Hepburn also holds the record for the longest time span between first and last Oscar nominations, at 48 years.
Hepburn famously shunned the Hollywood publicity machine and she refused to conform to society's expectations of women.
Hepburn's next feature, 1937 , paired her with in a role that mirrored her own life—that of a wealthy society girl trying to make it as an actress.
She received an Emmy nomination for 1986's , then two years later returned for the comedy , which allowed her to act with her grandniece,.
Her career slowed as a result, and she worked less for the remainder of the decade than she had done in the 1930s—notably by not appearing on-stage again until 1950.
It went on to be a small success.