Through the 1970s, BAFTA allowed performers to be nominated for multiple films in a single year as one nomination. For example, Jodie Foster won Best Supporting Actress as a single citation for both of her 1976 performances in “Taxi Driver” and “Bugsy Malone.” The British academy then tweaked its rules to allow performers to receive separate nominations for different films in a category in a single year — something that is prohibited at the Oscars.
Since then, an elite handful have managed to double dip, with one person, Kate Winslet, pulling it off twice.
1. Michael Caine: Best Actor