Katharine Hepburn, Best Actress 1932/33 & 1967 & 1968 & 1981

1932/33: MORNING GLORY

(Drama - NR)

Katharine Hepburn received her first oscar for playing Eve Lovelace, a young, determined stage-struck girl, in New York City, who wants to become the "finest actress in the world".

This film was based on Zoe Akins' play.

1967: GUESS WHO'S COMING TO DINNER

(Drama - NR)

Katharine Hepburn was awarded the Best Actress Oscar for her performance as the liberal-thinking parent whose daughter announces her plans to marry a distinguished black man.  

1968: THE LION IN WINTER

(Drama - PG)

Katharine Hepburn won her third Best Actress Oscar for her performance as the 12th century English Queen, whose husband, Henry 2 had to keep her locked up to control her in castle.

Please Note: She tied this year with Barbara Streisand 

1981: ON GOLDEN POND

(Drama - PG)

Miss Katharine Hepburn won her 4th Oscar for her performance as the family's mother during their eventful summer gathering. 


ABOUT KATHARINE HEPBURN (1907 - 2003)

The Oscar Champion... 4 Oscars and 8 additional nominations!

Connecticut born "Kate" Hepburn has been acting for over 50 years. Katharine Hepburn had come to Hollywood from Broadway and her first film was: A BILL OF DIVORCEMENT

She worked with Spencer Tracy in a series of popular films including: WOMAN OF THE YEAR, STATE OF THE UNION, ADAM'S RIB, and THE DESK SET.

More about Katharine.

Katharine Hepburn's Oscar nominations were for:

ALICE ADAMS (35)
THE PHILADELPHIA STORY (40)
WOMAN OF THE YEAR (42)
THE AFRICAN QUEEN (51)
SUMMERTIME (55)
THE RAINMAKER (56)
SUDDENLY LAST SUMMER (59)
LONG DAY'S JOURNEY INTO NIGHT (62)

Her other credits include:

A BILL OF DIVORCEMENT
LITTLE WOMEN
MARY OF SCOTLAND
STAGE DOOR
BRINGING UP BABY
HOLIDAY
KEEPER OF THE FLAME
DRAGON SEED
WITHOUT LOVE
UNDERCURRENT
THE SEA OF GRASS
STATE OF THE UNION
THE MADWOMAN OF CHAILLOT
THE TROJAN WOMEN
A DELICATE BALANCE
OLLY, OLLY OXEN FREE
GRACE QUIGLEY
ROOSTER COGBURN
LOVE AFFAIR

Katharine Hepburn's television credits include:

THE GLASS MENAGERIE
LOVE AMONG THE RUINS
THE CORN IS GREEN
MRS. DELAFIELD WANTS TO MARRY
LAURA LANSING SLEPT HERE
THE MAN UPSTAIRS
THIS CAN'T BE LOVE
ONE CHRISTMAS