The famous British-American actress, Elizabeth Taylor, was born in London but moved with her family to California not long before World War II started. As a little girl, she was already such striking beauty that her mother told her repeatedly that she ought to be a movie star. She had a genetic mutation that resulted in two rows of eyebrows, giving a unique look to her eyes. She was a child star who then turned into one of Hollywood’s most famous actresses. She ended up starring in numerous movies, advocating for Jewish causes, and promoting AIDS awareness.
She was one of the best-known actresses to grace the silver screen back in the ’80s and 90s. Michelle Pfeiffer was not only gorgeous, but she was also a great actress. She might have been typecast as the beautiful girl, but when she snagged a supporting part in Scarface, she managed to break the mold by the late ’70s. It was this position that gave way to other opportunities in the sector. A Daily Telegraph contributor said she has “the kind of beauty you find yourself involuntarily taking a moment to marvel at mid-conversation.”