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Hepburn Audrey

Audrey Hepburn war eine Schauspielerin britisch-niederländischer Herkunft. Sie zählte in den er- und er-Jahren zu den größten weiblichen Filmstars. Als Schauspielerin hat Audrey Hepburn einen bleibenden Eindruck in der Geschichte des Films hinterlassen. Ihr "Look" beeinflusste darüber hinaus mehrere. Blaues Blut, fünf Sprachen fließend Wissenswertes über die elfenhafte Schauspielerin Audrey Hepburn, die vor 25 Jahren, am Jänner

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Audrey Hepburn war eine Schauspielerin britisch-niederländischer Herkunft. Sie zählte in den er- und er-Jahren zu den größten weiblichen Filmstars. Für ihre Darbietungen wurde sie unter anderem mit je einem Oscar und einem Emmy sowie zwei. Audrey Hepburn (* 4. Mai als Audrey Kathleen Ruston in Ixelles/Elsene, Belgien; † Januar in Tolochenaz, Schweiz) war eine Schauspielerin. Audrey Hepburn ist die Stilikone der Fünfziger- und Sechzigerjahre. Aber auch als große Wohltäterin ist Audrey Hepburn heute noch unvergessen. Lest die. Audrey Hepburn war eine Schauspielerin britisch-niederländischer Herkunft. Sie zählte in den er- und er-Jahren zu den größten weiblichen Filmstars. Audrey Hepburn hat die schönsten Rehaugen der Filmgeschichte. Vor allem in der Rolle als Holly Golightly in „Frückstück bei Tiffany“. Audrey Hepburn - ihr Style, ihre Filme, ihre Bilder. Das Leben der Modeikone im großen Porträt und in tollen Aufnahmen bei coulommiers.eu! Audrey Hepburn begann ihre Karriere in Hollywood als Prinzessin und beendete sie als Engel. Zwischen ihrer oscar-prämierten ersten Hauptrolle in William.

Hepburn Audrey

Als Schauspielerin hat Audrey Hepburn einen bleibenden Eindruck in der Geschichte des Films hinterlassen. Ihr "Look" beeinflusste darüber hinaus mehrere. Audrey Hepburn ist die Stilikone der Fünfziger- und Sechzigerjahre. Aber auch als große Wohltäterin ist Audrey Hepburn heute noch unvergessen. Lest die. Audrey Hepburn begann ihre Karriere in Hollywood als Prinzessin und beendete sie als Engel. Zwischen ihrer oscar-prämierten ersten Hauptrolle in William. Hepburn Audrey Hepburn Audrey

While initial medical tests in Switzerland had inconclusive results, a laparoscopy performed at the Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles in early November revealed a rare form of abdominal cancer belonging to a group of cancers known as pseudomyxoma peritonei.

After surgery, Hepburn began chemotherapy. Hepburn and her family returned home to Switzerland to celebrate her last Christmas. As she was still recovering from surgery, she was unable to fly on commercial aircraft.

Her longtime friend, fashion designer Hubert de Givenchy , arranged for socialite Rachel Lambert "Bunny" Mellon to send her private Gulfstream jet, filled with flowers, to take Hepburn from Los Angeles to Geneva.

She spent her last days in hospice care at her home in Tolochenaz , Vaud and was occasionally well enough to take walks in her garden, but gradually became more confined to bedrest.

On the evening of 20 January , Hepburn died in her sleep at home. After her death, Gregory Peck went on camera and tearfully recited her favourite poem, "Unending Love" by Rabindranath Tagore.

Hepburn's legacy has endured long after her death. In her last years, she remained a visible presence in the film world.

She received a tribute from the Film Society of Lincoln Center in and was a frequent presenter at the Academy Awards. She was the recipient of numerous posthumous awards including the Jean Hersholt Humanitarian Award and competitive Grammy and Emmy Awards.

She has been the subject of many biographies since her death including the dramatisation of her life titled The Audrey Hepburn Story which starred Jennifer Love Hewitt and Emmy Rossum as the older and younger Hepburn respectively.

Hepburn's image is widely used in advertising campaigns across the world. In Japan, a series of commercials used colourised and digitally enhanced clips of Hepburn in Roman Holiday to advertise Kirin black tea.

Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band album cover — to celebrate the British cultural figures of his life that he most admires.

Sean Ferrer founded the Audrey Hepburn Children's Fund [] in memory of his mother shortly after her death. Dotti also became patron of the Pseudomyxoma Survivor charity, dedicated to providing support to patients of the rare cancer Hepburn suffered from, pseudomyxoma peritonei , [] and the rare disease ambassador since and for on behalf of European Organisation for Rare Diseases.

Hepburn was known for her fashion choices and distinctive look, to the extent that journalist Mark Tungate has described her as a recognisable brand.

Yet we recognise the rightness of this appearance in relation to our historical needs. The proof is that thousands of imitations have appeared.

Added to the International Best Dressed List in , Hepburn was associated with a minimalistic style, usually wearing clothes with simple silhouettes which emphasised her slim body, monochromatic colours, and occasional statement accessories.

Hepburn was in particular associated with French fashion designer Hubert de Givenchy , who was first hired to design her on-screen wardrobe for her second Hollywood film, Sabrina , when she was still unknown as a film actor and he a young couturier just starting his fashion house.

He has always been the best, and he stayed the best. Because he kept the spare style that I love. What is more beautiful than a simple sheath made an extraordinary way in a special fabric, and just two earrings?

In her private life, Hepburn preferred to wear casual and comfortable clothes, contrary to the haute couture she wore on screen and at public events.

I was too fat, or maybe too tall, or maybe just plain too ugly I couldn't conquer these feelings by acting indecisive. I found the only way to get the better of them was by adopting a forceful, concentrated drive.

Women can look like Audrey Hepburn by flipping out their hair, buying the large glasses and the little sleeveless dresses.

Hepburn's influence as a style icon continues several decades after the height of her acting career in the s and s. Moseley notes that especially after her death in , she became increasingly admired, with magazines frequently advising readers on how to get her look and fashion designers using her as inspiration.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Redirected from Hepburn, Audrey. British actress. Ixelles , Brussels, Belgium. Tolochenaz , Vaud , Switzerland.

Mel Ferrer. Andrea Dotti. Sean Hepburn Ferrer Luca Dotti. Baron Aarnoud van Heemstra maternal grandfather Emma Ferrer granddaughter. See also: Dutch famine of — Don't discount anything awful you hear or read about the Nazis.

It's worse than you could ever imagine. With George Peppard in Breakfast at Tiffany's With Cary Grant in Charade Main article: Audrey Hepburn on screen and stage.

Main article: List of awards and honours received by Audrey Hepburn. Ancestors of Audrey Hepburn [] Joseph John Ruston 4.

Barbara Victoria Belha 2. Anton Wels ABT 5. Anna Juliana Franziska Karolina Wels Karolina Schutz -AFT 1. Audrey Kathleen Ruston or Ruston-Hepburn Frans Julius Johan van Heemstra Willem Hendrik Johan van Heemstra Henriette Philippine van Pallandt 6.

Aarnoud Jan Anne Aleid van Heemstra Aarnoud Jan de Beaufort Wilhelmine Cornelia de Beaufort Anna Aleida Stoop 3. Ella van Heemstra Tjalling Minne Watze van Asbeck Gerrit Ferdinand von Asbeck Elbrig van Bienema 7.

Elbrig Wilhemine Henriette van Asbeck Dirk van Hogendorp Carolina van Hogendorp Marianne Catherine van Hogendorp Concerning her heritage, she identified as half-Dutch, [2] as her mother was after all a Dutch noblewoman.

Furthermore, she spent a significant number of her formative years in the Netherlands, and was able to speak Dutch fluently. Her ancestry is covered in the " Early life " and " Ancestors " sections.

This was corrected in by her mother to "born in Onzic, Bohemia". Hepburn's voice remains in one line in "I Could Have Danced All Night", in the first verse of "Just You Wait", and in the entirety of its reprise in addition to sing-talking in parts of "The Rain in Spain" in the finished film.

When asked about the dubbing of an actress with such distinctive vocal tones, Hepburn frowned and said, "You could tell, couldn't you?

And there was Rex , recording all his songs as he acted Dear Mr van de Pas, Thankyou for sending me my 'family tree' - fascinating - how kind of you to go to so much effort for us.

I was born Audrey Kathleen Ruston until my father added Hepburn-Ruston after the last of the Hepburns died on his grandmother's side.

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April Hello Magazine. The Independent. Turner Classic Movies. Retrieved 27 May NY Daily News. Retrieved 22 December Retrieved 3 May Retrieved 8 May Hosts Special Session on Children's Rights".

Retrieved 15 January Archived from the original on 6 December Retrieved 5 July Audrey Hepburn: In words and pictures. Book Sales. Archived from the original on 19 April Archived from the original on 8 January Archived from the original on 23 September Retrieved 19 April Archived from the original on 28 September The Guardian.

Over her dead body! Pseudomyxoma Survivor. Rare Disease Day — 28 Feb La Rue Moderne. Archived from the original on 21 August Vanity Fair.

V Magazine. Archived from the original on 10 May Retrieved 23 April The Age. Melbourne, Australia.

Retrieved 7 December Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. Retrieved 4 July Audrey Hepburn at Wikipedia's sister projects. Awards for Audrey Hepburn.

Academy Award for Best Actress. Cecil B. DeMille Award. Zanuck Jean Hersholt Jack L. Tom Hanks She scored commercial success again playing Regina Lampert in the espionage caper Charade One of Audrey's most radiant roles was in the fine production of My Fair Lady After a couple of other movies, most notably Two for the Road , she hit pay dirt and another nomination in Wait Until Dark In , Audrey decided to retire from acting while she was on top.

She divorced from Mel Ferrer in On January 19, , she married Dr. Andrea Dotti. From time to time, she would appear on the silver screen.

She was named to People's magazine as one of the 50 most beautiful people in the world. Her last film was Always in Audrey Hepburn died, aged 63, on January 20, in Tolochnaz, Vaud, Switzerland, from appendicular cancer.

She had made a total of 31 high quality movies. Her elegance and style will always be remembered in film history as evidenced by her being named in Empire magazine's "The Top Movie Stars of All Time".

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Chosen by People magazine as one of the 50 Most Beautiful People in the world. Chosen by Empire magazine as one of the Sexiest Stars in film history 8.

Turned down the film Gigi after creating the character in the Broadway non musical play. They starred together in Breakfast at Tiffany's On March 25th, , she accepted the award from the much revered Academy president Jean Hersholt.

After accepting the award, Audrey kissed him smack on the mouth, instead of the cheek, in her excitement. Minutes after accepting her Oscar, Audrey realized that she'd misplaced it.

Turning quickly on the steps of the Center Theater in New York, she raced back to the ladies' room, retrieved the award, and was ready to pose for photographs.

Christened simply Audrey Kathleen Ruston, her mother Baroness Ella Van Heemstra temporarily changed her daughter's name from "Audrey" to "Edda" during the war, feeling that "Audrey" might indicate her British roots too strongly.

During the war, being English in occupied Netherlands was not an asset; it could have attracted the attention of the occupying German forces and resulted in confinement or even deportation.

After the war her father Joseph Victor Anthony Ruston found documents about his ancestors, some of whom bore the name "Hepburn".

This is when he added it to his name, which caused her daughter to have to add Hepburn to her legal name as well, thus Audrey Kathleen Hepburn-Ruston.

She was raised bilingually; speaking English and Dutch resulting in her unique accent. Throughout her life, she used multilingualism to great advantage with international press in both her careers as an actress and humanitarian.

Was briefly considered for the main role in Cleopatra but the part went to Elizabeth Taylor. She confessed to eating tulip bulbs and tried to bake grass into bread during the hard days of World War II.

In , on the TV show "Reflections on the TV screen", when asked about the longstanding rumor that she felt that she was miscast in one of her most popular roles as Holly Golightly in Breakfast at Tiffany's : "No, that is quite wrong.

I had no misgivings about "Breakfast at Tiffany's". Some people had, but not me. I don't think Truman Capote thought I was right for the part.

And some people thought it was a different era that it was a bit daring to play a call girl. Henry Mancini said of her: "'Moon River' was written for her.

No one else had ever understood it so completely. There have been more than a thousand versions of 'Moon River', but hers is inquestionably the greatest".

Turned down the lead role in the film The Diary of Anne Frank because she was too old for the part. Years later, in , during her humanitarian career, she accompanied composer Michael Tilson Thomas and the New World Symphony orchestra to narrate portions of Frank's diary for a symphonic work he had written, "From The Diary of Anne Frank", which she performed on a small tour in the United States and London.

During the battle of Arnhem, year-old Audrey was a volunteer nurse in a Dutch hospital. The hospital received many wounded Allied soldiers, one of whom young Audrey helped nurse back to health was a young British paratrooper - and future director - named Terence Young.

In she was posthumously awarded the Jean Hersholt Humanitarian Award. She worked with the Dutch Underground, giving ballet performances to collect donations for the anti-Nazi effort and as an occasional courier.

She also received dance training and later studied ballet in London. Presented the Best Picture Oscar at the Academy Awards four times in , , , and , more than any other actress.

Told People Magazine that she was very self-conscious about her size feet. In she became the thirteenth performer to win the Triple Crown of Acting.

She was in the 1 spot. Her father was of approximately one quarter English and three quarters Austrian descent. Her mother was Dutch, with remote French and English roots.

Some reports incorrectly identified Audrey as having Irish ancestry on her paternal side which even she believed , but her father's only ties to Ireland were having resided there in the latter part of his life.

Voted 1 in TheAge. When she failed to receive an Academy Award nomination for her role as Eliza Doolittle in My Fair Lady , Katharine Hepburn wired her with a message of encouragement: "Don't worry about it.

You'll get it one day for a part that doesn't rate it. Her character in Funny Face was inspired by Suzy Parker , who made a fashionable cameo appearance in the film her first film in the "Think Pink" sequence.

According to her biography, "Audrey Hepburn: An Intimate Portrait", she made a vow to herself never to exceed pounds. With the exception of her pregnancies, she succeeded.

Turned down the title role in Gigi to make Funny Face Ironically, her agent initially rejected the film, but Hepburn overrode the decision after reading the script.

Famous" appears as the dog in the basket during the "Anna Karenina" train shot. Hepburn did not want to be separated from husband Mel Ferrer , so filming of the Paris scenes was timed to coincide with Ferrer's filming of Elena and Her Men Paris' unseasonably rainy weather had to be worked into the script, particularly during the balloons photo shoot scene.

During filming of the Paris scenes, much of the crew and cast were on edge because of riots and political violence that were gripping the city.

The soggy weather played havoc with the shooting of the wedding dress dance scene. Both Fred Astaire and Hepburn were continually slipping in the muddy and slippery grass.

In "Funny Face" she was lucky enough to sing several songs. Her next full musical, My Fair Lady , had her singing voice dubbed by Marni Nixon , much to Hepburn's disappointment.

The face portrait unveiled in the darkroom scene was photographed by Richard Avedon. The film was shot back-to-back with Love in the Afternoon She would only agree to star if the film were made in Rome, so that she would be able to remain home to raise her sons.

Hepburn was diagnosed with appendiceal cancer on November 1, not colon cancer, as it is often mistakenly called. The cancer spread into the lining of her small intestine.

She had one foot of intestine removed in surgery and went through chemotherapy, but in a second surgery it was decided that the cancer had spread too far and could not be treated.

Her son Sean Hepburn Ferrer believes it had probably been developing over the course of the previous five years. From until her death, she lived together in Switzerland with her partner, Dutch actor Robert Wolders.

The US Postal Service issued a 37 cent commemorative stamp honoring her as a Hollywood legend and humanitarian Was voted "most beautiful woman of all time" by the readers of "New Woman" magazine Saved the life of her friend Capucine , who attempted suicide on several occasions.

As of , she and Katharine Hepburn are the only "Best Actress" Oscar-winners to share a last name. Of course, they are not related.

Met future husband Mel Ferrer at a party hosted by Gregory Peck. It was Ferrer who sent Hepburn the script for "Ondine", which Hepburn agreed to play on Broadway, in which the couple co-starred.

Scottish writer A. Cronin was godfather of Sean Hepburn Ferrer , her first child. Warner planned to have all of her singing dubbed.

Hepburn was offered the role of a Japanese bride opposite Marlon Brando in Sayonara but turned it down. She later explained that she "couldn't possibly play an Oriental.

No one would believe me; they'd laugh. It's a lovely script, however, I know what I can and can't do. And if you did persuade me, you would regret it, because I would be terrible".

Broke her back during filming of a horse-riding scene in The Unforgiven She did not attend the ceremony, due to being ill with cancer.

An ivory satin wedding gown was designed by the Fontana sisters, but Hepburn called off the wedding at the last minute.

She was reported to have begun experiencing stomach pains towards the end of the trip, leading to her cancer diagnosis, two months later.

Returned to work nine months after giving birth to her son Sean Hepburn Ferrer in order to begin filming Breakfast at Tiffany's Suffered from hydrophobia, a condition that severely hampered some of her scenes in Two for the Road When a shot called for co-star Albert Finney to throw Hepburn into a swimming pool, divers were placed on standby off-camera just to placate the actress after it was learned that she had a morbid fear of water.

One of only 15 individuals who are an "EGOT", meaning having received at least one of all of the four major entertainment awards: an Emmy, a Grammy, an Oscar and a Tony, competitively.

Six others including Barbra Streisand, Liza Minnelli, James Earl Jones, Alan Menken, Harry Belafonte, and Quincy Jones have won three of the four awards competitively and received an honorary fourth and thus do not, strictly speaking, qualify.

Art was one of her longtime hobbies, she drew pictures of stories when she was a child to distract herself from chronic hunger pains during WWII.

As an adult, she took up painting to pass time while pregnant with her son, Luca. In addition to her first son Sean Hepburn Ferrer , Hepburn became pregnant another four times by her husband Mel Ferrer in , , , and However, she suffered miscarriages on all of those occasions.

She fell pregnant twice with Dr. Andrea Dotti; giving birth in to her second son, Luca, but miscarried in She auditioned for, and did a costume test for, the role of Lygia in Quo Vadis , but M-G-M turned her down because she was too unknown at the time and went with Deborah Kerr.

When Hepburn was in the final stages of her illness, the press took pictures of her while she was at home, and published the photos, much to the disapproval of everyone who knew her.

While working in a minor movie, We Go to Monte Carlo , in Monaco in , Hepburn was spotted by novelist Colette , who deemed her the ideal choice to play the title role in the upcoming Broadway version of her play "Gigi.

She never singled out any of her films as a favorite, but often spoke fondly of Breakfast at Tiffany's , Roman Holiday , Funny Face , The Nun's Story , and Charade in interviews.

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Hepburn said, "I saw but one glaring truth: These are not natural disasters but man-made tragedies for which there is only one man-made solution — peace.

John Isaac , a UN photographer, said, "Often the kids would have flies all over them, but she would just go hug them.

I had never seen that. Other people had a certain amount of hesitation, but she would just grab them.

Children would just come up to hold her hand, touch her — she was like the Pied Piper. In September , four months before she died, Hepburn went to Somalia.

Calling it "apocalyptic", she said, "I walked into a nightmare. I have seen famine in Ethiopia and Bangladesh, but I have seen nothing like this — so much worse than I could possibly have imagined.

I wasn't prepared for this. I think perhaps with time, instead of there being a politicisation of humanitarian aid , there will be a humanisation of politics.

United States president George H. In , Hepburn became engaged to James Hanson , [97] whom she had known since her early days in London. She called it "love at first sight", but after having her wedding dress fitted and the date set, she decided the marriage would not work because the demands of their careers would keep them apart most of the time.

At a cocktail party hosted by mutual friend Gregory Peck , Hepburn met American actor Mel Ferrer , and suggested that they star together in a play.

Eight months later, on 25 September , they were married in Bürgenstock , Switzerland, [] while preparing to star together in the film War and Peace Hepburn had two miscarriages, one in March , [] and another in , after she fell from a horse during the filming of The Unforgiven When she became pregnant for the third time, she took a year off work to prevent another miscarriage.

Their son Sean Hepburn Ferrer was born on 17 July She had two more miscarriages in and Despite the insistence from gossip columns that their marriage would not last, Hepburn claimed that she and Ferrer were inseparable and happy together, though she admitted that he had a bad temper.

Hepburn met her second husband, Italian psychiatrist Andrea Dotti , on a Mediterranean cruise with friends in June She believed she would have more children and possibly stop working.

While pregnant with Luca in , Hepburn was more careful, resting for months before delivering the baby via caesarean section.

She wanted to have a third child, but had another miscarriage in From until her death, Hepburn was in a relationship with Dutch actor Robert Wolders , [34] the widower of actress Merle Oberon.

She had met Wolders through a friend during the later years of her second marriage. In , she called the nine years she had spent with him the happiest years of her life, and stated that she considered them married, just not officially.

Upon returning from Somalia to Switzerland in late September , Hepburn began suffering from abdominal pain. While initial medical tests in Switzerland had inconclusive results, a laparoscopy performed at the Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles in early November revealed a rare form of abdominal cancer belonging to a group of cancers known as pseudomyxoma peritonei.

After surgery, Hepburn began chemotherapy. Hepburn and her family returned home to Switzerland to celebrate her last Christmas.

As she was still recovering from surgery, she was unable to fly on commercial aircraft. Her longtime friend, fashion designer Hubert de Givenchy , arranged for socialite Rachel Lambert "Bunny" Mellon to send her private Gulfstream jet, filled with flowers, to take Hepburn from Los Angeles to Geneva.

She spent her last days in hospice care at her home in Tolochenaz , Vaud and was occasionally well enough to take walks in her garden, but gradually became more confined to bedrest.

On the evening of 20 January , Hepburn died in her sleep at home. After her death, Gregory Peck went on camera and tearfully recited her favourite poem, "Unending Love" by Rabindranath Tagore.

Hepburn's legacy has endured long after her death. In her last years, she remained a visible presence in the film world. She received a tribute from the Film Society of Lincoln Center in and was a frequent presenter at the Academy Awards.

She was the recipient of numerous posthumous awards including the Jean Hersholt Humanitarian Award and competitive Grammy and Emmy Awards.

She has been the subject of many biographies since her death including the dramatisation of her life titled The Audrey Hepburn Story which starred Jennifer Love Hewitt and Emmy Rossum as the older and younger Hepburn respectively.

Hepburn's image is widely used in advertising campaigns across the world. In Japan, a series of commercials used colourised and digitally enhanced clips of Hepburn in Roman Holiday to advertise Kirin black tea.

Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band album cover — to celebrate the British cultural figures of his life that he most admires. Sean Ferrer founded the Audrey Hepburn Children's Fund [] in memory of his mother shortly after her death.

Dotti also became patron of the Pseudomyxoma Survivor charity, dedicated to providing support to patients of the rare cancer Hepburn suffered from, pseudomyxoma peritonei , [] and the rare disease ambassador since and for on behalf of European Organisation for Rare Diseases.

Hepburn was known for her fashion choices and distinctive look, to the extent that journalist Mark Tungate has described her as a recognisable brand.

Yet we recognise the rightness of this appearance in relation to our historical needs. The proof is that thousands of imitations have appeared.

Added to the International Best Dressed List in , Hepburn was associated with a minimalistic style, usually wearing clothes with simple silhouettes which emphasised her slim body, monochromatic colours, and occasional statement accessories.

Hepburn was in particular associated with French fashion designer Hubert de Givenchy , who was first hired to design her on-screen wardrobe for her second Hollywood film, Sabrina , when she was still unknown as a film actor and he a young couturier just starting his fashion house.

He has always been the best, and he stayed the best. Because he kept the spare style that I love. What is more beautiful than a simple sheath made an extraordinary way in a special fabric, and just two earrings?

In her private life, Hepburn preferred to wear casual and comfortable clothes, contrary to the haute couture she wore on screen and at public events.

I was too fat, or maybe too tall, or maybe just plain too ugly I couldn't conquer these feelings by acting indecisive. I found the only way to get the better of them was by adopting a forceful, concentrated drive.

Women can look like Audrey Hepburn by flipping out their hair, buying the large glasses and the little sleeveless dresses.

Hepburn's influence as a style icon continues several decades after the height of her acting career in the s and s. Moseley notes that especially after her death in , she became increasingly admired, with magazines frequently advising readers on how to get her look and fashion designers using her as inspiration.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Redirected from Hepburn, Audrey. British actress. Ixelles , Brussels, Belgium. Tolochenaz , Vaud , Switzerland.

Mel Ferrer. Andrea Dotti. Sean Hepburn Ferrer Luca Dotti. Baron Aarnoud van Heemstra maternal grandfather Emma Ferrer granddaughter. See also: Dutch famine of — Don't discount anything awful you hear or read about the Nazis.

It's worse than you could ever imagine. With George Peppard in Breakfast at Tiffany's With Cary Grant in Charade Main article: Audrey Hepburn on screen and stage.

Main article: List of awards and honours received by Audrey Hepburn. Ancestors of Audrey Hepburn [] Joseph John Ruston 4.

Barbara Victoria Belha 2. Anton Wels ABT 5. Anna Juliana Franziska Karolina Wels Karolina Schutz -AFT 1. Audrey Kathleen Ruston or Ruston-Hepburn Frans Julius Johan van Heemstra Willem Hendrik Johan van Heemstra Henriette Philippine van Pallandt 6.

Aarnoud Jan Anne Aleid van Heemstra Aarnoud Jan de Beaufort Wilhelmine Cornelia de Beaufort Anna Aleida Stoop 3.

Ella van Heemstra Tjalling Minne Watze van Asbeck Gerrit Ferdinand von Asbeck Elbrig van Bienema 7. Elbrig Wilhemine Henriette van Asbeck Dirk van Hogendorp Carolina van Hogendorp Marianne Catherine van Hogendorp Concerning her heritage, she identified as half-Dutch, [2] as her mother was after all a Dutch noblewoman.

Furthermore, she spent a significant number of her formative years in the Netherlands, and was able to speak Dutch fluently. Her ancestry is covered in the " Early life " and " Ancestors " sections.

Told People Magazine that she was very self-conscious about her size feet. In she became the thirteenth performer to win the Triple Crown of Acting.

She was in the 1 spot. Her father was of approximately one quarter English and three quarters Austrian descent.

Her mother was Dutch, with remote French and English roots. Some reports incorrectly identified Audrey as having Irish ancestry on her paternal side which even she believed , but her father's only ties to Ireland were having resided there in the latter part of his life.

Voted 1 in TheAge. When she failed to receive an Academy Award nomination for her role as Eliza Doolittle in My Fair Lady , Katharine Hepburn wired her with a message of encouragement: "Don't worry about it.

You'll get it one day for a part that doesn't rate it. Her character in Funny Face was inspired by Suzy Parker , who made a fashionable cameo appearance in the film her first film in the "Think Pink" sequence.

According to her biography, "Audrey Hepburn: An Intimate Portrait", she made a vow to herself never to exceed pounds. With the exception of her pregnancies, she succeeded.

Turned down the title role in Gigi to make Funny Face Ironically, her agent initially rejected the film, but Hepburn overrode the decision after reading the script.

Famous" appears as the dog in the basket during the "Anna Karenina" train shot. Hepburn did not want to be separated from husband Mel Ferrer , so filming of the Paris scenes was timed to coincide with Ferrer's filming of Elena and Her Men Paris' unseasonably rainy weather had to be worked into the script, particularly during the balloons photo shoot scene.

During filming of the Paris scenes, much of the crew and cast were on edge because of riots and political violence that were gripping the city.

The soggy weather played havoc with the shooting of the wedding dress dance scene. Both Fred Astaire and Hepburn were continually slipping in the muddy and slippery grass.

In "Funny Face" she was lucky enough to sing several songs. Her next full musical, My Fair Lady , had her singing voice dubbed by Marni Nixon , much to Hepburn's disappointment.

The face portrait unveiled in the darkroom scene was photographed by Richard Avedon. The film was shot back-to-back with Love in the Afternoon She would only agree to star if the film were made in Rome, so that she would be able to remain home to raise her sons.

Hepburn was diagnosed with appendiceal cancer on November 1, not colon cancer, as it is often mistakenly called.

The cancer spread into the lining of her small intestine. She had one foot of intestine removed in surgery and went through chemotherapy, but in a second surgery it was decided that the cancer had spread too far and could not be treated.

Her son Sean Hepburn Ferrer believes it had probably been developing over the course of the previous five years. From until her death, she lived together in Switzerland with her partner, Dutch actor Robert Wolders.

The US Postal Service issued a 37 cent commemorative stamp honoring her as a Hollywood legend and humanitarian Was voted "most beautiful woman of all time" by the readers of "New Woman" magazine Saved the life of her friend Capucine , who attempted suicide on several occasions.

As of , she and Katharine Hepburn are the only "Best Actress" Oscar-winners to share a last name. Of course, they are not related. Met future husband Mel Ferrer at a party hosted by Gregory Peck.

It was Ferrer who sent Hepburn the script for "Ondine", which Hepburn agreed to play on Broadway, in which the couple co-starred.

Scottish writer A. Cronin was godfather of Sean Hepburn Ferrer , her first child. Warner planned to have all of her singing dubbed. Hepburn was offered the role of a Japanese bride opposite Marlon Brando in Sayonara but turned it down.

She later explained that she "couldn't possibly play an Oriental. No one would believe me; they'd laugh.

It's a lovely script, however, I know what I can and can't do. And if you did persuade me, you would regret it, because I would be terrible".

Broke her back during filming of a horse-riding scene in The Unforgiven She did not attend the ceremony, due to being ill with cancer.

An ivory satin wedding gown was designed by the Fontana sisters, but Hepburn called off the wedding at the last minute. She was reported to have begun experiencing stomach pains towards the end of the trip, leading to her cancer diagnosis, two months later.

Returned to work nine months after giving birth to her son Sean Hepburn Ferrer in order to begin filming Breakfast at Tiffany's Suffered from hydrophobia, a condition that severely hampered some of her scenes in Two for the Road When a shot called for co-star Albert Finney to throw Hepburn into a swimming pool, divers were placed on standby off-camera just to placate the actress after it was learned that she had a morbid fear of water.

One of only 15 individuals who are an "EGOT", meaning having received at least one of all of the four major entertainment awards: an Emmy, a Grammy, an Oscar and a Tony, competitively.

Six others including Barbra Streisand, Liza Minnelli, James Earl Jones, Alan Menken, Harry Belafonte, and Quincy Jones have won three of the four awards competitively and received an honorary fourth and thus do not, strictly speaking, qualify.

Art was one of her longtime hobbies, she drew pictures of stories when she was a child to distract herself from chronic hunger pains during WWII.

As an adult, she took up painting to pass time while pregnant with her son, Luca. In addition to her first son Sean Hepburn Ferrer , Hepburn became pregnant another four times by her husband Mel Ferrer in , , , and However, she suffered miscarriages on all of those occasions.

She fell pregnant twice with Dr. Andrea Dotti; giving birth in to her second son, Luca, but miscarried in She auditioned for, and did a costume test for, the role of Lygia in Quo Vadis , but M-G-M turned her down because she was too unknown at the time and went with Deborah Kerr.

When Hepburn was in the final stages of her illness, the press took pictures of her while she was at home, and published the photos, much to the disapproval of everyone who knew her.

While working in a minor movie, We Go to Monte Carlo , in Monaco in , Hepburn was spotted by novelist Colette , who deemed her the ideal choice to play the title role in the upcoming Broadway version of her play "Gigi.

She never singled out any of her films as a favorite, but often spoke fondly of Breakfast at Tiffany's , Roman Holiday , Funny Face , The Nun's Story , and Charade in interviews.

She reportedly did not enjoy working on The Unforgiven due to injuries sustained while shooting, and Wait Until Dark from the stress of her failing marriage.

She was said to have also disappointed with the results of Paris When It Sizzles and Bloodline Nonetheless, she had a great reputation for her professionalism and almost always got along well with her co-stars and directors.

Is one of 25 actresses to have won an Academy Award for their performance in a comedy; hers being for Roman Holiday She accepted her final role as "Hap" in Always simply for the opportunity to work with Director Steven Spielberg.

Hepburn was moved by Spielberg's film E. Hepburn was to play the daughter of an English judge who enlists the aid of a thief Laurence Harvey to exonerate her father, a High Court Judge who has been arrested for the murder of a prostitute.

Hepburn dropped out of the project when she became pregnant, and that, along with subsequent changes in British law regarding prostitution, caused Hitchcock to lose interest in the project, and it was never made.

A few years later Hepburn starred with Cary Grant in Charade , which is sometimes referred to as "the best Hitchcock film that Hitchcock never made.

Increased her smoking habit to 60 cigarettes a day while filming The Unforgiven Played by Caroline J. Smith in Hollywood Mouth 3 My Fair Lady was the only winner.

Audrey y Givenchy mantuvieron una fuerte amistad durante el resto de sus vidas. Muchos de estos actores se convirtieron en personas muy cercanas a la actriz.

Algunos creen que Audrey y Humphrey no mantuvieron su amistad, pero era falso. Y ahi estaba Rex, grabando todas sus canciones mientras actuaba Los medios hicieron referencia a la rivalidad entre las dos actrices, cuando incluso ellas mismas la negaban.

Hay que destacar el thriller Wait Until Dark , donde encarnaba a una mujer ciega acosada por criminales, y Robin y Marian con Sean Connery.

De Wikipedia, la enciclopedia libre. Audrey Hepburn. Londres: Pavilion. Audrey Hepburn, an Elegant Spirit.

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Stars John Travolta trauert um weiteres Familienmitglied min. Sie begann, sich für Filme zu begeistern. Das Buch ermöglicht eine ganz neue Sichtweise auf Audrey Hepburn und zeigt, dass sie zwar eine Schauspiellegende, Stil-Ikone, Muse und Wohltäterin war, aber auch eine normale Frau, die ihr Leben liebte. Niemand Polly Shannon hat es je so gut verstanden. Audrey Kathleen Ruston wird am 4. Sternzeichen: Stier. Bald darauf ging sie zurück nach England, wo sie bei Marie Rambert eine Ausbildung absolvierte, um Ballerina zu werden. Hubert de Givenchy und Audrey Hepburn. Das Essen war knapp und alles, was es gab, bekamen die Dazn De.

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