Audrey Hepburn is one of the greatest American actresses active during the Golden Age of Hollywood. She made her acting debut in small roles as a stewardess in the 1948 film ‘Dutch in Seven Lessons’. The lengths and weights of her roles subsequently increased in the following few films in the early 50s such as ‘Monte Carlo Baby’, ‘One Wild Oat’ and ‘The Lavender Hill Mob’.
Audrey then shot to fame with a starring role in ‘Roman Holiday’ and after the award winning success of the film, she shot to a worldwide fame with some top grossing films to her credit. Based on critical and box office success, the best Audrey Hepburn films among her vast filmography are ‘Sabrina’, ‘The Nun’s Story’, ‘Breakfast at Tiffany’s’, ‘Charade’ and ‘Sabrina’.
Besides being a recipient of three BAFTA awards for her performances over the years, she had her share of bad days too, especially in the later years of her career. In the last few years of her career, she took semi-retirement from films and half-heartedly did some films, which resulted in colossal failures. There are very few of them, but the worst Audrey Hepburn career failures are ‘Bloodline’, ‘They All laughed’ and ‘Life among Thieves’.