Born in Philadelphia in 1929, Grace Kelly became a popular actress in the 1950s starring in movies such as Dial M for Murder , To Catch a Thief and The Swan . She gained even greater fame after having starred in the film The Country Girl, for which she won an Academy Award for Best Actress. She married Prince Rainier III of Monaco, with whom she had three children. She died after having been in a car accident on September 14, 1982. She had a good childhood and she had a rich family. After high school, Kelly decided to pursue an acting career in New York City despite her parents' objections because the thought that being an actress wasn't a good job, but quickly she started her upraising in the world of cinema. Then, she married Prince Rainier and had 3 children but she had a tragic accident that caused her death.