Marilyn Monroe was a beloved American actress, singer, and model. Monroe began her career as a model but quickly left modeling for a contract with Twentieth Century Fox. Her breakout roles were in the 1950 movies “The Asphalt Jungle” and “All About Eve.” Monroe won a Golden Globe Award for her role in “Some Like It Hot” in 1959. The American Film Institute named her the sixth greatest actress of all time in American Cinema. Monroe is one of the world’s most popular cultural icon.
Audrey Hepburn was a British actress and humanitarian. Hepburn first trained as a ballerina in both Amsterdam and London, where she first performed as a chorus girl in West End stage productions. Her first American produced film was “Roman Holiday” in 1953, for which Hepburn became the first actress to win an Academy Award, a Golden Globe, and the BAFTA award for her performancem and later the same year, she won a Tony Award for Lead Actress in “Onadine.”.
Grace Kelly was an American film star and later the Princess of Monaco. Kelly began her career starring in stage productions in New York City. Her breakout movie was “Mogambo,” for which she received Academy Award and Golden Globe nominations in 1954. She went on to win an Academy Award for her role in “The Country Girl.” Kelly retired from acting at the age of 26 and married Prince Rainier of Monaco, making her the Princess Consort of Monaco..