Portrait of Belgian-born American actress Audrey Hepburn (1929 - 1993) ina white long-sleeved dress, mid 1950s. (Photo by /Getty Images)
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The 16
Best Audrey Hepburn Movies, Ranked
16. Always
While not regarded as one of Steven Spielberg’s best works, Hepburn’s last role on-screen deserves a mention. As a heavenly guide in white to Richard Dreyfuss’ pilot character that dies in an explosion, it is a lovely cap-off to a career of playing characters who wear their hearts on their sleeves.
15. War and Peace
Despite not being the most remarkable adaptation, its a Hepburn movie that speaks to her strengths as an actor. Not only does she look absolutely stunning as Natasha Rostova, but she brings a magical energy to the role that wonderfully represents her unique on-screen presence.
14. How to Steal a Million
Hepburn gets to show off her playfulness and comedic timing in this silly madcap adventure where she plays a daughter of an art forger. Fans who love her for her fashion will also get an eyeful of stylish ensembles designed by Hubert de Givenchy.
13. Love in the Afternoon
While the dialogue, cinematography, and Hepburn’s performance are fantastic, this movie is brought down by the large age difference between Hepburn (28) and Gary Cooper (56). While Hepburn was used to acting with actors much older than her, Cooper seemed more like her grandfather than her love interest.
12. Breakfast at Tiffany's
While Hepburn looking through the windows of Tiffany’s flagship store is one of the most iconic scenes in cinematic history, the movie as a whole has its flaws. One of the disappointing aspects is that Hepburn’s Holly Golightly doesn’t get to be as bold as her novella counterpart.