Viola Davis has won a Grammy award for best audiobook, narration and storytelling.
The 57-year-old, who is currently living her best life, has joined the ranks of the few with an Emmy, Grammy, Oscar, and Tony Awards to their name – EGOT status.
She’s only the third black woman to achieve this in history.
Davis won a best supporting actress Oscar in 2017 for FENCES. She won a Tony in 2010 for the same role in August Wilson’s play. Her Emmy win came in 2015 for the killer thriller HOW TO GET AWAY WITH MURDER.
Overall, Viola Davis is the 18th person to achieve the EGOT status after the most-recent winner, Jennifer Hudson.
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