Audrey Hepburn

The Life Of

Audrey's Life

On May 4th, 1929 a miracle happened in Brussels, Belgium. Audrey was talented and she was known for her grace and beauty. She was one of Hollywood's greatest style icons. Audrey went to boarding school during World War 2. Audrey worked at Arnhem Conservatory at Netherlands. Audrey and her mother struggled so they can survive.

After the smashing success in GiGi on Broadway, Audrey went into a Hollywood film and in the hearts of an adoring public. She was Princess Anne in the movie Roman Holiday. Audrey immediately was catapulted into the limelight and she won an Oscar for best actress and it was her first American motion picture in 1954. A couple months later a wonderful thing happened. Audrey Hepburn had a son named Sean. Audrey started to work at the Adaptation of Truman Capote's Audrey then spirited portrayal of Holly Jolly Golightly kept both icons. Her next act was The Children’s Hour opposite Shirley MacLaine and James Garner. Audrey was the assistant director with William Wyler for the movie Roman Holiday then Audrey Took her time off having fun with family and friends. In the year 1980 at one of Connie Walds parties Audrey met an actor named Robert Wolders who had grown up with Audrey in Holland they went threw a lot of things together. After a few days they discovered that they had a lot in common like gardening, music, and art and they were both funny too. On January 20,1993 Audrey died but you still see the Audrey look around town.

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