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    Tony Award for Play It Again Sam, a Broadway production of Woody Allen. Career Keaton had a good relationship with Allen and had done several films with him like Sleeper in

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    discovered at 14 while vacationing in New York. She played different roles including Katniss Everdeen in the movies series The Hunger Games and Mystique in X-Men: First Class. Jennifer had several award nominations including a Golden Globe. In 2010 she received her first Academy Award for Best Actress. Jennifer Shrader Lawrence was born on August 12, 1990. She has two older brothers, Blaine and Ben. Growing up Jennifer lived on a farm outside Louisville, Kentucky. She lived with her mom Karen

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    Audrey Hepburn

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    goofy, personable actress who had everything in her life that she could desire, and still put her time and effort into helping those around the world who weren’t as fortunate. "If there was a cross between the salt of the earth and a regal queen," Shirley MacLaine told People; that would be Audrey Hepburn. Many people only know her as the beautiful Holly Golightly who sat on a window sill and touched the hearts of the world with her song, but some others will always remember her best as the fairy godmother

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    of a string of hits, including Morning Glory (1933), for which she won an Oscar for Best Actress, and Little Women (1933).” (Peterson 2013) Hepburn has received four Academy Awards for Best Actress (1982, 1969, 1968, 1934), Kennedy Center Honors (1990), Screen Actors Guild Life Achievement Award (1979), BAFTA Award for Best Actress in a Leading Role (1983) (Wikipedia). It took Hepburn 34 years to win another Academy

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    All throughout her acting career, Audrey Hepburn has received more awards and nominations than any of the other actors and actresses combined. Some of these noted awards include the Oscars, the Tony and the Emmy awards (“List of Awards and Honours Received by Audrey Hepburn”). Hepburn also topped various distinguished charts. She was voted as the 3rd among The American Film Institute’s 50 Greatest Screen Legends, recognized as the 18th Greatest Movie Star of all time by Premiere Magazine, 21st

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    Ingrid Bergman

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    Face), among others, and the German film Die Vier Gesellen. In 1939, at David O. Selznick’s request, Ingrid made the transition to Hollywood. With this move she began a career that would span five decades, win her three Oscars, two Emmys and a Tony Award, and see her image go “from saint to whore and back to saint again,” as Ingrid once described it herself. The Hollywood version of "Intermezzo: A Love Story"was a success, and resulted in Selznick signing Ingrid to a seven-year contract. While she

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    Audrey Hepburn Impact

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    her an Academy Award for best actress. She also won a Golden Globe for Best Motion Picture Actress ("Roman Holiday -Awards"). Another one of Audrey’s most famous roles was Breakfast at Tiffany’s with George Peppard (1961). It is about a very social girl living in New York who becomes interested in a man th... ... middle of paper ... ...ldier Relief Foundation, and Children's Aid Society. Because of Audrey’s good deeds, she even has her own award called the Audrey Hepburn Humanitarian Award that

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    cosmopolitan from birth as her father was an English banker and her mother a Dutch baroness. In the movies she appeared as a delicate adolescent, a look which remained until her last movie Always (1989) directed by Steven Spielberg. Her career as actress began in the English cinema and after having been selected for the Broadway musical "Gigi" she debuted in Hollywood in 1953. With Roman Holiday (1953) she won an oscar; her favorite genres were the comedies like Sabrina (1954) or Love in the Afternoon

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    Elizabeth Taylor, a True Hollywood Star

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    to American parents, Sara Warmbrodt and Francis Taylor. In 1939, Elizabeth and her mother, Sara, left Hampstead and went to Los Angeles. Her father later joined them. Sara Warmbrodt, also known as Sara Sothern, was an actress on stage. So naturally, Liz was groomed to be an actress as well (Boman). A family friend suggested that Liz be taken for a screen test because of her striking beauty. She caught the eye of executives at Universal Pictures, and they signed her in 1941, but she was dropped after

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    accomplishments in acting, but also in philanthropy. Over her long career, she made great strides in redefining what it meant to be an actress, who still managed to help others. Amazingly, Audrey Hepburn grew up in one of the hardest times in European history, but still managed to break out with extreme talent. With admired beauty and grace, Audrey Hepburn became a world renowned actress and an impactful philanthropist who redefined the role of Hollywood

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