Widely considered to be the world's most beautiful women ever, Hepburn rose to film stardom after appearing in several British movies.
She won an Oscar, a Golden Globe and a BAFTA for her lead role in 'Roman Holiday' and starred in other classics, including 'Breakfast at Tiffany's' and 'My Fair Lady'.
She won a record three BAFTA awards for best British actress in a leading role. Hepburn appeared in fewer acting roles in later life, devoting much of her time to working with UNICEF on good causes in the developing world.
She died in Switzerland aged 63 in 1993 after a battle with cancer.