OSCAR is an answer for the NYT Crossword puzzle. Here you can get the history and usage for OSCAR in NYT Crossword from 1994.

This "OSCAR" answer was first appeared in "1 Dec 1993" NYT Crossword for the hint of "Filmdom honor". It was authored by Tap Osborn. Recently, the "OSCAR" answer has been used for "7 Dec 2023" NYT Crossword for the hint of "Along with Big Bird, role for puppeteer Caroll Spinney on “Sesame Street”". It was authored by Rebecca Goldstein. "OSCAR" appeared 134 times in Shortz Era puzzles. So lets take a look for clue and answer history of "OSCAR" word.

Date Grid Clue Author
7 Dec 2023 1A Along with Big Bird, role for puppeteer Caroll Spinney on “Sesame Street” Rebecca Goldstein
29 Nov 2023 48D “Titanic” award Ruth Bloomfield Margolin
31 Aug 2023 1A Follower of November Freddie Cheng
9 Aug 2023 51A The “O” in EGOT Caryn Robbins and Matthew Stock
17 Apr 2023 50A Prize for Best Original Score, e.g. Katherine Baicker and Scott Earl
11 Jul 2022 9A Award won by Paul Newman and Gary Oldman Roy Greim
17 Apr 2022 5A Children’s character who sings “I Love Trash” Emet Ozar
20 Feb 2022 27A Letter between November and Papa in the NATO alphabet Victor Barocas
13 Feb 2022 78A Uncle for whom an annual award is supposedly named David Steinberg
30 Dec 2021 26A ___-worthy John Ewbank
29 Jul 2021 43A NATO alphabet letter in “NATO” Trenton Charlson
1 Mar 2021 29D ___ the Grouch Michael Lieberman
3 Jan 2021 108A Award won twice by Hammerstein, fittingly Paolo Pasco
30 Dec 2020 28D Envelope information in “May I have the envelope, please?” Kate Hawkins
28 Dec 2020 56A Grouchy Muppet Alan Massengill and Andrea Carla Michaels
18 Dec 2020 28D Academy offering Damon Gulczynski
7 Jul 2020 54A Award for which 8-Down, surprisingly, has never been nominated Kevin Patterson
6 Jul 2020 26A Trash-loving grouch of children’s TV Lynn Lempel
3 May 2020 123A Prize for a doc, maybe Ben Zimmer and Brendan Emmett Quigley
28 Oct 2019 1A Hollywood trophy Zhouqin Burnikel
12 Aug 2019 49D One of five for composer John Williams Jeffrey Wechsler
1 Jun 2019 34A Word before bait or buzz Ari Richter
26 May 2019 13D Famous grouch Ruth Bloomfield Margolin
25 Mar 2019 8D Felix’s partner on “The Odd Couple” Kevin Christian and Andrea Carla Michaels
13 Mar 2019 3D Award for Washington and Lee Jeffrey Wechsler
14 Oct 2018 88A One of 26 for Walt Disney Ross Trudeau
2 Oct 2018 52D Hollywood honor Paul Coulter
16 Sep 2018 71D Academy Awards prop Joel Fagliano
25 Jun 2018 9A Much-prized golden statuette Kathy Wienberg
10 Nov 2017 16A … and first name Patrick Berry
22 Oct 2017 1D Its official name is Academy Award of Merit Tracy Gray
20 Oct 2017 46A One letter of “NATO” in the NATO alphabet Peter Wentz
3 Jul 2017 26D Award refused by Marlon Brando and George C. Scott Randall J. Hartman
14 Jun 2017 48D “And the ___ goes to …” Andrew Zhou
11 Jun 2017 43D 13 1/2″ gold-plated figure Charles M. Deber
2 Sep 2016 48A One is a prize for scoring David Liben-Nowell
14 Jul 2016 50D *To get one, act now! David J. Kahn
4 Jun 2016 3D NATO alphabet letter Byron Walden and Brad Wilber
26 Nov 2015 8D Film award Ed Sessa
5 May 2015 39A Grouch of children’s TV Michael Blake and Andrea Carla Michaels
13 Jan 2015 5D 2012 award for 20-Across Michael Blake
4 Jan 2015 31D Award for Hunt and Peck Finn Vigeland
15 Dec 2014 50D Trash-talking Muppet? Zhouqin Burnikel and Dennis Ryall
30 Apr 2014 64A Award for 60-Across for her role in “Two Women” Zhouqin Burnikel
24 Apr 2014 51D Trash can dweller Stanley Newman
25 Apr 2013 2D When said three times, frequent line on “The Odd Couple” Jeffrey Wechsler
9 Dec 2012 94D Player’s trophy Patrick Berry
20 Jun 2012 14A Reason for a February thank-you speech Alan Arbesfeld
4 Jun 2012 54D ___ the Grouch John R. O’Brien
26 Jan 2012 41A Announcement that comes from an envelope Alan Arbesfeld
1 Jan 2012 73D NATO alphabet vowel Patrick Berry
21 Jun 2010 57A “The Odd Couple” slob Fred Piscop
28 Mar 2010 73A Grouchy Muppet Ed Sessa
3 Mar 2010 38A See 24- and 48-Across Peter A. Collins
13 Feb 2010 23D Academy offering Ashish Vengsarkar
30 Aug 2009 126A 8 1/2-pound statue Ashish Vengsarkar and Narayan Venkatasubramanyan
21 Jun 2009 1A (With 13-Across) “My wallpaper and I are fighting a duel to the death. One or the other of us has to go” Matt Ginsberg and Pete Muller
11 Jun 2009 50D Jazz’s Peterson Alex Boisvert
10 Dec 2008 24A “And the ___ goes to …” Joe Krozel
21 Jul 2008 60A “Sesame Street” grouch Gilbert H. Ludwig
17 Jan 2008 53A Jazz’s Peterson Matt Ginsberg
31 Jul 2007 53D Musician/wit Levant Allan E. Parrish
20 May 2007 57D Muppet who lives in a trash can Seth A. Abel
9 Apr 2007 5A High Hollywood honor J. K. Hummel
21 Mar 2007 26D See 17-Across Ed Early
25 Feb 2007 67A With 56-Down, start of eight answers in this puzzle David J. Kahn
23 Feb 2007 19A 8 1/2-pound statue Patrick Merrell
24 Jan 2007 33A Sesame Street denizen Gary Steinmehl
24 Sep 2006 1A With 126-Across, author of the quip starting at 27-Across Mark Diehl and Kevin McCann
8 Jan 2006 108D “And the ___ goes to …” Michael Ashley
5 Jan 2006 1A With 70-Across, source of the quip at 21-, 39- and 58-Across Victor Fleming
30 Dec 2004 29A “The Odd Couple” role Kyle Mahowald
30 Aug 2004 40A Academy Award Jeffrey Harris
7 Apr 2004 1D See 15-Across Nancy Salomon
24 Mar 2004 47D Prize that, surprisingly, contains a large amount of tin Norma Johnson
21 Mar 2004 69D ___ night (annual event) Roy Leban
2 Dec 2003 31D Coveted statue Harvey Estes
22 Oct 2003 46D Award since 1927 Judy Cole
10 Aug 2003 16D ___ fever (annual February/March phenomenon) Cathy Millhauser
26 Jun 2003 21A It’s an honor Patrick Berry
16 Jun 2003 35A Designer ___ de la Renta Norma Johnson
4 Jan 2003 21A One went to Washington in 2002 Patrick Berry
27 Nov 2002 41D Wayne won one in 1969 Ron O’Hair
21 Oct 2002 1D Prize awarded at the Kodak Theatre Peter Sarrett
7 Oct 2002 56D Screen award Greg Staples
7 Aug 2002 6A Picture prize Randolph Ross
4 Jul 2002 34A Levant of levity Nathaniel Weiss
27 Jun 2002 41A Hollywood’s holy grail James R. Leeds
24 Jun 2002 31D Recognition from “the Academy” Trip Payne
23 Jun 2002 104D 114-Across component Eric Berlin
21 May 2002 9A Witty Wilde Paula Gamache
4 May 2002 42A 8 1/2-pound statue Rich Norris
25 Feb 2002 1A ___ Mayer (wiener maker) Christina Houlihan
24 Sep 2001 51D Award for “Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon” Norma Steinberg
25 Apr 2001 27D “Platoon” prize Mel Taub and crossword class
11 Jan 2001 1A With 63-Across, author of the quip starting at 17-Across Elizabeth C. Gorski
15 Nov 2000 9A Muppet grouch Chuck Deodene
9 Aug 2000 52D Half of the Odd Couple Kelly Clark
13 Jun 2000 48D “American Beauty” prize Peter Gordon
29 Feb 2000 59A Golden award Peter Gordon
26 Nov 1999 49D A good player might get one Roger Phillips
2 Nov 1999 29D Award for Judi Dench Bernice Gordon
3 Oct 1999 102D Prize for Page or Cage Fred Piscop
10 Sep 1999 46D Screenwriter’s dream Dana Motley
25 Aug 1999 25D Hollywood treasure Richard Hughes
6 May 1999 31D Gold statuette Matt Gaffney
30 Apr 1999 23A Picture presentation Pat M. Hugel
10 Feb 1999 52D Star’s statuette Nancy Salomon
1 Jan 1999 51D Director’s dream Joe DiPietro
25 Oct 1998 103D Reason for a spring ceremony Nancy Nicholson Joline
21 May 1998 64A Baseball Hall-of-Famer Charleston Cathy Millhauser
23 Mar 1998 25A 1996 award for “The English Patient” Randall J. Hartman
14 Mar 1998 1D Gold statue Ed Pegg Jr.
9 Jul 1997 33D Grouchy Muppet Chuck Deodene
30 Mar 1997 10D Pianist Levant Elizabeth C. Gorski
17 Mar 1997 73A Cousin of a Golden Globe Stephanie Spadaccini
24 Feb 1997 47D Award for “Braveheart” Derek Allen
12 Jan 1997 2D March honor M. Rosen
1 Dec 1996 11D Hollywood statue D. J. Kahn
18 Sep 1996 30D Code word for “O” D. J. Kahn
21 Aug 1996 50D Boxer de la Hoya Fred Piscop
13 May 1996 41A Award for “Braveheart” S. L. Robbins
8 Nov 1995 46A Felix’s roommate Glenn E. Sykes
9 Jul 1995 56A Half of “The Odd Couple” Nancy Nicholson Joline
1 Mar 1995 36A Actor Homolka of “I Remember Mama” Lois Sidway
12 Feb 1995 60D Sesame Street dweller Alex & Victoria Black
25 Jan 1995 35D Levant of “Information Please” Norma Steinberg
18 Dec 1994 81D Peace Nobelist ___ Arias Sanchez Manny Nosowsky & Bob Klahn
12 Oct 1994 26A Mr. Levant Gregory E. Paul
2 Sep 1994 47D Jazz bassist Pettiford Bryant White
11 Aug 1994 30A Golden statuette Bryant White
4 Aug 1994 4D Award for “Wings” Jim Page
10 May 1994 31D 1991 Stallone comedy David Ellis Dickerson
1 Dec 1993 54D Filmdom honor Tap Osborn

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