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Quiz: Which Broadway superstar never won a Tony Award?

June 10, 2011 |  5:23 pm

Four stars featured below have been nominated many times for Tonys. Three won. One didn't. Who got snubbed? To see the answer, click on the "Continue Reading" link under the photos below.

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Julie Andrews has been nominated three times ("My Fair Lady," "Camelot," "Victor/Victoria"), but has never won a Tony Award.

Liza Minnelli won for "Flora the Red Menace" (1965) and "The Act" (1978).

James Earl Jones won for "The Great White Hope" (1969) and "Fences" (1987).

Richard Burton won for "Camelot" (1961) starring opposite poor, Tonyless Julie Andrews.

— Tom O'Neil

Credits, from left: "The Great White Hope" (Alvin Theatre), "The Act" (Majestic Theatre), "Camelot" (Majestic Theatre), "My Fair Lady" (Mark Hellinger Theatre).

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