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The 10 Best Audrey Hepburn Movies, Ranked — Plus Where to Stream Them

Find out if your favorites made the list, and where they ranked.


EGOT (Emmy, Oscar, Grammy, and Tony) winner Audrey Hepburn remains one of the most well-known actresses in Hollywood. She is recognized for her Transatlantic accent, effortless grace, incredible talent and bringing characters like Holly Golightly and Natasha Rostova to life. She also tackled other roles throughout her time on the silver screen, though, and we have rounded up the ten best Audrey Hepburn movies here.

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10. Paris When It Sizzles (1964) 

In this classic romance movie, screenwriter Richard Benson (William Holden) hires an assistant named Gabrielle Simpson (Hepburn), who helps him complete his already sold script by acting out all the possible scenarios while in Paris. But will all the pretending lead to something real? Only time will tell. 

You can watch this movie on Amazon Prime Video

9. Sabrina (1954): Audrey Hepburn movies

Ten years earlier Hepburn first teamed up with William Holden in this must-see movie. When Sabrina (Hepburn) returns home from Paris, she immediately catches the attention of David (Holden), the rich playboy son of her father’s employers, but their romance is soon threatened by David’s older brother, Limnus. What follows is a battle of hearts, minds and wills. 

You can watch this movie on Pluto TV. 

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8. The Unforgiven (1960)

Hepburn travels back in time in this 1960 Western film, which is actually based on a book that was released three years prior. Set in Texas after the Civil War, the scenario follows the Zachary family after a stranger turns up and convinces everyone there that their daughter, Rachel (Hepburn), was kidnapped from a Kiowa Native American tribe. Now, the Zachary family must defend their daughter from both their neighbors and the Kiowa people. 

You can watch this film on Tubi

7. Charade (1963): Audrey Hepburn movies 

Set in Paris, Hepburn teams up with Cary Grant in this adventurous and romantic film. After returning home from a ski trip in the French Alps, Regina (Hepburn) finds her rich husband dead, leaving her with no choice but to trust Peter (Grant), the man she fell in love with while skiing, to try and help keep her share of his money away from her late husband’s World War II cronies. The only problem? Peter might be the biggest liar of them all. 

You can watch this film on Tubi. 

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6. War and Peace (1956) 

Based on the beloved book, Hepburn brings to life Natasha Rostova, the eventual love interest of the recently widowed Prince Andrei Bolkonsky (Mel Ferrer), but he soon heads off to war to keep Neoploan from invading Russia. Hepburn truly shined in this role and earned a Golden Globe nomination for her work. 

You can watch this film on Pluto TV. 

5. How to Steal a Million (1966): Audrey Hepburn movies 

Hepburn stole a million hearts in this movie about a girl named Nicole Bonnet. After learning about a deal gone bad, Nicole hires burglar Simon Dermott (Peter O’Toole) to steal a knock-off sculpture from a Paris museum that her con artist dad accidentally sold to them. But as Nicole and Simon grow closer, more shocking secrets begin to reveal themselves, as well as surprising feelings. 

You can watch this film on Amazon Prime Video. 

4. Funny Face (1957) 

In this Oscar-nominated musical, a New York City-based fashion photographer Dick Avery (Fred Astaire), ends up on an impromptu photoshoot with a shy bookstore employee named Jo Stockton (Hepburn). After seeing how much modeling potential she has, Dick convinces Jo to come to Paris with him as his model. But, it should be noted, the pictures aren’t the most beautiful things to come out of the trip. Love is. 

You can watch this film on Amazon Prime Video

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3. My Fair Lady (1964): Audrey Hepburn movies

Set in London in 1910, stuck-up and shallow phonetics professor Henry Higgins (Rex Harrison) becomes overly confident in his abilities to teach a working-class girl how to become a member of a high society. He ends up choosing a flower girl named Eliza Doolittle (Hepburn), whom Henry begins to care for. That is until a suitor, Freddy Eynsford-Hill (Jeremy Brett), shows up and threatens to take Eliza away.

You can watch this film on Amazon Prime Video.  

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2. Roman Holiday (1953) 

Roman Holiday served as Hepburn’s breakout role. In the film, she plays a burned-out European princess named Ann, who sneaks out of a castle in Rome and ends up in the arms of American reporter Joe Bradley (Gregory Peck). Soon, the two set off on an adventure across the city, but what Ann doesn’t know is that Joe is using her for a story. Hepburn won her first Oscar for this film. 

You can watch this film on Amazon Prime Video. 

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1. Breakfast at Tiffany’s (1961): Audrey Hepburn movies 

Coming in at number one is none other than the classic film Breakfast at Tiffany’s, which is based on Truman Capote’s 1958 novel. When writer Paul Varjack (George Peppard) meets the eccentric escort Holly Golightly (Hepburn) in his building, he is instantly infatuated with both her and her lavish lifestyle. It is too bad that Paul is a penniless man and all Holly wants is to marry someone rich, but their connection might prove strong enough to outweigh all of that. Buddy Ebsen, Mickey Rooney and Patricia Neal also appear. 

You can watch this film on Sling.  

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