Date of Birth: November 12, 1929
Place of Birth: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
Height: 5 feet 7 in; 1. 69m
Measurements: 34-24-35(in); 86.3-61-89(cm)
Kelly in one sentence: Grace was a beautiful American actress, a natural beauty and a true lady.
Women’s natural role is to be a pillar of the family.
Getting angry doesn’t solve anything.
I don’t want to be married to someone who feels inferior to my success because I make more money than he does.
I avoid looking back. I prefer good memories to regrets.
I am basically a feminist. I think that women can do anything they decide to do.
I would like to be remembered as someone who accomplished good deeds, and who was a kind and loving person.
I would like to leave a memory of a woman with a correct attitude who did her best to help others.
Emancipation of women has made them lose their mystery.
I would much rather being known for my abilities then my looks.
One of my few regrets is that I wasn’t able to develop fully as an actress.
I think I actually hate Hollywood. I have a few friends there but many acquaintances.
I came to success very quickly. Maybe it was too quickly to value its importance.
Children need the love and attention of their mother the most.
She started her acting career at the age of 20. She retired six years later.
Grace became a movie star with the releasing of the film Mogambo in 1953.
Kelly was married to Rainier III, Prince of Monaco.
She had three children: Caroline, Stephanie and Albert.
The American Film Institute put Grace on the list of top female stars of American cinema.
Kelly was raised catholic.
She graduated in May 1947 from Stevens School.
Her favorite actors were Ingrid Bergman and Joseph Cotten.
Kelley attended the American Academy of Dramatic Arts in New York and worked as a model to support her studies.
Grace was one of the first celebrities to support and speak on behalf of La Leche League, an organization that advocates breastfeeding.
A rose garden in Monaco’s Fontvieille district is dedicated to the memory of Princess Grace. Kelly is commemorated in a statue made by Kees Verkade in the garden, which features 4,000 roses.
1. Fourteen Hours – 1951
2. High Noon – 1952
3. Mogambo- 1953
4. Dial M for Murder – 1954
5. Rear Window – 1954
6. The Country – 1954
7. Green Fire – 1954
8. The Bridges – 1954
9. To Catch a Thief – 1955
Kelly was awarded the Golden Globe Award for Best Supporting Actress – Motion Picture in 1953. (Mogambo)
Academy Award for Best Actress – 1953 (The Country Girl)
Golden Globe Award for Best Actress – Motion Picture Drama – 1953 (The Country Girl)
National Board of Review Award for Best Actress (Rear Window and Dial M for Murder, The Country Girl) -1953
New York Film Critics Circle Award for Best Actress (Rear Window and Dial M for Murder, The Country Girl) -1953
New York Film Critics Circle Award for Best Actress (Rear Window, The Country Girl and Dial M for Murder)
Golden Globe Henrietta Award for World Favorite Film Female – 1956
Star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame – 1960
Go to Grace Kelly Gallery
Always remember that true beauty comes from within.