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VIDEO: Rita Moreno Breaks Into Rap During Berklee Commencement Ceremony

The legendary EGOT winner Rita Moreno laid down some serious wisdom at this year's Berklee Commencement Ceremony in the most memorable way possible: through rap. Watch the video below!

Rita Moreno has won all four of the most prestigious awards in show business: the Oscar, the Tony, two Emmys, and a Grammy. Her credits span more than six decades, beginning with her Broadway debut at age 13. Moreno has starred on Broadway and London's West End, appeared in more than 40 feature films and countless television shows, and has performed in numerous regional theaters, most recently in her one-woman show, Life Without Makeup. She was awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom in 2004, and the National Medal of Arts in 2010. Her first book, Rita Moreno: A Memoir, published by Celebra Books, instantly became a New York Times bestseller. In January 2014, she received the Screen Actors Guild Life Achievement Award. In December 2015, she received a Kennedy Center Honor for her lifetime contributions to American culture. She recently released her first Spanish language album, Una Vez Mas, produced by Emilio Estefan. She is the voice of Abuelita in the animated series Nina's World, on NBC-TV's Sprout Network, and is currently in production on the Latino remake of Norman Lear's classic sitcom One Day at a Time for Netflix.

Moreno has starred on Broadway in The Odd Couple, Wally's Cafe, The Ritz -- for which she won a 1975 Tony Award -- The National Health, Gantry, Last of the Red Hot Lovers, The Sign in Sidney Brustein's Window and Skydrift, as well as She Loves Me in the West End.



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