Ahead of Sunday's Oscars, Find Out Which Stars Are Members of the EGOT Club
Legend cemented his status in 2018 at the Creative Arts Emmy Awards for producing Jesus Christ Superstar Live. The 39-year-old already had a whopping 10 Grammy Awards to his name and took home an Oscar in 2015 for his song “Glory” featured in Selma. The singer also won a Tony in 2017 for his role as a co-producer for the production of Jitney.
In an Instagram post honoring his fellow winners (and fellow newly minted EGOTs) Sir Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice, he wrote, "So happy to be part of this team. So honored they trusted me to play Jesus Christ. So amazed to be in such rarefied air. #EGOT"
And as if he weren't decorated enough, the star - who also won the most recent season of The Voice - was crowned PEOPLE's Sexiest Man Alive in 2019, leading Blake Shelton to deliver him a pair of bedazzled booty shorts reading "VEGOTSMA."
SIR ANDREW LLOYD WEBBER
Broadway legend Webber won an Oscar in 1996 for Evita, plus multiple Grammys and Tonys. His EGOT came alongside legend in 2018 at the Creative Arts Emmys, for his production work on Jesus Christ Superstar Live. The Brit said he was "honored" to win the Emmy for this work.
The longtime Webber collaborator also picked up his Emmy and subsequent EGOT in September 2018 for Jesus Christ Superstar Live. Just like his colleague, he won an Oscar in 1996 for Evita, plus multiple Grammys and Tonys.
In 2002, Goldberg achieved EGOT status — winning an Emmy, Grammy, Oscar and Tony over the course of her career — cementing her new title when she won a Tony for Thoroughly Modern Millie. She also took home a Daytime Emmy that same year.
It took 41 years for the legendary actress to reach EGOT status. Hepburn officially joined Hollywood heavyweights with the same honor in 1994, when she won the Grammy for best spoken word album for children for Audrey Hepburn's Enchanted Tales.
The lauded director earned the coveted title in 2001 when he scored a whopping two Emmys for his TV movie, Wit.
The composer became the first-ever EGOT winner in 1962, when his musical drama, No Strings, scooped up a Tony, Grammy and Emmy. (He previously won a Best Original Song Oscar in 1945.)
It took Hamlisch 23 years to reach EGOT status. The composer achieved the honor after recieving two Emmys for Barbra: The Concert.
Hayes became the first woman to earn the honor in 1977, earning the title after her Grammy win for best spoken word recording for Great American Documents.
Reaching EGOT status in 1990, Minnelli cemented her place in Hollywood's cool kids club with a Grammy Legend Award.
Tied with Mike Nichols for being an EGOT-holder with the most awards (14) in the four categories, the producer recieved his fourth distinction in 2012 — earning a Grammy for best musical theater album for The Book of Mormon: Original Broadway Cast Recording.
The actor recieved his fourth award, an honorary Oscar, in 2014. He has recieved a total of six awards in the four categories over the course of his career.
Not only is Lopez the youngest EGOT recipient, but the songwriter is also the fastest to complete Hollywood's highest honor. Lopez earned his fourth distinction in 2014 when he won an Oscar for Frozen's "Let It Go."
The composer and conductor completed his grand slam in 1997, earning his first-ever Tony for best orchestrations for Titanic.
JAMES EARL JONES
Having sweeped the three other EGOT categories, Jones was awarded an honorary Oscar in 2011.
With an impressive list of wins to his name — including two Oscars and three Grammys for 1991's Beauty and the Beast — Menken completed his EGOT status in 2012, earning a Tony for Newsies.
In 1970, Streisand took home her fourth award, an honorary Tony.
Having recieved six awards in the four categories over the course of his career, the actor officially earned EGOT status in 1991 for his performance in Summer's Lease.
Moreno is the second-fastest (after Robert Lopez) to complete an EGOT sweep and the first-ever Latino star to earn the honor. It took the actress 16 years to earn the title, scooping up an Emmy in 1977 for her performance in The Muppet Show.
Brooks became an EGOT recipient 34 years into his career, winning the honor after he scooped up three Tonys in 2001 for The Producers.