- 1 Famous models of all time
- 2 Famous movie actors of all time
Famous models of all time
The indispensable faces include Claudia Schiffer, Cindy Crawford. Naomi Campbell, Kate Moss or Gisele Bundchen.
Famous in the 1970s and 1980s, Gia Carangi appeared in every prestigious magazine from the US to Asia. However, Gia’s heyday did not last long. She died early due to excessive drug use.
Christie Brinkley rose to prominence in the late 1970s. She appeared in more than 500 fashion magazines and is considered a model representing American beauty. In addition to valuable advertising contracts and cover photos of famous magazines, she is also the official ambassador for international breast cancer campaigns.
Since 2004, Gisele Bundchen has always been on the list of the highest-paid models. With her dedication to the fashion industry over the past 10 years, she is admired no less than other big names like Kate Moss or Adriana Lima.
Cindy Crawford is considered a symbol of the glamor of the 1990s model village. Once the highest-paid model in 1995, she appeared in 600 magazines around the world, from Vogue, Allure, People, Elle, Harper’s Bazaar to W. Cindy is also one of the first modern supermodels to appear on Playboy. She was even included in the top 5 of the 100 sexiest models of the century by this men’s magazine.
Claudia Schiffer is one of the most beautiful blondes in the world. She is also the first person to be called a supermodel by the fashion industry. Claudia was one of the highest-paid models in the industry in the 1990s and appeared on over 1,000 different magazine covers.
Naomi Campbell was one of the first black models to be recognized as a supermodel. Not only possessing a standard body, she also has a close relationship with all famous designers in the world.
Elle MacPherson has appeared in a series of major fashion magazines, from Elle, Vogue to Sports Illuminated. Her once desirable body was nicknamed “The Body” by Sports Illuminated.
Twiggy is considered one of the most influential supermodels of the 1960s. She is the number one choice of major fashion and cosmetics brands when looking for a face. Besides, this long leg is also the idol of many modern supermodels, from Kate Moss to Adriana Lima.
Christy Turlington is one of the 5 most famous supermodels in the 1980s, alongside Cindy Crawford, Claudia Schiffer, Naomi Campbell and Linda Evangelista. Having become famous since the age of 16, long legs were invited by Calvin Klein to be the brand’s representative in 1987 and helped the company earn a lot of fame afterwards.
Supermodel Tyra Banks once dominated with countless advertising contracts for major fashion and cosmetic brands in the world. Her career peaked in the 2000s. In addition to expensive catwalk shows and fashion shoots for major magazines, Tyra Banks inspired many new legs to enter the modeling profession. She is also one of the most active people in calling the fashion industry to change the way women think about beauty in recent years.
Possessing a strange beauty in the supermodel world, Kate Moss is considered a monument in the fashion industry. During more than 25 years of dedication, this long leg has always kept its form when it is constantly being sought by fashion houses and magazines.
Linda Evangelista is one of the 5 long legs that created the 15-year domination of supermodels in the world fashion industry in the 1980s. Besides, she also ranked second in the list of the sexiest supermodels, after Cindy Crawford , in the 1990s. Linda’s career is the dream of many young models today.
Heidi Klum is always on the list of the sexiest models in magazines and media. She once impressed when she signed a contract as an ambassador for Victoria’s Secret with a salary of $ 3.5 million a year. In 2008, Heidi also caused a stir when she entered the Forbes list of the highest-paid long-legged legs.
Famous movie actors of all time
Ingrid Bergman (1915)
Swedish actress known worldwide for her role as Ilsa Lund in the classic film Casablanca (1942). Orphaned at the age of 12, Bergman was fortunate to be educated at the Royal School of Drama.
In the process of building a name in Hollywood, she played many hit works by Alfred Hitchcock and was voted by the American Film Institute as the 4th actress in the greatest movie legends in cinema history. 3 Oscars.
Ingrid Bergman speaks 5 languages: Swedish, German, English, French and Italian. Her daughter – Isabella Rossellini – is also a famous actress. Bergman died in 1982 of breast cancer.
Cate Blanchett (1969)
Considered by many writers as a new legend, Blanchett has had a remarkable career with many outstanding roles, especially through the two works The Aviator and Blue Jasmine which helped her receive two golden statues.
Blanchett is quite infamous, not in the top bad stars thanks to her stable aesthetic. In addition to art films, she is also very charming with blockbusters such as Thor: Ragnarok, Indiana Jones…
Blanchett has been nominated for six Academy Awards and has collaborated with nine Academy Award-winning directors, including Woody Allen and Steven Spielberg.
Bette Davis (1908)
The eldest sister of the golden age of Hollywood in the 1920s and 1930s, Bette Davis was a star icon in the memory of many generations. Her characters in All About Eve, The Little Foxes… left a deep impression.
Two-time Oscar recipients out of 10 nominations, Davis was also honored with a Lifetime Achievement Award. Stepping to the bottom of his career sometime after 1950, but nothing stopped this talented actor with melancholy eyes.
In the 1960s, Bette Davis returned to Broadway and acted in films and won the only BAFTA award for What Ever Happened to Baby Jane? Around the 1970s, she switched to television acting until her death in 1989.
Viola Davis (1965)
One of the few black actors with a lasting career in Hollywood, Viola Davis is also a bright candidate with full support for the upcoming victory with the psychological drama Fences. Filming since 1996, but Davis has yet to touch the golden statue.
Her career ups and downs are also mentioned with two Tony theater awards, two Oscar nominations (for Doubt and The Help) and an Emmy for television. Always playing resilient characters, Davis left a special mark in the How to Get Away with Murder series from 2014.
Jane Fonda (1937)
As an anti-war star, active in society, Jane Fonda has a strong voice in Hollywood. She used social media to get Marion Cotillard nominated for an Oscar for a low-profile foreign film in 2014.
Like many actors of her generation, Fonda started out in theater and then shined in Hollywood with works like Klute and Coming Home, which won her two Oscars. In 1991, Fonda married billionaire Ted Turner and announced his retirement.
Nostalgia for the job led her to accept a small role in Youth in 2015 and received several important acting nominations. Fans are now eagerly waiting for Our Souls at Night because this is Fonda’s rare lead role after many years of only receiving “fun” art.
Katharine Hepburn (1907)
The influence of this legend is undeniable, with a record of four golden statues (out of 12 nominations) that she brought home after 50 years of artistic activity. The interesting thing is that at that time, her strange, frank and cold personality did not suit the audience and the press very well.
Despite possessing good characters, she is known as an actress of sluggish movies. Despite everything, Hepburn’s talent still shined until she was in her 70s with big and small awards throughout the 1960s to 1980s.
In 1994, Hepburn appeared in the last three films before retiring to seclusion. Hepburn died at the age of 96, just a few years after she was ranked number one by the American Film Institute on the list of 100 stars of American cinema thanks to her gritty, dramatic performance.
Isabelle Huppert (1953)
Born in France, the darling of the Cannes Film Festival (winning two Best Picture Awards) and having a diverse career in many countries, Huppert has been acting for 40 years and shows no sign of going down because every year she receives at least 1, 2 movies.
Huppert’s most memorable role was a rather shocking role in 2001’s The Piano Teacher, but the character in Elle – the film just released in the US is really Huppert’s game in the North American market and the upcoming Oscars.
With about 100 roles from television, stage to film, Huppert brought home 14 nominations and a prestigious Cesar Award in France, two Venice Film Festival Photo Awards and a British BAFTA Award. She is also the President of the jury of the 2009 Cannes Film Festival and was honored by AFI in the 2016 film screening program.
Julianne Moore (1960)
Similar to Cate Blanchett, Moore has been likened to a new legend in America by followers with diverse and sharp acting since Safe (1995) or Far From Heaven (2002)…. Three Oscar nominations after two decades , it was not until 2015 that she won an award for her role as a lunatic in Still Alice.
Like many other female stars in Hollywood, Moore still “makes money” through hit works such as Jurassic Park (1997), The Hunger Games: Mockingjay 1 (2014)… Even she is a rare actress. Hoi has a premium collection: Cannes, Venice, Berlin Film Festivals, a Bafta Award, two SAGs, two Golden Globes and an Oscar.
Barbara Stanwyck (1907)
Famous from movies, but Stanwyck is more famous in the field of television with three Emmy Awards, a Golden Globe. Although she did not win any of the four Oscar nominations, Barbara Stanwyck is considered an important actress in the early Hollywood era.
The reason is that she has acted in the films of such legends as Cecil B. DeMille, Fritz Lang, Billy Wilder and Frank Capra. Since 1986 she began to completely withdraw from the entertainment industry to devote time to charity work. She died in 1990 in Cali after leaving behind a number of works such as Double Indemnity (1944), Sorry, Wrong Number (1948)…
Meryl Streep (1949)
Mentioning Meryl Streep is referring to the numbers: 16 Oscar nominations, not counting three wins, nearly 80 career roles and more than 160 awards. Her roles in Sophie’s Choice, Kramer vs. Kramer is always in the important votes of the American Film Institute and the press.
In addition to her forte as psychological films, Streep created unforgettable images in hit comedies such as Mamma Mia, The Devil Wears Prada… and became a model of an actress that is admired and pursued by juniors.
Showing no signs of slowing down, this year she broke through with her singing ability in the musical comedy Florence Foster Jenkins, which is forecast to score another Oscar nomination. Earlier this year, Streep was also the chairman of the jury at the Berlin Film Festival.