Jon Voight has earned one Oscar in his on-camera career: a best actor win for Coming Home (1978). Voight's daughter, Angelina Jolie, has also earned one Oscar win during her acting career: a supporting actress win for Girl, Interrupted (1999).
Ethan Coen and Joel Coen
Ethan Coen (left) and brother Joel Coen have both scored (and share) four Oscar wins in their directing careers: best writing, screenplay written directly for the screen for Fargo (2001); best writing, adapted screenplay for No Country for Old Men (2008); best achievement in directing for No Country for Old Men (2008); and best picture for No Country for Old Men (2008).
Vincente Minnelli and Liza Minnelli
VincenteMinnelli earned one Oscar win during his career: a best director golden statuette for Gigi(1958). His daughter, Liza Minnelli, has earned one Oscar win in her career: best actress for Cabaret (1972).
Jane Fonda and Henry Fonda
Henry Fonda earned one Oscar win over his career: a best actor golden statuette for On Golden Pond (1981). His daughter, Jane Fonda, has earned two Oscar wins for her performances on camera: best actress for Klute (1971) and best actress for Coming Home (1978).
Alfred Newman and Randy Newman
Alfred Newman (left) won nine Oscars over a 30-year period: best music, scoring for Alexander's Ragtime Band (1939); best music, score for Tin Pan Alley (1941); best music, scoring of a dramatic or comedy picture for The Song of Bernadette (1944); best music, scoring of a musical picture for Mother Wore Tights (1948); best music, scoring of a musical picture for With a Song in My Heart (1953); best music, scoring of a musical picture for Call Me Madam (1954); best music, scoring of a dramatic or comedy picture for Love Is a Many-Splendored Thing (1956); best music, scoring of a musical picture for The King and I (1957); and best music, scoring of music, adaptation or treatment for Camelot (1968).
Alfred's nephew, Randy, has scored two Oscars since entering the business: best music, original song for Monsters, Inc. (2002) and best achievement in music written for motion pictures, original song for Toy Story 3 (2011).
Carmine Coppola, Francis Ford Coppola and Sofia Coppola
Carmine Coppola (left) scored a best music, original dramatic score Oscar in 1975 for his work on The Godfather: Part II.
Carmine's son, Francis Ford (center), has earned five Oscars over his career: best writing, story and screenplay based on factual material or material not previously published or produced for Patton (1971); best writing, screenplay based on material from another medium for The Godfather (1973); best writing, screenplay adapted from other material for The Godfather: Part II (1975); best director for The Godfather: Part II (1975); and best picture for The Godfather: Part II (1975).
Carmine's granddaughter, Sofia Coppola, has scored one Oscar for best writing, original screenplay for Lost in Translation (2004).
Walter Huston, John Huston and Anjelica Huston
Walter Huston (left) earned one Oscar win during his career: a supporting actor Academy Award for The Treasure of the Sierra Madre (1948). Walter's son, John Huston (center), earned two Oscar wins during his career: a best writing (screenplay) win for and a best directing win for The Treasure of the Sierra Madre (1948).
Walter's granddaughter, Anjelica Huston, has earned one Oscar win during her career: a supporting actress Academy Award for Prizzi's Honor (1985).
James Horner (pictured) and Harry Horner
Harry Horner (not pictured) earned two Oscar wins during his entertainment career: an art direction Academy Award for The Heiress (1949) and an art direction win for The Hustler (1961). Harry's son, James Horner (pictured), has earned two wins over his career: for best music (original song) for Titanic's "My Heart Will Go On" (1997) and best music (original dramatic score) for Titanic (1997).
Douglas Shearer and Norma Shearer
Douglas Shearer won seven Oscars over a 35-year period: best sound, recording for The Big House (1930); best sound, recording for Naughty Marietta (1936); best sound, recording for San Francisco (1937); best sound, recording for Strike Up the Band (1942); best effects, special effects for Thirty Seconds Over Tokyo (1945); best effects, special effects for Green Dolphin Street (1948); and best sound, recording for The Great Caruso (1952).
Douglas' actress-sister, Norma Shearer, won one Oscar in her career: a best actress Academy Award for her role in The Divorcee (1930).
Charles Guggenheim and Davis Guggenheim
Charles Guggenheim (left) earned four Oscar wins over his career: three best documentaries (short subject) for Nine From Little Rock (1964), The Johnstown Flood (1989) and A Time for Justice (1994) and a best short subject (live action) for Robert Kennedy Remembered (1968).
Charles' son, Davis Guggenheim (right), has earned one Oscar win over his career: best documentary (feature) for An Inconvenient Truth (2006).
Kirk Douglas and Michael Douglas
Kirk Douglas (left) earned an honorary Oscar in 1995 "for fifty years as a creative and moral force in the motion picture community." His son, Michael Douglas, has earned two Oscar wins over the span of his career: best picture for One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest (1975) and best actor for Wall Street (1987).
Emeric Pressburger and Kevin Macdonald
EmericPressburger (left) earned one Oscar during his career: a best writing (original motion picture story) win for The Invaders (1942). Pressburger's grandson Kevin Macdonald has scored one Oscar win since entering the industry: documentary (feature) for One Day in September (1999).
Christopher Rouse (pictured) and Russell Rouse
Russell Rouse (not pictured) earned one Oscar win during his career: best writing (story and screenplay–written directly for the screen) for Pillow Talk (1959). Russell's son, Christopher Rouse (pictured), has earned one Oscar win: a film editing golden statuette for The Bourne Ultimatum (2007).
Claude Berri and Thomas Langmann
Claude Berri (left) earned one Oscar during his career: a short subject (live action) win for The Chicken (1965). His son, Thomas Langmann (right), has also earned one Oscar win: best picture for The Artist (2011).
Thomas L. Fisher and Scott R. Fisher
Thomas L. Fisher (left) has earned one Oscar during his career behind the camera: a visual effects win for Titanic (1997). His son, Scott R. Fisher (right), has also earned one Oscar: a visual effects win for Interstellar (2014).
Oorlagh George and Terry George
Oorlagh George (left) and her father Terry George (right) both scored their first Oscar win together for the same project: a short film (live action) gold statuette for The Shore (2011).
Shirley MacLaine and Warren Beatty
Shirley MacLaine has earned one Oscar win over her career: a best actress Academy Award for Terms of Endearment (1983). Her brother, Warren Beatty, has also earned one Oscar win: best directing for Reds (1981).
Joan Fontaine and Olivia de Havilland
Joan Fontaine (left) earned one Oscar win in her on camera career: a best actress gold statuette for Suspicion (1941). Fontaine's sister, Olivia de Havilland, earned two Oscar wins: two best actress Academy Awards for To Each His Own (1946) and The Heiress (1949).