While beauty is a little subjective, every gentleman knows a showstopper when he notices one. The silver screen has gained us some of the most stunning women in the world. While it was a daunting job to pick a handful out of an extremely decent bunch, we’ve turned up some of the most gorgeous women in the last 100 years.
We bring you a list of the Most Beautiful Women of all time.
Penelope Cruz is an incredible woman. She is the absolute image of classical perfection, and she has everything to do with her, from her body to the way she speaks. She’s been on the scene for years as an incredible actress, and she keeps us in awe of her every time we look at her.
The emblematic Italian actress would always be linked with her big lips and cat-like eyes. She made her debut famous while she was only 14 years old when she entered the beauty pageant and show – and the rest is history. Although she was not globally known for her acting skills until the 1960s, Loren went on to win some of the several prestigious awards, including a Grammy and five Golden Globes.
Talk about beauty with brains.
Hedy Lamarr was an Austrian-American actress during MGM’s Golden Age. She invented today’s WiFi, GPS, and Bluetooth communication systems. Lamarr developed it in the 1940s for use as a secret wartime communication system that could keep the enemy from interacting with the ship’s torpedoes.
Vivian Leigh was born in Darjeeling, India. The British actress was born the most glamorous of her time and one of the most talented and successful actors. She is well known for her appearance as Scarlet O’Hara in Goe with the Wind with 1,400 actors. Leigh’s life was vivid and upsetting like Scarlet was, full of dramatic ups and downs.
Cindy Crawford is perhaps one of the most famous and well-known faces in the country and has been gracing magazine and screen covers for almost 30 years. Crawford and her stunning looks never fail to impress with the natural beauty of nature and a true professional of heart.
No one can deny Natalie Portman’s draw with her gorgeous Elfin features and incredible actress skills. For the first time in a controversial film, she came into our lives, Leon, but you’ll never be able to take your hearts off her since then. Portman is undoubtedly among the most beautiful women in our modern world, and we’re reasonably confident she’ll be at the top of the list for years to come. She’s a promising director now too. Pray for her to cure cancer by 2035.
The playful actress Marilyn Monroe beat the fierce rivalry from her own peers and the current beauties to make her second place. No name is as instantly associated with female beauty like Marilyn Monroe, the 1950s film siren whose glamorous public life overshadowed and sometimes tragic private life. Despite portraying the ‘dumb blonde’ stereotype that her age requested, she was instrumental in creating her own star force off-camera. She formed her own film production business in 1954 because she was dissatisfied with major studios’ derisory contract.
Accepting the gold crown, though, and swooping first, it’s the classic Hollywood symbol and renowned beauty Audrey Hepburn. “I don’t understand why people see me as beautiful,” the British actress-considered to be one of the greatest film idols of all time-appeared to say her son, leading to the inevitable question: what chance is there for all of us?
2002 was Halle Berry’s Great Year when she had just won the Best Actress Oscar for Monster’s Ball and had immense prestige to slum it as a love icon in the stupid Swordfish and Die Another Day, which really made Swordfish look like Citizen Kane. Even so, came Catwoman and Cloud Atlas and a lot of other things, and now she’s actually well-considered to look more relaxed with short hair than any woman in the world.
According to a poll of the skincare brand Artistry by Amway, you voted Tinsel Town Beauty and ‘Lucy’ actress in 10th place. Over the years, many writers have made fools of themselves seeking to catch the essence of Scarlett Johansson’s grace in words, so we won’t. What we’re going to dare is that, besides the obvious, a lot of it has to do with her voice: husky, sardonic, and-you guess-beautiful when she sings. Too many already, huh? Yeah, we’re going to stop.
The first celebrated Australian beauty is known in Britain not to have ever had a part in the Neighbours, Miranda Kerr became a model at the age of 13 and never looked back, becoming one of the most creditable faces in the world for beauty brands, fashion designers and magazines looking to sell copies, including in 2013, us.
Just 23 of them, Gigi (and her sister Bella) has already been one of the industry’s most popular models. A glittering future of getting employed to offer even more excellent work awaits, and potentially a leap into acting at some point.
The Swedish actress Anita Ekberg will still be remembered as Sylvia Rank, the ‘dream lady’ of Fellini’s masterpiece La Dolce Vita. The iconic role did not have a hugely positive effect on her career. However, things became a little tad dull for her after La Dolce Vita as every producer or director in Italy, England and America wanted her to recreate the very same role,” she said of the time. “The film star from America who came over to Italy.”
It took 24 tries, but with Spectre, the highest-grossing franchise globally, a ‘Bond girl eventually appeared, persuaded as to something other than a femme fatale. Not that playing Madeleine Swann is, in fact, a career highlight for Léa Hélène Seydoux-Fornier de Clausonne, that should actually be her turn in the coming-of-age romantic drama, Blue Is The Warmest Colour.
Angelina Jolie has never really been scared to try demanding roles, both on film and in her private life star, a mother of six, and a special ambassador to the United Nations. Yeah, the red carpet, too. Jolie doesn’t shy away from new looks: take her buzz cut, for instance, or her blonde bob. The star has recently adopted her natural brunette lock and a more feminine aesthetic, but she’s always guessing. On her 44th birthday, revisit her most unique elegance of the years.
Honorary mention – Cleopatra
The belief that Cleopatra VII (69-30 BCE), the famous last queen of ancient Egypt, owes her dominant status to her appearance continues. Cleopatra owes her healthy place at this critical juncture in history to her brute strength alone. This notion pervades our modern perception – in serious scholarships, Asterix comics, and Hollywood film. Historians do not typically discuss topics of personal appearance, except to paint a picture of a biographical figure, but not to answer questions about the historical importance of an individual’s political influence.