Best Supporting Actress Odds, Oscar Picks: Three-Way Race Between Angela Bassett, Jamie Lee Curtis, Kerry Condon
Matt Winkelmeyer/Getty Images. Pictured: Angela Bassett
- It's a three-way race for Best Supporting Actress at tonight's Academy Awards.
- Angela Bassett and Jamie Lee Curtis are the two favorites, but Kerry Condon isn't too far behind.
- Continue reading for full odds and predictions for the Best Supporting Actress category at the Oscars.
Best Supporting Actress Nominees & Odds
Odds via FanDuel and as of March 12
|Jamie Lee Curtis (Everything Everywhere All At Once)||+120||45.45%|
|Angela Bassett (Black Panther: Wakanda Forever)||+145||40.82%|
|Kerry Condon (The Banshees of Inisherin)||+185||35.09%|
|Stephanie Hsu (Everything Everywhere All At Once)||+3400||2.86%|
|Hong Chau (The Whale)||+3400||2.86%|
Collin Wilson: The pump on Everything Everywhere All At Once was there for Jamie Lee Curtis months ago in the category of Best Supporting Actress. Recent victories by her opponents have made this category a true crapshoot after kickoff Sunday.
Kerry Condon won the BAFTA for The Banshees of Inisherin while Angela Bassett won the Golden Globe. Steam picked up once again on Curtis following a SAG victory, making any of the three names mentioned part of a three-horse race that will require a photo finish.
The rule for the Best Supporting Actress award is to avoid an age range in the 40s or 50s, but none of the favored candidates have the youth of Jennifer Lawrence or the career length of Jessica Tandy.
The experts and editors of Gold Derby show a small lean in this category, leaving Curtis at just 16% of the vote. Bassett sits at 46% while fighting a bias of being the first-ever member of a MCU cast to be nominated for an acting award.
Condon generated 38% of the vote, setting the value on her betting price at anything better than +165.
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