These artists are in the elusive EGOT Club

The members have won an Emmy, Grammy, Oscar AND Tony

By CNN Staff

Published February 25, 2019

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Sir Andrew Lloyd Webber, John Legend and Tim Rice

The trio became the latest EGOT winners in 2018 thanks to "Jesus Christ Superstar Live in Concert."

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John Legend

At 39, he became one of the youngest EGOT winners as well as the first African-American man to snag the honor.

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Mike Nichols

He won an Oscar for directing "The Graduate," four Emmys and nine Tony awards, most recently for his directing of "Death of a Salesman."


Richard Rodgers

The first person to ever complete an EGOT, he was known for his work with "The King and I" and "The Sound of Music."

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Helen Hayes

She took longer than anyone else to complete her EGOT. She received her two Oscars 38 years apart.

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Rita Moreno

She won her Oscar for playing Anita in "West Side Story" and one of her Emmys for appearing on "The Muppet Show."

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John Gielgud

He completed his EGOT at age 87 with an Emmy in 1991. His Oscar was for one of his most famous roles: the valet, Hobson, in "Arthur."

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Audrey Hepburn

She won her Oscar for "Roman Holiday" and her Tony when she was in her 20s. Four decades later, she completed the EGOT circuit.

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Marvin Hamlisch

He won three Oscars and one Grammy for his contributions to "The Way We Were," as well as a Tony for scoring "A Chorus Line."

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Jonathan Tunick

He finished his EGOT over the span of 20 years after receiving a Tony for the 1997 musical "Titanic."

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Mel Brooks

His "Producers" screenplay won him an Oscar as well as three Tonys and two Grammys when it was turned into a 2001 musical.

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Whoopi Goldberg

She won an Oscar for her performance in 1990's "Ghost" and one of her Emmys for outstanding talk show host on "The View."

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Scott Rudin

He won his Oscar for "No Country for Old Men" and his production of "The Book of Mormon" won him both a Tony and a Grammy.

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Robert Lopez

He is the first ever double EGOT winner. His song "Let it Go," written with his wife for "Frozen," won the Oscar for best original song.

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