15 Youngest Best Actress & Best Supporting Actress Oscar Winners Ever

From J.Hud to J.Law, these 15 actors made history. The youngest winner was just 10 years old when she won. Guess who.

LOS ANGELES, UNITED STATES:  Actress Anna Paquin of New Zealand poses with the 1993 Oscar she received for best supporting actress during the 66th annual Academy Awards 21 March 1994 in Los Angeles. Paquin, 11, won for her performance in the movie "The Piano." (Photo credit should read TIM CLARY/AFP via Getty Images)
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Jennifer Hudson, Dreamgirls, 2006

J.Hud won an Oscar for her debut film role, taking home the Best Supporting Actress award for her performance as Effie White in the 2005 remake of Dreamgirls. And despite winning at 25 years old, she barely makes the cut for one of the youngest winners in an acting category.

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Grace Kelly, The Country Girl, 1954

Before she became the Princess of Monaco (in real life), Kelly became an Oscar-winning actor for playing a simple country girl. She took home Best Actress at just 25 years old, before moving on to bigger and more royal endeavors.