Rita Moreno, actress
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EGOT winners

Rita Moreno, actress

Emmy: Supporting actress in variety or musical for “The Muppet Showin 1977 | Grammy: Recording for children for 1972’s “The Electric Company” | Oscar: Supporting actress for 1961’s “West Side Story” | Tony: Featured or supporting actress in a play for 1975’s “The Ritz”

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Andrew Lloyd Webber, John Legend and Tim Rice

From left: Composer Andrew Lloyd Webber, singer-songwriter John Legend and lyricist Tim Rice became EGOT members at the same time when they shared the Emmy for variety special for “Jesus Christ Superstar Live in Concert,” at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles on Sept. 9, 2018. 

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Whoopi Goldberg, comedian/actress/producer

Emmy: Outstanding talk show host for “The View” (2009) | Grammy: Best comedy recording for 1985’s “Whoopi Goldberg: Direct from Broadway” | Oscar: Supporting actress for 1990’s “Ghost” | Tony: Musical (as a producer of) 2002’s “Thoroughly Modern Millie

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Mel Brooks, writer/director/actor

Emmy: Writing achievement in variety for 1967’s “The Sid Caesar, Imogene Coca, Carl Reiner, Howard Morris Special” | Grammy: Spoken comedy album for 1998’s “The 2000 Year Old Man in the Year 2000" | Oscar: Original screenplay for 1968’s "The Producers” | Tony: Book of a musical for 2001’s “The Producers”

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Robert Lopez (seen with wife and frequent collaborator Kristen Anderson-Lopez), composer

Emmy: Music direction and composition for 2008’s “Wonder Pets” | Grammy: Musical Theater Album Grammy for “The Book of Mormon: Original Broadway Cast Recording”  | Oscar: Original song for “Let It Go” from 2014’s “Frozen” (with Kristen Anderson-Lopez) | Tony: Score for 2004’s “Avenue Q”

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Audrey Hepburn, actress

Emmy: Individual achievement, informational programming in 1993’s “Gardens of the World With Audrey Hepburn” | Grammy: Spoken word album for children for 1992’s “Audrey Hepburn’s Enchanted Tales” | Oscar: Lead actress for 1953’s “Roman Holiday” | Tony: Actress in a drama for 1954’s "Ondine”

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Mike Nichols, director

Emmy: Directing for a miniseries, movie or a dramatic special for 2001’s "Wit” | Grammy: Comedy performance for 1961’s “An Evening With Mike Nichols and Elaine May” | Oscar: Directing for 1967’s “The Graduate” | Tony: Directing, dramatic for 1964’s “Barefoot in the Park”

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John Gielgud, actor

Emmy: Lead actor in a miniseries or special for 1991’s “Summer’s Lease” | Grammy: Spoken word, documentary or drama recording for 1979’s “Ages of Man” | Oscar: Supporting actor for 1981’s “Arthur” | Tony: Outsanding foreign company in 1948’s “The Importance of Being Earnest”


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Scott Rudin, producer

Emmy: Children’s program for 1984’s “He Makes Me Feel Like Dancin’” | Grammy: Musical theater album for 2012’s “The Book of Mormon: Original Broadway Cast Recording” | Oscar: Picture for 2007’s “No Country for Old Men” | Tony: Musical for 1994’s "Passion”

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Marvin Hamlisch, composer

Emmy: Music direction Emmy for 1995’s “Barbra: The Concert” | Grammy: Song of the year for 1973’s “The Way We Were” and others | Oscar: Music, original dramatic score for the 1973 film “The Way We Were” | Tony: Music score for 1976’s “A Chorus Line”

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Richard Rodgers, composer

Emmy: Score for 1962’s “Winston Churchill: The Valiant Years” | Grammy: Best show album for 1960’s “The Sound of Music” | Oscar: Song for 1950’s “It Might as Well Be Spring” from “State Fair” | Tony: Score for 1950’s “South Pacific" 

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Helen Hayes, actress

Emmy: Actress for 1953’s “Schlitz Playhouse of Stars” | Grammy: Spoken word recording for 1977’s “Great American Documents” | Oscar: Lead actress for 1932’s “The Sin of Madelon Claudet” (the picture here is from 1970’s “Airport,” for which Hayes, right, won the supporting actress award) | Tony: Dramatic actress for 1947’s “Happy Birthday”

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Jonathan Tunick, orchestrator

Emmy: Music direction for 1982’s “Night of 100 Stars” | Grammy: Instrumental arrangement for 1988’s “No One Is Alone,” performed by Cleo Laine | Oscar: Original song for 1977’s “A Little Night Music” | Tony: Orchestrations for 1997’s “Titanic” (pictured)

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