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Poll: EGOT Recipients

EGOT refers to people who've received all the four major American entertainment awards; Emmy, Grammy, Oscar and Tony. Of the 15 people who've made this remarkable achievement, who's your favorite?

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    Richard Rodgers, Ethel Merman, Tony Awards tribute, 1972, **I.V.

    Richard Rodgers Emmy: 1962, Original Music Composer Grammy: 1960 and 1962, Best Show Albums Oscar: 1945, Best Song Tony: 10 awards for music between 1950 and 1979
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    "Academy Awards: 44th Annual," Helen Hayes, 1972.

    Helen Hayes Emmy: 1953, Best Actress Grammy: 1977, Best Spoken Words Recoring Oscar: 1932 and 1970, Best Supporting Actress Tony: 1947 and 1958, Best Actress, and Lifetime Achievement Award in 1980
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    Rita Moreno

    Rita Moreno Emmy: 1977, Best Supporting Actress and 1978, Best Lead Actress Grammy: 1972, Best Recording for Children Oscar: 1961, Best Supporting Actress Tony: 1975, Best Supporting Actress
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    John Gielgud in Gandhi (1982)

    John Gielgud Emmy: 1991, Best Lead Actor in a Miniseries or Special Grammy: 1979, Best Spoken Word Oscar: 1981, Best Supporting Actor Tony: 1948, Foreign Company, 1961, Best Director of Drama and special achievement award in 1959
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    33-1024 Audrey Hepburn C. 1953

    Audrey Hepburn Emmy: 1993, Outstanding Individual Achievement Grammy: 1994, Best Spoken Word Album for Children Oscar: 1953, Best Actress and special Humanitarian Award in 1993 Tony: 1954, Best Actress in a Drama and special achievement awards in 1968
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    Marvin Hamlisch

    Marvin Hamlisch Emmy: Four awards for achievements in music, lyrics and direction between 1995 and 2001 Grammy: 1974, four awards for song, artist, pop performance and original score album Oscar: 1973, three awards for song, score and song score Tony: 1976, Best Musical Score
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    A Little Night Music (1977)

    Jonathan Tunick Emmy: 1982, Music Direction Grammy: 1988, Best Instrumental Arrangement Oscar: 1977, Best Original Song Score Tony: 1997, Best Orchestration
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    Mel Brooks in To Be or Not to Be (1983)

    Mel Brooks Emmy: 1967, Best Writing, 1997, 1998 and 1999, Best Guest Actor Grammy: 1998, Best Spoken Comedy Album, 2002, Best Music Video and Best Musical Show Album Oscar: 1968, Best Writing Tony: 2001, three awards for writing, score and musical
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    Mike Nichols at an event for Closer (2004)

    Mike Nichols Emmy: 2001 and 2004, four awards for directing and producing Grammy: 1961, Best Comedy Performance Oscar: 1967, Best Director Tony: 10 awards between 1964 and 2012 for directing and writing
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    Whoopi Goldberg

    Whoopi Goldberg Emmy: 2002, Outstanding Special, 2009, Outstanding Talk Show Host, and special Governors Award in 1997 Grammy: 1985, Best Comedy Recording Oscar: 1990, Best Supporting Actress Tony: 2002, Best Musical
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    Scott Rudin

    Scott Rudin Emmy: 1984, Outstanding Children's Program Grammy: 2012, Best Musical Theater Album Oscar: 2007, Best Picture Tony: 8 awards between 1994 and 2012 for musicals and writing
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    Robert Lopez Emmy: 2008 and 2010, Outstanding Achievement in Music Direction and Composition Grammy: 2012, Best Musical Theater Album Oscar: 2014, Best Original Song Tony: 2004, Best Score, 2011, Best Book of a Musical and Best Score
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    Barbra Streisand at an event for The Guilt Trip (2012)

    Barbra Streisand Emmy: four awards between 1965 and 2001 for variety music performances Grammy: 8 awards between 1964 and 1995 for albums, songs and vocal performances, a Grammy Legend Award and a Lifetime Achievement Award Oscar: 1968, Best Actress, 1977, Best Song Tony: 1970, Special Award
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    Liza Minnelli

    Liza Minnelli Emmy: 1973, Outstanding Single Program Grammy: 1990, Special Grammy Legend Awards Oscar: 1972, Best Actress Tony: 1965 and 1978, Best Leading Actress in a Musical, 1974, Special Award
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    James Earl Jones

    James Earl Jones Emmy: 1991, Lead Actor and Supporting Actor, 2000 Outstanding Children's Special Performer Grammy: 1977, Best Spoken Word Recording Oscar: 2011, Honorary Award Tony: 1969 and 1987, Best Leading Actor

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