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Emmy: Excellent Achievement in Unique Music Composed, "Winston Churchill: The Valiant Years" (1962)

Grammy: Greatest Present Album, "The Sound of Music" (1960); Greatest Original Forged Show Album, "No Strings" (1962)

Oscar: Finest Track, "It Would possibly As Well Be Spring" from "State Fair" (1945)

Tony: three for "South Pacific" (1950); one each for "The King and I" (1952), "The Sound of Music" (1960) and "No Strings" (1962)

Helen Hayes, actress (1900 - 1993)

Emmy: Greatest Actress, "Schlitz Playhouse of Stars: Not a Likelihood" (1953)

Grammy: Greatest Spoken Word Recording, "Nice American Documents" (1977)

Oscar: Finest Actress, "The Sin of Madelon Claudet (1932); Greatest Supporting Actress, "Airport" (1970)

Tony: Best Actress in a Drama, "Joyful Birthday" (1947); Best Actress in a Drama, "Time Remembered" (1958)

Rita Moreno, actress (1931 -)

Emmy: Supporting Actress, Selection or Music, "The Muppet Present" (1977); Lead Actress for Single Appearance in a Comedy or Drama, "The Rockford Information" (1978)

Grammy: Greatest Recording for Children, "The Electrical Compan" (1972)

Oscar: Greatest Supporting Actress, "West Side Story" (1961)

Tony: Greatest Supporting Actress in a Play, "The Ritz" (1975)

John Gielgud, actor (1904 - 2000)

Emmy: Greatest Actor in a Miniseries or Particular, "Summer's Lease (1991)

Grammy: Best Spoken World Album, "Ages of Man" (1979)

Oscar: Greatest Supporting Actor, "Arthur" (1981)

Tony: Outstanding Foreign Company, "The Significance of Being Earnest" (1948); Best Director of a Drama, "Massive Fish, Little Fish" (1961)

Audrey Hepburn, actress (1929 - 1993)

Emmy: Greatest Particular person Achievement, Informational Programming, "Gardens of the World With Audrey Hepburn" (1993)

Grammy: Greatest Spoken Word Album for Children, "Audrey Hepburn's Enchanted Tales" (1994)

Oscar: Best Actress, "Roman Vacation" (1953)

Tony: Best Actress in a Drama, "Ondine" (1954)

Emmy: Four awards, two for work on "Barbra: The Live performance" (1995) and one each for "AFI's a hundred Years... a hundred Films" (1999) and "Timeless: Dwell in Concert" (2001)

Grammy: 4 awards in 1974, together with Finest New Artist, Track of the Yr ("The Method We Were"), Greatest Album of the Original Score ("The Manner We Were") and Greatest Pop Instrumental Efficiency ("The Entertainer")

Oscar: Greatest Authentic Dramatic Score and Best Song, "The Way We Had been" (1973) and Greatest Adapted Score, "The Sting" (1973)

Tony: Greatest Musical Score, "A Chorus Line" (1976)

Jonathan Tunick, music director and composer (1938 - )

Emmy: Music Direction, "Night time of 100 Stars" (1982)

Grammy: Best Instrumental Arrangement Accompanying Vocals, Cleo Laine's "No One Is Alone" (1988)

Oscar: Best Adapted Rating, "A Little Night Music" (1977)

Tony: Greatest Orchestrations, "Titanic" (1977)

Mel Brooks, performer, writer and director (1926 - )

Emmy: Greatest Writing in Selection, "The Sid Caesar, Imogene Coca, Carl Reiner, Howard Morris Special" (1967); three awards for Greatest Guest Actor in a Comedy, "Mad About You" (1997-99)

Grammy: Finest Spoken Comedy Album, "The 2000 Year Old Man within the Year 2000" (1998); Best Lengthy-Type Music Video, "Recording 'The Producers'" (2002); Best Musical Show Album, "The Producers" (2002)

Oscar: Greatest Unique Screenplay, "The Producers" (1968)

Tony: Greatest Musical, Original Score and Book of a Musical, "The Producers" (2001)

Mike Nichols, performer, director and producer (1931 - 2014)

Emmy: Best Director of Miniseries, Film or Special, "Wit" (2001); Best Made for Television Movie, "Wit" (2001); Finest Directing of Miniseries, Movie or Particular, "Angels in America" (2004); Finest Miniseries, "Angels in America" (2004)

Grammy: Greatest Comedy Efficiency, "An Night With Mike Nichols and Elaine May" (1961)

Oscar: Finest Director, "The Graduate" (1967)

Tony: Finest Director of a Play, "Barefoot within the Park" (1964), "Luv" and "The Odd Couple" (1965), "Plaza Suite" (1968), "The Prisoner of Second Avenue" (1972), "The Actual Factor" (1984), "Death of a Salesman" (2012); Greatest Musical, "Annie" (1977); Greatest Play, "The Real Thing" (1984); Finest Director of a Musical, "Monty Python's Spamalot" (2005)

Whoopi Goldberg, performer and producer (1955 - )


Emmy: Greatest Special Class Special, "Beyond Tara: The Extraordinary Life of Hattie McDaniel" (2002); Greatest Speak Present Host, "The View" (2009)

Grammy: Best Comedy Recording, "Whoopi Goldberg: Unique Broadway Show Recording" (1985)

Oscar: Finest Supporting Actress, "Ghost" (1990)

Tony: Finest Musical (producing), "Thoroughly Modern Millie" (2002)

Scott Rudin, producer (1958 - )

Emmy: Best Kids's Program, "He Makes Me Really feel Like Dancin'" (1984)

Grammy: Best Musical Theater Album, "The E book of Mormon" (2012)

Oscar: Finest Image, "No Country for Outdated Men" (2007)

Tony: 12 awards, for producing musicals "Ardour" (1994) and "The E book of Mormon" (2012) and the plays "Copenhagen" (2000), "Doubt" (2005), "The History Boys" (2006), "God of Carnage" (2009), "Fences" (2010), "Dying of a Salesman" (2012), "The Curious Incident of the Canine in the Evening-Time" (2015), "Skylight" (2015), "The People" (2016) and "A View From the Bridge" (2016)

Robert Lopez, composer (1975 - )

Emmy: Best Music Route and Composition, "Surprise Pets" (2008, 2010)

Grammy: Finest Musical Theater Album, "The E book of Mormon" (2012); Finest Compilation Soundtrack, "Frozen" (2015), Greatest Track for Visual Media, "Let It Go" from "Frozen" (2015)

Oscar: Best Unique Track, "Let It Go" from "Frozen" (2014)

Tony: Finest Rating, "Avenue Q" (2004); Finest Rating and Best Ebook of a Musical, "The Book of Mormon" (2011)

John Legend, songwriter and producer (1978-)

Emmy: Outstanding Live Selection Special, "Jesus Christ Famous person Stay in Concert"

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Oscar: Finest Original Tune, "Glory" from "Selma (2014)

Tony: Producer of Best Play Revival, "August Wilson's Jitney" (2017)

Andrew Lloyd Webber, composer and producer (1948-)

Emmy: Outstanding Reside Variety Particular, "Jesus Christ Famous person Stay in Live performance"

Grammy: Greatest Forged Album, "Evita" (1980); Greatest Solid Album, "Cats" (1983); Greatest Up to date Composition, "Lloyd Webber: Requiem" (1985)

Oscar: Best Original Music, "You Must Love Me" from "Evita" (1996)

Tony: Best Rating, "Evita" (1980); Greatest Score, "Cats" (1983); Greatest Rating, "Sunset Boulevard" (1995)

* Tim Rice, lyricist and producer (1944-)

Emmy: Excellent Stay Variety Special, "Jesus Christ Superstar Stay in Live performance"

Grammy: Greatest Solid Album, "Evita" (1980); Track of the Year and Music for Movie or TV, "A Whole New World" (1993); Finest Album for Kids, "Aladdin" (1993); Finest Forged Album, "Aida" (2000)

Oscar: Best Unique Music, "A Complete New World" from "Aladdin" (1992); "Can You Really feel the Love Tonight" from "The Lion King" (1994); "You Must Love Me" from "Evita" (1996)

Tony: Greatest Guide and Greatest Rating, "Evita" (1980); Finest Rating, "Aida" (2000)

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