HELLO FANS OF AUDREY HEPBURN .. MY GRANDFATHER WAS A BIG FAN OF THAT BEAUTIFUL ACTRESS AND ALSO HAPPY, BY MEANS OF A LETTER THAT HE ASKED TO SEND A PHOTO AUDREY YOUR AUTOGRAPH. SOME YEARS MY GRANDFATHER GAVE ME THIS PICTURE, AND I DECIDED IT SELLS TO ANY COLLECTOR .. WOULD LIKE TO KNOW IF THIS PHOTO AUTOGRAPH HAVE SOME VALUE AND WHERE I CAN SELL IT. IF SOMEONE WHO CAN SELL ME AS COUNSEL OF THIS GREAT STAR AUTOGRAPH PHOTO FILM AUDREY HEPBURN. THANK YOU AND HOPE ONE CONTACT BY EMAIL. THANK YOU.GRATEFUL Carlos Peixoto. EMAIL: CARLOSHSPFILHO@HOTMAIL.COM
Audrey served as Goodwill Ambassador for United Nations International Chidren's Emergency Fund (UNICEF), from 1988 until her untimely death in January 1993.
For most of its 50 years, UNICEF has benefited greatly from the support of internationally known personalities. Audrey served as Goodwill Ambassador for United Nations International Chidren's Emergency Fund (UNICEF), from 1988 until her untimely death in January 1993. Through her work with UNICEF, she used her image and the great interest people had in her to attract world attention to her cause, but also of repaying the...
“Success is like reaching an important birthday and finding you're exactly the same.”
“There are certain shades of limelight that can wreck a girl's complexion”
“A quality education has the power to transform societies in a single generation, provide children with the protection they need from the hazards of poverty, labor exploitation and disease, and given them the knowledge, skills, and confidence to reach their full potential.”
“I never thought I'd land in pictures with a face like mine.”
Audrey Kathleen Ruston (changed to Hepburn)was born on the 4 May 1929 in Ixelles, Belgium to Joseph Victor Anthony Ruston and his second wife Ella Van Heemstra, who was the the former Baroness Ella (1900-1984), a Dutch aristocrat. Although born in Belgium, Hepburn had British citizenship and attended school in England as a child. In 1935, Hepburn's parents divorced and her father, a Nazi sympathiser, left the family.
Hepburn later referred to her father leaving as 'the most traumatic moment of her life.'