Who Won the 1985
Academy Awards Best Supporting Actor

Haing S Ngor

("The Killing Fields")

1984 Academy Awards Best Supporting Actor Winner
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What Defines the Line Between Inclusivity and Queerbaiting?

PopMatters
Although India's Dev Patel scored a bid for supporting actor this year, an Asian actor hasn't won an acting Oscar since Haing S. Ngor in 1984 (for The Killing Fields). The last Hispanic American to win an acting Oscar was Benicio Del Toro, who won 17 ...

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Documentary Paints Moving Portrait of 'Killing Fields' Star

The Cambodia Daily
Haing S. Ngor is remembered for two things: his Oscar-winning depiction of interpreter Dith Pran in the 1984 film “The Killing Fields” and his tragic slaying outside his Los Angeles apartment 12 years later. In “The Killing Fields of Dr. Haing S. Ngor ...

1985 Academy Awards Best Supporting Actor Winner Haing S Ngor News

'My Atomic Aunt' and other docs bring foreign cultures to American ...

Los Angeles Times
The growth of foreign documentaries like 'Surviving the Tsunami - My Atomic Aunt' brings other cultures to American audiences.

1985 Academy Awards Best Supporting Actor Winner Haing S Ngor News

Khmer-American Songwriter Adds Powerful Ballad to 'Painfully Beautiful' Screenplay

VOA Khmer (English)
In the film The Killing Fields of Dr. Haing S. Ngor the song “Like a Rose”, originally written and produced by Cambodian-American Bochan Huy and Arlen Hart, is a painfully beautiful accompaniment to the love between Dr. Ngor and his wife, who died ...

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