Oscars #EGOT


Robert Lopez and with his wife, Kristen Anderson-Lopez, won Best Original Song for the song “Let It Go” from the movie “Frozen” at Sunday night’s Oscars. Becoming the 12th (and youngest) person ever to win an EGOT (Emmy, Grammy, Oscar, and Tony) Winning all four awards has been referred to as winning the Grand Slam of Show Business!

Fun fact: The “let it go” singer Idina Menzel was introduced to the stage by John Travolta as Adele Dazeem or Dazim whatever your prefer, at this point it does not really matter … #lol

Here’s the full list of EGOT winners:

Richard Rodgers

E: Best Original Music, Composed – “Winston Churchill: The Valiant Years,” 1962
G: Best Show Album – “The Sound of Music,” 1960
O: Best Song – “It Might as Well Be Spring” from “State Fair,” 1945
T: Best Musical – “South Pacific,” 1950

Helen Hayes

E: Best Actress – “Schlitz Playhouse of Stars,” 1953
G: Best Spoken Word Recording – “Great American Documents,” 1977
O: Best Actress – “The Sin of Madelon Claudet,” 1932
T: Best Actress, Drama – “Happy Birthday,” 1947

Rita Moreno

E: Best Supporting Actress in Variety or Music – “The Muppet Show,” 1977
G: Best Recording for Children – “The Electric Company,” 1972
O: Best Supporting Actress – “West Side Story,” 1961
T: Best Supporting Actress in a Play – “The Ritz,” 1975

John Gielgud

E: Best Actor in a Miniseries or Special – “Summer’s Lease,” 1991
G: Best Spoken Word, Documentary or Drama – “Ages of Man,” 1979
O: Best Supporting Actor – “Arthur,” 1981
T: Best Foreign Company – “The Importance of Being Earnest,” 1948

Audrey Hepburn

E: Best Informational Programming – “Gardens of the World with Audrey Hepburn,” 1993
G: Best Spoken Word Album for Children, “Audrey Hepburn’s Enchanted Tales,” 1994
O: Best Actress – “Roman Holiday,” 1953
T: Best Actress, Drama – “Ondine,” 1954

Marvin Hamlisch

E: Best Music Direction – “Barbra: The Concert,” 1995
G: Song of the Year – “The Way We Were,” 1973
O: Best Original Dramatic Score – “The Way We Were,” 1973
T: Best Musical Score – “A Chorus Line,” 1976

Jonathan Tunick

E: Best Music Direction – “Night of 100 Stars,” 1982
G: Best Arrangement Accompanying Vocals – “No One Is Alone,” 1988
O: Best Original Score – “A Little Night Music,” 1977
T: Best Orchestrations – “Titanic,” 1997

Mel Brooks

E: Best Writing, Variety – “The Sid Caesar, Imogene Coca, Carl Reiner, Howard Morris Special,” 1967
G: Best Spoken Comedy Album – “The 2000 Year Old Man in the Year 2000,” 1998
O: Best Original Screenplay – “The Producers,” 1968
T: Best Musical – “The Producers,” 2001

Mike Nichols

E: Best Directing for Miniseries, Movie or Special – “Wit,” 2001
G: Best Comedy Performance – “An Evening with Mike Nichols and Elaine May,” 1961
O: Best Director – “The Graduate,” 1967
T: Best Director, Drama – “Barefoot in the Park,” 1964

Whoopi Goldberg

E: Best Special Class Special – “Beyond Tara: The Extraordinary Life of Hattie McDaniel,” 2002 (Daytime Emmy)
G: Best Comedy Recording – “Whoopi Goldberg,” 1985
O: Best Supporting Actress – “Ghost,” 1990
T: Best Musical – “Thoroughly Modern Millie,” 2002

Scott Rudin

E: Best Children’s Program – “He Makes Me Feel Like Dancin’,” 1984
G: Best Musical Theater Album – “The Book of Mormon,” 2012
O: Best Picture – “No Country for Old Men,” 2007
T: Best Musical – “Passion,” 1994

Robert Lopez

E: Best Music Direction and Composition, “The Wonder Pets,” 2008 (Daytime Emmy)
G: Best Musical Theater Album – “The Book of Mormon,” 2012
O: Best Original Song – “Let It Go” from “Frozen,” 2014
T: Best Original Score – “Avenue Q,” 2004