Audrey Hepburn: 10 Interesting Facts About The Actress
Till date, Audrey Hepburn is still considered as one of the most beautiful women to ever grace the silverscreen and stage, anywhere in the world. Born in May of 1929, she made her first appearance as a flight stewardess in the 1948 Dutch film, Dutch in Seven Lessons.
1948 saw her performing in the musical, High Button Shoes as a chorus girl and only three years after, she was on Broadway, playing the title character in the play Gigi. But true stardom did not find her until she made her way into Hollywood. Hepburn debuted as a runaway princess in William Wyler's Roman Holiday (1953) opposite Gregory Peck.
Audrey Hepburn was awarded the Lifetime Achievement Award from BAFTA and her laurels read like a history book. But here are 10 things you probably don’t know about Catherine Hepburn.
1. She belonged to 'EGOT' Club
First of all, there are only 12 people on earth who have won all 4 major awards (Emmy, Grammy, Oscar, and Tony). These people belong to the esteemed group commonly referred to as EGOT. Catherin Hepburn happens to be one of them.