Hollywood actor Jared Leto won the Oscar for Best Supporting Actor in the 2014 film “Dallas Buyers Club. Now he admits he hasn’t been able to find his statuette for three years.
Leto said he wasn’t sure where his coveted award went during an interview with James Corden. “I realized it’s been missing for three years. I didn’t know that, and no one told me about it,” Leto, 49, told the TV host.
The actor noted that he moved to Los Angeles, and afterward the statuette “somehow magically disappeared.” “I hope it’s in good hands wherever it is,” Leto stressed.
Leto won an Oscar for his role as a transgender man with AIDS in the acclaimed drama, which also starred Matthew McConaughey and Jennifer Garner.