Born on May 4, 1929 in Ixelles, Belgium
Audrey Hepburn as "Joanna Wallace"
Architect Mark Wallace (Albert Finney) and his wife, Joanna (Audrey Hepburn), travel to France to meet with an affluent client (Claude Dauphin). While there, they reflect on their first decade of marriage -- memories of when they first met, of courtship and of road trips through the French countryside. As flirtation and playful quarreling turn to boredom with the banality of married life, the Wallaces struggle to rekindle their passion, while mutual infidelity threatens to tear them apart.
|Golden Globe (1967)||Nominated||Actress in a Leading Role - Musical or Comedy|
Audrey Hepburn as "Susy Hendrix"
After a flight back home, Sam Hendrix (Efrem Zimbalist Jr.) returns with a doll he innocently acquired along the way. As it turns out, the doll is actually stuffed with heroin, and a group of criminals led by the ruthless Roat (Alan Arkin) has followed Hendrix back to his place to retrieve it. When Hendrix leaves for business, the crooks make their move -- and find his blind wife, Susy (Audrey Hepburn), alone in the apartment. Soon, a life-threatening game begins between Susy and the thugs.
|Academy Award (1967)||Nominated||Actress in a Leading Role|
|Golden Globe (1967)||Nominated||Best Performance By an Actress in a Motion Picture - Drama|
Audrey Hepburn as "Regina 'Reggie' Lampert"
After Regina Lampert (Audrey Hepburn) falls for the dashing Peter Joshua (Cary Grant) on a skiing holiday in the French Alps, she discovers upon her return to Paris that her husband has been murdered. Soon, she and Peter are giving chase to three of her late husband's World War II cronies, Tex (James Coburn), Scobie (George Kennedy) and Gideon (Ned Glass), who are after a quarter of a million dollars the quartet stole while behind enemy lines. But why does Peter keep changing his name?
|British Academy of Film & Television Arts (1964)||Won||British Actress|
|Golden Globe (1963)||Nominated||Actress in a Leading Role - Musical or Comedy|
Audrey Hepburn as "Eliza Doolittle"
In this beloved musical, pompous phonetics professor Henry Higgins (Rex Harrison) is so sure of his abilities that he takes it upon himself to transform a Cockney working-class girl into someone who can pass for a cultured member of high society. His subject turns out to be the lovely Eliza Doolittle (Audrey Hepburn), who agrees to speech lessons to improve her job prospects. Higgins and Eliza clash, then form an unlikely bond -- one that is threatened by an aristocratic suitor (Jeremy Brett).
|Golden Globe (1964)||Nominated||Best Performance By an Actress in a Motion Picture - Comedy or Musical|
Audrey Hepburn as "Holly Golightly (Lulamae Barnes)"
Based on Truman Capote's novel, this is the story of a young woman in New York City who meets a young man when he moves into her apartment building. He is with an older woman who is very wealthy, but he wants to be a writer. She is working as an expensive escort and searching for a rich, older man to marry.
|Academy Award (1961)||Nominated||Actress in a Leading Role|
|Golden Globe (1961)||Nominated||Actress in a Leading Role - Musical or Comedy|
Audrey Hepburn as "Sister Luke (Gabrielle van der Mal)"
Willful and outspoken Gabrielle van der Mal (Audrey Hepburn), the daughter of a prominent Belgian surgeon (Dean Jagger), leaves her upper-class existence to become a nun. As Sister Luke, she is eventually sent to the Belgian Congo, where she excels as a nurse working with a skilled doctor (Peter Finch). However, her willingness to continue as a nun is challenged when her father is killed by the Nazis, and she no longer feels that she can maintain the neutrality of her order.
|Academy Award (1959)||Nominated||Actress in a Leading Role|
|British Academy of Film & Television Arts (1959)||Won||British Actress|
|Golden Globe (1959)||Nominated||Best Performance By an Actress in a Motion Picture - Drama|
Audrey Hepburn as "Ariane Chavasse/Thin Girl"
French private investigator Claude Chavasse (Maurice Chevalier) discovers his client's wife has been having an affair with an American playboy, Frank Flannagan (Gary Cooper). When the client decides to kill Frank, Claude's sheltered daughter, Ariane (Audrey Hepburn), throws off the plan and saves his life. The two are instantly attracted to one another, but Ariane doesn't reveal her name. Frank then hires Claude to locate Ariane, unaware he has sent him on a mission to find his own daughter.
|Golden Globe (1957)||Nominated||Actress in a Leading Role - Musical or Comedy|
Audrey Hepburn as "Natasha Rostov"
In the years leading to Napoleon's invasion, members of the Russian aristocracy face a myriad of personal tragedies. After his father dies, Count Pierre Bezukhov (Henry Fonda), a friend of Prince Andrei Bolkonsky (Mel Ferrer), receives a substantial inheritance. When he decides to marry, Bezukhov unwisely chooses a conniving princess (Anita Ekberg). As for Bolkonsky, his wife dies during childbirth, after which he falls in love with Natasha Rostova (Audrey Hepburn) but is soon called to war.
|British Academy of Film & Television Arts (1956)||Nominated||British Actress|
|Golden Globe (1956)||Nominated||Best Performance By an Actress in a Motion Picture - Drama|
Audrey Hepburn as "Sabrina Fairchild"
Chauffeur's daughter Sabrina (Audrey Hepburn) returns home from two years in Paris a beautiful young woman, and immediately catches the attention of David (William Holden), the playboy son of her father's rich employers. David woos and wins Sabrina, who has always been in love with him, however their romance is threatened by David's serious older brother, Linus (Humphrey Bogart), who runs the family business and is relying on David to marry an heiress in order for a crucial merger to take place.
|Academy Award (1954)||Nominated||Actress in a Leading Role|
|British Academy of Film & Television Arts (1954)||Nominated||British Actress|
Audrey Hepburn as "Princess Ann"
Overwhelmed by her suffocating schedule, touring European princess Ann (Audrey Hepburn) takes off for a night while in Rome. When a sedative she took from her doctor kicks in, however, she falls asleep on a park bench and is found by an American reporter, Joe Bradley (Gregory Peck),who takes her back to his apartment for safety. At work the next morning, Joe finds out Ann's regal identity and bets his editor he can get exclusive interview with her, but romance soon gets in the way.
|Academy Award (1953)||Won||Actress in a Leading Role|
|British Academy of Film & Television Arts (1953)||Won||British Actress|
|Golden Globe (1953)||Won||Best Performance By an Actress in a Motion Picture - Drama|