If you've ever wondered what it takes to be a big Oscar winner, you'd be wrong to think it's something to do with acting.
In fact, there are no actors or actresses among the 12 personalities who have won the golden statues. Oscars winners are usually composers, producers or designers.
Read on to discover the most competitive Oscars winners of all time, according to the Academy of Arts and Film Science.
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Walt Disney, 22 years old
From 1931 to 1968, two years after his death, Walt Disney was nominated for 59 Oscars and won 22 competitive prizes and four uncompetitive honorary awards. Most of his victories were won in the category of animated shorts. His only posthumous victory is that of the best animated short film "Winnie the Pooh and the Blustery Day" of 1968.
Although he died in 1966, the titanic society of animated film became one of the largest entertainment organizations in the world.
Cedric Gibbons, age 11
Artistic Director Cedric Gibbons received 11 Oscars for Artistic Director over the 32 years – from 1924 to 1956 – and worked for the Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer film studio. He is credited with more than 1,000 films and has been nominated for a total of 38 Oscars.
He is best known for his work on "An American in Paris" (1951), "The Wizard of Oz" (1939) and "The Forbidden Planet" (1956).
Gibbons is also credited with designing the Oscar statuette, a knight with a sword on a reel of film.
Alfred Newman, 9 years old
The composer Alfred Newman has worked on hundreds of films, including "All About Eve" (1950) and "How West was won" (1962). During his career, he was nominated for 43 Oscars and won nine, most notably for his work on "The King and Me" in 1956.
Newman is also known for his work on the theme of the 20th Century Pictures logo, which is still used today.
Edith Head, age 8
As the most acclaimed costume designer and woman at the Oscars, Edith Head was nominated for 35 awards and won eight. She is best known for her work on award-winning films such as "All About Eve" (1950), "Roman Holiday" (1953), "Sabrina" (1954), and "The Sting" (1973).
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Alan Menken, age 8
Disney Composer and Composer Alan Menken has been nominated for 19 awards since 1986 and has won eight for original scores, including "The Little Mermaid" in 1989, "Aladdin" in 1992 and "Pocahontas" in 1995.
Most recently, Menken was nominated for the best original song for "I See the Light" in the animated film "Tangled" in 2010 – the same year he was honored with his own star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
Dennis Muren, age 8
Known primarily for his work on special effects on films such as "Jurassic Park" (1993) and "E.T." (1982), Dennis Muren has won eight Oscars and an honorary award. In total, Muren has received 16 Oscar nominations.
Most recently, he was creative consultant for "Star Wars: Episode VII – The Awakening of Strength" (2015).
Edwin B. Willis, age 8
From 1936 to 1957, artistic director Edwin B. Willis was nominated for 32 Oscars, although he only won eight. He is best known for his work as a decorator on "An American in Paris" (1951) and "Gaslight" (1944) alongside artistic director Cedric Gibbons for both films.
Rick Baker, age 7
Makeup artist Rick Baker has been nominated for 12 awards and seven times for such films as "An American Werewolf in London" (1981), "The Nutty Professor" (1996) and "How the Grinch Stole Christmas" (2000) of Mr. Seuss. .
Baker has also created makeup and make-up effects for films such as "Star Wars" in 1977, "Men in Black" in 1997, "Planet of the Apes" in 2001 and "Maleficent" in 2014.
Richard Day, age 7
Artistic Director Richard Day was nominated for 20 Oscars between 1930 and 1970 and won seven, most notably for his work on "A Streetcar Named Desire" in 1951 and "On the Waterfront" in 1954.
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Gordon Hollingshead, age 7
Working on more than 200 shorts and documentaries from 1934 to 1953, producer Gordon Hollingshead was nominated for 23 Oscars and received seven awards. Among his successes are the short films "I Will not Play" (1944) and "A Boy and His Dog" (1946).
Fred Quimby, age 7
Short film producer Fred Quimby has won seven Oscars, many for his work as short film producer "Tom and Jerry", such as "The Yankee Doodle Mouse" (1943), "Mouse Trouble" ( 1944) and "Quiet Please! (1945).
Gary Rydstrom, age 7
As a sound designer and mixer, Gary Rydstrom has been nominated for 18 Oscars and seven times for his work on "Terminator 2: Judgment Day" (1991), "Jurassic Park" (1993), "Titanic" (1997) and " Saving Private Ryan "(1998).
Rydstrom has also worked on such films as "Minority Report" (2002), "Bridge of Spies" (2015) and "Lincoln" (2012). He has also been announced as sound designer for "Jurassic World 3", which is expected to come out in 2021, according to IMDb.