Aside from his award winning performance in Raging Bull, Joe Pesci has also been nominated for Best Supporting Actor, Best Actor, and Best Actor-Supporting categories at the Oscars. He won the statue in 1991 for his role as Joey LaMotta. In 2020, Joe Pesci is nominated for The Irishman. However, Brad Pitt won this category.nThe director Michael Mann owes Pesci his nomination for the best non-star actor for «Two and a Half Men.» The film’s low budget is one of its most distinctive elements, but Pesci’s performance is no less impressive. The two stars shared a screen time of just over four hours. The film’s climax is the tense fight between two rival gangs at the top of the New York City skyline.nWhen asked why he was nominated for Best Supporting Actor at the Oscars, Pesci told reporters that he had no chance of winning the award for his role in Martin Scorsese’s iconic gangster film, «Mad Dogs.» However, he accepted it, despite his fear that he would not win. His decision was a bold move that defied expectations from the industry.nAlthough Pesci has only won one Academy Award in his career, he has been nominated for two more times. His 1992 Best Supporting Actor win came after the film’s success in the box office. He shared the award with Al Pacino, who was also nominated in the same category. However, his nominations for Best Supporting Actor and Best Actor sparked Pesci’s popularity among moviegoers.nDespite his long list of awards, Joe Pesci didn’t expect to win the Academy Award. He even didn’t prepare a speech for the event, and it was a big surprise that he beat out Al Pacino, Bruce Davison, Graham Greene, and Andy Garcia. When he finally took home the prize, his acceptance speech lasted no more than five words. It was a touching and moving speech.nIf Pesci had won the Oscar, he would have won it a third time. In addition to his two Oscars, his recent role in The Irish has earned him the coveted Best Supporting Actor title. However, there are some other reasons why Pesci is deserving of an Oscar nomination. If Pesci does win, his acceptance speech will be even more memorable. And if Pesci wins again, he should consider making his next movie.nAfter a long and successful acting career, Pesci is a renowned name in the world of film. In 1991, he won the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor. His Oscar acceptance speech was only six words long, making it one of the shortest ever. The film’s popularity grew as a result, and Pesci has won many awards in the meantime. So, the actor deserved the prize for his incredible acting and dedication to his craft.nAmong the nominees, there are two women who are sure to win. One of them, Anjanue Ellis, has been consistently working in the industry since 1996. Her role in King Richard was a memorable one. Ellis, a woman who stood by her husband and fought alongside him in a violent scene, deserves an Oscar. Although her film doesn’t have a wide variety of nominees, she deserves at least three nominations.