With Oscar voting set to begin on March 17, four new actors will be entering the history books with “Academy Award winner” next to their name. The honor of an Oscar nomination is one of the highest a person can receive in Hollywood. Still, many talented actors haven’t received the distinction yet, despite a plethora of roles and performances over various decades. From veterans like Jeff Daniels and Michelle Yeoh to established stars such as Oscar Isaac and Tessa Thompson to the underrated thespians Julianne Nicholson and Brian Tyree Henry, many are still seeking their flowers from Academy.

To celebrate the 94th Oscars, which air on March 27, Variety is listing actors that should have received at least one Oscar nomination by this point in their career. Not to be confused as the “definitive” list, there are always names to add — and hopefully, some will be taken off in the coming years.

This year’s crop of acting nominees includes nine first-time acting nominees: Jessie Buckley (“The Lost Daughter”), Ariana DeBose (“West Side Story”), Kirsten Dunst (“The Power of the Dog”), Aunjanue Ellis (“King Richard”), Ciarán Hinds (“Belfast”), Troy Kotsur (“CODA”), Jesse Plemons (“The Power of the Dog”), Kodi Smit-McPhee (“The Power of the Dog”) and Kristen Stewart (“Spencer”). You would have seen some of these on this list if the Academy hadn’t finally come through for them — notably Dunst, Hinds and Stewart.

Other gifted actors have nominations in non-acting Oscar categories that would prevent them from appearing on this list, such as Julie Delpy (two-time adapted screenplay nominee for “Before Sunset” in 2004 and “Before Midnight” in 2013), Jeff Goldblum (live action short nominee for “Little Surprises” in 1996) and Owen Wilson (original screenplay nominee for “The Royal Tenenbaums” in 2001).

Read the full list below.

Honorable mentions: Steve Buscemi (“Ghost World”), Billy Crudup (“The Stanford Prison Experiment”), Blythe Danner (“I’ll See You In My Dreams”), Idris Elba (“Beasts of No Nation”), Mia Farrow (“Hannah and Her Sisters”), Gong Li (“Memoirs of a Geisha”), Michael Peña (“End of Watch”), Martin Sheen (“Apocalypse Now”), John David Washington (“BlacKkKlansman”),