5 Classic British Beauties
Some of the hottest young models and superstars today hail from the European nation known as the United Kingdom. While these beautiful young ladies are no doubt some of the most attractive on the planet, they are hardly the first to hail from the land of the Queen. Indeed, beautiful women have been calling the U.K. home for years. These five beauties are some of the most classic women to ever come from Britain.
1. Elizabeth Taylor
Born to American parents in London, Elizabeth Taylor lived in London for a few short years, before moving to Los Angeles with her family. It was there that she began acting in There’s One Born Every Minute at the age of nine. Taylor would go on to experience a long and successful film career, while also becoming one of the darlings of Hollywood and the press. She was a fashion icon, and well-known for both her professional life and turbulent private affairs. Elizabeth Taylor passed away due to heart failure in March 2011.
English model and actress Twiggy first became a prominent part of the modeling scene in the 1960s. She is often described as one of the very first supermodels, and was featured prominently in all of the leading fashion magazines at the time. She retired from modeling in 1970, in order to pursue a career as an actress. She found great success in films, winning two Golden Globe Awards and starring on television and on the live stage. She remains an influential figure in the modeling world, and has released a line on HSN.
3. Audrey Hepburn
Arguably one of the most popular film stars of all time, Audrey Hepburn first worked as a ballet dancer and a model. She later turned to acting, staring with an educational film titled Dutch in Seven Lessons. She was subsequently cast in the Broadway production of Gigi, which earned her great acclaim. Hepburn would go on to star in classics such as Roman Holiday, Breakfast at Tiffany’s, and My Fair Lady. She passed away from cancer in 1993.
4. Dame Judi Dench
Hailing from York, Dame Judi Dench is a celebrated film and theatre actress. She made her first appearance in 1957, later joining the Royal Shakespeare Company in 1961. For much of her career, she stayed on the live stage, before taking on the role of “M,” the boss of James Bond in 1995. In addition her many other accolades, she has won a Tony Award, a record-breaking six Laurence Olivier Awards, and the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress.
5. Helen Mirren
Helen Mirren is a popular actress who has enjoyed an illustrious career, both in Britain and abroad. She auditioned for the National Youth Theatre at the age of 18, later transitioning to the Royal Shakespeare Company. She has acted in numerous plays on the live stage, while also maintaining a budding film career. Furthermore, she has also graced the television screen, with her role as Detective Jane Tennison in Prime Suspect being the most notable of those performances. She has received several acting awards, including four Emmys and an Academy Award.
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