Studio promotional photo, c. 1954
|Princess consort o Monaco|
|Tenure||Aprile 18, 1956 – September 14, 1982|
|Born||12 November 1929|
Hahnemann University Hospital, Philadelphia, Pennsylvanie, U.S.
|Dee'd||14 September 1982 (aged 52)|
Monaco Hospital, Monaco
|Buirial||St. Nicholas Cathedral|
|Spouse||Rainier III, Prince o Monaco (m. 1956–1982)|
|Issue||Caroline, Princess o Hanover|
Albert II, Prince o Monaco
Princess Stéphanie, Coontess o Polignac
|Hoose||Grimaldi (bi mairiage)|
|Faither||John B. Kelly|
|Mither||Margaret Katherine Majer|
Efter embaurkin on an actin career in 1950, whan she wis 20, Kelly appeared in New York Ceety theatrical productions an mair than 40 episodes o live drama productions braidcast during the early 1950s Gowden Age o Televeesion. In October 1953, she gained starndom frae her performance in director John Ford's film Mogambo starnin Clark Gable an Ava Gardner, that wan her a Gowden Globe Awaird an an Academy Awaird nomination in 1954. Subsequently, she haed leadin roles in five films, includin The Country Girl (1954) wi Bing Crosby, for that her deglamorised performance earned her an Academy Awaird for Best Actress. Ither films include High Noon (1952), wi Gary Cooper; High Society (1956), wi Bing Crosby an Frank Sinatra; an three Alfred Hitchcock films: Dial M for Murder (1954), wi Ray Milland; Rear Window (1954), wi James Stewart; To Catch a Thief (1955), wi Cary Grant.
Kelly reteert frae actin at the age o 26 tae mairy Rainier, an begoud her duties as Princess o Monaco. Thay had three childer: Caroline, Albert, an Stéphanie. Kelly retained her airtin tae America bi her dual U.S. an Monégasque ceetizenship. Princess Grace dee'd at Monaco Hospital on 14 September 1982, succumbin tae injures susteened in a traffeck collision the day afore. Efter her daith the French physeecians treatin her reportit that a CAT scan hawd revealed she haed suffered twa harn hemorrhages. The first occurred prior tae the crash, an is believed tae hae been the incitin incident that led tae the crash. The seicont, she suffered while in hospital, is believed tae hae been the result o pheesical trauma sustained in the crash. At the time o her daith, she wis 52 years auld.
- "1954 Academy Awards: Winners and History". AMC Filmsite.
- Buchwald, Art (April 17, 1956). "Grace Kelly Can Retain American Citizenship: Status of Pat Poodle Oliver Not So Clear; His Marriage Could Start Monaco Squabble". Los Angeles Times.
- Robinson, Jeffery (Oct 23, 1989). "Princess Grace`s Fatal Crash: Her Daughter`s Account". Chicago Tribune.
- Profile Archived 2011-07-07 at the Wayback Machine