Tommy Lee Jones heads into Sunday's Oscars as a nominee for Best Supporting Actor, but he already has one trophy under his belt.
Jones' first (and, to date, only) Academy Award win came in 1994 for "The Fugitive," in which he plays a U.S. marshall. He attended the Oscars with a shaved head -- a requirement for "Cobb," which he was filming at the time.
He may not have had hair, but he did have some fancy spectacles. Take a look:
Jones was also nominated for Best Supporting Actor for 1991's "JFK" and Best Actor for 2008's "In the Valley of Elah." This Sunday, he'll face off against a field stacked with gentleman who have already won Oscars: Alan Arkin ("Argo"), Christoph Waltz ("Django Unchained"), Robert De Niro ("Silver Linings Playbook") and Philip Seymour Hoffman ("The Master"). Jones is nominated for his turn as Rep. Thaddeus Stevens in Steven Spielberg's "Lincoln."
Here's what Jones look like today. Not bad, sir!