Happy B-Day, Mrs. Hepburn

Posted: May 4, 2014 in celebrities, cinema, divas, news
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Today, actress Audrey Hepburn would be completing 85. Google celebrated the birthday of this unforgettable actress with a Doodle:


And you can read more about her – and see beautiful photos – in my tribute to one of the greatest divas of Hollywood just clicking here: Happy Birthday, Mrs. Hepburn.

Please, visit her official website and know more about her life and career and how to support the Audrey Hepburn Children’s Funds: http://www.audreyhepburn.com/

audrey-hepburn By the end of World War II, with no water or electricity in their home in the Netherlands, Audrey and her family were eating tulip bulbs to stay alive.

audrey-oscarAudrey Hepburn receives an Oscar for her first appearance in an American picture,  “Roman Holiday”, in 1954. Her co-star Gregory Peck, was initially set to get top billing in the film but Peck made Paramount executives change it, saying, “… I’m smart enough to know this girl’s going to win the Oscar in her first picture, and I’m going to look like a damned fool if her name is not up there on top with mine”. (Photo: Underwood & Underwood/CORBIS).

audrey-fawnAudrey Hepburn gets a kiss from the fawn who appeared in the film Green Mansions in which she starred. She ended up keeping it as a pet temporarily. (Photo: Bettmann/CORBIS)

audrey-unicefSoon after becoming a UNICEF ambassador, Audrey Hepburn went on a mission to Ethiopia, where years of drought and civil strife had caused terrible famine. (Photo: Derek Hudson/Sygma/Corbis).


See more clipes from the greatest stars of Hollywood in the Movie Legends Channel on YouTube.


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