15 of Hollywood’s Most Beautiful Bombshells Actresses of All Time
There have been a ton of beautiful actress in Hollywood and listing all of them would require a list that has a million spots on it. Today we have brought you the best of both worlds. A bit of the old and nostalgic with something new and refreshing.
The Internet is a great place to find lists and they are the ones who made a list of the most beautiful actress in Hollywood through the years. But, we have taken the liberty to make our own list with a bit of old and new. These are the most beautiful actresses in Hollywood over the years.
Grace Patricia Kelly made her debut into acting in 1950, at age 20. She gained stardom after starring in John Ford’s movie ‘Mogambo’ alongside Clark Gable and Ava Gardner. She won a Golden Globe and an Academy Award for this role. In 1956, she quit acting to marry Prince Rainier III and became the Princess consort of Monaco. She had 3 children with him. She died in 1982 due to a traffic collision at age 52.
Born Norma Jeane Mortenson in 1926, Marilyn Monroe was an American actress, singer, and model who went on to become one of the most popular sex symbols in pop culture. She was a top actress for only a decade but her movies grossed over $200 million, which today would be $2 billion. She struggled with issues of depression, anxiety, and substance abuse. She was married and divorced three times. In 1962, she died at just age 36, of a barbiturate overdose. The death was ruled a suicide but conspiracy theories suggest otherwise.
Sofia Villani Scicolone, Dame of the Grand Cross, OMRI, more popularly known as Sophia Loren is an Italian actress and singer who began her career at age 16 in 1950. She starred in several notable films like ‘The Pride and the Passion’, ‘Houseboat’, and ‘It Started in Naples’. She won an Oscar in 1962 for Best Actress for her role in ‘Two Women’. She gained international fame after signing her five-picture contract with Paramount Pictures. After starting a family in 1970, she appeared only occasionally in films.
Born Audrey Kathleen Ruston, she was a British actress, model, dancer and humanitarian. She worked during Hollywood’s Golden Age and was ranked by the American Film Institute as the third greatest female screen legend in that time. She was awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom in recognition of her work as a UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador in December 1992. Just a month later, she passed away at age 63 of appendiceal cancer.
She was born in Austria and had a brief film career in Czechoslovakia. In 1933, she fled from her wealthy husband and came to Paris. While traveling to London she met Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer studio head Louis B. Mayer, who offered her a movie contract in Hollywood. When WWII began, she and composer George Antheil developed a radio guidance system for Allied torpedoes. She passed away in 2000 at age 85.