Anne Hathaway is only 30, but the actress has already become a fixture at the Academy Awards.
Hathaway, who is favored to win Best Supporting Actress at this year's ceremony for her work in "Les Miserables," first attended the Oscars in 2007 as a presenter. Here she is on stage with Emily Blunt.
Hathaway returned to the show as a nominated actress in 2009. Hathaway was among the Best Actress nominees for her role in "Rachel Getting Married," an indie drama from director Jonathan Demme. (She lost to Kate Winslet.) Spy Hathaway's 2007 look in the photo below.
She also appeared onstage during the 81st annual Academy Awards with Hugh Jackman, her future "Les Miserables" co-star.
It wasn't long, though, before Hathaway returned to the show. The actress infamously co-hosted the 83rd annual Academy Awards in 2011 alongside James Franco. The show received terrible reviews, and even Hathaway later admitted that it wasn't the best Oscars ever.
Hathaway will likely have slightly better luck during this year's broadcast. In addition to possibly winning Best Supporting Actress, Hathaway will also perform with her "Les Miserables" cast mates during a musical medley.