Audrey Hepburn \She won her Grammy in 1994,
and in 1993 Emmy was awarded after her passing on January 20. This made her the first posthumous EGOT recipient. She did, however, have the chance to bask in the glory of her 1953 Oscar for ‘Roman Holiday‘, and a Tony for ‘Ondine‘ one year later.
Marvin HamlischHe has won three Academy Awards, all of them awarded in 1973. In 1974, he received his first Grammy for the song ‘The Way We Were’. His collaboration with Barbra Streisand earned him two Emmys in 1995, for ‘Barbra: The Concert‘. Tony came in 1976 for ‘A Chorus Line‘, the musical.
Whoopie GoldbergShe got her Grammy in 1985. Next came a 1990 Best Supporting Actress Oscar for ‘Ghost’. In 2002 she got her Emmy and Tony.
John Legend He won Emmy for Outstanding Variety Special (Live) for ‘Jesus Christ Superstar Live in Concert‘. He has won 10 Grammys, a Tony for co-producing the 2017 revival of play ‘Jitney’, an Oscar and a Golden Globe in 2015 for writing the song ‘Glory’ from the film ‘Selma‘.
Jennifer Hudson She is the youngest ever in the entertainment industry to win EGOT. She won Tony Award for co-producing ‘A Strange Loop’ & Oscar for best supporting actress in 2006 , two Grammy Awards in 2008 and a Daytime Emmy Award for 2021’s ‘Baba Yaga’.