They were hailed as some of the most stunning ladies of the 20th century, and people flocked to them to kneel in respect. We recall them as being youthful and attractive, but this was only true for a little time during their earthly existence; following this, they resembled regular people, making it impossible to distinguish them from great movie stars.
Introducing the ten most attractive ladies in Hollywood movies from the 20th century, both young and old.
Victory Leigh (November 5, 1913 – July 8, 1967)
One of Hollywood’s finest actors, a British woman best known as Scarlett from the saga Gone with the Wind. Her real life was brief, but her artistic life was abundant. The actress was just 53 years old when she succumbed to TB after winning two Oscars and performing on stage like every imaginable heroine from classical literature.
Katharine Hepburn (May 12, 1907 – June 29, 2003)
Hollywood’s best actress, whose record for most Oscar nominations has yet to be broken. She was the recipient of four Academy Awards, but she declined each one and skipped the ceremony. She claimed that her only passion is acting in movies, which is what she does for a living. Katharine Hepburn’s life was consumed with acting; she had been married when she was young, was divorced, and put her personal life behind her, including the decision to never have children.
Greta Garbo (September 18, 1905 – April 15, 1990)
Greta Garbo (Greta Lovisa Gustafsson) has come to represent loneliness in both women and people. She began acting in her 20s and ended it at the height of her success. Garbo, who was born in Sweden but became an American citizen in 1951, spent the remainder of her life as a hermit in a seven-room apartment she acquired in Manhattan in 1953.
Elizabeth Taylor (February 27, 1932 – March 23, 2011)
Another British-born actress who has made Hollywood her own. She received the first-ever, $1 million-dollar compensation in Hollywood history in 1961 for the part of Cleopatra. The media admired Taylor above all else, praising her for her obsession with diamonds, her connection with Michael Jackson, and of course her eight marriages.
Audrey Hepburn (May 4, 1929 – January 20, 1993)
One of the most attractive actors in 20th-century cinema is the wide-eyed Bambi deer, a representation of innocence and purity. And although while not everyone regarded Hepburn as a brilliant and accomplished actor, these endearing traits remained true of this remarkable woman right up until the end of her life.
Grace Kelly (November 12, 1929 – September 14, 1982)
The 13th greatest movie star in history is Grace Kelly. She consistently ranks #1 or in the top three in rankings of the most attractive actresses and women of the 20th century.
While her cinematic career was brief, it was successful. Her final picture was released in 1956, the same year that she married Prince Rainier III of Monaco. She was a model wife and mother, having given birth to three children, but at the age of 52, a vehicle accident took her life.
Betty Davis (April 5, 1908 – October 6, 1989)
Davis became the first person in movie history to be nominated for 10 Oscars before Meryl Streep, who is renowned for receiving several nominations. She received 11 nominations in all and took home 2 prizes. By the way, it’s claimed that she gave the trophy the name Oscar because of how much it resembles her husband, Harmon Oscar Nelson.
Davis wasn’t very attractive, but her unusual looks, including her “fish eyes,” helped her get access to the big-budget film industry. She continued to act right up until her death: her final movie, The Wicked Stepmother, came out in February 1989, right around the time that she received a cancer diagnosis, and she passed away in October.
Ava Gardner (December 24, 1922 – January 25, 1990)
Ava Gardner was a well-known Hollywood actress who, while combining acting skills, was also frequently the subject of gossip columns because of novels. One of Gardner’s spouses was Frank Sinatra, and she was described as an actress with the face of an angel and the physique of a goddess. Her novels have links to some of the most notable figures in the film industry.
The actress suffered two strokes in 1986, which left her mostly handicapped, and her final picture was released that same year. She was bedridden for the final four years of her life in London.
Ingrid Bergman (August 29, 1915 – August 29, 1982)
She is still regarded as one of the most accomplished actors of the 20th century. She is a multidimensional and intelligent intellectual who speaks many languages, is a three-time Oscar winner, and is capable of portraying multiple characters. Bergman lost her battle with breast cancer on her birthday after nine years of treatment.
Lauren Bacall (September 16, 1924 – August 12, 2014)
Many people mistake the young Bacall for Katharine Hepburn due to their striking picture similarity. However, Bacall has always been more vivacious, energetic, and outgoing than the harsh “snow queen” Hepburn; she wasn’t a hermit and a recluse, and she also had a lot of acting roles in her later years. The actress also frequently spoke out on this subject and made appearances on American talk shows since she is a fervent supporter of the Democratic Party.