The winners list – Daniel Day-Lewis, best actor: Everyone knew Day-Lewis was going to take this prize, but that didn't stop the actor from looking utterly overcome with emotion as he claimed his honor. "I really don't know how any of this happened. I do know that I've received more than my fair share of fortune," he said. He made sure to thank three men at the "apex of that human pyramid" that created "Lincoln:" Tony Kushner, Steven Spielberg and the "mysteriously beautiful mind, body and spirit of Abraham Lincoln."
The winners list – Jennifer Lawrence, best actress: First-time Oscar winner Jennifer Lawrence tripped as she climbed the steps to accept her award, but the "Silver Linings Playbook" star quickly recovered. As she thanked her cast and family, Lawrence was sure to wish fellow best actress nominee Emmanuelle Riva a happy 86th birthday.
The winners list – Christoph Waltz, best supporting actor: "Django Unchained" star Christoph Waltz graciously accepted his second Oscar on Sunday night, thanking both the writer-director, Quentin Tarantino, as well as his co-stars. "We participated in a hero's journey," Waltz said, "the hero here being Quentin."
The winners list – Anne Hathaway, best supporting actress: As Anne Hathaway accepted her first Oscar win for her work in "Les Miserables," the 30-year-old actress looked down at her statue and said, "It came true." After thanking everyone from her friends and family to the cast and crew of "Les Mis," Hathaway was also sure to thank her husband. "By far the greatest moment of my life was when you walked into it."
The winners list – Ang Lee, best director: Ang Lee accepted his second Oscar for directing as the audience stood on their feet in a standing ovation. "Thank you movie god," Lee said, adding, "I want to thank you for believing in this story." He noted that he shares the award with everyone who worked with him on "Life of Pi."