We’ll certainly miss her, the violet-eyed goddess who was screen legend ELIZABETH TAYLOR.
ELIZABETH TAYLOR, who died yesterday aged 79, was a Hollywood screen legend. Her extraordinary career spanned 60 years from her earliest screen role in There’s One Born Every Minute in 1942 until her last in Elton John’s video short Original Sin in 2002.
From her performances as Velvet Brown in the classic National Velvet (1944) and Leslie Benedict alongside James Dean in Giant (1956) to the Oscar-winning roles of Gloria Wandrous in BUtterfield 8 (1960) and Martha in Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf (1966) opposite Richard Burton, she mesmerised us all. And let’s not forget the iconic 1963 epic Cleopatra.
TAYLOR was one of the last of the famous old Hollywood stars and she’ll be greatly missed.
Here’s an article remembering her greatness…