Hollywood did not hesitate very long and quickly cast the 24-year-old actress as Princess Anne in “Roman Holiday” (1953), co-starring with superstar Gregory Peck who played a reporter.
She gained world fame over night, and even received her first Oscar as best actress.
Some film critics called this Hepburn’s best performance.
It was quite a challenging role, considering that her nun’s habit limited her means of expression. ,” shot in Paris in 1966, gave Audrey Hepburn plenty of opportunity to present her comical talent.
As the daughter of a counterfeit art dealer, she is torn between her loyalty to her father and a detective she falls in love with.
The outfit pictured above was created by her friend and personal designer Hubert de Givenchy.
“Wait Until Dark” (1967) is a thriller about a blind woman chased by a brutal criminal.
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