It’s the grand slam of the entertainment world: EGOT. That stands for Emmy, Grammy, Oscar, Tony and not many people have won all four awards. However, John Legend is getting close. With his 2017 Tony Award as co-producer of the Broadway play Jitney, John is just an Emmy away from the EGOT. Bette Midler is in the same boat. She earned a Tony last Sunday night for her starring role in Hello, Dolly! If Bette can win an Oscar, she’ll have her EGOT.

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I know you’re curious so here’s the list of luminaries who have completed the very impressive quadruple play and when they did it:

Richard Rodgers (composer), 1962
Helen Hayes (actress), 1977
Rita Moreno (actress/singer), 1977
John Gielgud (actor/director), 1991
Audrey Hepburn (actress), 1994
Marvin Hamlisch (composer), 1995
Jonathan Tunick (composer/conductor), 1997
Mel Brooks (writer/composer/actor), 2001
Mike Nichols (director, actor), 2001
Whoopi Goldberg (actress/host/producer), 2002
Scott Rudin (producer), 2012
Robert Lopez (composer), 2014

The following people can also claim EGOT status with their special honorary awards:

Barbra Streisand (singer/actress), 1970
Liza Minnelli (actress/singer), 1990
James Earl Jones (actor), 2011
Alan Menken (composer), 2012
Harry Belafonte (singer/actor), 2014
Quincy Jones (composer/producer), 2016