Wednesday morning, legendary actress Elizabeth Taylor died at 79, at Cedars-Sinai Hospital in Los Angeles of congestive heart failure. She had been hospitalized there since February due to her health problems she suffered lately.
Famous for her strangely beautiful violet eyes, and controversial personal life, the actress participated in numerous charity actions, many of them initiated by herself. She was founder of an AIDS foundation in which she invested both her time and money, and she had no interest in earn money from this.
She even won a special Academy Award for her charity work. Over the years, she was always in media and fans attention, not only for her talent and career, but for her personal charm that made everyone stick around. With her beauty, fragility but also her sexy attitude she thousands of fans, friends and admirers.
Elizabeth Taylor started her career early, she was one of the child stars, but her first significant role was as Priscilla in “Lassie come home.” Few years later she started to sign contracts for movies like “Who’s afraid of Virginia Woolf?” and “Butterfield 8”, in these she showed her true talent.
A true Hollywood legend and a REAL movie star! Rest in peace.
Also a movie that’s worth to mention it’s “Cleopatra”. This was significant not only for career, but also for film industry. She had Richard Burton as a movie partner whom she married later. Somehow, the violet-eyed actress was a star at age 12, a bride and soon divorcee at 18, a superstar at 19 and a widow at 26. During her life she had 8 marriages, with 7 men (she married Richard Burton twice) and four children: Michael Howard Wilding, Christopher Edward Wilding, Elizabeth Frances “Liza” Todd, and Maria Burton.
They were all at the hospital together with their mother, in the moment she passed away. “We know, quite simply, that the world is a better place for Mom having lived in it. Her legacy will never fade, her spirit will always be with us, and her love will live forever in our hearts.” said Michael, her son.
Also her life-time friend Elthon Jhon said: “We have just lost a Hollywood giant, but more importantly, we have lost an incredible human being.”