Thought to be one of the last great movie stars, Elizabeth Taylor has passed away from congestive heart failure early this morning at the age of 79. The beauty from Hampstead London, England started her career as a child actor in 1942, as a 10-year-old co-starring in There's One Born Every Minute. From there she won two Oscars for her performances in Butterfield 8 and Who's Afraid of Virginia Wolff? after three previous nominations, as well as another one for her humanitarian work.

She is survived by four children, ten grandchildren, and four great-grandchildren. Rest In peace, Cleopatra.

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