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Grace Kelly

Mostly Credited As: Grace Kelly
Sometimes Credited As: Princess Grace
Princess Grace of Monaco
Fürstin Gracia Patricia
Princess Grace Kelly
Fürstin Gracia Patriciá von Monaco

Birth Name: Grace Patricia Kelly
Date Of Birth: November 12, 1929 (Age 52)
Country Of Birth: USA
Birth Place: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Date Of Death: September 14, 1982
Cause Of Death: Car accident in Monacoville, Monaco (in Monacovil
Height: 5' 7" (1.7 m)

Grace Kelly

TV Appearances

Episode Cast Credits 

The Academy Awards (1953) 
  The 40th Annual Academy Awards 16x01: (Apr/10/1968) As Herself (Reviewing Academy's third decade), [Featuring]
  The 28th Annual Academy Awards 04x01: (Mar/21/1956) As Presenter, [Featuring]
  The 27th Annual Academy Awards 03x01: (Mar/30/1955) As Winner: Best Actress (for 'The Country Girl') 

The Ed Sullivan Show (1948) 
  Esther Williams, William Bendix, Carol Burnett, Grace Kelly, Harold Lloyd 11x41: (Jul/06/1958) As Herself 
  Grace Kelly, Ed Gardner 09x30: (Apr/15/1956) As Herself 
  Grace Kelly; James Michener; Guy Mitchell; Forrest Tucker; Jose Greco 08x18: (Jan/09/1955) As Herself 
  Grace Kelly & Ralph Meeker; John Forsythe; David Wayne 07x06: (Oct/18/1953) As Herself 

The Golden Globes (1944) 
  The 12th Annual Golden Globe Awards 12x01: (Feb/24/1955) As Winner: Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture – Drama (for 'The Country Girl') 
  The 11th Annual Golden Globe Awards 11x01: (Jan/22/1954) As Winner: Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role in a Motion Picture (for 'Mogambo') 

Kraft Television Theatre (1947) (1947) 
  The Thankful Heart 07x19: (Jan/06/1954) As guest star 
  The Small Hours 05x49: (Aug/27/1952) As guest star 
  The Cricket on the Hearth 05x40: (Jun/11/1952) As guest star 
  Old Lady Robbins 02x08: (Nov/03/1948) As guest star 

The Philco Television Playhouse (1948) 
  The Way of the Eagle 05x21: (Jun/07/1953) As guest star 
  Rich Boy 04x09: (Feb/10/1952) As Paula 
  Leaf Out of a Book 03x17: (Dec/31/1950) As guest star 
  Ann Rutledge 02x24: (Feb/12/1950) As Ann Rutledge 

The Lux Video Theatre (1950) 
  The Betrayers 03x36: (May/14/1953) As Meg 
  A Message for Janice 03x05: (Sep/29/1952) As Janice 
  Life, Liberty and Orrin Dudley 02x26: (Feb/18/1952) As Beth 

Hallmark Hall Of Fame (1951) 
  The Blue and White Lamp 02x09: (Nov/16/1952) As guest star 
  The Big Build-Up 01x04: (Jan/20/1952) As Claire 

Studio One (1948) 
  The Kill 05x01: (Sep/22/1952) As guest star 
  The Rockingham Tea Set 02x20: (Jan/23/1950) As guest star 

Suspense (US) (1949) 
  Fifty Beautiful Girls 04x43: (Jul/01/1952) As guest star 

Robert Montgomery Presents Your Lucky Strike Theatre (1950) 
  Candles for Theresa 03x30: (Jun/02/1952) As Therese 

Lights Out (1949) 
  The Borgia Lamp 04x30: (Mar/17/1952) As guest star 
  The Devil to Pay (restaged) 02x45: (Jul/17/1950) As guest star 
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She was the first actress to appear on a postage stamp

She's also mentioned in Billy Joel's history themed song "We Didn't Start the Fire" ("Princess Grace").

Is mentioned in the Elton John song "Wrap Her Up".

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