Viola Davis is one amazing actress. She has won an Academy Award, an Emmy, and 2 Tony awards, making her the first African American thespian to do so. Time magazine named her in the top 100 most influential people in both 2012 and 2017. Aside from acting, she is also an advocate for equal rights for women, specifically women of colour, and works diligently to end American hunger.
Women's History Month: Hollywood's Most Iconic Women
Elizabeth Taylor was one of the most famous actresses during Hollywood's classic era. She played the lead in the historical epic film Cleopatra, which was the most expensive film up to that point. She was included in the American Film Institute as the top 10 greatest female screen legends. After her acting career, she also was the first celebrity to create her own fragrance line, and founded a jewelry line, House of Taylor.