A celebrity is someone who is well-known in a certain society and receives a significant amount of public and media attention. The word comes from the Latin celebrity, which is derived from the adjective celeber ("famous," "celebrated"). Being a celebrity is commonly regarded as one of the highest levels of notability, despite the fact that the term remarkable is sometimes confused with the terms celebrity, fame, notoriety, and so on. Articles on famous people, like those on Wikipedia, do not always imply that they are celebrities.
There are 954 actors on the list, including 481 men and 473 women. There are a total of 639 non-winning nominations, with 324 males and 315 females. There are 306 actors who have won at least once, including 153 males and 153 females. Only 44 actors (23 men and 21 women) were cast.