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Here's Where All 32 Of MTV's Breakthrough Performance Winners Are Now

The MTV Movie Awards has a pretty good track record of honoring future mega-stars.

This year, six actors will go head to head for the title of Best Breakthrough Performance at the 2016 MTV Movie Awards -- and only one will walk away with the coveted golden popcorn. It's kinda a big deal because the winners of this award typically go on to do amazing things.

Amy Schumer (Trainwreck), Brie Larson (Room), Daisy Ridley (Star Wars: The Force Awakens), Dakota Johnson (Fifty Shades of Grey), John Boyega (Star Wars: The Force Awakens), and O'Shea Jackson Jr. (Straight Outta Compton) are all in the running for this year's Best Breakthrough Performance award. While we're pretty sure all six of these incredible actors are going to have lasting careers in Hollywood -- hey there, Oscar winner Brie Larson! -- there can be only one winner. And the MTV Movie Awards has a pretty good track record of honoring future mega-stars.

From George Clooney, to Matthew McConaughey, to Shailene Woodley, the past winners of the Breakthrough Performance award are doing pretty well for themselves. So we've decided to round up all 32 of them to find out what they're doing now:

  1. Edward Furlong

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    A former child star, Furlong took home the very first MTV Movie Award for Breakthrough Performance in 1992 for his kickass role as John Connor in Terminator 2: Judgment Day. Although his career waned in the early '00s, Furlong landed a small, yet memorable, role in Seth Rogen's 2011 flick, The Green Hornet.

  2. Marisa Tomei

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    Tomei won the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress -- and the MTV Movie Award! -- for her stellar performance in My Cousin Vinny. And it undoubtedly kickstarted her career. Since taking home the golden popcorn in 1993, Tomei has appeared in many commercially successful and critically acclaimed films, but it was 2008's The Wrestler that tore our hearts to pieces and earned the actress her third Academy Award nomination. Oh, and Lady Gaga has gone on record to state that she would want Tomei to portray her in a film, so obviously, we have to make that happen.

  3. Alicia Silverstone

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    Before she slipped on Cher Horowitz's Calvin Klein minidress, Silverstone made her film debut in The Crush, earning the 1994 MTV Movie Award for Best Breakthrough Performance. But it wasn't until she starred in the 1995 sleeper hit Clueless that Alicia Silverstone became a teen idol. The actress then landed starring roles in 1997's Batman & Robin, in which she played Batgirl, Excess Baggage, and Blast From The Past. Silverstone has worked steadily since her career boom in the '90s, and most recently, the vegan mom published her first book, The Kind Diet.

  4. Kirsten Dunst

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    Clearly, we knew Dunst was going to be a big star when we crowned her the Breakthrough Performance in 1995 for her work in Interview With a Vampire. Even at the age of 12, Dunst was able to outshine her super famous costars Brad Pitt and Tom Cruise. She then transitioned into full-on teen superstardom, starring in some of the most iconic films of the late 90s/early 00s: Drop Dead Gorgeous, Bring It On, Get Over It, and Crazy/Beautiful. In 2011, she won the Best Actress Award at the Cannes Film Festival and the Saturn Award for Best Actress for her chilling performance in Lars von Trier's epic Melancholia, but it was her small screen debut in the second season of FX's critically acclaimed Fargo that re-established Dunst as one of the most talented actors in the game.

  5. George Clooney

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    Oh, this guy? Yeah, he's pretty much done NOTHING since taking home his MTV Movie Award in 1996 for his starring role in the horror comedy-crime thriller From Dusk till Dawn. You know, except for star in one of the greatest TV dramas ever, NBC's E.R. Nope. Nothing at all. It's not like he's won three Golden Globe Awards and two Academy Awards or anything. As if he'd even be considered for People's Sexiest Man Alive. The press could honestly care less about this guy and his super intelligent, badass wife, Amal Clooney.

  6. Matthew McConaughey

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    Alright alright alright. McConaughey took home his MTV Movie Award for his performance in the 1996 thriller A Time to Kill. But in the '00s, the swoon-worthy actor became best known for starring in romantic comedies, including The Wedding Planner, How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days, Failure to Launch, and Fool's Gold. Since then, however, there's been a McConaissance in his career. He earned critical acclaim for his brilliant performance in HBO's crime anthology True Detective and his emotional performance in 2013's Dallas Buyers Club earned him the Academy Award for Best Actor.

  7. Heather Graham

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    Graham's most memorable performance will probably always be Boogie Nights -- for which she scored her first MTV Movie Award -- but the former sex symbol has had a lively career since her breakthrough in 1997. With roles in The Hangover, Horns, and the highly entertaining TV movie Flowers in the Attic, Graham has kept herself busy.

  8. James Van Der Beek

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    The man formerly known as Dawson Leery had a breakthrough performance in the football drama Varsity Blues, but the actor has since found more success on TV. After playing (whiny) teenager and aspiring filmmaker Dawson on the hit WB series Dawson's Creek for six seasons, the Beek returned to the stage. Since then, he's made guest appearances on How I Met Your Mother, Ugly Betty, and One Tree Hill. He booked a starring role in the ill-fated ABC sitcom Don't Trust the B---- in Apartment 23 alongside our future Jessica Jones, Krysten Ritter, but it was canceled after two seasons. When he's not busy playing gritty Power Rangers in bootleg films, Beek is totally fine with being forever remembered as an internet meme.

  9. Katie Holmes

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    When Holmes left the Creek in 2003, after six seasons as wholesome Joey Potter, she starred in Pieces of April, a dramedy about a dysfunctional family on Thanksgiving. But it was her high-profile relationship with Tom Cruise that made all of the headlines. The couple were married in 2006 and their daughter Suri was born later that year. Five years later, Holmes filed for divorce from Cruise. The actress has since returned to her first love: the stage. Though, she gets major props for her entertaining guest starring performance on the most recent season of Showtime's Ray Donovan.

  10. Haley Joel Osment

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    A former child star, Osment rose to fame for his performance as a young medium in M. Night Shyamalan's thriller, The Sixth Sense. He pretty much starred in every quintessential "cute kid" role in the early '00s before transitioning to more adult, although lesser-known, projects. He graduated from NYU in 2011 and most recently appeared in Amazon's original series Alpha House.

  11. Julia Stiles

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    The "It" girl of the '00s, Julia Stiles -- star of 10 Things I Hate About You, Down to You, and Save the Last Dance -- guest starred in the fifth season of Showtime's Dexter and had a supporting role in 2012's Academy Award-nominated drama Silver Linings Playbook.

  12. Sean Patrick Thomas

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    Thomas won the Breakthrough Performance award for his co-starring role in Save the Last Dance, in which he starred opposite Julia Stiles. He was then cast as Detective Temple Page in the CBS crime drama, The District, which was cancelled in 2004. Thomas most recently had a small part in FX's American Horror Story: Asylum.

  13. Erika Christensen

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    Christensen took home the MTV Movie Award in 2001 for her performance as a cocaine addict in the Oscar-nominated drama Traffic. She then co-starred on the beloved NBC series Parenthood as Julia Braverman-Graham. After Parenthood aired its final episode in 2015, it was announced Christensen had joined the ABC crime drama pilot L.A. Crime., which was later renamed Wicked City. The series was canceled after airing only three episodes.

  14. Orlando Bloom

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    He's played everything from a hot pirate in the Pirates of the Caribbean series to a sexy Elf in The Lord of the Rings trilogy, and the subsequent Hobbit trilogy, and now this British heartthrob is ready to break out of the epic, fantasy film genre... by returning to the Pirates franchise in Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales. Will Turner lives! When he's not bumbling around with Johnny Depp, the actor has been getting "very serious" with rumored girlfriend Katy Perry.

  15. Mandy Moore

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    The former singer-turned-actress made her film debut in 2002's A Walk to Remember, in which she played a terminally ill teenage girl, Jamie Sullivan, who falls in love with Shane West's rebellious Landon Carter. The film was a modest box office success, and it launched Moore's acting career. Moore voiced Rapunzel in the successful Disney animated film Tangled, and scored a recurring role on the short-lived Fox drama Red Band Society in 2014.

  16. Eminem

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    Nothing will ever top Eminem's semi-autobiographical role in the 2002 hip hop drama 8 Mile, but his cameo in the controversial 2014 film The Interview is a close second. Most recently, his eighth studio album, The Marshall Mathers LP 2, won two Grammy Awards, including Best Rap Album in 2014.

  17. Jennifer Garner

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    Garner is pretty much a superwoman. The former Alias star may have suffered a box office bomb with the 2005 film Elektra, but she has since landed back on her feet, starring in films like Juno, Butter, and Dallas Buyers Club. She married her Daredevil co-star Ben Affleck in 2005, and the couple have three children together -- and they're all freakin' adorable. One day after their 10-year wedding anniversary, Affleck and Garner announced they were divorcing. Since the high-profile split, Garner has kept herself busy with family friendly projects, and in March 2016, she gave one of the most fire interviews ever in Vanity Fair. When asked about her ex's heinous back tattoo of a rising phoenix, Garner replied, "You know what we would say in my hometown about that? 'Bless his heart.'" WE'RE SO HERE FOR THE GARNAISSANCE.

  18. Shawn Ashmore

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    Ashmore, our former Animorphs boo, hit it big when he starred as Iceman in the X-Men franchise. Ashmore has since starred as Agent Mike Weston in the bloody Fox drama The Following, which was canceled last year.

  19. Lindsay Lohan

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    Lohan scored her first MTV Movie Award for her hilarious performance in 2003's Freaky Friday. She would go on to star in one of the most quoted movies in the history of cinema, Mean Girls, in 2004. While Lohan hasn't been able to top her performance as Cady Heron, she's never stopped working. With her legal troubles now behind her, we're looking forward to LiLo's proper comeback. And we totally wouldn't mind if she dropped a follow-up to her 2005 album, A Little More Personal (Raw).

  20. Jon Heder

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    Heder hasn't done a whole lot on-camera since his starring role in Napoleon Dynamite, but he has turned to voiceover work. Heder has lent his vocal talents to the animated films Monster House, Walt Before Mickey, and Surf's Up, as well as the Napoleon Dynamite animated series. Tots forever!

  21. Rachel McAdams

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    After her breakthrough performance as Queen Bee Regina George in Mean Girls, McAdams starred alongside her future beau Ryan Gosling in The Notebook, one of the most seminal romantic dramas for our generation. It catapulted McAdams's career into superstardom. If you haven't watched About Time, the 2013 romantic comedy starring McAdams and charmster Domhnall Gleeson, then you need to do so immediately. You'll thank us for it later. McAdams most recently starred in Spotlight, the Academy Award winner for Best Picture. She was also nominated for Best Supporting Actress for her harrowing portrayal of a Washington Post reporter investigating allegations against a priest accused of molesting more than 80 boys.

  22. Isla Fisher

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    Since her breakthrough role in Wedding Crashers, Fisher has starred in Hot Rod, Definitely, Maybe, Confessions of a Shopaholic, Bachelorette, The Great Gatsby and the fourth season of Arrested Development. In 2010, she married English comedian and actor Sacha Baron Cohen. The couple have two children.

  23. Jaden Smith

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    The son of movie star Will Smith, Jaden is now best known as a rapper and modern-day prophet. Seriously, though. Have you seen this kid's Twitter musings? Smith will star in Baz Luhrmann's upcoming Netflix musical drama, The Get Down.

  24. Zac Efron

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    This High School Musical hottie and former teen idol has grown up into a full-fledged movie star. Efron has since starred in the films 17 Again, Me and Orson Welles, the confusing AF Charlie St. Cloud, New Year's Eve, The Lucky One, That Awkward Moment, and Neighbors. Not bad for a former Disney Channel star, right? Zefron is currently filming Baywatch alongside Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson, so prepare yourself for that magic.

  25. Robert Pattinson

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    Pattinson is most well-known for his MTV Movie Award-winning performance as vampire Edward Cullen in the massively popular Twilight series. Four hit movies later, Pattinson has kept himself out of the spotlight. With the Twilight franchise -- and his highly publicized romance with co-star Kristen Stewart -- behind him, Pattinson has focused on more indie films. Most recently, the former teen idol starred in the gripping drama The Rover and the dark comedy Maps to the Stars.

  26. Ashley Tisdale

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    Tisdale didn't necessarily bop to the top of the Hollywood "It" list after the High School Musical franchise, but she did turn her success into a career behind the camera. Tisdale now owns her own production company -- Blondie Productions -- and she currently serves as a producer on the ABC Family series Young & Hungry. Tisdale also returned to her TV roots in the TBS comedy Clipped, which was sadly canceled after one season. The Tis is currently working on expanding her lifestyle brand with the launch of The Haute Mess.

  27. Anna Kendrick

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    Our current queen of everything, Kendrick is Hollywood's go-to girl when it comes to movie musicals. After starring in the aca-amazing musical comedy Pitch Perfect and its blockbuster sequel, Kendrick has landed starring roles in Into the Woods, The Last Five Years and the forthcoming Pitch Perfect 3.

  28. Chloe Grace Moretz

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    Moretz is the "It" girl of the Me generation. We first took notice of her incredible talent in when she starred as Hit-Girl in 2010's Kick-Ass. After reprising her role in the sequel, Moretz has starred in Carrie, If I Stay, and Laggies. She also starred alongside Charlize Theron in Dark Places, a film adaptation from Gone Girl author Gillian Flynn. The starlet has two big -- and very different -- roles coming up in Neighbors 2 and The Little Mermaid.

  29. Shailene Woodley

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    Woodley has quickly become one of the brightest young stars in Hollywood, and it all started with her mesmerizing performance in The Descendants. Of course, now Woodley may be better-known for her roles as YA heroines Tris Prior (The Insurgent Series) and Hazel Grace Lancaster (The Fault in Our Stars), but she's still the best cryer in the biz. It should be no surprise that the 23-year-old received the MTV Trailblazer Award at last year's 2015 MTV Movie Awards.

  30. Rebel Wilson

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    Funny AF, Wilson turned her Pitch Perfect fame into a starring role on the ill-fated ABC comedy Super Fun Night. It may have been canceled after only one season, but at least we can all look forward to Wilson reprising her scene-stealing role as Fat Amy in Pitch Perfect 3.

  31. Will Poulter

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    Poulter has been having a pretty good year. After starring in Oscar winner Alejandro González Iñárritu's Oscar-nominated film The Revenant alongside Oscar nominee Tom Hardy, Oscar winner Leonardo DiCaprio, and Domhnall Gleeson, the 23-year-old Brit was courted to play Pennywise the clown in the big screen reboot of Stephen King's It. Poulter has a bright future, indeed.

  32. Dylan O'Brien

    We knew O'Brien was going to be a huge star when we first were introduced to him as Scott's hilarious best friend Stiles on MTV's Teen Wolf. When he's not hanging out in Beacon Hills with the Wolf Pack, O'Brien is making huge waves on the big screen, where he stars as teen hero Thomas in the successful Maze Runner series.