Today marks the 33rd anniversary of Grace Kelly's death

Grace Kelly - Mini Biography

The Philadelphia born Grace Kelly died on September 14, 1982.

Grace Kelly started her illustrious film career when she moved to New York City starring in a variety of productions during the Golden Age of Television. After shooting to stardom after in "Mogambo," Kelly went on to star in a slew of other well known films that allowed her to earn numerous awards, such as a Golden Globe for her work in "Mogambo," and "The Country Girl" and an Oscar for her work in "The Country Girl."

After retiring from acting at the early age of 26, Kelly started a brand new adventure as Princess of Monaco, after marrying Prince Rainier III. The two had three children and Kelly was clearly born for Princess status. Sadly, Princess Grace Kelly of Monaco died at the age of 53, a day after a stroke caused her to crash her car.

We decided create a small list of the films that helped Grace Kelly become the film star we all knew and loved.

1.) Rear Window (1954)

2.)Dial M for Murder (1954)

3.) High Society (1956)

4.) The Country Girl (1954)
5.) To Catch a Thief (1956)

6.) Mogambo (1953)

Let us know which Grace Kelly film is your favorite!

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Today marks the 33rd anniversary of Grace Kelly's death

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