The times are finally catching up to a woman who has always been a little out our reach. (And then there’s the fact that, at 60, there’s less pressure on her to be a sex symbol. “I was too old, too young, too fat, too thin, too tall, too short, too blond, too dark — but at some point they’re going to need the other,” McDormand said in a New York Times profile of her earlier this year. “So I’d get really good at being the other.”) In 2018, McDormand’s #nomakeup look and powerful speech was cause for celebration. But it hasn’t always been so. Her reluctance to conform has mostly made people uncomfortable. In fact, it’s a testament to her prowess as an actor that she’s still managed to gain recognition for her work. Despite not playing the Hollywood game, she’s only a Grammy away from an EGOT, having secured her Oscar back in 1997, along with a Tony award for her role in David Lindsay-Abaire’s play, Good People, in 2011, and an Emmy for HBO’s Olive Kitteridge in 2014….