Elizabeth bares a scar on her neck from undergoing a tracheotomy while she had pneumonia in 1960.
Elizabeth owns a Maltese named Daisy. Her previous dog, Sugar, died in 2005.
Taylor has endorsed two extremely popular fragrances - Passion and White Diamonds.
At age 49, Taylor made her Broadway debut, to rave reviews, in Little Foxes.
Elizabeth is known for her violet-colored eyes.
In 2001, Elizabeth Taylor starred in the movie These Old Broads with Shirley MacLaine and her ex-nemesis, Debbie Reynolds.
Taylor's wedding to Larry Fortensky took place at Michael Jackson's ranch.
Elizabeth Taylor lives in a house that was once owned by Frank Sinatra.
Elizabeth Taylor hates to be called "Liz".
Second only to Princess Diana, Elizabeth Taylor has appeared solo on the cover of People magazine a total of 14 times.
Elizabeth was widely considered to be "the most beautiful woman in the world," mostly during the 1950's and 1960's during the height of her career, but was considered to be beautiful even as a young child.
She auctioned off her diamond-and-emerald engagement ring from Richard Burton to raise money for an AIDS charity.
Toy company Mattel actually made a doll that was based on her prostitute character in Butterfield 8.
She has a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame which is located at 6336 Hollywood Blvd.
In 1962, she tried to commit suicide by overdosing on medication.
Elizabeth was honored by the Kennedy Center in 2002.
Elizabeth considers Michael Jackson as one of her dearest friends.
In 1942, Elizabeth sang a duet with "Little Rascal" Alfalfa in the short film There's One Born Every Minute.
She met her now ex-husband Larry Fortensky while they both were in rehab at the Betty Ford Center in 1988.
In 1993, she was given prestigious Jean Hersholt Humanitarian Award.
She was made a Dame by Queen Elizabeth II in May 2000.
Elizabeth was the first actress to earn a million dollars for her role in a film. She made the money for the movie Cleopatra.
Elizabeth won her first Academy Award for her portrayal of Gloria Wandrous in Butterfield 8.
Actor Montgomery Clift gave her the nickname "Bessie Mae".
She is the mother of 4 children.
She has been married 8 times to 7 different men.
Her performance in National Velvet in 1944 as Velvet Brown made her an instant star.
At the age of 10, Elizabeth made her screen debut in the short film There's One Born Every Minute in 1942.
Elizabeth and her family moved to Los Angeles in 1939 when she was 7 years old.
Although born in England, both of Elizabeth's parents were Americans.
Elizabeth married actor Richard Burton twice.
Elzabeth actually died during an operation in the 1960's and came back after seeing a white light.
Elizabeth Taylor: I've been through it all, baby. I'm Mother Courage.
Elizabeth (When asked who she dresses to impress): Men first. Myself. Then other women. 'Cause you can't please women. They are horribly critical of each other. And more so if you're famous. Meow.
Elizabeth (on waif-thin models) : I wish I could be that size, but I can't be. I enjoy food too much. I'm too hedonistic. I enjoy pleasures.