Audrey Hepburn

Another icon in the entertainment industry is the actress Audrey Hepburn. Known for her sophistication and fashion sense, Audrey Hepburn remained popular despite her passing years ago due to her contribution to the fashion and entertainment industry. Born as Audrey Kathleen Ruston in Belgium, Audrey was part of a prominent family who fled to England. A ballet dancer and was a keen performer, Audrey had her first starring movie in the 1954 film, The Roman Holiday. Through the said film, Audrey won awards in Oscars, Golden Globe, and BAFTA and rose to fame as one of the most sought-after actresses of Hollywood’s Golden era.

Likewise, she was among the only few personalities who won an EGOT (Emmy, Golden Globe, Oscars, and Tony). Audrey starred in several blockbuster films during her reign in Hollywood. Among her film credits are Ondine, Sabrina, The Nun Story, My Fair Lady, and Breakfast in Tifanny’s, which is considered her most iconic role ever. The black dress she wore on the said film became the most popular LBD or little black dress in history and made as posters and photo display at home. Continuing her artistic lineage is hi son, Sean Hepburn Ferrer – a film producer and writer, and her granddaughter, Emma Kathleen Ferrer – an artist and model.