Audrey Hepburn Net Worth (2022 Update)

An icon of the Golden Age of Capitalism and one of the best film actresses ever to grace the silver screen.

Here’s a closer look Audrey Hepburn’s net worth and how she made it.

Audrey Hepburns Net Worth 2022

But How Did He Make Her Money?

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See, more millionaires are created during recessions than any other part of the economic cycle. Which is cool, except the last real recession was 2008, when real estate prices were in the tank and you could buy a whole neighborhood with $100,000.

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You invest a little money (maybe around $100) to either purchase or build a piece of “land” on the internet. You specifically place this “land” in a high-traffic area, where lots of people pass through (just like traditional real estate, it’s all about Location, Location, Location).

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The business owner pays you $500 to $2,000 a month to “rent” your Digital Real Estate, because it helps them connect with their ideal customers. Think of it like buying a strip mall, or an office space, just on the internet, for WAAAAYYY less money and headache.

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But for now, let’s dig in a little more about Audrey Hepburn net worth…

Net Worth:

$50 million ($100 million adjusted for inflation)


63 years old (1929–1993)


May 4, 1929

Country of Origin:

Ixelles, Belgium

Source of Wealth


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Audrey Hepburn, born on May 4, 1929 in Brussels, Belgium—died January 20, 1993, Tolochenaz, Switzerland), Belgian-born British actress known for her radiant beauty and style, her ability to project an air of sophistication tempered by a charming innocence, and her tireless efforts to aid children in need.

early Life

Audrey Hepburn, born Audrey Kathleen Ruston was born on May 4, 1929, in Ixelles, Brussels, Belgium, and became one of the most celebrated actresses of the 20th century. Her parents were the Dutch baroness Ella Van Heemstra and Joseph Victor Anthony Ruston.

Her mother was a Dutch noblewoman named Baroness Ella van Heemstra. Her father, Joseph, was a British citizen who was born in Austria-Hungary. Hepburn grew up in safety and privilege because of her parents’ backgrounds and because they traveled a lot. She learned to speak Dutch, English, French, and Italian fluently.

But when Hepburn was six years old, her father left the family and moved to London, where he joined Fascist efforts before World War II. After living on a family estate in Arnhem, Netherlands, for a while, Hepburn was sent to Kent, England in 1937 to go to school. The following year, her parents got a divorce.

Hepburn was relocated to Arnhem during the onset of World War II, where she attended the Arnhem Conservatory from 1939 and 1945. During the German invasion of the Netherlands, Hepburn’s uncle Otto van Limburg Stirum was killed and her half-brother Ian was transported to a work camp in Berlin.

Hepburn helped at a hospital and danced to collect money for the Dutch resistance when the family moved from Arnhem to Velp to live with his grandpa. Hepburn experienced respiratory issues, anemia, and malnutrition-related edema as a result of the Dutch famine of 1944.

Her mother was afraid that Audrey’s real name might disclose her British ancestry, so she temporarily changed her name to Edda Van Heemstra at this period. She continued her ballet training in Amsterdam and London after the war. She began her career as a model and dancer in her early twenties, and then studied acting. As Audrey Hepburn, she started to appear in a few tiny parts in films, which she was credited with.

On the American Film Institute’s list of the greatest female film legends in American history, she was rated third in the “most naturally beautiful” category. She was inducted into the International Best Dressed List Hall of Fame as a fashion and cinema legend.

She is known for her roles in Charade, My Fair Lady, Wait Until Dark, Breakfast at Tiffany’s, The Nun’s Story, and Sabrina, all of which were big hits.

Hepburn started experiencing stomach discomfort in 1992, soon after her return to Switzerland from Somalia. A laparoscopy done in the United States showed a long-standing malignancy. Her last days were spent in hospice care in Switzerland after she had surgery and began chemotherapy, then she returned to her native country.

On January 20, 1993, at the age of 63, while she was in bed in 1993, Hepburn died. She passed away from appendiceal cancer. Robert Wolders was her long-term boyfriend from the early 1980s till the time of her death. She had previously been married to Mel Ferrer and Andrea Dotti.


As soon as World War II ended, Audrey Hepburn and her family relocated to Amsterdam, where Hepburn studied ballet with world-renowned dancer Sonia Gaskell. Hepburn made her feature film debut in 1948 with “Dutch in Seven Lessons,” an instructional documentary. A ballet scholarship to Ballet Rambert followed in her sophomore year, and she was able to make ends meet by working part-time as a model while in London. Because she was informed she couldn’t be a prima ballerina because of her small size and the consequences of her wartime malnutrition, she decided to pursue a career in acting instead.

Hepburn made her West End debut in the chorus of “High Button Shoes” and “Sauce Tartare” in the late 1940s. One Wild Oat, Young Wives’ Tale and The Lavender Hill Mob were among the films she appeared in in 1951. The next year, in “The Secret People,” Hepburn starred as a dancer and landed her first significant supporting part. Hepburn continued to appear on stage, starring in the Broadway drama “Gigi,” which ran for 219 performances and won Hepburn a Theatre World Award.

Roman Holiday, which she received an Oscar for as Best Actress in 1953, catapulted her to superstardom, as did Funny Face, Breakfast at Tiffany’s, and Charade, which she also appeared in, among many others.

To devote more time to her family, Hepburn essentially retired from performing after 1967. “Robin and Marian” (1976), “Bloodline” (1979), and “They All Laughed” (1981) were her last three films.

Actress Audrey Hepburn was a Goodwill Ambassador for UNICEF towards the end of her life and spent many hours there. She was involved with UNICEF as early as the 1950s, when she narrated two radio programs for the organization.

She was named a Goodwill Ambassador in 1989 and has since made several trips to underdeveloped regions of South America, Africa, and Asia. In 1992, she was awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom for her humanitarian efforts, and the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences presented her with the Jean Hersholt Humanitarian Award in memory of her legacy. A monument of Audrey Hepburn stands at the UNICEF headquarters in New York in honor of her work.

Moreover, Hepburn was honored with a posthumous Emmy Award in 1993 and a posthumous Grammy Award for the spoken word album “Audrey Hepburn’s Enchanted Tales.

Success Clues Of Audrey Hepburn

Be different

Whatever you do, be different. If you’re different, you will stand out.

Help yourself

“As you grow older you will discover that you have two hands. One for helping yourself, the other for helping others.”

Featured Hepburn's Best Quotes Quotes

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"Living is like tearing through a museum. Not until later do you really start absorbing what you saw, thinking about it, looking it up in a book, and remembering - because you can't take it all once."
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"The best thing to hold onto in life is each other."
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"You can tell more about a person by what he says about others than you can by what other say about him."


 Hepburn was widely regarded as one of the finest female film legends of Hollywood’s Golden Age. She is well known for her portrayal as Holly Golightly in Breakfast at Tiffany’s from 1961. Then there were a number of more box office successes throughout her career.

Hepburn’s Hollywood beauty, star power, and humanitarian activities have made her a household name across the world. On the American Film Institute’s Greatest Female Stars of All Time list in 1999, she ranked third. Audrey Hepburn Children’s Fund was formed by Hepburn’s son, Sean Hepburn Ferrer, while the UNICEF founded the Audrey Hepburn Society, in her memory.

Her contribution to the motion picture has been well recognized by the critics as well as the audience.

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