Doubling down: Actors campaign for two '03 noms -- At least four contenders have a shot at honors in lead and supporting acting categories

By Dave Karger
Updated October 18, 2002 at 04:00 AM EDT
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With lead roles in both Gangs of New York and Catch Me if You Can, Leo DiCaprio may be his own toughest competition at the Oscars. But since actors can receive lead and supporting nods in the same year, other potential two-timers may luck out. According to their reps, these stars are shrewdly leaning toward dual campaigns.

LEAD ACTOR

TOM HANKS IN ‘ROAD TO PERDITION’
DENNIS QUAID IN ‘THE ROOKIE’
ROBIN WILLIAMS IN ‘ONE HOUR PHOTO’

SUPPORTING ACTOR

TOM HANKS IN ‘CATCH ME IF YOU CAN’
DENNIS QUAID IN ‘FAR FROM HEAVEN’
ROBIN WILLIAMS IN ‘INSOMNIA’

LEAD ACTRESS

JULIANNE MOORE IN ‘FAR FROM HEAVEN’
MERYL STREEP IN ‘THE HOURS’
RENEE ZELLWEGER IN ‘CHICAGO’

SUPPORTING ACTRESS

JULIANNE MOORE IN ‘THE HOURS’
MERYL STREEP IN ‘ADAPTATION’
RENEE ZELLWEGER IN ‘WHITE OLEANDER’

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