Most memorable moments from award show speeches
Most actors use their time to thank agents, family, managers, and mentors when they finally make it onto the stage for a big award. But some stars really know how to make an impact with those 30-something seconds.
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Known for being rather loquacious in many of his most popular roles, Joe Pesci went against type in 1991 when he won the Best Supporting Actor Oscar for "Goodfellas." His speech was all of six words: "It was my privilege. Thank you."
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