Thursday, August 23, 2012

Audrey Hepburn's Earliest Movies

Fashion icon, actress, ballet dancer, and humanitarian, Audrey Hepburn is the daughter of a wealthy banker and Dutch baroness, she was born on May 9, 1929 as Audrey Kathleen Ruston. She became the third greatest female screen legend in American cinema.

Audrey Hepburn is the most beautiful among Belgian actresses, she has a slender, radiant beauty, classic sophistication, and charming innocence. Her beauty is immaculate as well as her heart, her determination to lend a hand to the needy makes her an epitome of a “genuinely beautiful woman”.

Before she became a successful actress, Audrey played minor role in the beginning of her career. Let us go back and recall the earliest movies of Audrey Hepburn.

The Lavender Hill Mob. A 1951 comedy film, directed by Charles Crichton. Audrey Hepburn played as Chiquita, classic movie dissertation writing recorded that this is the first appearance of Ms. Hepburn in a major movie.

Laughter in Paradise. A 1951 British comedy film, directed by Mario Zampi. Audrey played the role of Frieda, the cigarette girl.

One Wild Oat. A 1951 British comedy film, directed by Charles Saunders(film) and Jack Buchanan (Stage). Audrey played as an extra, her role is a hotel receptionist.

The Young Wives Tale. A romantic-comedy British film in 1951, directed by Henry Cass. Audrey played a minor role as Eve Lester.

Secret People. A Crime-Drama film in 1952, directed by Thorold Dickinson. Audrey played the role of Nora Brentano, the ballerina,

It is too much to hope that I shall keep up my success. I don't ask for that. All I shall do is my best – and hope” - Audrey Hepburn

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