We are sure people will never agree on who the most gorgeous woman in history is. Let us not forget that this was the same question that allegedly started the Trojan! However, there are a number of ladies who we bet you also find stunning. Here are our picks – we’ll let you pick out your own answer!
1. Charlize Theron
Actress Charlize Theron grew up on a South African farm. She did not have the easiest childhood, especially because her father was an who ended up loss at the hands of her mother in the name of self-defense. She was originally a ballet dancer, although she had to quit the art when she got wound. It was only a matter of time before modeling scouts started to recruit her, although she became truly famous when she went into acting. She won an Academy Award for Best Actress as well.
2. Scarlett Johansson
Scarlett Johansson is not only an actress and model, but she is a singer as well. She has appeared in numerous films like Lost in Translation, Match Point, and Girl with a Pearl Earring. She has four Golden Globe nominations – we are sure she will win one any time now!
3. Megan Fox
In 2001, Megan Fox broke into the acting industry and took on small film and TV roles. She has worked on Hope & Faith and Confessions of a Teenage Drama Queen, although what truly made her famous was her role in Transformers
4. Kate Upton
Kate Upton was hailed “Rookie of the Year” after she posed for the swimsuit edition of Sports Illustrated in 2011. She also worked on the 2012 and 2013 editions of the magazine. Aside from that, she was also featured in the centennial anniversary Vanity Fair edition.
5. Halle Berry
There are lots of aspiring African-American actresses who look up to Halle Berry because of how far she has come. She has an Academy Award to her name and has worked on projects like Monster Ball, Swordfish, Another Day, and Gothika in the past.
6. Adriana Lima
We are sure you expected to find Adriana Lima on this list at one point or another. The Brazilian supermodel has been a Victoria’s Secret Angel for nearly two decades now. She was also a Maybelline cosmetics spokesperson for a number of years. She has a current net worth of $85 million.
7. Gal Gadot
Gal Gadot is an Israeli model and actress who used to work as a combat instructor in the military. She was also a beauty queen in the past. However, she was launched into global stardom when she played Wonder Woman.
8. Nicole Scherzinger
The talented Nicole Scherzinger has worked with groups Days of the New, Eden’s Crush, and The Pussycat Dolls over the years. This dancer, actress, and TV figure has also worked on The X Factor USA.
Rihanna comes from the Caribbean and made a name for herself as an incredibly successful performer. She has dabbled in various musical styles and industries over the years. We cannot wait to see what she does next!
10. Lisa Whelchel
How is it possible that Lisa Whelchel still looks this good? The actress made a name for herself when she starred in The Facts of Life and The Mickey Mouse Club.
She is now a motivational speaker.
Ann-Margret Olsson is a Swedish-American star who became very famous during the ‘60s and ‘70s. The versatile performer earned her big break when she worked as a recording artist in Bye Bye birdie. She is also known for her work in Who’s Tommy, Law and Order: SVU, and Ray Donovan. It has been half a century since she became famous, although there is no lack of love for this celebrity!
12. Vivien Leigh
There are many people on the list who are like Vivien Leigh in the sense that her beauty has made certain things hard for her.
In fact, one director she worked with said that she is a “consummate actress, hampered by beauty.” She made a name for herself with her stellar performances in Gone with the Wind and A Streetcar Named Desire. She depart in 1967.
13. Ava Gardner
Ava Gardner had a southern accent so thick that MGM found her to be incomprehensible! Nonetheless, she worked hard, and they signed her. She worked for five years before she made her breakthrough with marked the start of her popularity. She enjoyed fifty years in the biz, although she suffered a number of health issues over the years. In 1990, the actress depart of pneumonia.
14. Hedy Lamarr
We bet you will agree with us when we say that Hedy Lamarr is a fascinating woman! She was the first woman who depicted for the camera, but that is not all.
During the Second WW, she also worked on a technique known as “frequency hopping”, which is useful when it comes to radio signal jamming and controlling torpedos. She patented it, and it is now used by the military.
15. Sharon Tate
Sharon Tate has a truly tragic story, doesn’t she? We are sure that people will never forget to associate her with the Manson family. When she was younger, she already got lots of attention for her beauty. She eventually made it big on the big screen, primarily in dramas and comedies. She later got married to Roman Polanski, whose child she had been carrying when she depart.
16. Ingrid Bergman
Ingrid Bergman was best known for playing the female lead in Casablanca. In reality, she had already been enjoying a successful career in the Swedish and German film industry before then. She became so famous on an international level that a biographer said the actress is “arguably the most international star in the history of entertainment.” Meanwhile, Anatole Litvak said, “Through all her troubles she held to the conviction that she had been true to herself and it made her quite a person.”
17. Sophie Marceau
Sophie Marceau is an actress who became famous even though she was only a teenager. She got her big in La Boum, which led to her work in numerous European films and eventually to work in Braveheart. She also starred in The World is Not Enough, a Bond film. Who would have thought she did not understand her appeal? She once lamented, “I’ve never really been beautiful.I’m photogenic…”
18. Isabella Rossellini
Isabella Rossellini is the daughter of Ingrid Bergman and Roberto Rossellini, so it’s no wonder she made it to our list. She was a model and an actress. For 14 years, she served as a spokesmodel for Lancome. When it comes to acting, she is most famous for starring in Blue Velvet by David Lynch.
19. Nicola Cavanis
German-born Nicola Cavanis is a stunning model that has a large career ahead of her. Cavanis is only 21-years old and already has over 700,000 followers on Instagram.
The stunning model has been modeling since 2012 and now posts an array of photos on her Instagram of both a professional and personal level.
20. Christina Applegate
Christina Applegate played Kelly Bundy on the hilarious sitcom Married… with Children. She went on to create a great career for herself in both the big and the small screens. We are glad for her!
21. Brigitte Bardot
Did you know that Brigitte Bardot had been a dancer before she became an actress? She starred in Robert Vadim’s controversial film Ang God Create Women, which made her even more famous.
One American critic called her “undeniably a creation of superlative craftsmanship.”
22. Barbara Eden
There is a good chance that you recognize Barbara Eden because she played the lead role in I Dream of Jeannie. Apparently, the creators had been hoping to get a brunette actress for the part, although they ended up casting the actress because she was able to charm them so much!
23. Elizabeth Hurley
Elizabeth Hurley first became famous when she began a relationship with Hugh Grant.
She attended the premiere of his film Four Weddings and a in a Versace number with gold safety pins. In no time at all, she became a spokesmodel for Estee Lauder and went into acting as well.
24. Anita Ekberg
Actress Anita Ekberg is best known for working on many European and American projects in the past. She was primarily based in Italy and made a name for herself when she starred in La Dolce Vita. She had been beautiful from the very beginning, so it makes sense that she worked as a model as well. In 1951, she even competed in Miss Universe although she did not speak English well.
25. Lauren Bacall
It seems like Lauren Bacall had it all! She was a talented actress with a lovely voice and a appearance. As a matter of fact, she even received an Academy Honorary Award, which was “in recognition of her central place in the Golden Age of motion pictures.” With her “cat-like grace, tawny blonde hair, and blue-green eyes”, it makes sense that she also made waves on the catwalk.