Hollywood's hottest are all over Broadway, all over the Tony nominee list and tonight, all over the podium. In fact, the stars of the silver screen swept all four awards for performances in a play. Scarlett Johansson, Eddie Redmayne, Viola Davis, Denzel Washington and Catherine Zeta-Jones were all amongst the big winners at the 2010 Tony Awards.

Johansson was the first to snag her statue for best featured actress in A View From the Bridge. She doused a handful of folks with thanks including co-star Liev Schreiber and hubby Ryan Reynolds. She even expressed her gratitude for her representatives at Creative Artist Agency who suggested she take to the stage in the middle of doing Iron Man 2 because "it would be a good thing." Looks like they were right.

Unlike Johansson, Redmayne's face isn't particularly well known on the big screen – just yet. You might have caught him in that straight-to-DVD Jessica Biel stripper film, Powder Blue, or alongside Kristen Stewart in The Yellow Handkerchief. Considering the latter only made it to 29 theaters, odds are, you didn't, but it's worth seeking out when it hits DVD. However, like Johansson, Redmayne won big for his Broadway debut. He was awarded the best featured actor award for his performance in Red in which he plays abstract expressionist Mark Rothko.
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