Celebrity Headshot Photos
March 2, 2013
Celebrity Headshot Photos of Katharine Hepburn, Audrey Hepburn, Merryl Streep and Jennifer Lawrence to understand and analyze the presence, the spirit inside portraits taken prior to becoming celebrities.
If you are an aspiring male or female actor wanting to be recognized for your talent, the headshot photo is crucial for your success. Aspire having a celebrity headshot, rather than a boring 8X10 for casting. Be bold and show your energy, soul, personality. Just like the following images of Katharine Hepburn taken in 1928 or Audrey Hepburn photographed in the early 50’s, Merryl Streep in the 70’s and Jennifer Lawrence our latest celebrity with the brightest future of all female performers alive, today.
Would you have hired Katharine in 1928, prior to becoming a 12 times Oscar nominee for best actress.
Katharine Hepburn celebrity headshot photo 1928.
What about Audrey Hepburn? Stunning eyes that yearns one to look at, forever. Who wouldn’t hire the performer inside this celebrity headshot photo?
Audrey Hepburn celebrity headshot photo taken in her early years, prior to becoming the unforgettable Audrey Hepburn.
Meryl Streep’s celebrity headshot photo taken by Jack Mitchell in 1976, prior to becoming the record holder for the most academy awards earned and nominated dating back to 1978 all the way to last year’s Oscar win for ” The Iron Lady”, but I will never forget her in Sophie’s Choice.
Jennifer Lawrence before her Oscar winning performance with Silver Lining Playbook.
I am headshots photographer specializing in capturing business executives and aspiring actors and that is my specialty. However, I am also a great admirer of movies and have been able to predict talent. Prior to seeing the Oscars on television last Sunday, my wife and I saw Silver Linings Playbook and became a fan of Jennifer Lawrence. In my estimate she is the future and will be another great like Katharine, Audrey and Merryl.
Hope that viewing the celebrity portrait photos of these outstanding individuals helps you determine how you want your headshot image for casting.