Grace Kelly Net Worth

Grace Kelly Net Worth 2023: Wiki Biography, Married, Family, Measurements, Height, Salary, Relationships

Grace Kelly net worth is
$40 Million

Grace Kelly Wiki Biography

Grace Patricia Kelly, also known as Grace, Princess of Monaco, was an awarded actress and later the Princess of Monaco, born on 12th November 1929, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania USA She was one of the most popular Hollywood divas from the 1950s who appeared in New York City theaters and more than 40 episodes of live drama productions during the Golden Age of Television. Some of her most notable appearances include the films “Mogambo”(1953), “The Country Girl” (1954), “High Noon”(1952), “Rear Window”(1954), “High Society”(1956) and many others. She passed away in 1982.

Have you ever wondered how rich Grace Kelly was? According to sources it has been estimated that Grace Kelly’s net worth was $40 million, accumulated initially through an outstandingly successful acting career, with roles that raised her to stardom, and her later marriage to Prince Rainier III significantly added to her fortune.

Grace Kelly Net Worth $40 Million

Grace was born into a rich family; her father, John Brendan “Jack” Kelly, won three Olympic gold medals with the U.S. rowing team, but was also the owner one of the most successful brick businesses on the East Coast, and a self-made millionaire. Grace was the third of four children -.from her mother’s side Grace was of German descent as her grandparents were German immigrants, and from her father’s she had Irish ancestry. She showed interest in acting and performing from an early age, and participated in school plays while occasionally modeling with her sister and mother. Grace went to the prestigious Ravenhill Academy, a Catholic girls’ school, and then attended Stevens private high school. Kelly wanted to enroll at the Bennington College, but was rejected due to low scores in mathematics. This, however, encouraged her to pursue a career in acting, which she had always preferred. Grace’s uncles were also accomplished actors and had made an impact in cinema – George Kelly had won the Pulitzer Prize for his comedy drama “The Show Off”, and Walter Kelly had been a successful actor.

Finally, in 1947 Grace was admitted to the American Academy of Dramatic Arts in New York, and fully committed herself to acting studies. To support herself through studies, due to her parents lack of support, she did modeling and was in frequent demand due to her good looks which eventually made her one of the highest paid models in New York at the time. Her Broadway debut came when she was 19, which then attracted the attention of TV producers who featured her often in various TV productions. Naturally, this led to offers of roles in films, and her first was in “Fourteen Hours” (1951) next to Gary Cooper, after which he recommended Kelly as his partner in the iconic 1952 movie “High Noon”. The same year, she signed a seven year contract with director John Ford, who then cast her in his movie “Mogambo” (1953), a role which brought her a Golden Globe Award and her first Academy nomination. Grace also collaborated with Alfred Hitchcock and appeared in several of his movies including “Dial M for Murder” and “Rear Window”. Her other notable roles were in “The Country Girl”(1954) – for which she won the Academy Award for Best Actress – “To Catch a Thief”(1955) and “High Society”(1956).

At the Cannes Film Festival in 1955, Grace met Prince of Monaco – Prince Rainer III, who then visited America that year, and after spending just three days with her, decided to propose. The couple married in April 1956, and Kelly was given 142 titles, among them Princess Grace of Monaco. Grace gave up her acting career, although she had second thoughts. She then founded several organizations, including AMADE Mondiale, a non-governmental organization which promoted the spiritual well-being of children, and the Princess Grace Foundation which supported local artists.

Despite all of her royal duties, directors tried to tempt Kelly out of retirement, but never succeeded. Many years later, in September 1982, after having a stroke while driving, Grace died on 14th September 1982 in Monaco. She was buried in the Grimaldi family vault, and James Stewart read an eulogy at the funeral.

Kelly and Prince Rainer had three children, among them is Albert, current ruler of the Principality of Monaco.

Full NameGrace Kelly
Net Worth$40 Million
Date Of BirthNovember 12, 1929
DiedSeptember 14, 1982, Monaco
Place Of BirthHahnemann University Hospital, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States
Height1.69 m
EducationAmerican Academy of Dramatic Arts
SpouseRainier III, Prince of Monaco (m. 1956–1982)
ChildrenCaroline, Princess of Hanover, Stephanie, Albert II, Prince of Monaco
ParentsMargaret Katherine Majer Kelly, John B. Kelly Sr.
SiblingsJohn B. Kelly Jr., Elizabeth Anne Kelly, Margaret Katherine Kelly
AwardsAcademy Award for Best Actress, Golden Globe Award for Best Actress – Motion Picture – Drama, Golden Globe Award for Best Supporting Actress – Motion Picture, Golden Globe Henrietta Award for World Film Favorites, National Board of Review Award for Best Actress
NominationsAcademy Award for Best Actress in a Supporting Role, BAFTA Award for Best Foreign Actress
MoviesRear Window, To Catch a Thief, Dial M for Murder, High Society, The Country Girl, High Noon, Mogambo, Fourteen Hours, The Bridges at Toko-Ri, The Swan, Green Fire
TV ShowsLux Video Theatre, The Philco Television Playhouse
1Often cast as the love interest of the leading man who is over 20 years older.
2Her poised, calm, cool and collected demeanor and blond hair often coiffed in a bun
Dial M for Murder (1954)$14,000
1(On Gary Cooper) He's the one who taught me to relax during a scene and let the camera do some of the work. On the stage you have to emote not only for the front rows, but for the balcony too, and I'm afraid I overdid it. He taught me the camera is always in front row, and how to take it easy...
2Before my marriage, I didn't think about all the obligations there were awaiting me. My experience has proved useful and I think that I have a natural propensity to feel compassion for people and their problems.
3The studios are tenacious. When they want someone or something, they always get it in the end. I ended up signing a contract with MGM. I signed because they offered me the chance of shooting in Africa, but I signed it at the desk of the airport, when the engines of the plane were already turning.
4I'm basically a feminist. I think that women can do anything they decide to do.
5I avoid looking back. I prefer good memories to regrets.
6It would be very sad if children had no memories before those of school. What they need most is the love and attention of their mother.
7If there is one thing that is foreign to me it is shopping for pleasure. On the other hand, I believe that it is right to honour all those who create beautiful things and give satisfaction to those who see me wearing them.
8Fairy tales tell imaginary stories. Me, I'm a living person. I exist. If the story of my life as a real woman were to be told one day, people would at last discover the real being that I am.
9When Ava Gardner gets in a taxi, the driver knows at once she's Ava Gardner. It's the same for Lana Turner or Elizabeth Taylor, but not for me. I'm never Grace Kelly. I'm always someone who looks like Grace Kelly.
10Although, I've played a wide variety of roles, I've never had the chance to act in a story written specially for me. It's a pity as they are the only stories that really let you reveal your personality.
11My love of flowers opened a lot of doors for me. I've made many friends because of their passion of flowers and their vast knowledge in this field.
12I would like to say to my future fellow citizens that the Prince, my fiance, has taught me to love them. I already know a lot about them from the way he has described them to me, and my dearest desire today is to find a little place in their hearts.
13When I married Prince Rainier, I married the man and not what he represented or what he was. I fell in love with him without giving a thought to anything else.
14I've always treated my children as beings in their own right. I respect their feelings and aspirations entirely.
15My parents, despite their serious attitude toward life in general, and that of their children in particular, were very broadminded people. There was no such thing as a bad profession for them. As I was their daughter, they knew that, whatever profession I chose, I would do it well. That was enough for them. There was always trust among the Kellys.
16Of course, I think about marriage, but my career is still the most important thing for me. If I interrupt it now to get married, because I don't believe in a part-time family life, I would risk passing the rest of my existence wondering whether or not I would have been able to become a great actress.
17Mr. Hitchcock taught me everything about cinema. It was thanks to him that I understood that murder scenes should be shot like love scenes and love scenes like murder scenes.
18My real difficulty was to become a normal person again, after having been a movie actress for so long. For me, at the time I was living in New York and Hollywood, a normal person was someone who made movies.
19My father had a very simple view of life: you don't get anything for nothing. Everything has to be earned, through work, persistence and honesty. My father also had a deep charm, the gift of winning our trust. He was the kind of man with whom many people dream of spending an evening.
20I would like to be remembered as someone who accomplished useful deeds, and who was a kind and loving person. I would like to leave the memory of a human being with a correct attitude and who did her best to help others.
21I came to success very quickly. Perhaps too quickly to value its importance.
22At times, I think I actually hate Hollywood. I have many acquaintances there, but few friends.
23Mogambo (1953) had three things that interested me. John Ford, Clark Gable, and a trip to Africa with expenses paid. If Mogambo had been made in Arizona, I wouldn't have done it.
24I hated Hollywood. It's a town without pity. I know of no other place in the world where so many people suffer from nervous breakdowns, where there are so many alcoholics, neurotics, and so much unhappiness.
25I'll tell you one of the reasons I'm ready to leave. When I first came to Hollywood five years ago, my makeup call was at eight in the morning. On this movie it's been put back to seven-thirty. Every day I see Joan Crawford, who's been in makeup since five, and Loretta Young, who's been there since four in the morning. I'll be god-damned if I'm going to stay in a business where I have to get up earlier and earlier and it takes longer and longer for me to get in front of a camera.
26Hollywood amuses me. Holier-than-thou for the public and unholier-than-the-devil in reality.
1MGM studios offered 70 000 dollars for the weeding of Grace Kelly, in gowns and bonus.
2It has been alleged that as member of the Twentieth Century Fox board of directors, Kelly was responsible for closing down Russ Meyer's uncompleted "Who Killed Bambi?".
3Portrayed by Nicole Kidman in the fictionalized and critically ravished Grace of Monaco (2014). Kidman, however, was nominated for a SAG Award for her performance.
4Grace Kelly passed away on September 14, 1982, two months away from what would have been her 53rd birthday on November 12.
5Had appeared in three films directed by Alfred Hitchcock: Rear Window (1954), Dial M for Murder (1954) and To Catch a Thief (1955).
6She turned down the female lead in On the Waterfront (1954) in order to make Rear Window (1954) instead.
7Was the 42nd actress to receive an Academy Award; she won the Best Actress Oscar for The Country Girl (1954) at The 27th Annual Academy Awards (1955) on March 30, 1955.
8Was a Girl Scout.
9She was a registered Democrat and her family was close friends with Franklin D. Roosevelt during his administration.
10Her first date, Harper Davis, died in 1953 after contracting multiple sclerosis when he returned from World War II and whose funeral was attended by Grace Kelly.
11She graduated from Stevens School in Germantown, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on June 5, 1947; her classmates predicted, in her senior yearbook, that she was certain "to become a stage and screen star".
12The very first actress to appear on a postage stamp in 1993.
13Ranked #86 in Men's Health magazine's 100 Hottest Women of all Time (2011).
14She and her husband Prince Rainier of Monaco became pregnant twice in 1962; on both occasions she suffered miscarriages.
15Was good friends with actress Maureen O'Hara.
16Former mother-in-law of Stefano Casiraghi (1983-1990) and mother-in-law of Daniel Ducruet (1995-1996). She was also the future mother-in-law of Princess Charlene of Monaco.
17All of her leading men were old enough to be her father (with the exception of William Holden, who was 11 years older than her and Louis Jourdan, who was only 8 years older).
18Her father built a beach house at the corner of 26th and Wesley in Ocean City, New Jersey in 1929. It became a popular family vacation destination, and hosted celebrity guests such as Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin, Jerry Lewis, Bob Hope and Bing Crosby. Grace's sister, Lizanne, lived in the house until it was sold in 2001.
19Was allegedly romantically involved with all of her leading men apart from James Stewart. She was also linked to Marlon Brando, David Niven and Jean-Pierre Aumont.
20Was considered for the role of Sarah in Guys and Dolls (1955), however Jean Simmons was cast instead.
21Grandmother of: Andrea, Charlotte, and Pierre Casiraghi, Her Royal Highness Princess Alexandra of Hanover, Louis and Pauline Ducruet, Camille Gottlieb, Jazmin Grace Grimaldi and Alexandre Coste.
22She and her husband Prince Rainier of Monaco, were at the opening of Expo '58 in Brussels.
23Cary Grant named her as his favorite co-star. His friends and family said Kelly's death hit him much harder than the deaths of Louis Mountbatten, Alfred Hitchcock and even Ingrid Bergman.
24On the day she perished in a car accident, she was allegedly driving a British Rover 3500.
25Attended and graduated from Stevens School in Germantown, Philadelphia in 1947.
26(April 19, 1956) Her wedding's church ceremony at Monaco's Saint Nicholas Cathedral was exclusively filmed by MGM and made into the documentary The Wedding in Monaco (1956). The 600 guests included David Niven, Gloria Swanson, Ava Gardner and Conrad Hilton.
27In her youth, her favorite actors were Joseph Cotten and Ingrid Bergman.
28Was offered to do a role in 11-time Oscar-nominated The Turning Point (1977).
29In Italy, a vast number of her films were dubbed by Fiorella Betti. She was also dubbed by Miranda Bonansea, Dhia Cristiani and Rina Morelli, respectively in High Noon (1952), Dial M for Murder (1954) and To Catch a Thief (1955).
30Biography in: "The Scribner Encyclopedia of American Lives". Volume One, 1981-1985, pages 447-450. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1998.
31Her favorite flowers were roses. After her death, Prince Rainier of Monaco opened a public rose garden in Monaco.
32While pregnant with Princess Caroline of Monaco, Grace often used her Hermès bag to shield her belly from prying paparazzi. The company nicknamed that purse "the Kelly bag".
33Bought a silver frame as a wedding gift to Prince Charles and Princess Diana in 1981.
34Broke off her engagement to Oleg Cassini to marry Prince Rainier of Monaco.
35Is one of the many movie stars mentioned in Madonna's song "Vogue".
36Is portrayed by Christina Applegate and Cheryl Ladd in Grace Kelly (1983).
37Was romantically involved with fashion designer Oleg Cassini.
38The road accident which led to her death was apparently caused by a stroke she suffered while driving.
39Was named #13 Actress on The American Film Institute's 50 Greatest Screen Legends
40She was voted the 12th Greatest Movie Star of all time by Premiere magazine.
41Summoned Sydney Guilaroff, the chief hairstylist at Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, to style her hair for her marriage to Prince Rainier of Monaco in 1956.
42Hedda Hopper reported that Judy Garland's loss of the Academy Award to Grace for The Country Girl (1954) was the result of the closest Oscar vote up till that time that did not end in a tie, with just six votes separating the two. In any event, it was such a heartbreak from which Judy Garland never recovered from, mentally. Judy Garland was nominated for her role in A Star Is Born (1954) and which has remained a matter of some controversy.
43She was awarded a Star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame at 6329 Hollywood Boulevard in Hollywood, California on February 8, 1960.
44Referenced in the songs "Grace Kelly", by Die Ärzte; "Grace Kelly Blues" by Eels (Mark Oliver Everett),"Grace Kelly with Wings" by Piebald; and "Grace Kelly" by Mika.
45She was voted the 27th Greatest Movie Star of all time by Entertainment Weekly.
46She was one of many famous tenants of the Barbizon Hotel for Women when she lived in New York. Other tenants included Candice Bergen, Liza Minnelli, Cloris Leachman, Ali MacGraw, and Edith 'Little Edie' Bouvier Beale.
47On January 1959, the Austrian government awarded her a medal of merit for aid to Hungarian refugees escaping Russian invasion, given through Monaco's Red Cross.
48Kelly was the daughter of John Brendan Kelly, Sr. (1889-1960), the son of Irish immigrants, and his wife Margaret Katherine (Majer), whose parents were German. She had three siblings: Peggy, John Jr. and Lizzane.
49Niece of playwright George Kelly.
50When she left Hollywood, several roles she was slated to play were eventually filled by Lauren Bacall (Designing Woman (1957) and The Cobweb (1955)). Director George Stevens also wanted her for Giant (1956).
51The Country Girl (1954), the film that won Kelly an Oscar, was first offered to Jennifer Jones, who had to turn it down due to pregnancy.
52Attended and graduated from the American Academy of Dramatic Arts, New York.
53The so-called "wealthy" family Grace was born into was actually an immigrant family of bricklayers who had barely a generation of newfound business success. Grace's father and brother were both Olympic gold-medal scullers. Grace's cousin, former US Secy of Navy John Lehman, Jr. now chairs the Princess Grace Foundation, which supports young performing talent.
54Was considered for the role of Maggie the Cat in Cat on a Hot Tin Roof (1958) that was eventually played by Elizabeth Taylor.
55Kelly's wedding gown was the most expensive garment that MGM designer Helen Rose had ever made. It used twenty-five yards of silk taffeta and one hundred yards of silk net. Its 125-year-old rose point lace was purchased from a museum and thousands of tiny pearls were sewn on the veil.
56Part of Prince Rainier of Monaco's attraction to marrying a movie star was to increase tourism in his tiny, cash-poor principality, and the Kelly family was turned off by his demands that a substantial dowry accompany Grace to Monaco. A figure of $2,000,000 was finally agreed upon, which was diverted from Grace's inheritance so that her brother and two sisters would not be shortchanged.
57In 1993, the United States and Monaco simultaneously released a commemorative postage stamp honoring her. However, United States federal law forbids postage stamps depicting foreign heads of state, so the United States stamp listed her as "Grace Kelly", while the Monaco stamp listed her as "Princess Grace".
58Born at 5:31 AM EST.
59Actress Rita Gam was among her bridesmaids.
60Assisted in the pre-production status of Grace Kelly (1983) starring Cheryl Ladd as Grace Kelly.
61Following her untimely death, she was interred at the Cathedral of St. Nicholas in Monaco.
62The inscription at her burial site in Monaco's cathedral does not refer to her as a princess. It uses the title "uxor principis" (prince's wife), which is traditional in the House of Grimaldi.
63Her movies were banned in Monaco by order of Prince Rainier of Monaco.
64Had three children with Prince Rainier of Monaco: Princess Caroline of Monaco (1957), Prince Albert of Monaco (1958) and Princess Stéphanie of Monaco (1965).
65Hoped to return to acting in Alfred Hitchcock's Marnie (1964), but the people of Monaco did not want their princess playing a thief and romancing Sean Connery.
66Ranked #51 in Empire (UK) magazine's "The Top 100 Movie Stars of All Time" list. [October 1997]
67Chosen by Empire magazine as one of the 100 Sexiest Stars in film history (#5) (1995).


High Society1956Tracy Lord
The Swan1956Princess Alexandra
To Catch a Thief1955Frances Stevens
Green Fire1954Catherine Knowland
The Country Girl1954Georgie Elgin
The Bridges at Toko-Ri1954Nancy Brubaker
Rear Window1954Lisa Carol Fremont
Dial M for Murder1954Margot Wendice
Kraft Theatre1948-1954TV Series
Mogambo1953Linda Nordley
The Philco-Goodyear Television Playhouse1950-1953TV SeriesLucy Bakewell Audubon / Paula / Ann Rutledge / ...
Lux Video Theatre1952-1953TV SeriesMeg / Janice / Beth
Studio One in Hollywood1950-1952TV SeriesFreda Clark / Sara Mappin
Armstrong Circle Theatre1951-1952TV Series
Goodyear Playhouse1952TV Series
Suspense1952TV Series
Robert Montgomery Presents1952TV SeriesTherese
High Noon1952Amy Fowler Kane
Lights Out1950-1952TV Series
Danger1950-1952TV Series
The Big Build Up1952TV MovieClaire
CBS Television Workshop1952TV SeriesDulcinea
Fourteen Hours1951Mrs. Louise Ann Fuller
Nash Airflyte Theatre1951TV SeriesMrs. Kennard
The Prudential Family Playhouse1951TV SeriesHelen Pettigrew
Somerset Maugham TV Theatre1950TV Series
The Clock1950TV Series
Big Town1950TV Series
Actor's Studio1950TV SeriesPrincess Alexandra
Believe It or Not1950TV Series


Confetti2006performer: "True Love"
That's Entertainment, Part II1976Documentary performer: "You're Sensational" 1956 - uncredited
The Man Who Fell to Earth1976performer: "True Love"
That's Entertainment!1974Documentary performer: "True Love" 1956 - uncredited
High Society1956performer: "True Love" - uncredited


Before Breakfast2010/IShort in memory of
S1m0ne2002Simone wishes to thank the following for their contribution to the making of Simone
Dieter & Andreas1989Short grateful acknowledgment


The Nativity1982TV Movie documentaryHerself - Introduction (voice)
20/201982TV Series documentaryHerself
Night of 100 Stars1982TV SpecialHerself (as Princess Grace)
Omnibus1980TV SeriesHerself
Billy Baxter Presents Diary of the Cannes Film Festival with Rex Reed1980TV Movie documentaryHerself
AFI Life Achievement Award: A Tribute to James Stewart1980TV Special documentaryHerself / Speaker (uncredited)
The Mike Douglas Show1973-1979TV SeriesHerself - Princess of Monoco / Herself - Princess of Monaco / Herself - Princess Grace Rainer of Monoco / ...
Bing Crosby: His Life and Legend1978TV Movie documentaryHerself
The Merv Griffin Show1976-1977TV SeriesHerself
Hollywood Greats1977TV Series documentaryHerself
The Children of Theatre Street1977DocumentaryNarrator (as Princess Grace of Monaco)
Anneliese Rothenberger gibt sich die Ehre1975TV SeriesHerself
Stars on Sunday1973TV SeriesHerself
AFI Life Achievement Award: A Tribute to John Ford1973TV Movie documentaryHerself
Weekend of a Champion1972DocumentaryHerself
Frank Sinatra: In Concert at the Royal Festival Hall1971TV SpecialHerself (as Princess Grace of Monaco)
Night of Nights1970TV MovieHerself - Princess Grace
Gala de l'Unicef1969TV SeriesHerself
Die Drehscheibe1969TV SeriesHerself
The 40th Annual Academy Awards1968TV SpecialHerself - reviewing Academy's third decade (pre-recorded) (as Princess Grace)
Monte Carlo: C'est La Rose1968TV Special documentaryHerself (as Princess Grace of Monaco)
The Undersea World of Jacques Cousteau1968TV Series documentaryHerself
Der Sport-Spiegel1967TV Series documentaryHerself
Der goldene Schuß1966TV SeriesHerself
Today1966TV SeriesHerself
The Poppy Is Also a Flower1966Herself in Prologue (uncredited)
A Look at Monaco1963TV Movie documentaryHostess (as Princess Grace)
Mediterranean Holiday1962DocumentaryHerself (as Princess Grace of Monaco)
Les échos du cinéma1961TV Series shortHerself
Glück und Liebe in Monaco1959Herself (as Fürstin Gracia Patricia)
Love in Monaco1959DocumentaryHerself
Hollywood - Ein Vorort in vier Anekdoten1959TV Short documentaryHerself (uncredited)
The Ed Sullivan Show1953-1958TV SeriesHerself
Perry Como's Kraft Music Hall1956TV SeriesHerself
The Wedding in Monaco1956Documentary shortHerself
The 28th Annual Academy Awards1956TV SpecialHerself - Presenter: Best Actor in a Leading Role
The 27th Annual Academy Awards1955TV SpecialHerself - Winner: Best Actress in a Leading Role & Presenter: Documentary Awards
Miss America Pageant1954TV SpecialHerself - Judge
The 26th Annual Academy Awards1954TV SpecialHerself - Nominee: Best Actress in a Supporting Role
The Web1950TV SeriesHerself

Archive Footage

Maria Callas: La Divina - A Portrait1988TV Movie documentaryHerself
Grace Kelly: The American Princess1987Video documentaryHerself (plays baseball)
The Rock 'n' Roll Years1985TV SeriesHerself
exclusiv1982TV Series documentaryHerself (as Princess Grace)
Hollywood: The Gift of Laughter1982TV Movie documentaryActress - 'To Catch a Thief' (uncredited)
Notre Dame de la Croisette1981DocumentaryHerself (uncredited)
Tegtmeier klärt auf1981TV SeriesHerself
Good Old Days Part II1978TV SpecialHerself
That's Entertainment, Part II1976DocumentaryClip from 'High Society'
Tuesday's Documentary1975TV Series documentaryHerself
Costa del Sol malagueña1972Documentary shortHerself
Camera Three1972TV Series
Hollywood and the Stars1963TV SeriesHerself
The Courtship of Eddie's Father1963Herself - Actress in Clip from 'Mogambo' (uncredited)
Biography1962TV Series documentaryHerself
Zwischen Glück und Krone1959DocumentaryHerself
The Ed Sullivan Show1956-1958TV SeriesHerself
Bilanz des Jahres1957TV SeriesHerself
Screen Snapshots: Hollywood, City of Stars1956Documentary shortHerself (uncredited)
MGM Parade1956TV SeriesPrincess Alexandra
The Colgate Comedy Hour1955TV SeriesFrances Stevens (scene from To Catch a Thief)
Studio 102017TV SeriesHerself
The 89th Annual Academy Awards2017TV SpecialHerself (uncredited)
Sunrise2013-2016TV SeriesHerself
Million Dollar American Princesses2016TV Mini-SeriesHerself
Inside Edition2015TV Series documentaryHerself
Sinatra: All or Nothing at All2015TV Mini-Series documentaryHerself
Ochéntame... otra vez2015TV Series documentaryHerself
Welcome to the Basement2014TV SeriesMargot Mary Wendice
Entertainment Tonight2014TV SeriesHerself
And the Oscar Goes To...2014TV Movie documentaryHerself
Stars of the Silver Screen2011-2013TV SeriesHerself / Lisa Carol Fremont / Linda Nordley
Arena2012TV Series documentary
Cinéphiles de notre temps2012TV Series documentaryHerself
Germaine Damar - Der tanzende Stern2011TV Movie documentary as Fürstin Gracia Patricia
Breakfast2011TV SeriesHerself
Masterpiece Mystery2010TV SeriesHerself
Smash His Camera2010DocumentaryHerself
50 años de2009TV SeriesHerself
A Night at the Movies: The Suspenseful World of Thrillers2009TV Movie documentary
Hollywood sul Tevere2009DocumentaryHerself
Die Fürsten von Monaco2009TV Series documentaryHerself
Cuéntame2007TV SeriesHerself
Callas assoluta2007DocumentaryHerself
Un jour, un destin2007TV Series documentaryHerself / Various roles
Tenue de soirée2007TV SeriesHerself
La tele de tu vida2007TV SeriesHerself
Protagonistas del recuerdo2006TV SeriesHerself
La imagen de tu vida2006TV SeriesHerself
Grace face à son destin2006TV Movie documentaryHerself
80s2005TV Series documentaryHerself
Hitchcock and Dial M2004Video documentary shortMargot Mary Wendice (uncredited)
True Love2003/IVideo shortHerself
101 Most Shocking Moments in Entertainment2003TV Movie documentaryHerself
Blond in Hollywood2003TV Series documentaryHerself
Living Famously2002TV Series documentaryHerself / Various
Veinte años recordándola2002TV Short documentaryHerself
Legenden2002TV Series documentaryHerself
Screenwriter John Michael Hayes on 'Rear Window'2001Video documentary shortLisa Carol Fremont (uncredited)
Life with Judy Garland: Me and My Shadows2001TV Mini-SeriesHerself - Academy Award Recipient
The New Royals2001TV Movie documentaryHerself (as Princess Grace)
'Rear Window' Ethics: Remembering and Restoring a Hitchcock Classic2000Video documentary
Biography1998TV Series documentaryHerself
The Fifties1997TV Mini-Series documentaryHerself (weds Rainier) (uncredited)
Great Romances of the 20th Century: Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton1997TV Short documentaryHerself
Network First1997TV Series documentaryHerself
Off the Menu: The Last Days of Chasen's1997DocumentaryHerself (with Oleg Cassini) (uncredited)
The Good, the Bad & the Beautiful1996TV Special documentaryHerself
The First 100 Years: A Celebration of American Movies1995TV Movie documentaryHerself
The Casting Couch1995Video documentary
That's Entertainment! III1994DocumentaryPerformer in Clip from 'The Swan' (uncredited)
Fame in the Twentieth Century1993TV Series documentaryHerself (uncredited)
The Making of 'High Noon'1992Video short documentaryAmy Fowler Kane (uncredited)
Home Stories1990Short
The 1950's: Music, Memories & Milestones1988Video documentaryHerself

Won Awards

1960Star on the Walk of FameWalk of FameMotion PictureOn 8 February 1960. At 6329 Hollywood Blvd.
1956Henrietta AwardGolden Globes, USAWorld Film Favorite - Female
1955OscarAcademy Awards, USABest Actress in a Leading RoleThe Country Girl (1954)
1955Golden GlobeGolden Globes, USABest Motion Picture Actress - DramaThe Country Girl (1954)
1954Golden GlobeGolden Globes, USABest Supporting ActressMogambo (1953)
1954NBR AwardNational Board of Review, USABest ActressThe Country Girl (1954)
1954NYFCC AwardNew York Film Critics Circle AwardsBest ActressThe Country Girl (1954)

Nominated Awards

1956BAFTA Film AwardBAFTA AwardsBest Foreign ActressThe Country Girl (1954)
1955BAFTA Film AwardBAFTA AwardsBest Foreign ActressDial M for Murder (1954)
1955BambiBambi AwardsBest Actress - InternationalDial M for Murder (1954)
1954OscarAcademy Awards, USABest Actress in a Supporting RoleMogambo (1953)

Known for movies

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