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Hepburn

1. Audrey. 1929--93, US actress, born in Belgium. Her films include Roman Holiday (1955), Funny Face (1957), and My Fair Lady (1964)
2. Katharine. 1907--2003, US film actress, whose films include The Philadelphia Story (1940), Adam's Rib (1949), The African Queen (1951), The Lion in Winter (1968) for which she won an Oscar, and On Golden Pond (1981)
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Humanist, Academy Award-winning actress, and writer Katharine Hepburn died June 29, 2003, at the age of ninety-six.
Hepburn considered getting Tracy to attend Alcoholics Anonymous but decided it would be impossible to keep it secret, the book says.
In the 1950s, Hepburn was asked to play the role of Anne Frank in The Diary of Anne Frank, a movie about the young Jewish girl who died in the Holocaust.
After giving the text of 'Parson Brown's Sheep' (lyric intercalated with prose passages) Hepburn notes that 'The earliest printing I have seen .
From an uptight spinster in "The African Queen" opposite Bogart to Eleanor Aquitaine in "The Lion in Winter" opposite Peter O'Toole, or from the high-spirited Tracy Lord in "The Philadelphia Story" opposite Grant and Stewart to the feisty elderly wife in "On Golden Pond" opposite Fonda, Hepburn managed to bring her characters to life to a degree that made a lasting impression on viewers.
Hepburn was known for being outspoken and unconventional at a time when actresses were supposed to be faultlessly glamorous and charming.
There was never any rift between me and the others in Hepburn.
26) In the preceding year Cameron had carried on detailed correspondence with Hepburn on the merits of the assessment plan in force there, where corporate school taxes were divided on the basis of school population.
Who but Hepburn would have had sufficient cultural clout to convince the company to mention in the ad, albeit in small print, that it supports the Audrey Hepburn Children's Fund.
TRAGEDY: Matthew Hepburn, on the right of this picture, and how we reported tributes after his death
CUTLINE: Amelia Broome brings Katharine Hepburn to life in Foothills' `Tea at Five.