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What 16 Female Legends From The “Golden Age Of Hollywood” Would Look Like If They Hit The Big Time Today

The Golden Age of Hollywood refers to the time when Audrey Hepburn, Marilyn Monrow, Ava Gardner, Grace Kelly, and many other actresses conquered the American cinema world. They are known for their great talent and charming beauty which brought them the most successful careers in Hollywood. Fashion and beauty trends have changed over the years. But these legendary actresses do explain why the term “The Golden Age of Hollywood” was born with their stunning beauty.

And it’s so interesting to see what classic Hollywood beauties would look like if their prime today. Thanks to AI technology, we can easily imagine how incredible they are in the modern look. Below are 16 legendary actresses’ imaginations if the peak of their fame happened today. Let’s scroll down and enjoy!

#1 Katharine Hepburn (1907- 2003)

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Katharine Hepburn became an Hollywood star in the 1930s.  Throughout six decades of her career, she set a record of four Academy Awards for her acting.

#2 Grace Kelly (1929-1982)

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Grace Kell rose to stardom as a leading Hollywood with her prominent role in High Noon.  She also starred in multiple movies, including “Dial M for Murder”,  “The Country Girl,” “Rear Window”, and “To Catch a Thief”.

#3 Ava Gardner (1922–1990)


Many people consider Ava Gardner to be the most beautiful actresses in the world with her charming blue eyes. She starred in such movies as “The Killers,” “The Hucksters,” “Show Boat,” and “The Snows of Kilimanjaro.”

#4 Shirley Temple (1928–2014)


Shirley Temple, who was the leading child actor, archived a special Oscar and starred in films like “Bright Eyes,” “Heidi.” and “Little Miss Marker”.

#5 Ingrid Bergman (1915–1982)

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Ingrid Bergman was an internationally renowned Swedish actress who starred in the classic “Casablanca”. She was notably nominated for 7 Academy Awards, winning for Gaslight, Anastasia, and Murder on the Orient Express.

#6 Marilyn Monroe (1926–1962)

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Marilyn Monroe is known for overcoming a difficult childhood to become one of the biggest stars in Hollywood. Sadly, she passed away at the age of 36.

#7 Rita Hayworth (1918–1987)

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Rita Hayworth is best known for her performance in Charles Vidor’s Gilda. She is also famous for her stunning explosive sexual charisma on screen throughout the 1930s and 1940s.

#8 Elizabeth Taylor (1932–2011)

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Elizabeth Taylor starred in many movies such as “Cat on a Hot Tin Roof,” “Butterfield 8,” National Velvet,” and “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?” She was also famous for her violet eyes and scandalous love life.

#9 Audrey Hepburn (1929–1993)

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Audrey Hepburn, who was an actress, fashionista, and philanthropist, starred in the film “Roman Holiday” with Gregory Peck in 1953. After that, she set new fashion standards as Holly Golightly in Breakfast at Tiffany’s. Hepburn is one of a few actresses who win an Emmy, Tony, Grammy, and Academy Award.

#10 Greta Garbo (1905–1990)

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Greta Garbo is best known for her career in both silent and talking films before World War II. The first film that brought her into a glorious acting career was a comedy named “Peter the Tramp” in 1922.

#11 Judy Garland (1922–1969)

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Judy Garland, who worked as an actress and a singer, was the star of multiple musical films, including “The Wizard of Oz”. She is also famous for her tremendous talent and troubled life.

#12 Vivien Leigh (1913–1967)

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The “Gone with the Wind star” was convent-educated in England and inspired by her schoolmate Maureen O’Sullivan to embark on an acting career. Vivien Leigh starred in different movies such as “The Bash,” “Things are Looking Up,” and especially “Gone with the Wind,” which brought her an Academy Award.

#13 Natalie Wood

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Natalie Wood starred in “Rebel Without a Cause” with James Dean when she was 16. After that, she made a series of successful movies, including “West Side Story,” “Splendor in the Grass,” and “Brainstorm”.

#14 Olivia de Havilland (1916–2020)

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Olivia de Havilland is best known as Melanie in “Gone with the Wind”. She also won 2 Academy Awards for her brilliant roles in “To Each His Own,” and “The Heiress.”

#15 Veronica Lake (1922- 1973)

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Veronica Lake is best known for her femme fatale roles in films noirs with Aland Ladd. Unfortunately, her career started going down due to her alcoholism. “Sullivan’s Travels” “I Married a Witch,” and  “Flesh Feast” are the movies that brought her to the peak of her career.

#16 Sophia Loren (1934–)

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Sophia Loren who was an Academy Award-winning stunned people with her gorgeous beauty. She was always listed among the world’s all-time most attractive women. Loren is now 87 years old.