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    Brayden Fitzsimmons
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    EGOT Recipients (4 competitive award)

    1. Richard Rogers (1 Oscar, 1 Emmy, 2 Grammys, 6 Tonys)
    2. Helen Hayes (2 Oscars, 1 Emmy, 1 Grammy, 2 Tonys)
    3. Rita Moreno (1 Oscar, 2 Emmys, 1 Grammy, 1 Tony)
    4. John Gielgud (2 Tonys, 1 Grammy,1 Oscar, 1 Emmy)
    5. Audrey Hepburn (1 Oscar, 1 Tony, 1 Emmy, 1 Grammy)
    6. Marvin Hamslich (4 Grammys, 3 Oscars, 1 Tony, 4 Emmys)
    7. Jonathan Tunick (1 Oscar, 1 Emmy, 1 Grammy, 1 Tony)
    8. Mel Brooks (4 Emmys, 1 Oscar, 3 Grammys, 3 Tonys)
    9. Mike Nichols (1 Grammy, 9 Tonys, 1 Oscar, 4 Emmys)
    10. Whoopi Goldberg (1 Grammy, 1 Oscar, 2 Emmys, 1 Tony)
    11. Scott Rudin (1 Emmy, 17 Tonys, 1 Oscar, 1 Grammy)
    12. Robert Lopez (3 Tonys, 2 Emmys, 3 Grammys, 2 Oscars)
    13. John Legend (11 Grammys, 1 Oscar, 1 Tony, 1 Emmy)
    14. Tim Rice (5 Grammys, 3 Tonys, 3 Oscars, Emmy)
    15. Andrew Lloyd Webber (3 Grammys, 6 Tonys, 1 Oscar, 1 Emmy)
    16. Alan Menken (8 Oscar, 11 Grammys, 1 Tony, 1 Emmy)

    Fake-got (3 competitive, 1 non-competitive)

    1. Barbra Streisand (2 Oscars, 4 Emmy, 8 Grammys, 1 non-competitive Tony)
    2. Liza Minnelli (1 Oscar, 1 Emmy, 3 Tonys, 1 non-competitive Grammy)
    3. James Earle Jones (3 Emmys, 1 Grammy, 2 Tonys, 1 non-competitive Oscar)
    4. Harry Belafonte (1 Emmy, 2 Grammys, 1 Tonys, 1 non-competitive Oscar)
    5. Quincy Jones (1 Emmy, 28 Grammys, 1 Tony, 1 non-competitive Oscar)

    Almost-EGOT (living 3 competitive)

    Missing an Emmy Award

    1. Joel Grey (1 nomination)
    2. Oscar Hammerstein II
    3. Elton John
    4. Benji Pasek (1 nomination)
    5. Justin Paul (1 nomination)
    6. Stephen Sondheim

    Missing a Grammy Award

    1. Ellen Burstyn
    2. Viola Davis
    3. Jeremy Irons (1 nomination)
    4. Glenda Jackson
    5. Jessica Lange
    6. Frances McDormand
    7. Liza Minnelli (2 nominations, 2 non-competitive honours)
    8. Al Pacino (1 nomination)
    9. Christopher Plummer (1 nomination)
    10. Vanessa Redgrave
    11. Geoffrey Rush
    12. Maggie Smith
    13. Tony Walton

    Missing an Oscar (Academy) Award

    1. Harry Belafonte (1 non-competitive award)
    2. André De Shields
    3. Cynthia Erivo (2 nominations)
    4. Anne Garefino
    5. Hugh Jackman (1 nomination)
    6. James Earl Jones (1 nomination, 1 non-competitive award)
    7. Quincy Jones (1 nomination, 1 non-competitive award)
    8. Rachel Bay Jones
    9. John Kander (2 nominations)
    10. Alex Lacamoire
    11. Cyndi Lauper
    12. Katrina Lenk
    13. Audra McDonald
    14. Bette Midler (2 nominations)
    15. Lin-Manuel Miranda (1 nomination)
    16. Cynthia Nixon
    17. Trey Parker (1 nomination)
    18. Ben Platt
    19. Billy Porter
    20. Marc Shaiman (7 nominations)
    21. Ari’el Stachel
    22. Matt Stone
    23. Charles Strouse
    24. Lily Tomlin (1 nomination)
    25. Dick Van Dyke
    26. David Yazbek

    Missing a Tony Award

    1. Julie Andrews (3 nominations)
    2. Burt Bacharach (1 nomination)
    3. Alan Bergman
    4. Marilyn Bergman
    5. Jon Blair
    6. Cher
    7. Common
    8. Michael Giacchino
    9. Alex Gibson
    10. Brian Grazer (1 nomination)
    11. Hildur Guðnadóttir
    12. Ron Howard
    13. James Moll
    14. Morgan Neville
    15. Randy Newman
    16. Trent Reznor
    17. Caitrin Rogers
    18. Atticus Ross
    19. Martin Scorsese
    20. Barbra Streisand (1 nomination, 1 non-competitive win)
    21. John Williams
    22. Kate Winslet

    EGOT nominees (4 nominations across all fields)

    1. Lynn Ahrens
    2. Alan Alda
    3. Woody Allen
    4. Kristen Anderson-Lopez
    5. Julie Andrews
    6. Alan Arkin
    7. Burt Bacharach
    8. Ellen Burstyn
    9. Keith Carradine
    10. Stockard Channing
    11. Glenn Close
    12. Cynthia Erivo
    13. Jane Fonda
    14. Morgan Freeman
    15. Brian Grazer
    16. Joel Grey
    17. Jeremy Irons
    18. Hugh Jackman
    19. James Earl Jones
    20. Quincy Jones
    21. John Kander
    22. Anna Kendrick
    23. Angela Lansbury
    24. John Lithgow
    25. Kenny Loggins
    26. Bette Midler
    27. Liza Minnelli
    28. Lin-Manuel Miranda
    29. Al Pacino
    30. Trey Parker
    31. Dolly Parton
    32. Benj Pasek
    33. Justin Paul
    34. Christopher Plummer
    35. Sidney Poitier
    36. Vanessa Redgrave
    37. Mark Ruffalo
    38. Marc Shaiman
    39. David Shire
    40. Paul Simon
    41. Glenn Slater
    42. Will Smith
    43. Tom Snow
    44. Kevin Spacey
    45. Sting
    46. Barbra Streisand
    47. Meryl Streep
    48. Lily Tomlin
    49. Stanley Tucci
    50. Denzel Washington
    51. Scott Wittman
    52. Hans Zimmer

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    Almost-EGOT (living 3 competitive) Missing an Emmy Award 3. Elton John Missing a Grammy Award 2. Viola Davis  5. Jessica Lange 6. Frances McDormand  12. Maggie Smith  Missing an Oscar (Academy) Award  5. Hugh Jackman (1 nomination) 13. Audra McDonald 14. Bette Midler (2 nominations) 15. Lin-Manuel Miranda (1 nomination) 18. Ben Platt 19. Billy Porter Missing a Tony Award  12. Ron Howard

    I only see these as having a chance.

    FYC OSCARS : VANESSA KIRBY FOR "PIECES OF A WOMAN", GLENN CLOSE FOR "HILLBILLY ELEGY", ANTHONY HOPKINS FOR "THE FATHER", CHADWICK BOSEMAN FOR "MA RAINEY'S BLACK BOTTOM", PROMISING YOUNG WOMAN (BEST ORIGINAL SCREENPLAY).

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    Lin Manuel will probably join the club for his new song in In the Heights.

    Let’s Go Bucks

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    Closer to EGOT from the first 4 nights of Creative Arts Emmys

    • • Both Reznor & Ross are now 3/4 for their Watchmen score. Only missing a Tony. It’s also eligible at the 2021 Grammys
    • • Brie Larson is how 2/4.
    • • Jasmine Cephas Jones (#FreeRayshawn) is how 2/4. She previously won the Grammy for Best Musical Theatre Album as a principal soloist on Hamilton.
    • • Labrinth is now 1/4 with his win for All For Us (Euphoria). The song (and his nominated score) are eligible at the 2021 Grammys.
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    I’m kinda surprised that Liza doesn’t have a competitive Grammy.

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    Also Anna Kendrick is not a Grammy nominee.

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    3. Woody Allen

    Yuck

    FYC OSCARS : VANESSA KIRBY FOR "PIECES OF A WOMAN", GLENN CLOSE FOR "HILLBILLY ELEGY", ANTHONY HOPKINS FOR "THE FATHER", CHADWICK BOSEMAN FOR "MA RAINEY'S BLACK BOTTOM", PROMISING YOUNG WOMAN (BEST ORIGINAL SCREENPLAY).

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    If the Dear Evan Hansen film is a huge hit, I can see Ben being a contender (maybe even win) for Best Actor.

    FYC Oscars: Chloe Zhao (Nomadland), Delroy Lindo (Da 5 Bloods), Mark Rylance (Trail of the Chicago 7), Viola Davis and Chadwick Boseman (Ma Rainey's Black Bottom), Soul (Best Picture, Best Animated Feature Film, and Best Original Screenplay)

    FYC Grammys: Circles (Album of the Year), Good News (Record and Song of the Year), Future Nostalgia (Album of the Year), Don't Start Now (Record and Song of the Year), Everything I Wanted (Record and Song of the Year)

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    easily Lin Manuel Miranda

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    I’m still in awe of how great Hildur Guðnadóttir’s 2019 was.

    Her getting 3 of the trophies in such a short time was completely impressive and not only that but also sweeping both the TV and Movie seasons.

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    I’m kinda surprised that Liza doesn’t have a competitive Grammy.

    The categories where she would’ve won (Traditional Pop, Musical Theatre, Soundtrack Compilation) weren’t created until far after her peak & Musical Theatre didn’t award any soloists until the 2010s. Then her pop album produced by Pet Shop Boys wasn’t a commercial success only in the US. She probably would have at least half a dozen from these categories.

    Also Anna Kendrick is not a Grammy nominee.

    Thought she was the for Pitch Perfect 2 soundtrack. That’s odd since none of the nominees (except for the winner) are credited for the nomination at all.

    If the Dear Evan Hansen film is a huge hit, I can see Ben being a contender (maybe even win) for Best Actor.

    He’ll probably pull a MJB, Gaga, Erivo, Leslie Odom & Andra and get dual nominated for acting & song. (Likely winning the later)

    I’m still in awe of how great Hildur Guðnadóttir’s 2019 was.

    Her getting 3 of the trophies in such a short time was completely impressive and not only that but also sweeping both the TV and Movie seasons.

    That was such a great run. Even more impressive that if she EGOTs, she’ll would’ve collected the awards in order of letters. The Joker score is also eligible for the 2021 Grammys, if she wins there it be a fantastic way to end her 18 months.

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    Ludwig Göransson’s score for The Mandalorian just won the Emmy for Music Composition. He’s now just a Tony away from EGOT

      • 2019 — Grammy, Record of the Year (“This Is America”)
      • 2019 — Grammy, Song of the Year (“This Is America”)
      • 2019 – Grammy, Best Score Soundtrack for Visual Media (“Black Panther”)
      • 2019 — Oscar, Best Original Score (“Black Panther
      • 2020 — Emmy, Outstanding Music Composition For A Series (Original Dramatic Score) (“The Mandalorian”)
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    Musicians/singers are a pretty easy bet, but considering the state of Broadway, I don’t see anyone winning a Tony anytime soon.

    Lin-Manuel Miranda will get an Oscar at some point, but for music or producing, not acting.

    Pasek + Paul will win an Emmy for something too. Probably within the next five years.

    Erivo and Jackman are just one good role away from an Oscar. Both can do it.

    Elton might win an Emmy for something weird.

    A Grammy can completely come out of nowhere, but I think the only one on the board who might have a chance is Viola Davis. Don’t ask me for what. Tony Walton can’t win a Grammy, so he’s out (unless he drops a fire mixtape sometime soon). And the rest are kinda old.

    I had no idea Anna Kendrick had a Tony nom. Didn’t expect her name to appear in a category 20+ years back.

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    • 2019 – Oscar, Best Original Song (“Black Panther

    Not to nitpick, but score.

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    but what about Helen Mirren? she has 3 Emmy awards, 1 Oscar and 1 Tony

    comedy: insecure, linda cardellini, ramy youssef, betty gilpin, yvonne orji
    drama: the handmaid's tale, steve carell, jennifer aniston, billy crudup, laura dern
    limited: unbelievable, paul mescal, kerry washington, uzo aduba, toni collette

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