Audrey Hepburn

Total Box Office:
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Highest Rated:
100% How to Steal a Million (1966)
Lowest Rated:
33% War and Peace (1956)
Birthday:
May 4
Birthplace:
Brussels, Belgium
Bio:
Magical screen presence, fashion arbiter, shrine to good taste, and tireless crusader for children's rights, Audrey Hepburn has become one of the most enduring screen icons of the twentieth century. Best-known for her film roles in Breakfast at Tiffany's, My Fair Lady, Roman Holiday and Charade,…

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Filmography


MOVIES   

Rating Title Credit Box Office Year
Essential Classic Musicals
  • Actor
-- 2007
93% The Nun's Story
  • Gabrielle Van Der Mal
-- 1999
50 Years: The Best of Hollywood
  • Actor
-- 1998
Intimate Portrait - Audrey Hepburn
  • Actor
-- 1996
Gardens of the World With Audrey Hepburn: Flower Gardens
  • Actor
-- 1992
Gardens of the World With Audrey Hepburn: Formal Gardens
  • Actor
-- 1992
Gardens of the World With Audrey Hepburn: Tulips and Spring Bulbs
  • Actor
-- 1992
Gardens of the World With Audrey Hepburn: Country Gardens
  • Actor
-- 1992
Gardens of the World With Audrey Hepburn: Public Gardens and Trees
  • Actor
-- 1992
Gardens of the World With Audrey Hepburn: V. 1
  • Actor
-- 1992
Gardens of the World With Audrey Hepburn: Roses and Rose Gardens
  • Actor
-- 1992
Gardens of the World With Audrey Hepburn: V. 2
  • Actor
-- 1992
64% Always
  • Hap
-- 1989
Love Among Thieves
  • Baroness Caroline DuLac
-- 1987
A.F.I. Life Achievement Awards - Billy Wilder
  • Actor
-- 1986
A.F.I. Life Achievement Awards - Fred Astaire
  • Actor
-- 1981
33% They All Laughed
  • Angela Niotes
-- 1981
Sidney Sheldon's Bloodline
  • Actor
-- 1979
Bloodline
  • Elizabeth Roffe
-- 1979
76% Robin and Marian
  • Maid Marian
-- 1976
77% Two for the Road
  • Joanna Wallace
-- 1967
94% Wait Until Dark
  • Susy Hendrix
-- 1967
100% How to Steal a Million
  • Nicole Bonnet
-- 1966
57% Paris When It Sizzles
  • Gabrielle Simpson
-- 1964
95% My Fair Lady
  • Eliza Doolittle
-- 1964
92% Charade
  • Regina Lampert
-- 1963
87% Breakfast at Tiffany's
  • Holly Golightly
-- 1961
100% The Children's Hour
  • Karen Wright
-- 1961
The Unforgiven
  • Rachel Zachary
-- 1960
Green Mansions
  • Rima
-- 1959
87% Love in the Afternoon
  • Ariane Chavasse
-- 1957
87% Funny Face
  • Jo Stockton
-- 1957
33% War and Peace
  • Natasha
-- 1956
91% Sabrina
  • Sabrina Fairchild
-- 1954
Young Wives' Tale
  • Eve Lester
-- 1954
98% Roman Holiday
  • Princess Anne
-- 1953
Monte Carlo Baby (Baby Beats the Band) (We Go to Monte Carlo)
  • Linda Farrel
-- 1953
The Secret People
  • Nora Brentano
-- 1952
Laughter in Paradise
  • Cigarette girl
-- 1951
One Wild Oat
  • Extra
-- 1951
Nous irons ŗ Monte Carlo (We will all go to Monte Carlo)
  • Melissa Walter
-- 1951
100% The Lavender Hill Mob
  • Chiquita
-- 1951
Gardens of the World With Audrey Hepburn: Tropical Gardens & Japanese Gardens
  • Actor
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Audrey Hepburn Trivia

Despite media & movie moguls insisting that Ms Hepburn was "blessed" with a naturally waif-like figure, she suffered from lifelong anorexia. In interviews in the years leading up to her death, she spoke openly about this & attributed her illness to a combination of trauma & starvation she suffered during WWII & a lifelong battle with depression.
- submitted by mirabella 1 (4 years ago)

Quotes from Audrey Hepburn's Characters

    1. Holly Golightly: No, no, you disapprove of me. And I will not accept drinks from gentlemen who disapprove of me. I'll pay for my own whiskey and don't you forget it!
    2. Paul Varjak: Holly...
    3. Holly Golightly: I do not accept drinks from disapproving gentlemen. Especially not from disapproving gentlemen who are kept by the ladies. So take it. You should be used to taking money from ladies by now.
    From Breakfast at Tiffany's. Submitted by Sarah K (4 months ago)
    1. Simon Dermott: There's the bathroom. Take off you clothes.
    2. Nicole Bonnet: Are we planning the same sort of crime?
    3. Simon Dermott: Your quite safe. It's dress rehearsal time. That's why we bought all this lovely junk.
    From How to Steal a Million. Submitted by George P (4 months ago)
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