31 Days with Audrey Hepburn: Day 31) Favorite picture(s) of Audrey Hepburn dancing:
Audrey Hepburn began studying classical ballet at the age of 12. When World War II caugh her in Nazi-occupied Holland, where starvation rations left her too weak to continue her lessons. In London afterwards she resumed ballet training, but started working as a chorus girl. Audrey said “Because I needed the money; it paid more than other ballet jobs”. Later Audrey became one of the biggest and highest paid actress in Hollywood and won an Academy Award for her performance in Roman Holiday. Although Audrey didn’t follow a career as a professional dancer she danced as opposite to Fred Astaire in Funny Face and played the role of Gigi in Broadway.
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