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Other Works

  • Stage: "Gigi"
  • (1954) Ondine. Romance. Written by Jean Giraudoux, as adapted by Maurice Valency. Settings by Peter Larkin. Costumes by Richard Whorf. Lighting by Jean Rosenthal. Directed by Alfred Lunt. 46th Street Theatre: 18 Feb 1954- 3 Jul 1954 (157 performances). Cast: Mel Ferrer (as "Ritter Hans"), Audrey Hepburn, John Alexander (as "Auguste"), Peter Brandon (as "Bertram"), Lloyd Gough (as "Forst Fisherman/Superintentent of the Theatre"), Alan Hewitt (as "Lord Chamberlain"), Gaye Jordan (as "Angelique"), Edith King (as "Eugenie"), James Lamphier (as "Trainer of Seals/A Servant"), William LeMassena (as "A Lord/Second Judge"), Anne Meacham (as "Violante"), Robert Middleton, Barry OHara (as "Matho"), Lily Paget (as "Salammbo"), William Podmore (as "The King"), Dran Hamilton [credited as Dran Seitz] (as "One of The Ondines"), Tani Guthrie [credited as Tani Seitz] (as "One of The Ondines"), Marian Seldes (as "Bertha"), Jan Sherwood (as "Venus"), Sonia Torgeson (as "One of The Ondines"). Produced by The Playwrights' Company (Maxwell Anderson, S.N. Behrman, Elmer Rice, Robert E. Sherwood, Sidney Howard), by arrangement with Schuyler Watts. Note: Mr. Whorf won Tony Award as Best Costume Designer.
  • (1990) Organized "Concerts for Life" benefit performances in support of UNICEF, featuring Audrey reading from the diaries of Anne Frank.
  • (1990) Recorded several tapes/CDs of fairy tales for Dove Audio.
  • (1971) TV commercial for Varie wigs, Japan.
  • LP soundtrack, "Funny Face", includes several vocals by her. Later re-issued on CD.
  • (1957) Single "How Long Has This Been Going On?" on "How to be Lovely" (Verve Records). From the soundtrack to Funny Face (1957).
  • (1993) Her vocal of "Moon River" in Breakfast at Tiffany's (1961) was released for the first time on CD: "Music From the Films of Audrey Hepburn".
  • (1948 - 1949) Stage: "High Button Shoes" (Hippodrome, London).
  • (1950) Stage: "Sauce Piquante" (Cambridge Theatre, London). Co-starred with Norman Wisdom and Bob Monkhouse.
  • (1949) Stage: "Sauce Tartare" (Cambridge Theatre, London).
  • Hepburn said she made a number of appearances on British TV c. 1950-51. Unfortunately no films or recordings of these performances survive.
  • (1950 - 1952) Appeared in UK and European print ads for various products.
  • Images of her as Holly Golightly from Breakfast at Tiffany's (1961) are often used in print ads for Tiffany's and Co.
  • (1954) Hosted a short promoting her play "Ondine."
  • (1960s) Print ad for Givenchy perfume.
  • According to some biographies, she made at least one appearance on American TV in either 1952 or 1953, before reaching stardom with Roman Holiday (1953). It's possible this might have been an "import" of one of her British TV appearances.
  • Her 1957 TV production, "Mayerling" (3rd season episode of the TV-series Producers' Showcase (1954)), was released theatrically in Europe.
  • (2002) Posters and print ads for Givenchy perfume.
  • (2002) A CGI recreation of Audrey (possibly utilizing old footage) was used for a Japanese drink commercial.
  • (2006) TV commercial using her dance sequence from Funny Face (1957) for The Gap (archive footage).
  • (October 21, 1991) TNT Extra with Larry King interviewing Audrey.
  • (December 24, 1990) Guested on a rerun appearance on "Sally Jessy Raphael".
  • (February 2014) TV commercial using a combination of archive footage, CGI, and an Audrey Hepburn impersonator for Dove Chocolate Bars (archive footage and archive sound).
  • (November 6, 1952) She played the title role in Anita Loos' adaptation of Colette's novel, "Gigi," at the Harris Theater in Chicago, Illinois with Josephine Brown (Madame Alvarez); Doris Patston (Andree); Michael Evans (Gaston Lachaille); Ronald Telfer (Victor); Margaret Bannerman (Alicia De St. Ephiam) and Bertha Belmore (Sidonie) in the cast. Gilbert Miller was producer. Raymond Sovey was scenic designer.

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