Cool Ladies Of Cinema History

Grace Kelly:
This elegant & beautiful Oscar winning actress starred in numerous  high profile films  including”High Noon”, “Dial M For Murder”, “Rear Window”, “To Catch A Thief”, “Mogambo” & “High Society”   before marrying Prince Rainier III, to beome “Princess Grace Of Monaco”.

Nicole Kidman:
Although born in Honolulu, this elegant redhead from Down Under, took the glitz of Hollywood by storm when she married A-list superstar Tom Cruise. The fairytale romance may have since ended but this determined Aussie actress has bounced back to achieve Oscar glory.

Charlize Theron:
South African beauty & trained ballet dancer who became a model before easing into films. Charlize’s most notable feature films include, “That Thing You Do”, “Mighty Joe Young”, “Reindeer Games”, “The Yards”,“Sweet November”, “Trapped”, “Waking Up In Reno” & “The Italian Job”.

Catherine Zeta-Jones:
Welsh born Catherine, now wife of Michael Douglas, was a trained child singer & dancer who  eased into British film & television, before taking Hollywood by storm with performances in “The Mask Of Zorro”, “Entrapment” & her Oscar winning role in the muscial extravaganza “Chicago”.

Salma Hayek:
This 5’ 2” beauty who left Mexican TV to seek fame & fortune in L.A.  appeared in a number of Hollywood films such as “Desperado”, “From Dusk Till Dawn” & “Fools Rush In”  before achieving a career highlight with an Oscar  nomination for her  performance in the biopic “Frida” (2002).

Annabeth Gish
After a powerful performance in “Desert Bloom” when only 15 years old, Anne’s career moved from teen orientated films such as “Hiding Out”, “Mystic Pizza”, “Shag” & “Coupe De Ville” to TV’s   “X-Files” & the extremely popular cult dance flick “The Way She Moves”.

Audrey Hepburn:
Belgian born actress from a wealthy family who became everybody’s sweetheart after her Oscar winning performance as a young princess opposite Gregory Peck in the romantic classic “Roman Holiday”. Audrey’s other notable films include, “Sabrina”, “Breakfast At Tiffany’s” & “My Fair Lady”

Julia Roberts:
After starring with Richard Gere in the sleeper hit  “Pretty Woman”, this gal from Georgia, who once dreamed of becoming a veterinarian established herself as the world’s most popular actresses before winning critical acclaim & an Academy Award for her work in “Erin Brockovich”.

Ashley Judd:
Daughter of country singer Naomi Judd who began her acting career on the TV series “Sisters”. Small film roles followed, but it wasn’t until “Kiss The Girls” that Ashley received real notice. Starring roles came next in “Double Jeopardy”, “High Crimes”, “Someone Like You” & “Twisted” (2004).

Gwyneth Paltrow:
Academy Award winning actress, who was once engaged to Brad Pitt, got her acting break with a small role in the Travolta dance flick “Shout”. Bigger & better roles followed in “Seven”, “Emma”, “Sliding Doors”, “A Perfect Murder” & “Shakespeare In Love” for which she won an Oscar

Michelle Pfeiffer:
Californian blonde whose early career involved TV parts & modeling before her breakthrough role in “Grease 2”. Although the film flopped Michelle’s career flourished in films such as “Scarface”, “Wolf”, “Ladyhawke”, “Married To The Mob”, “One Fine Day” & “Batman Returns”.

Kathleen Turner:
After a scintillating film debut in the crime thriller “Body Heat” Kathleen’s career skyrocketed when she followed up with a solid performance in“Romancing The Stone”. Other notable films include, “The War Of The Roses”, “Peggy Sue Got Married”, “Switching Channels” &“Serial Mom”.

Diane Lane:
After making an impressive film debut opposite veteran actor Lawrence Olivier in “A Little Romance” (1979), Diane made the cover of “Time” Magazine. Her film  career soon blossomed in “The Outsiders”, “Streets Of Fire”, “The Big Town”, “Jack” & reached a peak with “Unfaithful” (2003).

Jean Simmons:
Popular English actress who was once married to actor Stewart Granger, made her mark in a number of big budget spectacles, most notably, “Androcles & The Lion”, “The Robe”, “The Egyptian” & “ Spartacus”. Jean also received 2 Oscar nominations for “Hamlet” &“The Happy Ending” (1969).