At just 22 years of age, Timothée Chalamet could be the youngest recipient of the Best Actor award ever after Adrien Brody took home the statuette in 2002 for his role in The Pianist. Brody was then 29 years, 343 days old.

It’s interesting considering the oldest winner was Peggy Ashcroft, who won the Oscars in 1984 at 77 years, 93 days. Indeed, good acting knows no age and these young nominees prove just that. Let’s take a look.

Justin Henry, 8 years, 276 days (Kramer vs Kramer)

Year in film: 1979

Category: Best Actor in a Supporting Role

Jackie Cooper, 9 years, 20 days (Skippy)

Year in film: 1930/31

Category: Best Actor in a Leading Role

Quvenzhané Wallis, 9 years, 135 days (Beasts Of The Southern Wild)

Year in film: 2012

Category: Best Actress in a Leading Role

Tatum O’ Neal, 10 years, 106 days (Paper Moon)

Year in film: 1973

Category: Best Actress in a Supporting Role

Mary Badham, 10 years, 141 days (To Kill A Mockingbird)

Year in film: 1962

Category: Best Actress in a Supporting Role

Quinn Cummings, 10 years, 192 days (The Goodbye Girl)

Year in film: 1977

Category: Best Actress in a Supporting Role

Abigail Breslin, 10 years, 284 days (Little Miss Sunshine)

Year in film: 2006

Category: Best Actress in a Supporting Role

Patty McCormack, 11 years, 181 days (The Bad Seed)

Year in film: 1956

Category: Best Actress in a Supporting Role

Anna Paquin, 11 years, 200 days (The Piano)

Year in film: 1993

Category: Best Actress in a Supporting Role

Haley Joel Osment, 11 years, 311 days (The Sixth Sense)

Year in film: 1999

Category: Best Actor in a Supporting Role