10 celebrities who are only at a price of one EGOT

  • An EGOT (Emmy, Grammy, Oscar, Tony) is one of the most prestigious achievements of the fine arts industry.

  • Only 15 actors, singers, directors and songwriters won all four awards.

  • The following 10 people are people who are at a price of club membership.

The prestigious EGOT – awarded to those who have won an Emmy, Grammy, Oscar and Tony – could be considered the pinnacle of success.
Currently, only 15 artists have this honor, including singer-songwriter Richard Rodgers, actress Rita Moreno of "West Side Story", actress Audrey Hepburn and, more recently, John Legend, who joined the elusive circle after winning a Creative Arts Emmy in 2018 for his film. role as executive producer of "Jesus Christ Superstar Live in Concert."Currently, 15 thespians, singers, and songwriters can add winning EGOTs to their resumes.
However, there are 10 stars that are only an honor of guild initiation.

Viola Davis is just a Grammy from an EGOT.

The performance of Viola Davisof Annalize Keating in "How to Get Rid of Murder" earned her an Emmy and she won a Tony Award for her work in "King Hedley II" and "Fences"."As a result, she also won an Oscar for her role in the film version of" Fences."The athlete from South Carolina only needs a Grammy to sign up for the club.

The EGOT status of Cynthia Nixon lacks the Oscar.

Acting Governor, Cynthia Nixon, played Miranda Hobbes for six seasons in the HBO series "Sex and the City". She won a Primetime Emmy Award during the last season in 2004. She lent her voice to the audio version of her book on Global Warming by Al Gore "An Inconvenient Truth,"For which he won a Grammy. In 2006 and 2017, she won Tony's Best Actress and Best Actress in a play for her roles in Rabbit Hole and The Little Foxes, respectively. All that is missing? The golden statue

After nearly 60 years in the spotlight, Elton John has never won an Emmy.

It can not be denied that Elton John is one of the most popular singers of all time. He wrote and lent his voice to "Can You Feel The Love Tonight" of "The Lion King" of 1994. This earned him an Oscar for the best original song and his musical arrangement for "Aida" earned him the # 39 to be named Tony. The pianist owns the entire Grammy trophy cabinet, including winning one for the rewriting of "Candle in the Wind 1997", a piece that he modified to pay tribute to the late Princess Diana in 1997.
John announced that he would pull out music at the end of his current tour, but who knows there will be an Emmy in his future.

Director Martin Scorsese only needs one Tony to join his team mate Mike Nichols.

Martin Scorsese has an Emmy for "Boardwalk Empire" from HBO, as well as a Grammy for the "American Masters: No Direction Home" clip. After being named five times without a win, he finally won an Oscar in 2006 for his directorial efforts. in "The Departed". Scorsese is just a Tony away from an EGOT.

The singer Cher would need a relay on Broadway to become the No. 16 EGOT winner.

Cher gained popularity in the mid-1960s as half of the husband-wife Sonny & Cher couple. Her Grammy did not come until years later, in 1998, when she won a place for "Believe". Barely ten years ago, she was officially awarded an Oscar for her role in "Moonstruck". Finally, the native of California won an Emmy in 2003, for her special TV show "Cher: The Farewell Tour".

All Jeremy Irons has won is a Grammy.

Disney aficionados recognize Jeremy Irons the antagonist Scar in "The Lion King"."The English actor has never won awards for this iconic performance. However, Iron fans know that he has won an Academy Award for "Reversal of Fortune," two Emmys for "Elizabeth I" and "The Great War and the Shaping of the Twentieth Century," as well as 39, a Tony for "The Real Thing". Irons just need a Grammy for an EGOT.

Al Pacino is a Grammy short film of the prestigious EGOT.

With a career spanning five decades, Al Pacino's home must be decorated with more trophies than the New Yorker can count on. The only thing missing is a Grammy. The star of "The Godfather" has an Oscar for Scent of a Woman, two Emmys for "You Do not Know Jack" and "Angels in America" ​​and two Tonys for "Pavlo Hummel's Basic Training" and "Do a Tiger Wear a tie?

Julie Andrews has not yet managed to boast of EGOT.

Lady Julie Andrews has been playing an important role in Hollywood for a long time. Her legendary role as the main character of "Mary Poppins" in 1964 earned her an Oscar. Andrews then won the Emmys Award for "The Julie Andrews Hour" and "Broadway: The American Musical". She had already won a Grammy in 1965 for the recording of her children "Mary Poppins,But she has won two more for "Julie Andrews' collection of poems, songs and lullabies" and an award for excellence in all of her accomplishments. The only thing that stops here from an EGOT? There is no Tony attached to his name.
After undergoing a poorly managed throat operation forcing her to retire early more than 20 years ago, she turned her attention to other projects. Andrews could still have an EGOT if she did a relay on Broadway.

Kate Winslet only misses a Tony.

Kate Winslet is perhaps best known for her role in "Titanic," but she has done much more than that. The English actress has been nominated seven times at the Oscars, once in 2009 for "The Reader". She also won an Emmy for "Mildred Pierce" and a Grammy for "Listen to the Storyteller" word project. All that is missing from its EGOT potential is a Tony award.

A Grammy with the name of Jessica Lange would give it EGOT status.

Artists with Oscars, Tonys and Emmy Awards and no Grammy are considered the triple crown of the acting game. Another feat, and it is a feat that Jessica Lange can claim to be his. She has Oscars for "Tootsie and Blue Sky", Emmys for "Gray Gardens", "American Horror Story" and "American Horror Story: Coven", and a Tony for "Long Day's Journey Ino Night".
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