Throughout history, there have been stunning and gorgeous women all around the world. Their beauty, grace and talent should be appreciated. here are some of the most amazing women
Jaclyn Smith played Kelly Garret in the original Charlie’s Angels TV series. She reprised the role in the 2003 film Charlie’s Angels: Full Throttle. she has since mostly remained away from the spotlight.
Sophie Marceau, who is french actress, appeared for the first time in 1980 film La Boum. She achieved a successful career in Europe.
After her success, she moved to Hollywood, and shared in many films, like Brave heart and James Bond: The world is not enough.
Marceau has also appeared on over 300 magazine covers, including Ell, Vogue, Madame Figaro, Glamour and Marie Claire.
Michelle Pfeiffer began her career in the 1970’s, and first role was in 1978 in “Grease 2”. Her breakout role was in 1983, in the film “Scarface”.
she later appeared in “The witches of eastwick”, “Married to the mob, “Dangerous liaisons” and “The fabulous baker boys”.
The South African actress is one of the highest paid actresses in the world, she played main roles in “The devil’s Advocate”, “Might joe young”, “The cider house rules” and “Monster”, which earned her an Academy Award for best actress and the silver bear.
Later on, she starred in “The Italian job”, “Mad Max: Fury Road” and “Bombshell”.
Marilyn Monroe is still one of the biggest Hollywood Icons, she became in 1962 the top billed actress in the world. She sadly passed away in 1962
She starred in many films like “Gentlemen prefer blondes”, “How to marry a Millionaire”, “The sever year Itch” and “Some like it hot”.
Grace Kelly first know of her 1953 role in Mogambo, which earned her nomination for an Academy award for best actress.
she later appeared in many more films, including several of Alfred Hitchcook films, like “Dial M for murder”, “Rear Window” and “To catch the thief”.
Kelly later became princess of Monaco after she married Prince Rainier the third in 1956.
The French actress Brigitte Bardot became known after appearing in the 1956 film “And god created woman”. She appeared also in “The truth”, “Le Mepris” and “Viva Maria”.
She retired in 1973, and became an animal rights activist, founding the foundation Brigitte Bardot.
Elizabeth Taylor was one of the most successful classical Hollywood actresses in the 1950’s. She became a star after her role in the 1944 film “National Velvet”.
She also starred in “Father of the bride”, “A place in the sun”, “Car on a hot tin roof” and “Suddenly last summer”.
Elizabeth also starred in “Cleopatra” alonside with Richard Burton, who she married and divorced twice.