Audrey Hepburn was born in Brussels, Belgium on May 4, 1929. Is an English film and stage actress. In 1954, she starred in the film "Roman Holiday" for the first time, and won the Oscar for Best Actress Award.
In her later years, Audrey Hepburn was a charity and was a representative of the UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador, who sought the rights and interests of women and children in the third world. In 1992 she was awarded the US Presidential Medal of Freedom, and in 1993 she won the Oscar Humanitarian Award. On January 20, 1993, Audrey Hepburn died of appendiceal cancer at the age of 63.
Hepburn's lifetime won five Oscar nominations for Best Actress. In May 2002, UNICEF was unveiled at its New York headquarters for a 7-foot-tall bronze statue with the name of Audrey in recognition of Hepburn's contribution to the United Nations.