Katharine Hepburn, born in Connecticut in 1907 became intrigued with acting from a very early age and that passion was carried out thought her long life of 96 years old. Katharine Hepburn's career as a leading lady crossed seven decades. Over 50 movies and twelve Oscar nominations along with four gold statuettes were Hepburn's phenomenal acting record. Her screen companions such as Cary Grant, Spencer Tracy and director George Cukor were instrumental in Hepburn's long life.
Hepburn's story moves forward with discussions of her observations on life. She reveals stories of her eccentric family.
This report prepared by Susan D. Minkalis