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Audrey Hepburn

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Audrey Hepburn
By megan shaffer

Fame
Museums & Acting
The Audrey Hepburn Pavilion museum is located in Tolochenaz, Switzerland. Audrey lived in the town that it is located in for nearly thirty years. On display are two academy awards, original film posters, costumes, and photographs. Sadly, The Pavilion closed in October of 2002. Below is a clip from
Breakfast at Tiffany's.
Audrey's Impact
Audrey Hepburn defined dignity and glamor for women everywhere. She was voted most beautiful woman of the twentieth century. However, Audrey was made of much more than just beauty. After retiring from acting in the 1960s, she did much humanitarian work.
Background
Audrey Hepburn was born on May 4, 1929 in Ixelles, Belgium, and died on January 20, 1993. Her parents divorced at a young age, and Audrey then moved to London with her mother. She had two older step brothers, Ian and Alexander. Audrey attended private school in her younger years, and at the age of 13 began to attend ballet school. In 1954, She married Mel Ferrer, with whom she had one child, Sean Ferrer. Audrey and Mel divorced in 1968. She then re-married to Andrea Dotti in 1969, with whom she had another child, Luca Dotti.
http://www.audrey1.org/biography/16/audrey-hepburn-timeline-1929-1949
http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0000030/bio
During Audrey Hepburn's younger life, World War 2 was going on. Audrey was famous for many reasons. Some being a dancer, a model, and mainly, an actress. She was in many movies, her most famous role being the character of Holly Golightly in the 1961 film,
Breakfast at Tiffany's.
Audrey Hepburn later became an ambassador for UNICEF. She was a role model for young girls.
http://www.swissinfo.ch/eng/archive/Audrey_Hepburn_museum_faces_challenge.html?cid=15734
http://www.ahepburn.com/pavilion.html
Bibliography
http://www.biographyonline.net/people/women-who-changed-world.html
Walk of Fame
Another place dedicated to Audrey Hepburn is her star on the Walk of Fame. It is in the film section. Her star is located near the east side of the 1700 block of Vine Street.
http://projects.latimes.com/hollywood/star-walk/audrey-hepburn/
Below is a YouTube video, in which Audrey Hepburn's son gives a look into Audrey's life.
Art & Science
Art & science is important to us today for many reasons. The type of art that Audrey Hepburn created was entertaining, and made people happy. Art and science discoveries from the past can be used and learned about today, and for many more years to come. Without learnings of the past,we would not know how to navigate through the present and future.
Me
I would like to be and artist, scientist composer, actress, etc. I think that it would be great to make a large impact on the world. I would love to have younger people look up to me, as I look up to Audrey Hepburn. However, there would be much pressure from society and the media to not make mistakes, or be perfect. I don't think i would enjoy the constant attention. But lie every job, this one has its ups and downs.
Her Son Speaks
http://thefashiontag.wordpress.com/2012/10/18/audrey-hepburn-style/
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Audrey_Hepburn
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