While Barbra Streisand began her career in Off-Off-Broadway productions, she made a name for herself as a nightclub singer. Streisand made her Broadway debut in 1962 in "I Can Get It for You Wholesale" and won two Grammy Awards for her first album the following year. Streisand gained fame for her Broadway leading role in "Funny Girl," which she reprised in the film adaptation in 1968. From then on Streisand left the stage to act in films, becoming one of the few actors with major successes on stage, on screen, and in music. She’s been nominated for over 57 Grammys, and has won two Oscars.