Audrey Hepburn was a renowned British actress; she was born as Audrey Kathleen Ruston in Belgium on 4th May, 1929 and died on 20th January, 1993.

She is regarded as one of the most famous actresses of all time and is ranked as the third greatest female screen legend in the history of Hollywood.

She was the fashion and film icon of the 20th century and mesmerized the movie lovers with her brilliant acting skills.

Career Highlights

Greatest and popular Hollywood actress Audrey Hepburn started her career in 1945 in an educational movie titled “Dutch in Seven Lessons”. In 1948, when her family moved to London, she performed in musical theater play titled “High Button Shoes”, which earned him minor roles in various movies including “One Wild Oat”, “Young Wives’ Tale” and “Laughter in Paradise”.

She performed minor roles impressively and as a result landed a major role in the movie titled “The Secret People” in 1952, which brought her in the limelight. In 1953, Audrey Hepburn appeared in the movie titled “Roman Holiday”, which brought much needed attention and fame to her.

In 1954, she appeared in another leading role in “Sabrina” and become one of the best choices for the leading female roles. Audrey Hepburn struck gold with her first ever major role in the movie “Roman Holiday” and won her first ever Academy Award, Golden Globe Award and BAFTA Award in the category for best actress.

She earned Academy Award nomination for her performance in “Sabrina” in 1954 followed by another BAFTA Award for her impressive performance in the movie titled “The Nun’s Story” in 1959. Audrey Hepburn’s next Academy Award nomination came in “Holly Golightly” in 1961 in addition to earning a number of nominations for various awards.

Top Ten Movies of Audrey Hepburn:

⦁ Roman Holiday
⦁ Sabrina
⦁ War and Peace
⦁ Love in the Afternoon
⦁ The Nun’s Story
⦁ Breakfast at Tiffany’s
⦁ Charade
⦁ My Fair Lady
⦁ Two for the Road
⦁ Wait Until Dark

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