Audrey Hepburn lived from 1929 to 1993, and in that time, she was the epitome of grace and the essence of beauty. Appearing in such classic films as My Fair Lady, Breakfast at Tiffany’s, Roman Holiday, Funny Face, and Sabrina, she easily and flawlessly made her mark in cinema history. After she retired from acting, no one thought they would see her again. But who better to get her back to acting than Steven Spielberg? He begged her and coaxed her to appear in his 1989 film, Always, which would ultimately turn out to be her last film (and one I am happy to have introduced Gill to).