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    Katharine Hepburn

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    Katharine Hepburn Graceful, charming, hilarious, self-confident, hard-working, determined, outrageous; Katharine Hepburn has been gathering adjectives for years, adding them to her image with carelessness and calculation. In an era of changing roles for women, Katharine Hepburn was able to use her influence on the American film to stand out as an early role model of the modern American woman. She had the essence of the successful adventuress: no mater the challenge, she survived in tact with

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    Caroline Scheuermann Mrs. Brennan English II-1st 13 April 2014 The Life Of Audrey Hepburn Audrey Hepburn is one of the most iconic actresses ever to cross the screen. Well known for her acting career, Audrey’s life was lived for the good of others. There are many events in her life that made her to be so devout in her charity work. Audrey’s several hit movies and awards make her a great role model to aspiring actors, but her difficult experiences with World War II and her charity work make her

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    Audrey Hepburn

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    Audrey Hepburn is a name remembered by many, and for various reasons. Most remember her from her roles in Breakfast at Tiffany's and Roman Holiday. Some only remember her because she was said to be one of the most naturally beautiful women in history. What very few remember of her unfortunately, are her charitable acts. Audrey Hepburn was not just a beautiful and talented actress, and she consisted of much more, such as her large, giving heart, that led her to help many charities, and her giving

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    Audrey Hepburn

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    Audrey Hepburn once said, "Nothing is impossible. The word itself says, 'I'm possible'!", and over the course of her 63 years she showed the world she could prove it. Born Audrey Kathleen Rouston in Brussels, Belgium, this gamine girl overcame hunger, poverty, war, and abandonment to storm Hollywood with her elegance, grace, stunning iconic fashion, and down to earth personality. In present day Hollywood many stars are known to show admirable gestures of humanitarianism, but although Audrey is considered

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    Me: Stories of My Life by Katherine Hepburn Katherine Hepburn is one of old Hollywood’s most unique and memorable stars. Her acting career lasted almost seventy years, earning her numerous awards including four Academy Awards, the most for any female actor. She has written two books, The Making of the African Queen in 1987 and Me: Stories of My Life in 1991. Katherine Hepburn was an independent, forward thinking individual, whose ideas were nurtured by her very large family. She was born

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    Audrey Hepburn

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    Edda Van Heemstra Hepburn-Ruston, more commonly known by the pseudonym Audrey Hepburn, was a remarkable 20th century actress who has entranced a seemingly timeless audience. Hepburn was not just known for her success in movies, but also for her overall poise, fashion influence and humanitarian work. Unlike the typical Hollywood stereotype, Hepburn redefined standards and allowed for her elegance to show through and inspire women. To fully grasp Audrey Hepburn’s monumental impact on the 20th century

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    Audrey Hepburn

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    Remembered as a film and fashion icon, Audrey Hepburn lived a difficult, but accomplished life. She was born on May 4, 1929 in Brussels, Belgium to Joseph Victor Hepburn-Ruston and Ella van Heemstr. Despite having a traumatizing childhood, she always believed that, “The most important thing is to enjoy life. To be happy. It’s all that matters.” Hepburn had two half-brothers, Ian and Alex Quales van Ufford from her mother’s first marriage. When she was 6-years-old, her father left their family and

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    Katharine Hepburn

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    A fiery Scots-Yankee known for her intelligence, humor and iron determination, Katharine Hepburn demonstrated remarkable staying power in a screen career that spanned more than six decades, winning three of her four Best Actress Oscars after the age of 60. Credit must go to her extraordinary parents, a noted urologist father, who at great professional risk brought the facts about venereal disease to a wider public, and his dedicated suffragette wife (an early champion of birth control), for providing

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    “Audrey Hepburn looks like every girl and like no girl. She doesn’t even look like Audrey Hepburn” once said by a friend of Audrey’s (source 1 1). She is known as one of the most unique looking actresses in Hollywood with one of the greatest styles. She is idolized by many not only because of her 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

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    Essay On Audrey Hepburn

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    Elegance: The Life of Audrey Hepburn A little black dress fitted perfectly around the tiny waist of a dancer’s body. Her hips sway as she walks, hair pinned on top of her head in a perfect bun, and large dark sunglasses resting lightly on the bridge of her nose framing a thin face. Audrey Hepburn. a symbol of elegance, glamour, poise. But no one knows her life, not really. What’s behind that pearly white smile, what have those deep chocolate brown eyes witnessed? Audrey Hepburn has been a cultural symbol

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