Katharine Hepburn

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Katherine Houghton
"Kate" Hepburn

(American film star)

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Born May 12, 1907
Hartford, Connecticut
Died June 29, 2003 (aged 96)
Fenwick, Connecticut
Political Party Democrat
Spouse Ludlow Ogden Smith (married 1928-1934, divorced)

Lived from 1941 to 1967 with Spencer Bonaventure Tracy

Religion Atheist

Katharine Houghton Hepburn, sometimes known as Kate Hepburn (May 12, 1907 – June 29, 2003), was a four-time Oscar-winning actress. Home-schooled in Connecticut for much of her teen years, she later attended Bryn Mawr College, one of the "Seven Sisters" institutions located to the west of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, at which developed an interest in acting. She first appeared on radio and then in many film roles, including nine with co-star, Spencer Bonaventure Tracy (1900-1967), with whom she had a romantic relationship from 1941 until his death.[1]

Hepburn is also remembered for her co-starring roles with John Wayne in the 1975 film Rooster Cogburn and the 1981 picture about an aging couple, On Golden Pond, with Henry Fonda.

Views on God/religion

See also: Celebrity atheists

Katharine Hepburn was an atheist (see: Celebrity atheists).[2]


  1. IMDb, Biography for Katharine Hepburn
  2. Hepburn stated "I'm an atheist, and that's it. I believe there's nothing we can know except that we should be kind to each other and do what we can for people" in the October 1991 issue of Ladies' Home Journal[1]