LEGENDMike Nichols' Greatest Hits: 'The Graduate,' 'Angels in America,' 'The Birdcage,' and MoreWilliam Boot11.20.14LEGENDMike Nichols' Greatest Hits: 'The Graduate,' 'Angels in America,' 'The Birdcage,' and MoreFrom 'The Graduate' to 'Closer' and 'Charlie Wilson's War,' see the films of the legendary director.William Boot11.20.14 1:58 PM ETCourtesy Everett CollectionBarefoot in the Park (1963)Oscar-winning director Mike Nichols has died at the age of 83.The director, who was married to Diane Sawyer (his fourth wife), is one of only 12 people to have won an Emmy, Grammy, Oscar, and Tony. He won his Oscar for The Graduate, and was also nominated for Working Girl, The Remains of the Day, Silkwood, and Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? His final film was 2007’s Charlie Wilson’s War. Pictured: Elizabeth Ashley and Robert Redford Warner Bros./PhotofestWho's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? (1966)Pictured: Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton PhotofestThe Graduate (1967)Pictured: Dustin Hoffman and Anne Bancroft's legs PhotofestCarnal Knowledge (1971)Pictured: Jack Nicholson and Art Garfunkel Warner Bros/PhotofestGilda Live (1980)Pictured: Gilda Radner PhotofestSilkwood (1983)Pictured: Meryl Streep 20th Century-Fox/PhotofestWorking Girl (1988) Pictured: Melanie Griffith and Joan Cusack Columbia Pictures/PhotofestPostcards from the Edge (1990)Pictured: Meryl Streep United Artists/Courtesy Everett CollectionThe Birdcage (1996)Pictured: Robin Williams and Nathan Lane Universal Pictures/PhotofestPrimary Colors (1998)Pictured: Billy Bob Thornton and Maura Tierney PhotofestAngels in America (HBO, 2003)Pictured: Emma Thompson and Justin Kirk PhotofestCloser (2004)Pictured: Natalie Portman PhotofestCharlie Wilson's War (2007)Pictured: Tom Hanks Mike Coppola/GettyDeath of a Salesman (2012)Finn Wittrock, Linda Emond, Philip Seymour Hoffman, and Andrew Garfield take a curtain call on opening night.