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Winner: Jonah Hill
While we're still a little unnerved by the thinner, cooler incarnation of Hill that's been making the talk show rounds, his uncharacteristic turn as an underdog statistician in "Moneyball" came as a surprise to viewers and critics. Apparently it impressed the Academy as well, who selected the 28-year-old as this year's youngest Best Supporting Actor nominee. Still, we'll be a little relieved to see him acting stoopid again in "21 Jump Street."