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    Daniel Montgomery
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    Playing Judy Garland won Judy Davis an Emmy, earned Tracie Bennett a Tony nomination, and now might get Renee Zellweger an Oscar nomination or win. I imagine at least a couple of Shakespearean roles have pulled off that hat trick, but it seems like it would be a rare feat. How many roles have done it?

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    Playing Carrie Watts in The Trip to Bountiful won Geraldine Page an Oscar and earned Cicely Tyson a Tony as well as an Emmy nomination.

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    Queen Eleanor from The Lion in Winter got Rosemary Harris a Tony, Katherine Hepburn an Oscar and Glenn Close an Emmy nomination

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    Helen Mirren won an Oscar for playing Queen Elizabeth II in The Queen and later won a Tony for playing her in The Audience. Claire Foy won an Emmy for portraying her in The Crown, and Olivia Colman is already being predicted to do the same this next season.

    Let’s Go Bucks

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    My first instinct was “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?”…but the National Theatre Live broadcast (featuring Imelda Staunton and Conleth Hill) did not earn any Emmy nominations.

    Still the play has an impressive awards history.

    Martha earned an Oscar for Elizabeth Taylor and a Tony for Uta Hagen. Additional Tony nominations were earned by Amy Morton, Kathleen Turner, and Colleen Dewhurst.

    George earned Tracy Letts and Arthur Hill Tonys. Additional Tony noms were earned by Ben Gazzara and Bill Iwrin. Richard Burton was Oscar nominated.

    Honey earned Sandy Dennis an Oscar. Tony nominations were earned by Carrie Coon, Mireille Enos, and Melinda Dillon.

    Nick earned a Tony nom for David Harbour and Oscar nom for George Segal.

    This season’s Broadway revival could increase this tally with Laurie Metcalf, Rupert Everett, Patsy Ferran, and Russell Tovey.

    Now someone make a TV movie and get that Emmy!

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    Not just Judy Davis, but Tammy Blanchard also won an Emmy as (young) Judy. So that’s a bonus for the role of Judy Garland and this list. Plus it was the same film/same year, which is fun for trivia. Like Winslet who got Oscar nominated in a combo like this twice.

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    What about the Streecar Named Desire roles? I’m too lazy to check right now but 3 won Oscars and I know Lange and at least Baldwin got Emmy nods. Don’t know about Tonys.

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    And on the topic of Judy: Isabel Keating was also Tony nominated for playing Judy Garland in “The Boy From Oz.”

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    Blanchett has 2 nods for Elizabeth I, Judi Dench won for the role (again, same year as Blanchett) and Mirren and Glenda Jackson won Emmys for it. Did the role ever go to Broadway?

    And if you’re counting nominations, Glenda Jackson earned multiple Emmy noms for this role that same year. Don’t remember why.

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    What about the Streecat Named Desire roles? I’m too lazy to check right now but 3 won Oscars and I know Lange and at least Baldwin got Emmy nods. Don’t know about Tonys.

    Here it is.

    Stanley Kowalski

    Alec Baldwin, Emmy
    Marlon Brando, Oscar
    Alec Baldwin, Tony

    Blanche DuBois

    Jessica Lange, Emmy
    Ann-Margret, Emmy
    Vivien Leigh, Oscar**
    Jessica Tandy, Tony**
    Blythe Danner, Tony

    Stella Kowalski

    Beverly D’Angelo, Emmy
    Kim Hunter, Oscar**
    Amy Ryan, Tony
    Frances McDormand, Tony

    Harold Mitchell

    John Goodman, Emmy
    Randy Quaid, Emmy
    Karl Malden, Oscar**

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    Viola Davis won an Oscar and a Tony for the same role. Even though she 100% deserved both, that was easy and very calculated

    Cynthia Erivo won a Tony and an Emmy for The Color Purple as well. The same role that almost gave the Oscar to Whoopi Goldberg in 1985

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    The same role that almost gave the Oscar to Whoopi Goldberg in 1985

    If Whoopi won in 1985, will she get another for Ghost?

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    If Whoopi won in 1985, will she get another for Ghost?

    Hell no

    No black woman has ever won 2 Oscars and even getting a sophomore nom is a struggle

    Besides, her Ghost performance was far from undeniable. It was good, funny and entertaining but nothing incredible. I don’t think the Academy would have rushed to give her a 2nd one so quickly (or ever)

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    Yeah. Lorraine Bracco probably would’ve taken that. It would’ve been a great win too. I think Goodfellas would’ve helped her beat Bening who I would asume was 3rd. Since Ghost was a BP nominee and won screenplay, Whoppi still gets nominated.

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    Sweeney Todd got a Tony for Len Cariou, an Emmy for George Hearn and an Oscar nomination for Johnny Depp.

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