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THEN AND NOW: What the 2019 Oscar nominees looked like when they first started acting

INSIDER Logo By Anjelica Oswald of INSIDER | Slide 1 of 21: 
  The 2019 Oscar nominations were announced
  Tuesday. 
  
  Some of the nominees have been in the industry for decades,
  while some are newcomers. 
  
  "Roma's" Yalitza Aparicio is
    nominated for her acting debut.
  

  The actors nominated for the 2019 Oscars include a wide-range of
  talent.

  Though some of the nominees have been around for decades and have
  earned numerous awards, "Roma's" Yalitza Aparicio is nominated
  for her acting debut. On the other hand, "The Wife's" Glenn Close
  just earned her seventh nomination.
  

  From Christian Bale's start as a child actor to Lady Gaga's pop
  career, here's a look back at these actors' first
  roles.

  
    
      The 91st Oscars will air live from California's Dolby Theatre
      on Sunday, February 24, 2019, at 8 p.m. ET on ABC.

  • The 2019 Oscar nominations were announced Tuesday.
  • Some of the nominees have been in the industry for decades, while some are newcomers.
  • "Roma's" Yalitza Aparicio is nominated for her acting debut.

The actors nominated for the 2019 Oscars include a wide-range of talent.

Though some of the nominees have been around for decades and have earned numerous awards, "Roma's" Yalitza Aparicio is nominated for her acting debut. On the other hand, "The Wife's" Glenn Close just earned her seventh nomination.

From Christian Bale's start as a child actor to Lady Gaga's pop career, here's a look back at these actors' first roles.

The 91st Oscars will air live from California's Dolby Theatre on Sunday, February 24, 2019, at 8 p.m. ET on ABC.

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