EGOT Winners

EGOT List:

1. Richard Rodgers (composer): Oscar (‘It Might as Well be Spring’ from ‘State Fair,’ 1945); Tony (‘South Pacific,’ 1950); Grammy (‘The Sound of Music,’ 1960); Emmy (‘Winston Churchill: The Valiant Years,’ 1962)

2. Helen Hayes (actress): Oscar (‘The Sin of Madelon Claudet,’ 1932); Tony (‘Addie,’ 1947); Emmy (Best Actress for roles including Harriet Beecher Stowe on ‘Medallion Theatre,’ 1953); Grammy (Best Spoken Word Recording for ‘Great American Documents,’ 1976).

3. Rita Moreno (actress): Oscar (‘West Side Story,’ 1961); Grammy (Best Recording for Children, ‘The Electric Company,’ 1972); Tony (‘The Ritz,’ 1975); Emmy (‘The Muppet Show,’ 1977)

4. John Gielgud (actor, director): Tony (‘Big Fish, Little Fish,’ 1961) ; Grammy ( Best Spoken Word for ‘Ages of Man,’ 1979); Oscar (‘Arthur,’ 1981); Emmy (‘Summer’s Lease,’ 1991)

5. Audrey Hepburn (actress): Oscar (‘Roman Holiday,’ 1953); Tony (‘Ondine,’ 1954); Emmy (‘Gardens of the World with Audrey Hepburn,’ 1993); Grammy (Best Spoken Word Children’s Album, ‘Audrey Hepburn’s Enchanted Tales,’ 1994)

6. Marvin Hamlisch (composer): Oscar (‘The Way We Were’ and ‘The Sting,’ 1973); Grammy (‘The Way We Were,’ 1974); Tony (1976); Emmy (‘Barbra Streisand: The Concert,’ 1995).

7. Jonathan Tunick (composer): Oscar (‘A Little Night Music,’ 1977); Emmy (‘Night of 100 Stars,’1982); Grammy (Best Musical Arrangement, ‘No One is Alone,’ 1988); Tony (Outstanding Orchestration for ‘Passion’ 1994)

8. Mel Brooks (writer, director): Oscar (Best Screenplay, ‘Bialystock and Bloom,’ 1968); Emmy (‘Mad About You,’ 1997); Grammy ( Best Spoken Comedy Album, ‘The 2000 Year Old Man in the Year 2000,’ 1998); Tony (‘The Producers,’ 2001)

9. Mike Nichols (comedian, director, producer): Grammy (‘An Evening With Mike Nichols and Elaine May,’ 1961); Tony (‘Barefoot in the Park,’ 1964); Oscar (Best Director, ‘The Graduate,’ 1967); Emmy (Director, ‘Wit,’ 2001)

10. Whoopi Goldberg (comedian, actress, host): Grammy (Best Comedy Recording, ‘Whoopi: Original Broadway Recording,’ 1985); Oscar (‘Ghost,’ 1990); Emmy (‘Beyond Tara: The Extraordinary Live of Hattie McDaniel,’ 2002); Tony (Producer, ‘Thoroughly Modern Millie,’ 2002)

* 11. Barbra Streisand (actress, singer, director): Grammy (Album Of The Year, ‘The Barbra Streisand Album,’ 1963); Emmy (‘My Name Is Barbra,’ 1965); Oscar (Best Actress, ‘Funny Girl,’ 1968); Tony (Special Award, 1970)

* 12. Liza Minnelli (actress, singer): Tony (Best Leading Actress in a Musical, ‘Flora the Red Menace,’ 1965); Oscar (Best Actress, ‘Cabaret,’ 1972); Emmy (‘Liza with a ‘Z,’ 1973); Grammy (Grammy Legend Award, 1990)

13. Trey Parker & Matt Stone (writers, actors, directors, producers)

 

 

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