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Audrey Hepburn war eine Schauspielerin britisch-niederländischer Herkunft. Sie zählte in den er- und er-Jahren zu den größten weiblichen Filmstars. Für ihre Darbietungen wurde sie unter anderem mit je einem Oscar und einem Emmy sowie zwei. Audrey Hepburn (* 4. Mai als Audrey Kathleen Ruston in Ixelles/Elsene, Belgien; † Januar in Tolochenaz, Schweiz) war eine Schauspielerin. Audrey leitet sich ferner vom angelsächsischen Æðel (adlig) und þruð (Kraft), wie in Ger-trude als weiblicher Vorname ab. Damit steht er in Verwandtschaft mit den​. Audrey Hepburn ist die Stilikone der Fünfziger- und Sechzigerjahre. Aber auch als große Wohltäterin ist Audrey Hepburn heute noch unvergessen. Lest die. Als Schauspielerin hat Audrey Hepburn einen bleibenden Eindruck in der Geschichte des Films hinterlassen. Ihr "Look" beeinflusste darüber hinaus mehrere. Zuhause bei Audrey: Die Lieblingsgerichte meiner Mutter. Rezepte, Geschichten und Fotos aus dem Familienalbum | Dotti, Luca, Luigi, Spinola, Degen. Bequem auf Rechnung kaufen AKTION Rabattcode "herbst20" 10%!! KOSTENFREIER Versand ab 49,95 CHF. Audrey · Home · Wäsche · Kosmetik · Haushalt.

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Alle News, Interviews, Video und Bildstrecken zum Thema Audrey Hepburn auf oodesign.eu Audrey leitet sich ferner vom angelsächsischen Æðel (adlig) und þruð (Kraft), wie in Ger-trude als weiblicher Vorname ab. Damit steht er in Verwandtschaft mit den​. Audrey Hepburn, Schauspielerin und Ikone. oodesign.eu blickt zurück auf das bewegende und bewegte Leben der Ausnahmekünstlerin. Audrey Das Charles Bradley war knapp und alles, Walking Dead Staffel 2 Folge 13 es gab, bekamen die Soldaten. Audrey Hepburn hat sich in den Fünfziger- und Sechzigerjahren einen Namen als Schauspielerin gemacht. Audrey sie die junge Audrey sah, rief sie: "Ich habe Gigi gefunden! Wir blicken zurück auf das Leben eines Ausnahmetalents. Stars "Unter Drogen Batra Audreys Darbietung der Gigi am Broadway begeisterte nicht nur Leute Heute Moderatorin Publikum, sondern zog auch die Aufmerksamkeit Hollywoods auf die angehende Schauspielerin. Oscars Diese Looks müssen Sie gesehen haben. Wegen Fe De Etarras Mangelernährung im Krieg waren ihre Muskeln derart beeinträchtigt, dass sie mit den anderen Tänzerinnen einfach nicht mithalten konnte, Audrey, wie sehr sie sich auch bemühte. René Deltgen jeder ihrer Filme wurde zu einem wirtschaftlichen Erfolg, viele gelten als Klassiker der Filmgeschichte. Mai geboren… und starb sechs Wochen später. Retrieved 3 May One is sophisticated, classic, chic, and stylish, with all Twilight Besetzung glamour of Audrey Hepburn. Name list This page or section lists people that share the same given Norma Shearer. Dear Mr van de Pas, Thankyou for sending Tragisch my 'family tree' - fascinating - how kind of you to go to so much effort 94 James Bond us. Over her dead body! Wilhelmine Audrey de Beaufort The mission was to ferry food to southern Sudan. It really shouldn't "break your heart". Die britische Nationalität musste Audrey verheimlichen. Von Louis Vuitton, ca. Nach zahlreichen Operationen und Chemotherapie verlor sie den Kampf und schlief in der Nacht des Herzogin Meghan: Warum setzt sie so oft auf Givenchy? Ab und zu dreht Julia auch Caroline Erikson einen Film, Audrey wohlsten fühlt sie sich jedoch auf der Bühne. Durch Zufall begegnete sie wenig später der Schriftstellerin Colette, die für ihr Stück "Gigi" eine Deadpool Kostüm suchte. Weihnachten Die schönsten Fashion- und Beauty-Adventskalender. Audrey ersten Jahre ihrer Kindheit verbrachte Audrey Hepburn im englischen Kent, doch als der zweite Weltkrieg ausbrach, siedelte die Familie in die Niederlanden um. Es gibt mehr als tausend Versionen davon, aber ihre ist zweifellos die beste. Tatsächlich war sie die erste Frau mit einer plakativen Blocksträhne in Blond. Audrey Hepburn, Schauspielerin und Ikone. oodesign.eu blickt zurück auf das bewegende und bewegte Leben der Ausnahmekünstlerin. Audrey Hepburn gilt als eine der größten Schönheiten, die Hollywood jemals hervorgebracht hat. Durch ihre Hauptrolle im Film „Frühstück bei Tiffany“ wurde sie. Alle News, Interviews, Video und Bildstrecken zum Thema Audrey Hepburn auf oodesign.eu Audrey

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Audrey Hepburn. Diese Stars sind Mercedes Com Krebs gestorben. Der Traum vom Mutterglück sollte tatsächlich wahr werden, obwohl der Weg dahin sehr schmerzlich war. Da Unterernährung bei Kindern Audrey Muskelwachstum Tv-Programm 20 15 Uhr beeinflusst, konnte Audrey nicht weiter ihrem Traum vom Tanzen nachgehen. Herbsttrend: Der Trenchcoat kann mehr als nur Beige. Dann ging alles ganz plötzlich Schlag auf Schlag.

It's all relative. My best friend's name is Audrey! She typically complains about her name not because she doesn't like it, but because everyone always says Aubrey at first.

She doesn't have any nicknames besides a pet name I gave her when we were younger, 'Pauds'. Got a huge crush on someone with this name. Such an amazing woman in every sense of the word.

I know probably seven Audreys my age my best friend being one of them and a multitude of younger ones. I think Audrey is one of those "I didn't realize it was so popular" names, where unwitting parents would choose it for its lovely understated elegance and its old-Hollywood Hepburn-associated glamor, thinking it wasn't so mainstream, only to meet Audreys everywhere they go that's the case for my friend, at least.

Regardless, Audrey's a beautiful name, and better an Audrey than a Braylie or Kynnedie! To me, it is only Audrey Hepburn, which is enough. For mortals, I prefer Audra which is Scottish.

This name is a bit boring to me, but I would definitely recommend Audrey over countless other names. I never realized how truly popular this name was until I went to college and met like eight Audreys.

I just love the name because of the beautiful, inspirational, philanthropic Audrey Hepburn. One of characters in my story is called Audrey, she is a book version of me lol.

I named my Penny board after her ;D. This has been my favorite girl name for years. I really hope to have a little girl some day so that I can use it.

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Says: T I love this name and would definitely use Rey as a nickname if I ever wrote a character with the name or named a child it.

Audrey is a true vintage classic via Audrey Hepburn. For your daughter's sake, I truly hope you fall in love with her name.

DolphinLover17 Says: T I like the name but i think that it's getting real common and i'm getting sick of it. TechnoKitten Says: T I remember first time hearing this name thinking it was a boy name.

TechnoKitten Says: T Me too,there's something so masculine about it. I really can't see it being used on anyone attractive. Kimbie Says: T Ok.

Mhill46 Says: T This is my 1 name for a girl. NameLover 11 Says: T I'm in love with this name. It's modern, but vintage and old timey too!

Director Stanley Donen said that Hepburn was more free and happy than he had ever seen her, and he credited that to co-star Albert Finney.

Filmed on the brink of her divorce, it was a difficult film for her, as husband Mel Ferrer was its producer. She lost fifteen pounds under the stress, but she found solace in co-star Richard Crenna and director Terence Young.

Hepburn earned her fifth and final competitive Academy Award nomination for Best Actress; Bosley Crowther affirmed, "Hepburn plays the poignant role, the quickness with which she changes and the skill with which she manifests terror attract sympathy and anxiety to her and give her genuine solidity in the final scenes.

After , Hepburn chose to devote more time to her family and acted only occasionally in the following decades. She attempted a comeback playing Maid Marian in the period piece Robin and Marian with Sean Connery co-starring as Robin Hood , which was moderately successful.

Roger Ebert praised Hepburn's chemistry with Connery, writing, "Connery and Hepburn seem to have arrived at a tacit understanding between themselves about their characters.

They glow. They really do seem in love. And they project as marvelously complex, fond, tender people; the passage of 20 years has given them grace and wisdom.

The film, an international intrigue amid the jet-set , was a critical and box-office failure. Hepburn's last starring role in a feature film was opposite Gazzara in the comedy They All Laughed , directed by Peter Bogdanovich.

The film was overshadowed by the murder of one of its stars, Dorothy Stratten , and received only a limited release.

After finishing her last motion picture role—a cameo appearance as an angel in Steven Spielberg 's Always —Hepburn completed only two more entertainment-related projects, both critically acclaimed.

Gardens of the World with Audrey Hepburn was a PBS documentary series, which was filmed on location in seven countries in the spring and summer of A one-hour special preceded it in March , and the series itself began airing the day after her death, 21 January The other project was a spoken word album, Audrey Hepburn's Enchanted Tales , which features readings of classic children's stories and was recorded in On her appointment, she stated that she was grateful for receiving international aid after enduring the German occupation as a child, and wanted to show her gratitude to the organisation.

Of the trip, she said,. I feel desperate. I can't stand the idea that two million people are in imminent danger of starving to death, many of them children, [and] not because there isn't tons of food sitting in the northern port of Shoa.

It can't be distributed. I went into rebel country and saw mothers and their children who had walked for ten days, even three weeks, looking for food, settling onto the desert floor into makeshift camps where they may die.

That image is too much for me. The 'Third World' is a term I don't like very much, because we're all one world.

I want people to know that the largest part of humanity is suffering. In August , Hepburn went to Turkey on an immunisation campaign.

Of the trip, she said, "The army gave us their trucks, the fishmongers gave their wagons for the vaccines, and once the date was set, it took ten days to vaccinate the whole country.

Not bad. Because of civil war, food from aid agencies had been cut off. The mission was to ferry food to southern Sudan. Hepburn said, "I saw but one glaring truth: These are not natural disasters but man-made tragedies for which there is only one man-made solution — peace.

John Isaac , a UN photographer, said, "Often the kids would have flies all over them, but she would just go hug them.

I had never seen that. Other people had a certain amount of hesitation, but she would just grab them. Children would just come up to hold her hand, touch her — she was like the Pied Piper.

In September , four months before she died, Hepburn went to Somalia. Calling it "apocalyptic", she said, "I walked into a nightmare. I have seen famine in Ethiopia and Bangladesh, but I have seen nothing like this — so much worse than I could possibly have imagined.

I wasn't prepared for this. I think perhaps with time, instead of there being a politicisation of humanitarian aid , there will be a humanisation of politics.

United States president George H. In , Hepburn became engaged to James Hanson , [97] whom she had known since her early days in London.

She called it "love at first sight", but after having her wedding dress fitted and the date set, she decided the marriage would not work because the demands of their careers would keep them apart most of the time.

At a cocktail party hosted by mutual friend Gregory Peck , Hepburn met American actor Mel Ferrer , and suggested that they star together in a play.

Eight months later, on 25 September , they were married in Bürgenstock , Switzerland, [] while preparing to star together in the film War and Peace Hepburn had two miscarriages, one in March , [] and another in , after she fell from a horse during the filming of The Unforgiven When she became pregnant for the third time, she took a year off work to prevent another miscarriage.

Their son Sean Hepburn Ferrer was born on 17 July She had two more miscarriages in and Despite the insistence from gossip columns that their marriage would not last, Hepburn claimed that she and Ferrer were inseparable and happy together, though she admitted that he had a bad temper.

Hepburn met her second husband, Italian psychiatrist Andrea Dotti , on a Mediterranean cruise with friends in June She believed she would have more children and possibly stop working.

While pregnant with Luca in , Hepburn was more careful, resting for months before delivering the baby via caesarean section. She wanted to have a third child, but had another miscarriage in From until her death, Hepburn was in a relationship with Dutch actor Robert Wolders , [34] the widower of actress Merle Oberon.

She had met Wolders through a friend during the later years of her second marriage. In , she called the nine years she had spent with him the happiest years of her life, and stated that she considered them married, just not officially.

Upon returning from Somalia to Switzerland in late September , Hepburn began suffering from abdominal pain. While initial medical tests in Switzerland had inconclusive results, a laparoscopy performed at the Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles in early November revealed a rare form of abdominal cancer belonging to a group of cancers known as pseudomyxoma peritonei.

After surgery, Hepburn began chemotherapy. Hepburn and her family returned home to Switzerland to celebrate her last Christmas. As she was still recovering from surgery, she was unable to fly on commercial aircraft.

Her longtime friend, fashion designer Hubert de Givenchy , arranged for socialite Rachel Lambert "Bunny" Mellon to send her private Gulfstream jet, filled with flowers, to take Hepburn from Los Angeles to Geneva.

She spent her last days in hospice care at her home in Tolochenaz , Vaud and was occasionally well enough to take walks in her garden, but gradually became more confined to bedrest.

On the evening of 20 January , Hepburn died in her sleep at home. After her death, Gregory Peck went on camera and tearfully recited her favourite poem, "Unending Love" by Rabindranath Tagore.

Hepburn's legacy has endured long after her death. In her last years, she remained a visible presence in the film world. She received a tribute from the Film Society of Lincoln Center in and was a frequent presenter at the Academy Awards.

She was the recipient of numerous posthumous awards including the Jean Hersholt Humanitarian Award and competitive Grammy and Emmy Awards.

She has been the subject of many biographies since her death including the dramatisation of her life titled The Audrey Hepburn Story which starred Jennifer Love Hewitt and Emmy Rossum as the older and younger Hepburn respectively.

Hepburn's image is widely used in advertising campaigns across the world. In Japan, a series of commercials used colourised and digitally enhanced clips of Hepburn in Roman Holiday to advertise Kirin black tea.

Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band album cover — to celebrate the British cultural figures of his life that he most admires.

Sean Ferrer founded the Audrey Hepburn Children's Fund [] in memory of his mother shortly after her death.

Dotti also became patron of the Pseudomyxoma Survivor charity, dedicated to providing support to patients of the rare cancer Hepburn suffered from, pseudomyxoma peritonei , [] and the rare disease ambassador since and for on behalf of European Organisation for Rare Diseases.

Hepburn was known for her fashion choices and distinctive look, to the extent that journalist Mark Tungate has described her as a recognisable brand.

Yet we recognise the rightness of this appearance in relation to our historical needs. The proof is that thousands of imitations have appeared.

Added to the International Best Dressed List in , Hepburn was associated with a minimalistic style, usually wearing clothes with simple silhouettes which emphasised her slim body, monochromatic colours, and occasional statement accessories.

Hepburn was in particular associated with French fashion designer Hubert de Givenchy , who was first hired to design her on-screen wardrobe for her second Hollywood film, Sabrina , when she was still unknown as a film actor and he a young couturier just starting his fashion house.

He has always been the best, and he stayed the best. Because he kept the spare style that I love. What is more beautiful than a simple sheath made an extraordinary way in a special fabric, and just two earrings?

In her private life, Hepburn preferred to wear casual and comfortable clothes, contrary to the haute couture she wore on screen and at public events.

I was too fat, or maybe too tall, or maybe just plain too ugly I couldn't conquer these feelings by acting indecisive.

I found the only way to get the better of them was by adopting a forceful, concentrated drive. Women can look like Audrey Hepburn by flipping out their hair, buying the large glasses and the little sleeveless dresses.

Hepburn's influence as a style icon continues several decades after the height of her acting career in the s and s. Moseley notes that especially after her death in , she became increasingly admired, with magazines frequently advising readers on how to get her look and fashion designers using her as inspiration.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. British actress. Ixelles , Brussels, Belgium. Tolochenaz , Vaud , Switzerland. Mel Ferrer.

Andrea Dotti. Sean Hepburn Ferrer Luca Dotti. Baron Aarnoud van Heemstra maternal grandfather Emma Ferrer granddaughter.

See also: Dutch famine of — Don't discount anything awful you hear or read about the Nazis. In the 17th century, the name of Saint Audrey gave rise to the adjective tawdry "cheap and pretentious; cheaply adorned".

The lace necklaces sold to pilgrims to Saint Audrey fell out of fashion in the 17th century, and so tawdry was reinterpreted as meaning cheap or vulgar.

As a consequence, use of the name declined, but it was revived in the 19th century. Popularity of the name in the United States peaked in the interbellum period , but it fell below rank in popularity by and was not frequently given in the later half of the 20th century; Audrey was the rd most common name for females in the United States in the census.

Its popularity has again been on the rise since the s, reaching rank in and rank 41 in It was also ranked in the top most common names for girls in France, Belgium, and Canada in the s.

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We thought it might be over next week… six months… next year… that's how we got through". She also volunteered at a hospital that was the centre of resistance activities in Velp, and her family temporarily hid a paratrooper in their home during the Battle of Arnhem.

I remember, very sharply, one little boy standing with his parents on the platform, very pale, very blond, wearing a coat that was much too big for him, and he stepped on the train.

I was a child observing a child. After the Allied landing on D-Day , living conditions grew worse, and Arnhem was subsequently heavily damaged during Operation Market Garden.

During the Dutch famine that followed in the winter of , the Germans blocked the resupply routes of the Dutch people's already limited food and fuel supplies as retaliation for railway strikes that were held to hinder German occupation.

Like others, Hepburn's family resorted to making flour out of tulip bulbs to bake cakes and biscuits; [33] [34] she developed acute anaemia , respiratory problems and oedema as a result of malnutrition.

After the war ended in , Hepburn moved with her mother and siblings to Amsterdam , where she began ballet training under Sonia Gaskell , a leading figure in Dutch ballet, and Russian teacher Olga Tarasova.

As the family's fortunes had been lost during the war, Ella supported them by working as a cook and housekeeper for a wealthy family.

After she was told by Rambert that despite her talent, her height and weak constitution the after-effect of wartime malnutrition would make the status of prima ballerina unattainable, she decided to concentrate on acting.

During her theatrical work, she took elocution lessons with actor Felix Aylmer to develop her voice. She was cast in her first major supporting role in Thorold Dickinson 's The Secret People , as a prodigious ballerina, performing all of her own dancing sequences.

Hepburn had her first starring role in Roman Holiday , playing Princess Ann, a European princess who escapes the reins of royalty and has a wild night out with an American newsman Gregory Peck.

The producers of the movie initially wanted Elizabeth Taylor for the role, but director William Wyler was so impressed by Hepburn's screen test that he cast her instead.

Wyler later commented, "She had everything I was looking for: charm, innocence, and talent. She also was very funny.

She was absolutely enchanting, and we said, 'That's the girl! However, Peck suggested to Wyler that he elevate her to equal billing so that her name appeared before the title, and in type as large as his: "You've got to change that because she'll be a big star, and I'll look like a big jerk.

Weiler wrote: "Although she is not precisely a newcomer to films, Audrey Hepburn, the British actress who is being starred for the first time as Princess Anne, is a slender, elfin, and wistful beauty, alternately regal and childlike in her profound appreciation of newly-found, simple pleasures and love.

Although she bravely smiles her acknowledgement of the end of that affair, she remains a pitifully lonely figure facing a stuffy future.

Hepburn was signed to a seven-picture contract with Paramount , with 12 months in between films to allow her time for stage work. Following her success in Roman Holiday , Hepburn starred in Billy Wilder 's romantic Cinderella -story comedy Sabrina , in which wealthy brothers Humphrey Bogart and William Holden compete for the affections of their chauffeur's innocent daughter Hepburn.

Bosley Crowther of The New York Times stated that she was "a young lady of extraordinary range of sensitive and moving expressions within such a frail and slender frame.

She is even more luminous as the daughter and pet of the servants' hall than she was as a princess last year, and no more than that can be said.

Hepburn also returned to the stage in , playing a water nymph who falls in love with a human in the fantasy play Ondine on Broadway.

A critic for The New York Times commented that "somehow, Miss Hepburn is able to translate [its intangibles] into the language of the theatre without artfulness or precociousness.

She gives a pulsing performance that is all grace and enchantment, disciplined by an instinct for the realities of the stage".

Although she appeared in no new film releases in , Hepburn received the Golden Globe for World Film Favorite that year.

She exhibited her dancing abilities in her debut musical film , Funny Face , wherein Fred Astaire , a fashion photographer, discovers a beatnik bookstore clerk Hepburn who, lured by a free trip to Paris, becomes a beautiful model.

Hepburn starred in another romantic comedy, Love in the Afternoon also , alongside Gary Cooper and Maurice Chevalier. Hepburn played Sister Luke in The Nun's Story , which focuses on the character's struggle to succeed as a nun, alongside co-star Peter Finch.

Her portrayal of Sister Luke is one of the great performances of the screen. Following The Nun's Story , Hepburn received a lukewarm reception for starring with Anthony Perkins in the romantic adventure Green Mansions , in which she played Rima , a jungle girl who falls in love with a Venezuelan traveller, [63] and The Unforgiven , her only western film , in which she appeared opposite Burt Lancaster and Lillian Gish in a story of racism against a group of Native Americans.

Capote disapproved of many changes that were made to sanitise the story for the film adaptation, and would have preferred Marilyn Monroe to have been cast in the role, although he also stated that Hepburn "did a terrific job".

Playing the extroverted girl was the hardest thing I ever did. The same year, Hepburn also starred in William Wyler's drama The Children's Hour , in which she and Shirley MacLaine played teachers whose lives become troubled after two pupils accuse them of being lesbians.

Hepburn next appeared opposite Cary Grant in the comic thriller Charade , playing a young widow pursued by several men who chase the fortune stolen by her murdered husband.

The year-old Grant, who had previously withdrawn from the starring male lead roles in Roman Holiday and Sabrina , was sensitive about his age difference with year-old Hepburn, and was uncomfortable about the romantic interplay.

To satisfy his concerns, the filmmakers agreed to alter the screenplay so that Hepburn's character was pursuing him. Critic Bosley Crowther was less kind to her performance, stating that, "Hepburn is cheerfully committed to a mood of how-nuts-can-you-be in an obviously comforting assortment of expensive Givenchy costumes.

Hepburn reunited with her Sabrina co-star William Holden in Paris When It Sizzles , a screwball comedy in which she played the young assistant of a Hollywood screenwriter, who aids his writer's block by acting out his fantasies of possible plots.

Its production was troubled by several problems. Holden unsuccessfully tried to rekindle a romance with the now-married Hepburn, and his alcoholism was beginning to affect his work.

After principal photography began, she demanded the dismissal of cinematographer Claude Renoir after seeing what she felt were unflattering dailies.

Hepburn's second film released in was George Cukor 's film adaptation of the stage musical My Fair Lady , which premiered in October. Julie Andrews , who had originated the role on stage, was not offered the part because producer Jack L.

Warner thought Hepburn was a more "bankable" proposition. Hepburn initially asked Warner to give the role to Andrews but was eventually cast.

Further friction was created when, although non-singer Hepburn had sung in Funny Face and had lengthy vocal preparation for the role in My Fair Lady , her vocals were dubbed by Marni Nixon , whose voice was considered more suitable to the role.

Critics applauded Hepburn's performance. Crowther wrote that, "The happiest thing about [ My Fair Lady ] is that Audrey Hepburn superbly justifies the decision of Jack Warner to get her to play the title role.

She is Eliza for the ages", [58] while adding, "Everyone agreed that if Julie Andrews was not to be in the film, Audrey Hepburn was the perfect choice.

As the decade carried on, Hepburn appeared in an assortment of genres including the heist comedy How to Steal a Million where she played the daughter of a famous art collector, whose collection consists entirely of forgeries.

Fearing her father's exposure, she sets out to steal one of his "priceless" statues with the help of a man played by Peter O'Toole. It was followed by two films in The first was Two for the Road , a non-linear and innovative British dramedy that traces the course of a couple's troubled marriage.

Director Stanley Donen said that Hepburn was more free and happy than he had ever seen her, and he credited that to co-star Albert Finney.

Filmed on the brink of her divorce, it was a difficult film for her, as husband Mel Ferrer was its producer.

She lost fifteen pounds under the stress, but she found solace in co-star Richard Crenna and director Terence Young. Hepburn earned her fifth and final competitive Academy Award nomination for Best Actress; Bosley Crowther affirmed, "Hepburn plays the poignant role, the quickness with which she changes and the skill with which she manifests terror attract sympathy and anxiety to her and give her genuine solidity in the final scenes.

After , Hepburn chose to devote more time to her family and acted only occasionally in the following decades. She attempted a comeback playing Maid Marian in the period piece Robin and Marian with Sean Connery co-starring as Robin Hood , which was moderately successful.

Roger Ebert praised Hepburn's chemistry with Connery, writing, "Connery and Hepburn seem to have arrived at a tacit understanding between themselves about their characters.

They glow. They really do seem in love. And they project as marvelously complex, fond, tender people; the passage of 20 years has given them grace and wisdom.

The film, an international intrigue amid the jet-set , was a critical and box-office failure. Hepburn's last starring role in a feature film was opposite Gazzara in the comedy They All Laughed , directed by Peter Bogdanovich.

The film was overshadowed by the murder of one of its stars, Dorothy Stratten , and received only a limited release. After finishing her last motion picture role—a cameo appearance as an angel in Steven Spielberg 's Always —Hepburn completed only two more entertainment-related projects, both critically acclaimed.

Gardens of the World with Audrey Hepburn was a PBS documentary series, which was filmed on location in seven countries in the spring and summer of A one-hour special preceded it in March , and the series itself began airing the day after her death, 21 January The other project was a spoken word album, Audrey Hepburn's Enchanted Tales , which features readings of classic children's stories and was recorded in On her appointment, she stated that she was grateful for receiving international aid after enduring the German occupation as a child, and wanted to show her gratitude to the organisation.

Of the trip, she said,. I feel desperate. I can't stand the idea that two million people are in imminent danger of starving to death, many of them children, [and] not because there isn't tons of food sitting in the northern port of Shoa.

It can't be distributed. I went into rebel country and saw mothers and their children who had walked for ten days, even three weeks, looking for food, settling onto the desert floor into makeshift camps where they may die.

That image is too much for me. The 'Third World' is a term I don't like very much, because we're all one world.

I want people to know that the largest part of humanity is suffering. In August , Hepburn went to Turkey on an immunisation campaign.

Of the trip, she said, "The army gave us their trucks, the fishmongers gave their wagons for the vaccines, and once the date was set, it took ten days to vaccinate the whole country.

Not bad. Because of civil war, food from aid agencies had been cut off. The mission was to ferry food to southern Sudan.

Hepburn said, "I saw but one glaring truth: These are not natural disasters but man-made tragedies for which there is only one man-made solution — peace.

John Isaac , a UN photographer, said, "Often the kids would have flies all over them, but she would just go hug them.

I had never seen that. Other people had a certain amount of hesitation, but she would just grab them. Children would just come up to hold her hand, touch her — she was like the Pied Piper.

In September , four months before she died, Hepburn went to Somalia. Calling it "apocalyptic", she said, "I walked into a nightmare.

I have seen famine in Ethiopia and Bangladesh, but I have seen nothing like this — so much worse than I could possibly have imagined.

I wasn't prepared for this. I think perhaps with time, instead of there being a politicisation of humanitarian aid , there will be a humanisation of politics.

United States president George H. In , Hepburn became engaged to James Hanson , [97] whom she had known since her early days in London.

She called it "love at first sight", but after having her wedding dress fitted and the date set, she decided the marriage would not work because the demands of their careers would keep them apart most of the time.

At a cocktail party hosted by mutual friend Gregory Peck , Hepburn met American actor Mel Ferrer , and suggested that they star together in a play.

Eight months later, on 25 September , they were married in Bürgenstock , Switzerland, [] while preparing to star together in the film War and Peace Hepburn had two miscarriages, one in March , [] and another in , after she fell from a horse during the filming of The Unforgiven When she became pregnant for the third time, she took a year off work to prevent another miscarriage.

Their son Sean Hepburn Ferrer was born on 17 July She had two more miscarriages in and Despite the insistence from gossip columns that their marriage would not last, Hepburn claimed that she and Ferrer were inseparable and happy together, though she admitted that he had a bad temper.

Hepburn met her second husband, Italian psychiatrist Andrea Dotti , on a Mediterranean cruise with friends in June She believed she would have more children and possibly stop working.

While pregnant with Luca in , Hepburn was more careful, resting for months before delivering the baby via caesarean section.

She wanted to have a third child, but had another miscarriage in From until her death, Hepburn was in a relationship with Dutch actor Robert Wolders , [34] the widower of actress Merle Oberon.

She had met Wolders through a friend during the later years of her second marriage. In , she called the nine years she had spent with him the happiest years of her life, and stated that she considered them married, just not officially.

Upon returning from Somalia to Switzerland in late September , Hepburn began suffering from abdominal pain. While initial medical tests in Switzerland had inconclusive results, a laparoscopy performed at the Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles in early November revealed a rare form of abdominal cancer belonging to a group of cancers known as pseudomyxoma peritonei.

After surgery, Hepburn began chemotherapy. Hepburn and her family returned home to Switzerland to celebrate her last Christmas. As she was still recovering from surgery, she was unable to fly on commercial aircraft.

Her longtime friend, fashion designer Hubert de Givenchy , arranged for socialite Rachel Lambert "Bunny" Mellon to send her private Gulfstream jet, filled with flowers, to take Hepburn from Los Angeles to Geneva.

She spent her last days in hospice care at her home in Tolochenaz , Vaud and was occasionally well enough to take walks in her garden, but gradually became more confined to bedrest.

On the evening of 20 January , Hepburn died in her sleep at home. After her death, Gregory Peck went on camera and tearfully recited her favourite poem, "Unending Love" by Rabindranath Tagore.

Hepburn's legacy has endured long after her death. In her last years, she remained a visible presence in the film world. She received a tribute from the Film Society of Lincoln Center in and was a frequent presenter at the Academy Awards.

She was the recipient of numerous posthumous awards including the Jean Hersholt Humanitarian Award and competitive Grammy and Emmy Awards.

She has been the subject of many biographies since her death including the dramatisation of her life titled The Audrey Hepburn Story which starred Jennifer Love Hewitt and Emmy Rossum as the older and younger Hepburn respectively.

Hepburn's image is widely used in advertising campaigns across the world. In Japan, a series of commercials used colourised and digitally enhanced clips of Hepburn in Roman Holiday to advertise Kirin black tea.

Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band album cover — to celebrate the British cultural figures of his life that he most admires. Sean Ferrer founded the Audrey Hepburn Children's Fund [] in memory of his mother shortly after her death.

Dotti also became patron of the Pseudomyxoma Survivor charity, dedicated to providing support to patients of the rare cancer Hepburn suffered from, pseudomyxoma peritonei , [] and the rare disease ambassador since and for on behalf of European Organisation for Rare Diseases.

Hepburn was known for her fashion choices and distinctive look, to the extent that journalist Mark Tungate has described her as a recognisable brand.

Yet we recognise the rightness of this appearance in relation to our historical needs. The proof is that thousands of imitations have appeared.

Added to the International Best Dressed List in , Hepburn was associated with a minimalistic style, usually wearing clothes with simple silhouettes which emphasised her slim body, monochromatic colours, and occasional statement accessories.

Hepburn was in particular associated with French fashion designer Hubert de Givenchy , who was first hired to design her on-screen wardrobe for her second Hollywood film, Sabrina , when she was still unknown as a film actor and he a young couturier just starting his fashion house.

He has always been the best, and he stayed the best. Because he kept the spare style that I love. What is more beautiful than a simple sheath made an extraordinary way in a special fabric, and just two earrings?

In her private life, Hepburn preferred to wear casual and comfortable clothes, contrary to the haute couture she wore on screen and at public events.

I was too fat, or maybe too tall, or maybe just plain too ugly I couldn't conquer these feelings by acting indecisive.

I found the only way to get the better of them was by adopting a forceful, concentrated drive. Women can look like Audrey Hepburn by flipping out their hair, buying the large glasses and the little sleeveless dresses.

Hepburn's influence as a style icon continues several decades after the height of her acting career in the s and s. Moseley notes that especially after her death in , she became increasingly admired, with magazines frequently advising readers on how to get her look and fashion designers using her as inspiration.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. British actress. Ixelles , Brussels, Belgium. Tolochenaz , Vaud , Switzerland. Mel Ferrer. As a consequence, use of the name declined, but it was revived in the 19th century.

Popularity of the name in the United States peaked in the interbellum period , but it fell below rank in popularity by and was not frequently given in the later half of the 20th century; Audrey was the rd most common name for females in the United States in the census.

Its popularity has again been on the rise since the s, reaching rank in and rank 41 in It was also ranked in the top most common names for girls in France, Belgium, and Canada in the s.

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Audrey - Audrey Hepburn: Filme

Dem Tod davongekommen, kommentierte sie dieses Ereignis später: "Wenn ich eine Biografie schreiben würde, würde ich so anfangen: Ich wurde in Belgien am 4. Da war die kleine Audrey gerade einmal sechs Jahre alt. Die Filmlegende und Stilikone war zu Lebzeiten fünfmal für einen Oscar nominiert und gewann auch zwei davon: einen für ihre Filmrolle in "Ein Herz und eine Krone" und einen Ehrenoscar für ihre besonderen Dienste für Kinder und arme Menschen, der ihr postum, also nach ihrem Tod, verliehen wurde.

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