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She is also the third actor to win an Academy Award for playing a character previously played by someone else (in this case, Creator/RitaMoreno in ''Film/WestSideStory1961'') who had also won an Academy Award for playing that role.[[note]]The first two pairs of actors to achieve this honor are Creator/MarlonBrando and Creator/RobertDeNiro, who played Vito Corleone in ''Film/TheGodfather'' and ''Film/TheGodfatherPartII'' respectively; and Creator/HeathLedger and Creator/JoaquinPhoenix, who played ComicBook/TheJoker in ''Film/TheDarkKnight'' and ''Film/{{Joker|2019}}'', respectively.[[/note]]

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She is also the third actor to win an Academy Award for playing a character previously played by someone else (in this case, Creator/RitaMoreno in ''Film/WestSideStory1961'') who had also won an Academy Award for playing that role.role, and the first female actor to do so.[[note]]The first two pairs of actors to achieve this honor are Creator/MarlonBrando and Creator/RobertDeNiro, who played Vito Corleone in ''Film/TheGodfather'' and ''Film/TheGodfatherPartII'' respectively; and Creator/HeathLedger and Creator/JoaquinPhoenix, who played ComicBook/TheJoker in ''Film/TheDarkKnight'' and ''Film/{{Joker|2019}}'', respectively.[[/note]]


She is also the third actor to win an Academy Award for playing a character previously played by someone else (in this case, Creator/RitaMoreno in ''Film/WestSideStory1961'') who had also won an Academy Award for playing that role.[[note]]The first two pairs of actors to achieve this honor are Creator/MarlonBrando and Creator/RobertDeNiro, who played Vito Corleone in ''Film/TheGodfather'' and ''Film/TheGodfatherPartII'' respectively; and Creator/HeathLedger and Creator/JoaquinPhoenix, who played ComicBook/TheJoker in ''Film/TheDarkKnight'' and ''Film/{{Joker|2019}}, respectively.[[/note]]

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She is also the third actor to win an Academy Award for playing a character previously played by someone else (in this case, Creator/RitaMoreno in ''Film/WestSideStory1961'') who had also won an Academy Award for playing that role.[[note]]The first two pairs of actors to achieve this honor are Creator/MarlonBrando and Creator/RobertDeNiro, who played Vito Corleone in ''Film/TheGodfather'' and ''Film/TheGodfatherPartII'' respectively; and Creator/HeathLedger and Creator/JoaquinPhoenix, who played ComicBook/TheJoker in ''Film/TheDarkKnight'' and ''Film/{{Joker|2019}}, ''Film/{{Joker|2019}}'', respectively.[[/note]]


[=DeBose=] started her career on the stage, accruing ensemble credits as part of the Broadway ensembles of ''Theatre/BringItOn'', ''Motown: The Musical'' and ''Theatre/{{Hamilton}}''. She's lent this theater background to [[TheFilmOfThePlay film adaptations of stage musicals]] such as ''Film/TheProm'' and ''Film/{{West Side Story|2021}}''.

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[=DeBose=] started her career on the stage, accruing ensemble credits as part of the Broadway ensembles of ''Theatre/BringItOn'', ''Motown: The Musical'' and ''Theatre/{{Hamilton}}''. She's lent this theater background to [[TheFilmOfThePlay film adaptations of stage musicals]] such as ''Film/TheProm'' and ''Film/{{West Side Story|2021}}''.
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She is also the third actor to win an Academy Award for playing a character previously played by someone else (in this case, Creator/RitaMoreno in ''Film/{{West Side Story|1961}}'') who had also won an Academy Award for playing that role.[[note]]The first two pairs of actors to achieve this honor are Creator/MarlonBrando and Creator/RobertDeNiro, who played Vito Corleone in ''Film/TheGodfather'' and ''Film/TheGodfatherPartII'' respectively; and Creator/HeathLedger and Creator/JoaquinPhoenix, who played ComicBook/TheJoker in ''Film/TheDarkKnight'' and ''Film/{{Joker|2019}}, respectively.[[/note]]

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She is also the third actor to win an Academy Award for playing a character previously played by someone else (in this case, Creator/RitaMoreno in ''Film/{{West Side Story|1961}}'') ''Film/WestSideStory1961'') who had also won an Academy Award for playing that role.[[note]]The first two pairs of actors to achieve this honor are Creator/MarlonBrando and Creator/RobertDeNiro, who played Vito Corleone in ''Film/TheGodfather'' and ''Film/TheGodfatherPartII'' respectively; and Creator/HeathLedger and Creator/JoaquinPhoenix, who played ComicBook/TheJoker in ''Film/TheDarkKnight'' and ''Film/{{Joker|2019}}, respectively.[[/note]]


[=DeBose=] started her career on the stage, accruing ensemble credits as part of the Broadway ensembles of ''Theatre/BringItOn'', ''Theatre/MotownTheMusical'' and ''Theatre/{{Hamilton}}''. She's lent this theater background to [[TheFilmOfThePlay film adaptations of stage musicals]] and other musical works.

She won the UsefulNotes/AcademyAwardForBestActressInASupportingRole for her performance as Anita in ''Film/{{West Side Story|2021}}'', becoming the first openly LGBTQ actor to win an Academy Award.[[note]]Other LGBTQ actors had won Oscars before her, but their sexual orientation was not widely known at the time.[[/note]]

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[=DeBose=] started her career on the stage, accruing ensemble credits as part of the Broadway ensembles of ''Theatre/BringItOn'', ''Theatre/MotownTheMusical'' ''Motown: The Musical'' and ''Theatre/{{Hamilton}}''. She's lent this theater background to [[TheFilmOfThePlay film adaptations of stage musicals]] such as ''Film/TheProm'' and other musical works.

''Film/{{West Side Story|2021}}''.

She won the UsefulNotes/AcademyAwardForBestActressInASupportingRole for her performance as Anita in ''Film/{{West ''West Side Story|2021}}'', Story'', becoming the first openly LGBTQ actor to win an Academy Award.[[note]]Other LGBTQ actors had won Oscars before her, but their sexual orientation was not widely known at the time.[[/note]]
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She is also the third actor to win an Academy Award for playing a character previously played by someone else (in this case, Creator/RitaMoreno in ''Film/{{West Side Story|1961}}'') who had also won an Academy Award for playing that role.[[note]]The first two pairs of actors to achieve this honor are Creator/MarlonBrando and Creator/RobertDeNiro, who played Vito Corleone in ''Film/TheGodfather'' and ''Film/TheGodfatherPartII'' respectively; and Creator/HeathLedger and Creator/JoaquinPhoenix, who played ComicBook/TheJoker in ''Film/TheDarkKnight'' and ''Film/{{Joker|2019}}, respectively.[[/note]]


She won an Academy Award for her performance in ''Film/{{West Side Story|2021}}'', becoming the first openly LGBTQ performer to do so.[[note]]Other LGBTQ actors had won Oscars before her, but their sexual orientation was not widely known at the time.[[/note]]

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She won an Academy Award the UsefulNotes/AcademyAwardForBestActressInASupportingRole for her performance as Anita in ''Film/{{West Side Story|2021}}'', becoming the first openly LGBTQ performer actor to do so.win an Academy Award.[[note]]Other LGBTQ actors had won Oscars before her, but their sexual orientation was not widely known at the time.[[/note]]

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She won an Academy Award for her performance in ''Film/{{West Side Story|2021}}'', becoming the first openly LGBTQ performer to do so.[[note]]Other LGBTQ actors had won Oscars before her, but their sexual orientation was not widely known at the time.[[/note]]


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Ariana [=DeBose=] (born 1991) is an American actress, singer, and dancer.

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Ariana [=DeBose=] (born January 25, 1991) is an American actress, singer, and dancer.



* ''Theatre/{{Hamilton}}'' (2015): Ensemble/"The Bullet", also in the filmed version released in 2020

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* ''Theatre/{{Hamilton}}'' (2015): Ensemble/"The Bullet", also in the filmed version released in 20202020 on Creator/DisneyPlus


* ''Film/{{West Side Story|2021}}'': Anita

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Ariana DeBose (born 1991) is an American actress, singer, and dancer.

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Ariana DeBose [=DeBose=] (born 1991) is an American actress, singer, and dancer.

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