Child Star – Actor – Broadway Star – Wife – Mother – Sex Symbol – Business Mogul – Humanitarian
I've only slept with men I've been married to. How many women can make that claim?” –Elizabeth Taylor.
Starting off her career as a child start who successfully transitioned into adult roles one of the most popular stars of 1950’s classical Hollywood cinema with numerous credits to her name. There is plenty that can be said about this Hollywood royalty and fashion icon. But what makes her a true “Femme Fetale” are all of her humanitarian efforts off screen in addition to her work in the advancement of women in the industry, AIDS research, and Jewish/Zionist causes (post conversion). Aside from her many husbands and jewel’s, she was a pioneer in women’s liberation, taking control over her love life and being un-apologetic in her personal life which was fodder for the new and emerging paparazzi culture. Some Highlights and accomplishments of Femme Dame Elizabeth Taylor:
- The first actress to be paid $1 million for a role The first female Fox granted film's profits (10%)
- Received the Cecil B. DeMille Award in 1985
- Co-founded the American Foundation for AIDS Research in (amfAR) 1985 -
- Founded the Elizabeth Taylor AIDS Foundation (ETAF) which her trust contributing 25% of its royalties to it.
- Testified before the US Congress on behalf of Ryan White Care Act in 1986, 1990, and 1992.
- Got President Reagan to acknowledge the disease in a speech in 1987
- The first celebrity to create her own collection of fragrances which continue to gross over a 20 million USD annually.
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