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  • Chris Beachum
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    Here is the complete list of 12 Grand Slam (EGOT) awards winners as of March, 2014 (listed in chronological order by the year achieved).

    GRAND SLAM AWARD WINNERS (EMMY, GRAMMY, OSCAR, TONY):

    RICHARD ROGERS (Oscar 45, Tony 50, Grammy 60, Emmy 62)

    HELEN HAYES (Oscar 32, Tony 47, Emmy 53, Grammy 76)

    RITA MORENO (Oscar 61, Grammy 72, Tony 75, Emmy 77)

    JOHN GIELGUD (Tony 61, Grammy 79, Oscar 81, Emmy 91)

    MARVIN HAMLISCH (Oscar 73, Grammy 74, Tony 76, Emmy 92)

    MEL BROOKS (Emmy 67, Oscar 68, Grammy 98, Tony 01)

    AUDREY HEPBURN (Oscar 53, Tony 54, Grammy 93, Emmy 93)

    JONATHAN TUNICK (Oscar 77, Emmy 82, Grammy 88, Tony 97)

    WHOOPI GOLDBERG (Grammy 85, Oscar 90, Tony 02, Daytime Emmy 01)

    MIKE NICHOLS (Grammy 61, Tony 64, Oscar 67, Emmy 01)

    SCOTT RUDIN (Emmy 84, Tony 94, Oscar 07, Grammy 12)

    ROBERT LOPEZ (Tony 04, Daytime Emmy 08, Grammy 12, Oscar 13)

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    Chris Beachum
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    This is the list I created of 68 people who have three parts of the GRAND SLAM. Of course, some of them have passed away, but I’ve listed them anyway. They are listed below by the award they are missing (and the year they first won each award).  Alan Menken, Christopher Plummer, Trey Parker, Matt Stone, Anne Garefino, Martin Scorsese and Kate Winslet have joined this list in recent years.  If you see any mistakes or notice anybody that should be added, please comment in this thread.

     


    MISSING AN ACADEMY AWARD (20):

    HARRY BELAFONTE (Tony 54, Grammy 60, Emmy 60)

    LEONARD BERNSTEIN (Tony 53, Emmy 57, Grammy 61)

    MARTIN
    CHARNIN (Emmy 71, Tony 77, Grammy 77)

    CY COLEMAN (Emmy 75, Tony 78, Grammy 91)

    FRED EBB (Grammy 67, Tony 67, Emmy 73)

    ANNE GAREFINO (Emmy 05, Tony 11, Grammy 12)

    JULIE HARRIS (Tony 52, Emmy 59, Grammy 77)

    JAMES EARL JONES (Tony 69, Grammy 76, Emmy 91)

    JOHN KANDER (Grammy 67, Tony 67, Emmy 73)

    CYNDI
    LAUPER (Grammy 84, Emmy 95, Tony 13)

    LIN-MANUEL MIRANDA (Tony 08, Grammy 09, Emmy 14)

    JOHN
    MCDANIEL (Grammy 99, Tony 99, Daytime Emmy 01)

    CYNTHIA NIXON (Emmy 04, Tony 06, Grammy 08)

    TREY PARKER (Emmy 05, Tony 11, Grammy 12)

    MARC
    SHAIMAN (Emmy 92, Grammy 02, Tony 03)

    BILL SHERMAN (Grammy 09, Tony 09, Daytime Emmy 11)

    MATT STONE (Emmy 05, Tony 11, Grammy 12)

    CHARLES
    STROUSE (Tony 61, Grammy 77, Emmy 96)

    LILY
    TOMLIN (Grammy 71, Emmy 74, Tony 86)

    DICK VAN DYKE (Tony 61, Grammy 64, Emmy 64)

    JAMES WHITMORE (Tony 48, Grammy 75, Emmy 00)

    MISSING AN EMMY AWARD (10):

    HENRY FONDA (Tony 48, Grammy 76, Oscar 81)

    OSCAR HAMMERSTEIN (Oscar 41, Tony 50, Grammy 60)

    ELTON JOHN (Grammy 91, Oscar 94, Tony 00)

    ALAN LERNER (Tony 57, Oscar 58, Grammy 65)

    FRANK LOESSER (Oscar 49, Tony 51, Grammy 61)

    ALAN
    MENKEN (Oscar 90, Grammy 91, Tony 12)

    TIM RICE (Grammy 80, Tony 80, Oscar 92)

    STEPHEN SONDHEIM (Tony 63, Grammy 70, Oscar 90)

    JULE STYNE (Oscar 54, Tony 57, Grammy 64)

    ANDREW LLOYD WEBBER (Grammy 80, Tony 80, Oscar 96)

    MISSING A TONY AWARD (17):

    JOHN ADDISON (Oscar 63, Grammy 64, Emmy 85)

    JULIE ANDREWS (Grammy 64, Oscar 64, Emmy 73)

    BURT BACHARACH (Grammy 67, Oscar 69, Emmy 71)

    ALAN BERGMAN (Oscar 68, Grammy 74, Emmy 77)

    MARILYN BERGMAN (Oscar 68, Grammy 74, Emmy 77)

    GEORGE BURNS (Oscar 75, Grammy 90, Emmy 90)

    CHER (Oscar 87, Grammy 99, Emmy 03)

    MICHAEL
    GIACCHINO (Emmy 05, Grammy 08, Oscar 10)

    JAMES MOLL (Emmy 96, Oscar 98, Grammy 12)

    RANDY NEWMAN (Grammy 84, Emmy 91, Oscar 01)

    SID
    RAMIN (Grammy 61, Oscar 61, Daytime Emmy 82)

    MARTIN SCORSESE (Grammy 05, Oscar 06, Emmy 11)

    BARBRA
    STREISAND (Grammy 63, Emmy 65, Oscar 68, Honorary Tony doesn’t count)

    PETER USTINOV (Emmy 58, Grammy 59, Oscar 60)

    JOHN WILLIAMS (Emmy 69, Oscar 72, Grammy 75)

    ROBIN WILLIAMS (Grammy 87, Emmy 87, Oscar 97)

    KATE
    WINSLET (Grammy 00, Oscar 08, Emmy 11)

    MISSING A GRAMMY AWARD (21):

    JACK ALBERTSON (Tony 65, Oscar 68, Emmy 75)

    ANNE BANCROFT (Tony 58, Oscar 62, Emmy 70)

    INGRID BERGMAN (Oscar 44, Tony 47, Emmy 60)

    SHIRLEY BOOTH (Tony 49, Oscar 52, Emmy 62)

    RALPH BURNS (Oscar 72, Emmy 80, Tony 99)

    ELLEN BURSTYN (Oscar 75, Tony 75, Emmy 09)

    MELVYN
    DOUGLAS (Tony 60, Oscar 63, Emmy 68)

    BOB FOSSE (Tony 55, Oscar 72, Emmy 73)

    JEREMY IRONS (Tony 84, Oscar 90, Emmy 97)

    LIZA MINNELLI (Tony 65, Oscar 72, Emmy 73, Honorary Grammy doesn’t count)

    THOMAS MITCHELL (Oscar 39, Tony 53, Emmy 53)

    AL PACINO (Tony 60, Oscar 92, Emmy 04)

    CHRISTOPHER
    PLUMMER (Tony 74, Emmy 77, Oscar 11)

    VANESSA REDGRAVE (Oscar 77, Emmy 81, Tony 03)

    JASON ROBARDS (Tony 59, Oscar 76, Emmy 88)

    GEOFFREY
    RUSH (Oscar 96, Emmy 05, Tony 09)

    PAUL SCOFIELD (Tony 62, Oscar 66, Emmy 69)

    MAGGIE SMITH (Oscar 69, Tony 90, Emmy 03)

    MAUREEN STAPLETON (Tony 51, Emmy 68, Oscar 81)

    JESSICA TANDY (Tony 48, Emmy 88, Oscar 89)

    TONY WALTON (Tony 73, Oscar 79, Emmy 86)


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    Jose Manuel Garcia
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    it will be great if we could distinguish who can still get the EOGT and who is unfortunatelly already death… maybe using “bold” in the living… 

    Anyway great job 🙂

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    24Emmy
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    #436313

    We can add Eninem, Martin Scorsese, and Kate Winslet to the list of people who are just missing a Tony Award.

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    Morgan Henard
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    We can add Eninem, Martin Scorsese, and Kate Winslet to the list of people who are just missing a Tony Award.

    I checked multiple sources and couldn’t find where Eminem has even been nominated for an Emmy.  He has one Oscar and 13 Grammys, so he still needs wins for the Emmy and Tony. 

    –Morgan 

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    24Emmy
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    I guess he wasn’t credited as a producer for Best Commercial. Oh well.

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    bsbfn224
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    he won a creative arts emmy for his role in chrysler’s superbowl commercial

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    TV12
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    Eminem should make “8 Mile” into some kind of musical and then he could win a Tony. And then I would be happy.

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    TV12
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    #436318

    Actually, I just checked, but Eminem does not officially have an Emmy Award. The Emmy is awarded to the Ad Agency and the Production Company but not any individual. You got me all excited!!!

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    Trent
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    SCOTT RUDIN can now be added to the list of EGOT-ers!

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    Chris Beachum
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    By Tom O’Neil
    Feb 12 2012 | 16:49 pm
    It’s been 10 years since anyone joined the pantheon of people who’ve won the EGOT (Emmy, Grammy, Oscar, Tony), but now Scott Rudin is among the immortals who include Mel Brooks, John Gielgud, Whoopi Goldberg, Marvin Hamlisch, Helen Hayes, Audrey Hepburn, Rita Moreno, Mike Nichols, Richard Rodgers and Jonathan Tunick.

    Rudin just won a Grammy for producing Best Musical Theater Album (“Book of Mormon”). Previously, Rudin won a Tony for producing Best Musical “Book of Mormon” on Broadway in addition to Tonys for “The History Boys” (Best Play, 2006), “Doubt” (Best Play, 2005), “The Goat, or Who Is Sylvia?” (Best Play 2002), “Copenhagen” (Best Play, 2000) and “Passion” (Best Musical, 1994).

    He won an Oscar for producing Best Picture “No Country for Old Men” (2007) and an Emmy for Best Children’s Program “He Makes Me Feel Like Dancing” (1984).

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    adamunc
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    Trey Parker and Matt Stone are now missing only the Oscar. They have several Emmys for South Park, several Tonys for various functions on The Book of Mormon, and last night BOM won the Grammy for Musical Show Album.

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    Chris Beachum
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    Added Parker and Stone to the list still needing an Oscar.

    Anybody else missing from any of these lists??

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    Trent
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    South Park/Book of Mormon producer Anne Garefino needs only an Academy Award to complete the EGOT as well.

    I’m not sure, but composer Robert Lopez may be in the same position.

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    Irishmovielover4ever
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    Anne Garefino only needs an oscar.

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