Grace Kelly as "Margot Mary Wendice" in Alfred Hitchcock's DIAL M FOR MURDER (1954) Grace Kelly was born November 12, 1929, in Philadelphia. She began acting at age 10 and continued to attend the Raven Hall Academy and the Stevens School. She moved to New York to take up modeling and classes at the American Academy of Dramatic Arts. She appeared in many New York City theatrical productions and well over forty episodes of live television drama. After the release of 1953's Mogambo, Kelly won a Golden Globe Award and was nominated for an Academy Award. She later won over the academy with her performance in The Country Girl. She starred in three films by Alfred Hitchcock. After marrying Rainier III, Prince of Monaco, the actress retired at age 26 to enter her duties as a royal. She passed away tragically in 1982 in a car accident.
Grace Kelly is featured in Edition: A Tribute to Women in Film