Audrey Hepburn was a famous actress, fashion model and humanitarian. She was born in Belgium in 1929, and attended private schools in England and the Netherlands. She lived in the Netherlands and the occupation of World War II occurred. At that time, Audrey suffered from malnutrition and she developed several health problems. The impact of these times would shape her life and values. After the war, Audrey moved to London with her mother in 1951 and began her career as an actress. For her debut performance she was chosen to play the lead in the Broadway play Gigi and she won a Theatre World Award for her debut performance. Then, she was offered a starring role in the Hollywood motion picture, Roman Holiday. For her performance, she won the 1953 Academy Award for Best Actress. Her most famous movies were Sabrina, My Fair Lady and Breakfast at Tiffany’s. Audrey’s favourite film was Roman Holiday since it was the one that made her a star.