5 Best Audrey Hepburn Movies
Audrey Hepburn's vibrant personality and beautiful skin will always be remembered; here are the 5 best Audrey Hepburn movies. She was born in Brussels, Belgium on May 4, 1929 and died on January 20, 1993 in Tolochenaz, Switzerland. Her best films are as follows:
- "Breakfast at Tiffany's" 1961-She plays the character Holly Golightly. In this movie Audrey Hepburn's character is a sunny socialite who's blurred background moves her to pursue a rich husband. The story begins when she befriends her handsome new neighbor.
- "My Fair Lady" 1964-Audrey Hepburn plays Eliza Doolittle in this classic musical. Her character in this movie is a poor flower girl with a screeching accent that makes her stand out in the crowd. A snobby professor takes her in on a bet that he can't teach her to speak and act like a lady.
- "Sabrina" 1954-She plays the character Sabrina Fairchild. In this movie, Audrey Hepburn is the daughter of a chauffeur to a rich family who is enamored with the family's youngest son, David. She leaves for Paris to go to cooking school, and then returns a much more modern and confident woman. Playboy David finally takes notice of her to her delight, but the family is unhappy with this development. So the oldest son, Linus, takes it upon himself to get rid of her somehow. Much to his dismay, he finds himself falling in love with her also.
- "Funny Face" 1957-Audrey Hepburn plays Jo Stockton in this fun musical. Her character begins as a Greenwich Village bookstore clerk who gets noticed by a fashion photographer. She is invited to become a model and only accepts because it includes a trip to Paris. After some time goes by her snobbish attitude towards the fashion world lessens and her enjoyment of the handsome photographer's company increases.
- "How To Steal A Million" 1966-She plays the character Nicole. Audrey Hepburn plays a character whose father insists on making forgeries of famous works of art. Because of this, she finds herself having to steal a famous statue from a heavily guarded museum. She convinces Peter O'Toole's character to help her in this endeavor and their antics create a very funny combination. This movie was filmed entirely in Paris.