EGOT Winners: Who has won an Emmy, a Grammy, an Oscar and a Tony?

By | Posted on 23-Apr-2020

EGOT Winners: Who has won an Emmy, a Grammy, an Oscar and a Tony?

As well as winning theatre awards including Olivier Awards and the Tony Awards, there’s a select few who have won categories in the four biggest ceremonies of the year. It’s considered to be achieving “EGOT” status, and it’s only earned once you’ve won an Emmy Award, a Grammy Award, an Oscar and a Tony. There’s only 15 people who’ve achieved this showbusiness feat, and we’ve listed all the EGOT winners here, as well as their notable theatre credits.

For those who have won multiple awards in one category, we’ve listed the year they won their first award. So, take a look at the composers, actors and producers that have become EGOT winners.

EGOT Winners

PersonOccupationWhen did they become an EGOT? (Year completed = bolded)Theatre credits
Andrew Lloyd Webber Composer, songwriter and producerEmmy Award (2018)
Grammy Award (1980)
Academy Award (1997)
Tony Award (1980)
Cinderella
The Phantom of the Opera
Jesus Christ Superstar
Tim RiceLyricist and producerEmmy Award (2018)
Grammy Award (1980)
Academy Award (1993)
Tony Award (1980)
Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat
Beauty and the Beast
Whoopi GoldbergActress, comedian and presenterEmmy Award (2002)
Grammy Award (1986)
Academy Award (1991)
Tony Award (2002)
Sister Act
Robert LopezSongwriterEmmy Award (2008)
Grammy Award (2012)
Academy Award (2014)
Tony Award (2004)
The Book of Mormon
Frozen
Scott RudinFilm, theatre and television producerEmmy Award (1984)
Grammy Award (2012)
Academy Award (2008)
Tony Award (1994)
The Book of Mormon
Hello, Dolly! (Broadway production)
Richard RodgersComposerEmmy Award (1962)
Grammy Award (1960)
Academy Award (1945)
Tony Award (1950)
Carousel
South Pacific
The King and I
John GielgudTwentieth-century actor and theatre directorEmmy Award (1991)
Grammy Award (1979)
Academy Award (1981)
Tony Award (1948)
Shows at the Old Vic
Gielgud Theatre renamed after John Gielgud in 1994
Marvin HamslichComposerEmmy Award (1995)
Grammy Award (1974)
Academy Award (1973)
Tony Award (1976)
A Chorus Line
Mel BrooksActor, writer and directorEmmy Award (1967)
Grammy Award (1998)
Academy Award (1968)
Tony Award (2001)
The Producers
Helen HayesActressEmmy Award (1953)
Grammy Award (1977)
Academy Award (1932)
Tony Award (1947)
Broadway revivals of plays by Anton Chekhov
Rita MorenoSinger, dancer and actressEmmy Award (1977)
Grammy Award (1972)
Academy Award (1962)
Tony Award (1975)
West Side Story
Audrey HepburnActressEmmy Award (1993)
Grammy Award (1994 – awarded posthumously)
Academy Award (1953)
Tony Award (1954)
Original Broadway production of Gigi
Ondine
Jonathan TunickComposer and conductorEmmy Award (1982)
Grammy Award (1988)
Academy Award (1977)
Tony Award (1997)
A Little Night Music
Mike NicholsComedian and directorEmmy Award (2001)
Grammy Award (1961)
Academy Award (1967)
Tony Award (1964)
Death of a Salesman (2012 Broadway production)
Angels in America
John LegendRecording artist and composerEmmy Award (2018)
Grammy Award (2006)
Academy Award (2015)
Tony Award (2017)
Jesus Christ Superstar
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