Audrey HepburnContactmusic.Com #Audrey_HepburnFebruary 12, 2019
The Oscar-nominated ‘Sabrina’ actress passed away at home.
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Roman Holiday is one of the most beloved of both Hepburn’s and Peck’s films, a lovely little romance, full of fun and playfulness, stellar performances (Hepburn won an Oscar and Albert was nominated), and all set against the beauty of Rome.
Audrey Hepburn (born Audrey Kathleen Ruston; 4 May 1929 – 20 January 1993)Audrey Hepburn was a highly regarded British actress famous for films such as ‘Breakfast At Tiffany’s’ and ‘My Fair Lady’.
Audrey went to school at a small school in Elham, Kent before moving to the Netherlands following the onset of World War II and being educated at Arnhem Conservatory.
In the same year she appeared with Mel Ferrer in the acclaimed Broadway show ‘Ondine’ and subsequently won a Tony award.
The movie is a romantic comedy based on the Truman Capote novella and featured Hepburn as the fabulous quirky and stylish Holly Golightly.
Personal life: Audrey Hepburn had various high-profile relationships including with James Hanson, Michael Butler and William Holden.
Following this decline in her career, Hepburn took action to create her own comeback vehicle. She left Hollywood to look for a stage project, and signed on to star in Philip Barry’s new play, The Philadelphia Story. It was tailored to showcase the actress, with the character of socialite Tracy Lord incorporating a mixture of humor, aggression, nervousness, and vulnerability. Howard Hughes, Hepburn’s partner at the ti…