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Triple Crown of Acting

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The Triple Crown of Acting is a term used in the American entertainment industry to describe actors who have won a competitive Academy Award, Emmy Award, and Tony Award in the acting categories, the highest accolades recognized in American film, television and theatre respectively. As of today, only 24 people have achieved the triple crown of acting (15 women, 9 men). Helen Hayes was the first person to achieve the triple crown with her Emmy Award win on February 5, 1953. Thomas Mitchell became the first man to achieve the triple crown with his Tony Award win later the same year on March 29, 1953. Hayes and Rita Moreno are the only triple crown winners in competitive acting categories who have also won a Grammy Award to complete the EGOT (Emmy, Grammy, Oscar, Tony). Dame Maggie Smith has the most triple crown wins, with 7 awards.

In the British entertainment industry, the same name has been given to the equivalent accolades in that industry; the BAFTA Film Awards, the BAFTA Television Awards and the Laurence Olivier Awards, or simply the Olivier awards. Eight actors have completed the British Triple crown. Of those, only Helen Mirren has completed both the American and British Triple Crowns.

Winners of the Triple Crown of Acting still living are: Rita Moreno, Jeremy Irons, Vanessa Redgrave, Maggie Smith, Helen Mirren, Geoffrey Rush, Al Pacino, Frances McDormand, Jessica Lange, Ellen Burstyn, Glenda Jackson, and Viola Davis.

Summary

  • The year in the Oscar, Emmy, and Tony columns indicates the year the actor first won the award (the year of the award ceremony)
  • The total wins column indicates the total number of competitive Oscar, Emmy, and Tony wins
Actor Completed Years to
complete
Oscar Emmy Tony Total
wins
Ref.
Helen Hayes 1953 21 1932 1953 1947 5
Thomas Mitchell 1953 13 1940 1953 1953 3 [1]
Ingrid Bergman 1960 15 1945 1960 1947 6
Shirley Booth 1962 13 1953 1962 1949 6
Melvyn Douglas 1968 8 1964 1968 1960 4
Paul Scofield 1969 7 1967 1969 1962 3
Jack Albertson 1975 10 1969 1975 1965 4
Rita Moreno 1977 15 1962 1977 1975 4
Maureen Stapleton 1982 31 1982 1968 1951 4
Jason Robards 1988 29 1977 1988 1959 4
Jessica Tandy 1990 42 1990 1988 1948 5 [2]
Jeremy Irons 1997 13 1991 1997 1984 4 [3]
Anne Bancroft 1999 41 1963 1999 1958 4 [4]
Vanessa Redgrave 2003 25 1978 1981 2003 4 [5]
Maggie Smith 2003 33 1970 2003 1990 7 [6]
Al Pacino 2004 35 1993 2004 1969 5 [7]
Geoffrey Rush 2009 12 1997 2005 2009 3 [8]
Ellen Burstyn 2009 34 1975 2009 1975 4 [9]
Christopher Plummer 2012 38 2012 1977 1974 5 [10]
Helen Mirren 2015 19 2007 1996 2015 6 [11]
Frances McDormand 2015 18 1997 2015 2011 5 [12]
Jessica Lange 2016 33 1983 2009 2016 6 [13]
Viola Davis 2017 16 2017 2015 2001 4 [14]
Glenda Jackson 2018 47 1971 1972 2018 6 [15]

Triple Crown winners

Years given are the years of the respective ceremonies. Performers are listed in order of completing the Triple Crown.

Helen Hayes

American actress Helen Hayes (1900–1993) was the first performer to achieve the triple crown of acting, doing so in 1953. Hayes was a 9-time Emmy (1), 3-time Tony (2), and 2-time Oscar (2) nominee, for a total of 14 TC nominations. She won two Oscars, two Tonys and an Emmy for a total of five competitive triple crown awards. She also won a Grammy in 1977 for Best Spoken Word Recording to complete the EGOT, for competitive Emmy, Grammy, Oscar and Tony wins. Hayes is one of only two Triple Crown winners (along with Rita Moreno) to have achieved the EGOT.

Thomas Mitchell

American actor Thomas Mitchell (1892–1962) completed the triple crown in 1953, two months after Helen Hayes. He was a 3-time Emmy (1), 2-time Oscar (1), and 1-time Tony (1) nominee, for a total of six TC nominations. Mitchell won three awards.

Ingrid Bergman

Swedish actress Ingrid Bergman (1915–1982) completed the triple crown in 1960. She was a 7-time Oscar (3), 3-time Emmy (2), and 1-time Tony (1) nominee, for a total of 11 TC nominations.

Shirley Booth

American actress Shirley Booth (1898–1992) completed the triple crown in 1962. She was a 4-time Emmy (2), 3-time Tony (3), and 1-time Oscar (1) nominee, for a total of eight TC nominations. Booth won six awards.

Melvyn Douglas

American actor Melvyn Douglas (1901–1981) completed the triple crown in 1968. He was a 3-time Oscar (2), 2-time Emmy (1), and 1-time Tony (1) nominee, for a total of six TC nominations. Douglas won four awards.

Paul Scofield

English actor Paul Scofield (1922–2008) completed the triple crown in 1969. He was a 2-time Oscar (1), 1-time Emmy (1), and 1-time Tony (1) nominee, for a total of four TC nominations. Scofield won three awards. His seven-year completion is the fastest of any triple crown recipient.

Jack Albertson

American actor Jack Albertson (1907–1981) completed the triple crown in 1975. He was a 5-time Emmy (2), 2-time Tony (1), and 1-time Oscar (1) nominee, for a total of eight TC nominations. Albertson won four awards.

Rita Moreno

Puerto Rican actress Rita Moreno (born 1931) completed the triple crown in 1977. She is a 6-time Emmy (2), 1-time Oscar (1), and 1-time Tony (1) nominee, for a total of eight TC nominations. Her Emmy win saw her complete the EGOT for competitive Emmy, Grammy, Oscar and Tony wins. Her Grammy win was in 1972 in the Best Recording for Children category. Moreno is the first Hispanic actor to win the Triple Crown and is one of only two Triple Crown winners who have also achieved the EGOT.

Maureen Stapleton

American actress Maureen Stapleton (1925–2006) completed the triple crown in 1982. She was a 7-time Emmy (1), 6-time Tony (2), and 4-time Oscar (1) nominee, for a total of 17 nominations. Stapleton won four awards.

Jason Robards

American actor Jason Robards (1922–2000) completed the triple crown in 1988. He was an 8-time Tony (1), 5-time Emmy (1), and 3-time Oscar (2) nominee, for a total of 16 TC nominations. Robards won four awards.

Jessica Tandy

British-American actress Jessica Tandy (1909–1994) completed the triple crown in 1990. She was a 5-time Tony (3), 3-time Emmy (1), and 2-time Oscar nominee (1), for a total of 10 TC nominations. Tandy won five awards.

Jeremy Irons

British actor Jeremy Irons (born 1948) completed the triple crown in 1997. He is a 3-time acting Emmy (2), 1-time Oscar (1), and 1-time Tony (1) nominee, for a total of five TC nominations. Irons has won four TC awards.

Note: Irons has an additional Emmy win in a non-acting category, winning the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Narrator in 2014 for Game of Lions.

Anne Bancroft

American actress Anne Bancroft (1931–2005) completed the triple crown in 1999. She was a 6-time (1) acting Emmy, 5-time Oscar (1), and 3-time Tony (2) nominee, for a total of 14 TC nominations. Bancroft won four triple crown awards.

Note: Bancroft won an additional Emmy in 1970 in the variety program category, as the star of the special Annie, the Women in the Life of a Man.

Vanessa Redgrave

British actress Vanessa Redgrave (born 1937) completed the triple crown in 2003. She is a 6-time Oscar (1), 6-time Emmy (2), and 3-time Tony (1) nominee, for a total of 15 TC nominations. Redgrave has won four awards.

Maggie Smith

British actress Maggie Smith (born 1934) completed the triple crown in 2003. She is a 9-time Emmy (4), 6-time Oscar (2), and 3-time Tony (1) nominee, for a total of 18 TC nominations. Smith is the first and only Triple Crown winner to win seven awards.

Al Pacino

American actor Al Pacino (born 1940) completed the triple crown in 2004. He is a 9-time Oscar (1), 3-time Emmy (2), and 3-time Tony (2) nominee, for a total of 15 TC nominations. Pacino has won five awards.

Geoffrey Rush

Australian actor Geoffrey Rush (born 1951) completed the triple crown in 2009. He is a 4-time Oscar (1), 2-time Emmy (1), and 1-time Tony (1) nominee, for a total of seven TC nominations. Rush has won three awards.

Ellen Burstyn

American actress Ellen Burstyn (born 1932) completed the triple crown in 2009. She is an 8-time Emmy (2), 6-time Oscar (1), and 1-time Tony (1) nominee, for a total of 15 TC nominations. Burstyn has won four awards.

Christopher Plummer

Canadian actor Christopher Plummer (1929–2021) completed the triple crown in 2012. He was a 7-time Emmy (2), 7-time Tony (2), and 3-time Oscar (1) nominee, for a total of 17 TC nominations. Plummer won five awards.

Helen Mirren

British actress Helen Mirren (born 1945) completed the triple crown in 2015. She is an 11-time Emmy (4), 4-time Oscar (1), and 3-time Tony (1) nominee, for a total of 18 TC nominations. Mirren has won six awards.

Helen Mirren is the only person to have also won the British Triple Crown of Acting by being awarded the three equivalent honours in the British entertainment industry, the BAFTA Film Award, the BAFTA Television Award and the Laurence Olivier Award. It took her twenty-one years to complete the British Triple Crown, beginning with a BAFTA Television Award for Best Actress for Prime Suspect in 1992 and finishing in 2013 with the Laurence Olivier Award for Best Actress in a Play for The Audience. In the meantime, she also won two more Television BAFTAs for Prime Suspect in 1993 and 1994 and the Film BAFTA for Best Leading Actress for The Queen in 2007. She was the seventh of eight people to have won the British Triple Crown of Acting, with Virginia McKenna, Peggy Ashcroft, Judi Dench, Nigel Hawthorne, Albert Finney and Julie Walters all preceding her to the honour and Mark Rylance succeeding her.

Frances McDormand

American actress Frances McDormand (born 1957) completed the triple crown in 2015. She is a 6-time acting Oscar (3), 2-time Tony (1), and 2-time acting Emmy (1) nominee, for a total of 10 TC nominations. McDormand has won five awards.

Note: McDormand has two additional Emmy and Oscar wins in non-acting categories, winning the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Limited Series for executive producing Olive Kitteridge, and the Academy Award for Best Picture for producing Nomadland.

Jessica Lange

American actress Jessica Lange (born 1949) completed the triple crown in 2016. She is an 10-time Emmy (3), 6-time Oscar (2), and 1-time Tony (1) nominee, for a total of 17 TC nominations. Lange has won six awards.

Viola Davis

American actress Viola Davis (born 1965) completed the triple crown in 2017.[16] She is the first African American actor to win the triple crown, and is also currently the youngest.[16][17] She is a 4-time Oscar (1), 3-time Tony (2), and 5-time Emmy (1) nominee, for a total of 12 TC nominations. Davis has won four awards.

Glenda Jackson

British actress Glenda Jackson (born 1936) completed the triple crown in 2018. She is a 5-time Tony (1), 5-time Emmy (3), and 4-time Oscar (2) nominee, for a total of 14 TC nominations. Jackson has won six awards.

Two competitive awards

The following people have each won two out of the three major entertainment awards that honour acting in competitive categories.[18]

Missing an Emmy Award

Missing an Academy Award (Oscar)

Missing a Tony Award

Notes

  • † – Person is deceased.
  • ◊ – Person has been nominated at least once for a competitive acting category of the missing award, but has failed to win.
  • NCA – Person won a Non-Competitive Award in this category.

^1 Won an Emmy in a non-acting category.
^2 Nominated for an Emmy in a non-acting category.
^3 Won a Daytime Emmy.
^4 Won an International Emmy.
^5 Won a Tony in a non-acting category.

Three nominations

The following people have not won all three awards in competitive acting categories, but have received at least one nomination for each of them:

  1. Alan Alda
  2. Jane Alexander
  3. Joan Allen
  4. Judith Anderson
  5. Julie Andrews
  6. Alan Arkin
  7. Lauren Bacall
  8. Alec Baldwin
  9. Martin Balsam
  10. Antonio BanderasN/A
  11. Barbara Barrie
  12. Kathy Bates
  13. Ed Begley
  14. Ralph Bellamy
  15. Annette BeningN/A
  16. Cate Blanchett
  17. Richard Burton
  18. Diahann Carroll
  19. Art Carney
  20. Stockard Channing
  21. Patricia Clarkson
  22. Glenn Close
  23. James Coco
  24. Claudette Colbert
  25. Toni Collette
  26. Chris Cooper
  27. Gladys Cooper,N/A
  28. Tom CourtenayN/A
  29. Bryan Cranston
  30. Hume Cronyn
  31. Judi Dench
  32. Adam DriverN/A
  33. Charles Durning
  34. Cynthia Erivo
  35. José Ferrer
  36. Sally Field
  37. Ralph Fiennes
  38. Albert Finney
  39. Laurence Fishburne
  40. Henry Fonda
  41. Jane Fonda
  42. Morgan Freeman
  43. Vincent Gardenia
  44. Marcia Gay Harden
  45. John Gielgud
  46. Jack Gilford
  47. Jackie Gleason
  48. Ruth Gordon
  49. Joel Grey
  50. Alec Guinness
  51. Tom Hanks
  52. Ed HarrisN/A
  53. Julie Harris
  54. Rosemary Harris
  55. Katharine Hepburn
  56. Judd Hirsch
  57. Dustin Hoffman
  58. Philip Seymour Hoffman
  59. Hal Holbrook
  60. Ian Holm
  61. Tom Hulce
  62. William Hurt
  63. Hugh Jackman
  64. Allison Janney
  65. James Earl Jones
  66. Madeline Kahn
  67. Anna KendrickN/A
  68. Kevin Kline
  69. Shirley Knight
  70. Angela Lansbury
  71. Eva Le Gallienne
  72. Margaret Leighton
  73. Jack Lemmon
  74. Laura Linney
  75. John Lithgow
  76. Kenny Loggins
  77. Walter Matthau
  78. Ian McKellen
  79. Janet McTeer
  80. Laurie Metcalf
  81. Bette Midler
  82. Paul Muni
  83. Mildred Natwick
  84. Patricia Neal
  85. Kate NelliganN/A
  86. Paul Newman
  87. Lupita Nyong'o
  88. Leslie Odom, Jr.
  89. Sophie Okonedo
  90. Laurence Olivier
  91. Geraldine Page
  92. Joan Plowright
  93. Sidney Poitier
  94. Jonathan Pryce
  95. Anthony Quayle
  96. Anthony Quinn
  97. Stephen ReaN/A
  98. Lynn Redgrave,N/A
  99. Debbie Reynolds,N/A
  100. Beah Richards
  101. Thelma Ritter
  102. Mickey Rooney
  103. Mark Ruffalo
  104. Mark Rylance
  105. George C. Scott
  106. Gary Sinise
  107. Kevin Spacey
  108. Kim Stanley
  109. Beatrice Straight
  110. Meryl Streep
  111. Lily Tomlin
  112. Rip Torn
  113. Cicely Tyson
  114. Stanley Tucci
  115. Peter Ustinov
  116. Christopher Walken
  117. Sam WaterstonN/A
  118. Sigourney WeaverN/A
  119. James Whitmore
  120. Michelle Williams
  121. Mare Winningham

Notes

† – Person is deceased.
N/A – Person has not won any of the three awards (excluding non-acting awards and non-competitive awards).

See also

References

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