ABOUT GRACE KELLY (1928 - 82)
American leading lady of the fifties who retired to become Princess
Grace of Monaco.
She traveled to New York, attended the American Academy of Dramatic
Arts, became a top model and at age 22 made her first Hollywood film,
FOURTEEN HOURS, in 1951.
In 1953 she received a Best Supporting Actress nomination for her
performance in: MOGAMBO.
She did three films with director Alfred Hitchcock:
DIAL M FOR MURDER
TO CATCH A THIEF
Her other credits include:
THE BRIDGES AT TOKO-RI