Andrew Garfield Nominated For The Best Actor In The Oscars

Andrew Garfield in Tock Tick Boom

Andrew Garfield’s performance in Spider-Man: No Way Home moved many people, it is his performance in Tick, Tick… Boom! that stands out. This has gotten people’s attention.

Andrew Garfield isn’t using social media to convey his thoughts or express gratitude to his followers. But that’s fine since his supporters have enough love to spread.

Over the first 93 years of the Academy Awards, several musical performances have been acknowledged, including 25 in the Best Actor category.

Andrew Garfield (“Hacksaw Ridge,” 2017) is set to join the club this year by winning a nomination for “Tick, Tick… BOOM!” Garfield plays protagonist Jonathan Larson in this film version of the Off-Broadway musical, who is always concerned that he is running out of time to make his masterpiece.

Garfield is currently ranked third in the Best Actor race, according to our odds. Will Smith (“King Richard”) is in first place, followed by Benedict Cumberbatch (“The Power of the Dog”) in second. Denzel Washington (“Macbeth: A Tragedy”) and Peter Dinklage (“Cyrano”) round out our anticipated five.

Check out our gallery to see which 25 musical lead male performances were nominated by the academy and which five of them were awarded. We’ve only included actors who sung many songs in their respective films using their own voices for the sake of this list.

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It’s difficult to argue with Garfield’s supporters that he deserves at least a nomination. His portrayal of composer Jonathan Larson in Rent displayed his versatility as a vocalist and musician. He spent almost a year working with numerous vocal tutors and even learned to play the piano for the part, according to Cinema Blend.

Will Smith’s performance in King Richard, Benedict Cumberbatch’s role in The Power of the Dog, Denzel Washington’s role in The Tragedy of Macbeth, and Javier Bardem’s role in Being the Ricardos are among the other predictions.

Andre Garfield in Spiderman No way home
Andrew Garfield in Spider-Man: No Way Home

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