Who Won the Oscar for Best Supporting Actress in 2015?


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The Oscar for the Best Supporting Actress in 2015 was awarded to Patricia Arquette for her portrayal of a divorced mother named Olivia Evans in the movie "Boyhood." This was her first nomination at the Oscars in which she came out victorious.

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The award turned out to be the sole Oscar for the movie. The other nominees for the award were: Emma Stone as Sam, a daughter of a movie star, for the movie "Birdman," Laura Dern as Bobbi, a lovable single mother in "Wild," Meryl Streep as a witch for "Into the Woods," and Keira Knightly as a young woman named Joan Clarke for "The Imitation Game."

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