‘Frozen’ star Kristin Chenoweth gets an Oscar nod for best supporting actress

Actress Kristin Clark is a little surprised to have been named best supporting actor for her performance in Frozen.

The film received a strong response from critics, but Clark, who has been nominated for four Academy Awards, was surprised to be included in the best supporting acting categories.

“I was really happy,” Clark told ABC News.

“It was an honor to be nominated for a Golden Globe award and it was a great honor to have that conversation with the film’s director, Byron Howard.

I’m just so happy to be a part of this incredible film.”

She added, “I don’t think anyone’s ever been nominated to be the best support actor, so it was really a dream come true.”

Clark was nominated for Best Supporting Actress for her role as Elsa in the film, which opens on July 5.

In a statement, she praised the Academy for giving her the nomination, saying, “The film is a great story about a young girl who’s a snowman and the ice king, and I am honored to have the chance to work with a filmmaker who loves this story.”

In addition to her Golden Globe nomination, Clark was also nominated for supporting actress for her portrayal of Anna in the Disney film, The Snow Queen.

“Kristin has a great chemistry with the actor and I’m thrilled to be able to share the film with the world,” said Anna’s producer, Walt Disney Pictures.

“She’s one of those amazing actors who really knows how to give us something new, which is very exciting for us.”

Clark’s Oscar win comes after the actress won an Academy Award for Best Actress for The Sound of Music in 2017.

She has won seven Golden Globe Awards, two Screen Actors Guild Awards and a Grammy Award.

Clark also won the Oscar for Best Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role in the 1996 film, A Place Called Paradise.

She received a Tony Award nomination for her work in that film.

In addition, Clark won a Golden Globes for Best Actor for her performances in The Princess and the Frog and The Princess Mononoke, the latter of which was nominated as best film.