 3rd, 2007 - 3:43 pm ICT by admin  

Washington, Dec 3 (ANI): Actor Samuel L. Jackson has topped a new online poll of Oscars’ Sore Losers from the last 17 years.

Jackson, who was clearly heard saying the word s**t when he missed on a Best Supporting Actor Award for the film Pulp Fiction in 1994, has earned the top spot on GoldDerby.com’s new list, reports Conatcmusic.

The Snakes in the Plane star was followed by Bill Murray, who came second after missing the Best Actor Award to Mystic Rivers Sean Penn in the year 2003.

Murray’s disappointment was so evident on his face that show host Billy Crystal asked him not to leave the event

Denzel Washington bagged the third place for loosing an Oscar when Kevin Spacey won the Best Actor Award for American Beauty in 1999.

Geoffrey Rush stood fourth for loosing the Best Actor honour, when Gladiator star Russell Crowe took home the Academy Award.

The top four of the Oscars’ Sore Losers list from the last 17 years is:

Samuel L. Jackson

Bill Murray

Denzel Washington

Geoffrey Rush

(ANI)

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