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50 Things a Girl Can Learn From Audrey Hepburn

Audrey Hepburn... "..adore her!!!...and Tiffany's too!!! Breakfast at Tiffany's is one of my FAVORITE movies!!!-ks

Whoopi Goldberg (born Caryn Elaine Johnson; November 13, 1955) is an American comedian, actress, singer-songwriter, political activist, author and talk show host.

Ms. Hattie McDaniel. First African American woman to win an Academy Award. Gone with the Wind!

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Just Call It the American Hustle Effect

Amy Adams - Actress in a Leading Role - American Hustle

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Vintage Hollywood Glamour: Dorothy Dandridge

- Dorothy Dandridge - 1922-1965 - An American actress and popular singer. She…

Eartha Mae Kitt was an international star who gave new meaning to the word versatile. She distinguished herself in film, theater, cabaret, music and on television. Kitt was one of only a handful of performers to be nominated for a Tony (three times), the Grammy (twice), and Emmy Award (twice). She regularly enthralled New York nightclub audiences during her extended stays at The Cafè Carlyle and these intimate performances have been captured in her recording, Eartha Kitt, Live at The…

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Beautiful Black Actresses Over Fifty (50)

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The Beulah Show, the first sitcom to star an African American actress, moved from radio to ABC TV on October 3, 1950, starring Ethel Waters for the first season. Hattie McDaniel, star of radio's Beulah, joined the cast around September of 1951 but only filmed six episodes of the second season before falling ill. She was quickly replaced by Louise Beavers who stayed with the show until its cancellation in 1952.

The Beulah Show, the first sitcom to star an African American actress, moved from radio to ABC TV on October 3, 1950, starring Ethel Waters for the first season. Hattie McDaniel, star of radio's Beulah, joined the cast around September of 1951 but only filmed six episodes of the second season before falling ill. She was quickly replaced by Louise Beavers who stayed with the show until its cancellation in 1952.

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Winners! Complete List From the 2012 Oscars

True Fact: Octavia Spencer is the 5th Black actress in history to win the Oscar for Best Supporting Actress.