1: Audrey Hepburn turned down the role of Anne Frank in the film adaptation of "The Diary of Anne Frank.”

2: She also rejected the lead role in "The Unforgiven" and Elizabeth Taylor later played the character.

3: Hepburn was offered the role of Mrs. Robinson in "The Graduate," but declined due to sensitive content.

4: She declined the role of Sister Luke in "The Nun's Story," which was later played by actress Deborah Kerr.

5: Audrey was offered the lead in "The African Queen," but turned it down and Katharine Hepburn accepted the role.

6: The iconic role of Scarlet O'Hara in “Gone with the Wind” was also offered to Audrey, but she declined.

7: She said no to the lead role in "Breakfast at Tiffany's," which became one of her most iconic films.

8: Hepburn declined the part of "Funny Girl," which eventually went to Barbra Streisand.

9: Despite rejecting these roles, Audrey Hepburn's legacy remains intact with her iconic performances in films like "Roman Holiday" and "Sabrina."