The Audrey Hepburn Story


3h 2000

Brief Synopsis

Movie based on the life of actress Audrey Hepburn, from her childhood during the Nazi occupation of Holland in WWII, to her celebrated status as an international film star. Tracing her career from her first days on the London stage to her debut on Broadway in "Gigi," Audrey proceeds to take Hollywoo

Film Details

Also Known As
Audrey Hepburn Story
MPAA Rating
Release Date
2000
Production Company
ABC Entertainment Group; Laserpacific Media Corporation
Distribution Company
Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
Location
Montreal, Quebec, Canada

Technical Specs

Duration
3h

Synopsis

Movie based on the life of actress Audrey Hepburn, from her childhood during the Nazi occupation of Holland in WWII, to her celebrated status as an international film star. Tracing her career from her first days on the London stage to her debut on Broadway in "Gigi," Audrey proceeds to take Hollywood by storm by appearing in a succession of films with top leading men, including Gregory Peck in "Roman Holiday," for which she won an Academy Award; William Holden in "Sabrina," in which she and Holden spark an on-screen, as well as off-screen romance; and George Peppard in "Breakfast at Tiffany's." When Audrey marries actor/producer Mel Ferrer, he is instrumental in guiding her career. Audrey appears in the "The Nun's Story," which garners another one of her five Academy Award nominations, but also affects Audrey's outlook on life. Throughout her life, Audrey struggles to balance love and career, and leaves a legacy of her devotion to children.

Cast

Jennifer Love Hewitt

Audrey Hepburn

Frances Fisher

Ella--Audrey'S Mother

Eric Mccormack

Mel Ferrer

Keir Dullea

Joseph--Audrey'S Father

Gabriel Macht

William Holden

Peter Giles

James Hanson

Emmy Rossum

Audrey--Age 14

Seana Kofoed

Kay Kendall

Michael J Burg

Truman Capote

Stephane Archambault

Marcel Le Bon

Joan Copeland

Cathleen Nesbitt

Marcel Jeannin

Givenchy

Adam Macdonald

Nick Dana

Mark Camacho

Tiffany'S Cab Driver

Sarah Hyland

Audrey--Age 8

Vlasta Vrana

Uncle Willem

Barry Julien

Skip--The Props Man

Lise Roy

Sister Luc

Catherine Colvey

Madame Rambert

Bruce Dinsmore

Blake Edwards

Tamara Hope

Clara

Lenie Scoffie

Colette

Ray Landry

Humphrey Bogart

Emma Stevens

Miss Rigden

Noel Burton

Cecil Landeau

Pierre Leblanc

Street Sweeper

James Bradford

Farmer

Sheena Larkin

Anita Loos

Joanna Noyes

Tiffany'S Makeup Person

Chip Chuipka

Tiffany'S Assistant Director

Aubert Pallascio

Raymond Rouleau

David Francis

Alfred Lunt

Tom Rack

Gilbert Miller

Sam Stone

William Wyler

Susan Glover

English Actress

Swede Svensson

Gregory Peck

Terrie Kember

Ballet Teacher No 1

Danielle Godin

Ballet Teacher No 2

Ryan Hollyman

George Peppard

Harry Hill

Screen Test Director

Peter Feder

Billy Wilder

Howard Rosenstein

Mario Zampi

Dorothee Berryman

Ella'S Friend

Renee M Leguerrier

Vegetable Seller

Terrence La Brosse Ross

Oscar Presenter

Andreanne Troini

Hannah

Richard Jutras

Jerome Robbins

Andreas Lange

German Captain

Martin Watier

Gaston

Daniel Giverin

West Stage Manager

Jonathan Stark

Gigi Stage Manager

Keir Cutler

Limo Driver

Tony Calabretta

Doorman

Tony Robinow

Fred Zinnemann

Jean Ricard

Dutch Doctor

Matt Holland

British Custome Agent

Andrea Panidisz

Cab Driver'S Daughter

James Rae

London Photographer

Jason Knight

English Soldier

Steve Adams

Studio Executive

Robert C Brewster

Stage Doorman

Christopher Hall

German Soldier No 1

Stephane De Neubourg

German Soldier No 2

Robert Burns

Stage Manager

Paul Stewart

Producer

Matthew Tiffin

British Soldier No 1

Dany Paineau

British Soldier No 2

Michelle Heisler

Audrey'S Friend

John Moore

Reporter No 1

Kelly Ricard

Reporter No 2

Terence Bowman

Reporter No 3

Jason Knight

Sam Stone

Crew

Ashley Aitken

Coordinator

Renee April

Costume Designer

Daniel Auclair

Unit Manager

Brooks Baldwin

Dialect Coach

Andrt-line Beauparlant

Set Decorator

Bob Beecher

Music Editor

Mikey Bertrand

Key Grip

Marie-jose Bourassa

Assistant Director

Jason Bretz

Assistant

Anne Brosseau

Production Coordinator

Rosina Bucci

Casting (Montreal)

Suzanne De Garufel

Location Manager

Al Decker

Sound Editor

Bonita Dehaven

Makeup

George Doxas

Music

Billy Driver

Assistant

Brad Durante

Assistant Editor

Peter B. Ellis

Editor

Emmanuel Frechette

Art Director

Pedro B. Gandol

Assistant Director

Claire Garneau

Wardrobe

Diane Gauthier

Set Decorator

Bradley H Gordon

Associate Producer

Marie-claude Gosselin

Set Decorator

Robert Greenwald

Executive Producer

Denis Hamel

Property Master

Jennifer Love Hewitt

Co-Executive Producer

Kay Hoffman

Producer

Rosalie Joseph

Casting (New York)

Philip Kleinbart

Supervising Producer

Steve Krug

Assistant

Chris Ledesma

Music Editor

Pierre Letarte

Director Of Photography

John Lewin

Gaffer

Mark Linden

Sound Editor

Irene Litinsky

Unit Production Manager

Irene Litinsky

Line Producer

Guillaume Lord

Art Director

Nicolas Marion

Assistant Camera

Margaret Mayheus

Choreographer

Robert Mcgee

Casting Director

Marsha Norman

Writer

Johanne Paiement

Hair Stylist

Ian Parkinson

Transportation Coordinator

Lily Partheniou

Production Accountant

Linda Phillips-palo

Casting Director

Nathalie Picard

Script Supervisor

Natalie Plante

Assistant Director

Cathy Rehl

Publicity

Steven Robman

Producer

Patrick Rousseau

Sound Mixer

Kimberly Rubin

Executive Producer

Lawrence Shragge

Music

Diane Simard

Makeup Artist

Robert Stecko

Camera Operator

Lily Takanashi

Assistant

Jean-baptiste Tard

Production Designer

Marcia Turner

Casting (New York)

Marianne Wiesenthal

Assistant

Film Details

Also Known As
Audrey Hepburn Story
MPAA Rating
Release Date
2000
Production Company
ABC Entertainment Group; Laserpacific Media Corporation
Distribution Company
Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
Location
Montreal, Quebec, Canada

Technical Specs

Duration
3h

Quotes

Trivia

Miscellaneous Notes

Aired in United States March 27, 2000

Released in United States on Video July 11, 2000

Began shooting April 13, 1999.

Completed shooting June 6, 1999.