Audrey Kathleen Hepburn-Ruston. 1929 May 4, birth of Audrey Kathleen Hepburn-Ruston in Brussels, Belgium. Daughter of John Victor Hepburn-Ruston and Ella van Heemstra. 1935- 1938 Audrey attends boarding school in England. 1939- 1945 Audrey attends Arnhem Conservatory.
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Ealing Studios, Great Britain
Starring: Alec Guiness
Monte Carlo Baby (English version)Directed By: Jean BoyerRole: Linda Farrel
Fulton Theatre, New York
(National Tour, 1951-1953)
in Rome, Italy
1952Nous Irons A Monte-CarloGFD/Favorite PicturesDirected By: Jean BoyerRole: Melissa Walter
Ealing Studios, Great Britain
Directed By: William Wyler
Gregory Peck, Eddie Albert
Role: Princess Ann (Anya Smith)
- Best Actress
Alifelong friendship begins with Hubert de Givenchy andcontinues throughout Audrey's life.
1954SabrinaParamount PicturesDirected By: Billy WilderStarring: Humphrey Bogart, William HoldenRole: Sabrina
Academy Award®Nomination, Best Actress
46th Street Theatre, New York
Directed By: Alfred Lunt
Starring: Mel Ferrer
- Best Dramatic Actress
1956War and PeacePonti-DeLaurentiis ProductionsDirected By: King VidorStarring: Henry Fonda, Mel FerrerRole: Natasha Rostov
Love In The AfternoonAllied ArtistsDirected By: Billy WilderStarring: Gary Cooper, Maurice ChevalierRole: Ariane Chavasse
MayerlingProducers' Showcase Special - NBC TelevisionDirected By: Anatole LitvakStarring: Mel Ferrer, Judith EvelynRole: Marie Vetsera
1959The Nun's StoryWarner BrothersDirected By: Fred ZinnemannStarring: Peter Finch Dame Judith Evans Dame Peggy AshcroftRole: Sister LukeAcademy Award®Nomination - Best Actress
1961Breakfast at Tiffany'sParamount PicturesDirected By: Blake EdwardsStarring: George Peppard Patricia Neal Buddy EbsenRole: Holly GolightlyAcademy Award®NominationBest Actress
1963CharadeUniversal StudiosDirected By: Stanley DonenStarring: Cary Grant Walter Matthau James CoburnRole: Regina Lambert
1967Wait Until DarkWarner BrothersDirected By: Terence YoungStarring: Alan Arkin Efram Zimbalist Jr. Richard CrennaRole: Suzy HendrixAcademy Award® Nomination
1987Love Among Thieves (T.V.)ABC-TV MovieDirected By: Roger YoungStarring: Robert Wagner Samantha Eggar Jerry OrbachRole: Baroness Caroline DuLac
"From the Diary of Anne Frank“Concerts for Life: An American Tour for the World's Children, A UNICEF BenefitConductor & Composer: Michael Tilson ThomasNarrated by Audrey Hepburn
Gardens of the World with Audrey HepburnPBS mini-series - Eight 30 minute episodesDirected By: Bruce FranchiniHosted By: Michael YorkAudrey receives an Emmy for "Outstanding Individual Achievement" - Informational Programming
Additionally, Audrey Hepburn received over fifty other awards and international distinctions for her work in film and later for her humanitarian efforts on behalf of children everywhere.