This guy deserves his own Oscar for Best Supporting Actress (or some sort of equivalent thereof) after putting on a show like this.
Watch as one man time-warps through Oscar history as he channels all 75 winners of the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress, from Gale Sondergaard in "Anthony Adverse" (1936) through Octavia Spencer in "The Help" (2011), in just under five minutes.
His (extremely) multi-faceted performance ranges from spot-on imitations (Claire Trevor in "Key Largo") to over-the-top parodies (Ruth Gordon in "Rosemary's Baby") to a mixture of both (Melissa Leo in "The Fighter"). And, like the Oscars themselves, there are a few that are in (rather hilarious) poor taste (especially his Patty Duke in "The Miracle Worker").
We're also rather fond of his take on Kim Basinger in "L.A. Confidential," just because … well, he's right.
Enjoy this one-of-a-kind Oscar summary below, and thanks to Movieline for the find.