EGOT Alert: Kate Winslet Has a Plan 'to Win That F**ker'

WSJ. Magazine

Yes, the actress knows she's only a Tony away from award-winning history -- and now she has a plan to get it.

There’s no doubt that Kate Winslet is a talented actress.

The actress, who turned 40 on Oct. 5, has an Emmy for Mildred Pierce, a GRAMMY for a spoken
word album, and an Oscar for The Reader.
She’s just one award away from winning the elusive EGOT, only lacking a Tony.

Since promoting Steve
, in which she portrays Joanna Hoffman, the topic has come up a number
of times, even during a TimesTalks in New York City on Tuesday evening with
director Danny Boyle and screenwriter Aaron Sorkin.

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During the Q&A, an audience member asked her if she has
any plans to head to Broadway when she revealed her plan to nab the Tony.

“Oh s**t! Sorkin, you do it, I’ll be in it and then I’ll try
to win that f**ker,” Winslet said to the delight of everyone in the room.

“People have recently pointed this out to me and now it’s
like, ‘Oh, it’s a thing. It’s going to be a thing. Am I going to have to have
it as a goal? I never really had one of those but I suppose I’m going to have
to have one now aren’t I?’” she continued before turning to Sorkin and asking
him to make a deal to write a stage project for her to star in.

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“I would love to,” the screenwriter responded.

“Aaron’s going to write me something wonderful and then I’ll
be in it and we’ll win that thing,” she said, clearly happy to have carved out
a plan.

And if she does ever win the Tony, she’ll have to make room
in her already crowded bathroom where she keeps her other awards, including her
Oscar and GRAMMY.

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During the TimesTalk, she reflected on how others, including
Jimmy Fallon, treat their awards. “[Fallon’s GRAMMY is] in a case,” she said of
her visit to The Tonight Show. “And I
said to my publicist, ‘His is in a case and mine is on the bath.’”

Winslet recently explained why she keeps her trophies near
the toilet, telling WSJ Magazine that
“the whole point is for everybody to pick it up and go, ‘I’d like to thank my
son and my dad.’”

“And you can always tell when someone has, because they’re
in there a little bit longer after they flushed,” Winslet adds. “They’ll come
out looking slightly pink-cheeked. It’s hysterical.”