From yesterday to today, these are the most beautiful women.

Every year, multiple sources vote for the world’s most beautiful woman. There are,  a few women whose beauty cannot be appreciated for a single year, but must be appreciated forever. Generally, each of these women has carved out a distinct reputation for herself, and they are all deserving of recognition for their achievements. The following is our list of the most beautiful women of all time.

1. Jaclyn Smith

 Jaclyn Smith(born October 26, 1945), best known for playing Kelly Garret in the original Charlie’s Angels. 

Jaclyn Smith

2. Barbara Eden

Barbara Eden, the title character in the 1960s sitcom I Dream of Jeanie, was many boys’ first crush.

3. Sharon Tate

Because of her exceptional acting abilities, Sharon Tate was regarded as a rising star. Unfortunately for the world, Sharon Tate is not best remembered for her roles on screen, but for her brutal and senseless murder in 1969.

4. Natalie Wood

 rose to prominence  at a young age as Susan Walker in the hit film Miracle on 34th Street  She also appeared in films such as Rebel Without a Cause and West Side Story. At the time of her untimely death, Wood was married to Robert Wagner.

Natalie Wood

5. Vivian Leigh 

Leigh is best known for her roles in the films Gone with the Wind and A Streetcar Named Desire. She was also a well-known stage actress, and her role on the stage was perhaps even more well-known at the time than her role on the screen.

6. Sophie Marceau 

French actress who first appeared in the film La Boum in 1980. After her debut, she stayed in Europe and featured in a number of more European films before moving to Hollywood.

7. Ava Gardner 

grew up in the state of South Carolina. At the start of her career, her accent was so strong that it was difficult for people to understand her West Coast accent. She was first hired by MGM Studios, where she worked as an actress for five years before landing her big break in the film The Killers. Unfortunately, Ava led a life of excess and bad habits, which led to her developing emphysema and having two strokes in the late 1980s that left her paralyzed.

8. Julie Gibson

born Gladys Camille Sorey, changed her name when she began working in the film industry. She is one of the last living Golden Era stars and the only person who has worked with the original Three Stooges.

9. Raquel Welch

American singer and actress. appeared in a number of films before landing her big break. When it finally arrived, the entire world would take notice of this rising star. Her big break came with the release of the film One Million Years B.C., which was notable for her fur bikini costume. 

10. Kim Novak

Her big break comes with the release of Alfred Hitchcock’s movie Vertigo. Columbia Pictures first hired Kim Novak to replace Rita Hayworth, another popular 1940s actress whose star was fading. The studio also hoped she would help them compete with 21st Century Fox’s Marilyn Monroe. She continued to act from the 1960s until her retirement from show business in the 1990s. She was later diagnosed with breast cancer, which thankfully went into remission and she is still alive today.

11. Audrey Hepburn

A list of the most beautiful women in history would be incomplete without mentioning the legend that is Audrey Hepburn. Hepburn’s big break came when she co-starred in the film Roman Holiday with Gregory Peck. Her celebrity would only grow from there. She has won a Golden Globe, an Academy Award, and a BAFTA. Unfortunately, Hepburn, like many early actresses, had a life of bad habits. Years of smoking and binge drinking finally caught up with her when she developed abdominal cancer, which eventually killed her.


12. Michelle Pfeiffer 

She began acting in the late 1970s, but she was mostly limited to small roles for which film producers “just wanted a pretty face.” Fortunately, she was able to buck the trend and begin working in more serious roles throughout the 1980s and 1990s. Scarface was the film that broke her out of this cycle.

13. Charlize Theron

Charlize Theron grew up in a difficult family. She grew up on a small farm in South Africa, where she lived with her parents until she was 15 years old. When Theron was 15, her father, a notorious alcoholic, threatened to murder his wife and daughter in a drunken rage. In self-defense, her mother killed him. Charlize wanted to be a ballet dancer after the incident, but the rigorous training caused her body numerous problems. She later switched to acting and hasn’t looked back since.

14. Ursula Andress

 Ursula Andress, who played the original Bond Girl alongside Sean Connery in the 1962 James Bond film Dr. No, is still one of the biggest names in film. Her voice was dubbed over for the film’s release. This was done to conceal her slightly heavy Swiss-German accent. Despite this, the role enabled her to quickly rise to the top ranks of the day’s actresses.

15. Marilyn Monroe

Marilyn Monroe, of course, is on this list. It would be unimaginable to compile a list of famous actresses without including the legend herself. Marilyn Monroe continues to have a huge impact on pop culture even more than 50 years after her death. She is one of the most well-known actresses of all time, and she even dated King George VI for a short time. Monroe, on the other hand, tragically died at the age of 36.


16. Hedy Lamarr

Hedy Lamarr rose to prominence for her, shall we say, risqué performances. She was the first actress to portray something we won’t go into here, but feel free to look it up if you’re interested. Her acting career, while impressive, pales in comparison to her other contributions to society.



17. Grace Kelly

Grace Kelly was only in Hollywood for only five years as an actor, but during that time she established herself as one of the best characters of the century. Later, she married Monaco’s Prince Ranier III. Grace was forced to give up her acting career.

18. Jacqueline Bisset

Her most famous role was in the 1977 film The Deep, in which she emerges from freezing water wearing nothing but a white t-shirt. 

Bisset got her start in Hollywood by playing tiny roles in major films. Her superb acting skills rapidly earned her a reputation, which led to her big break in the hit film Bullitt. Following that, she proceeded to play more prominent roles in other major films of the time.


19. Claudia Cardinale

Claudia Cardinale is an Italian-Tunisian actress who rose to prominence after winning the unusually specialized “Most Beautiful Italian Girl in Tunisia” competition. The ultimate prize of the tournament was a trip to Italy. Her career slowed but was unaffected by her linguistic difficulties in Italy. She was raised in Tunisia and was taught Sicilian rather than Italian. She also spoke with a strong French accent. This didn’t stop her from getting approached about modeling and acting opportunities. During her early career, her voice was frequently dubbed over to compensate for her linguistic deficiencies.

20. Brigitte Bardot

Brigitte Bardot began her career as a dancer at a young age before pursuing a career in film. In the 1950s, she began her career as an actor, and her big break came with the release of Robert Vadim’s film And God Created Women.

later, she went on to become an  animal rights activist.  However, Bardot’s life was not all sunshine and rainbows, as she was penalized five times for racial hatred.