Brendan Fraser

The "Clueless" actor revealed she recently saw Fraser following his Best Actor win at the Oscars this month.
"The next thing I knew, my elbow was in my ear, the world was sideways and there was gravel in my teeth,” Fraser said on "The Kelly Clarkson Show."
The Oscar-nominated actor disclosed how much doubt has clouded his renaissance.
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences gave out some well-deserved nods, but not without raising eyebrows. Here are some of the Oscar nominations making headlines.
Brendan Fraser gave an emotional speech on his Hollywood comeback while accepting the best actor award for his role in “The Whale.”
“I was in the wilderness, and I probably should have left a trail of breadcrumbs, but you found me,” said Fraser to director Darren Aronofsky.
Michelle Yeoh, Brendan Fraser and Jamie Lee Curtis landed acting nods, unofficially ramping up their odds for the Oscars.
Butler won for his portrayal of Elvis Presley in "Elvis" over Fraser for "The Whale." Fraser boycotted the awards after alleging he was groped by a former organizer.
Fraser described a profanity-laced run-in he and his crew had while filming "The Scout."
“Ok. F**k it,” “The Whale” star said, exasperated, after attempting to teach Adam Sandler how to pronounce it.