Jack Albertson Young
Albertson appeared in more than 30 films. He had an early minor role in Miracle on 34th Street as a postal worker who redirects dead letters addressed to "Santa Claus" to the courthouse where Kris Kringle is on trial. He won an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor for his role in the 1968 film The Subject Was Roses .  He later apologized to child actor Jack Wild for winning the award; Wild was also nominated for his role in Oliver! and Albertson expected Wild to win.