Only 11 artists have won what is popularly referred to as the EGOT, but was originally known as the Grand Slam of show business awards: the Emmy, Grammy, Oscar, and Tony. Tina Fey made the acronym -- coined back in the 1980s by Philip Michael Thomas of "Miami Vice" -- famous in a 2009 episode of "30 Rock." While moviedom's top prize -- the Oscar -- dates back to 1927, two of the other kudos came about in the 1940s (Tonys, Emmys) while the first Grammys were not awarded till 1959.
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