Audrey Hepburn was the stage name of Audrey Kathleen
Ruston, British actress of the golden age of Hollywood,
considered by the American Film Institute as the third highest
female legend of American cinema.
Date of birth: May 4, 1929, Ixelles, Belgium
Date of death: January 20, 1993
20 Years without Audrey Hepburn
Audrey Hepburn was born into an aristocratic family in Belgium and lived first hand the consequences of World War II. After studying dance he dedicated his life to cinema
and thanks to William Wyler, its discoverer, managed to break into the cinema.
William Wyler came across it by chance and decided to give the role that would change his life: Princess Anna in 'Roman Holiday' (1953), with whom he would win the Oscar
for best actress that year.
In her first husband, Mel Ferrer, she met him at a party at the home of Gregory Peck
Mel Ferrer had his first son, Sean. For her, the children were the theme of his life.
Audrey Hepburn on a break from filming the movie "Breakfast at Tiffany's', 1961. The unmistakable style of the actress is reflected in this snapshot. He had an angelic,
ethereal and very Parisian image.
One of his most lauded films has been 'Breakfast at Tiffany's'. The left image was taken during a break from filming. His famous black cocktail dress Givenchy was auctioned in
2006 for 700,000 euros, money that is entirely devoted to the founding of the actress.
In 1976 he released 'Robin and Marian', directed by Richard Lester and starring alongside Sean Connery.
Audrey Hepburn found the sense of his life in his work with UNICEF. Missions in Somalia and El Salvador as Goodwill Ambassador for UNICEF, but under the conditions of a
voluntary more, we would report an honorary Oscar.