by Kate April 07, 2004
One of the few people ever to truly possess grace. Star of, among others : my fair lady, roman holiday, breakfast at tiffany's, etc. Spent part of her childhood under the Nazis; out of hunger, was forced to eat tulip bulbs and try to bake bread out of grass.
by IamI May 17, 2005
A definition could be written here, but it still would not do the perfection that is Audrey Hepburn justice.
"Audrey Hepburn? You mean that actress who starred in Breakfast at Tiffany's and Roman Holiday? Oh, she has such elegance and grace, I could go on forever about her!"
by Audrey Adorer October 16, 2011
by Holly Golightly July 01, 2004
Born Edda Kathleen von Heemstra Hepburn -Ruston on May 4, 1929 in Brussels, Belgium. Physical stats= 5'7" 116lbs. 34"-20"-34". Star of such notable movies as Breakfast at Tiffanys and Sabrina. Considered by many to be on of greatest actors of all time. Devoted later years as U.N.I.C.E.F. ambassador in Africa and other impovershed regions. Extremly self consience and fought deppression. Died of Cancer JAn 20, 1993.
by my name August 09, 2004
Flawless actress (born Audrey Kathleen Ruston in Belgium on May 4, 1929) with a low voice and known for her incredible grace, swan neck, and enviable figure. She was double-barreled by her father to the surname Hepburn. Her family starved throughout her childhood because of lack of money due to the war, and which she put it in her head that she didn't need food to get by. She taught ballet to local girls for extra money for food. This had a lasting effect on her body for the rest of her life, she vowed to herself to never exceed 103 pounds (except when she was pregnant). Being so slim caused her to have several miscarriages but ended up having two children. She was married twice. First to Mel Ferrer and then to Andrea Dotti. She passed away in Switzerland January of '93 due to a year long battle with colon cancer. She first starred in the 1951 Broadway play Gigi and is known for many movies such as Roman Holiday, Sabrina, Breakfast at Tiffany's, Charade, and My Fair Lady.
by FemmmeFatale April 12, 2011