What hasn't this woman succeeded at? Whoopi Goldberg's feature-film debut not only garnered her an Academy Award nomination for her turn as the abused Celie in The Color Purple in 1985, but it kicked off a two-decade-plus career of Hollywood stardom. Five years later, she nabbed Oscar gold for her portrayal of a psychic who could communicate with the handsomest spirit to ever haunt the afterlife in Ghost (RIP, Patrick Swayze). And by 2007, Goldberg also had a Grammy and a Tony under her belt. So what else was there for her to do other than to take over Rosie O'Donnell's moderator slot on The View? It was a move that proved astute: In 2009, Goldberg and her View co-hosts won a Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Talk Show Host, garnering Goldberg the elusive EGOT: an Emmy, a Grammy, an Oscar and a Tony.