During his lifetime, Frank Worth (1923 – 2000) had never sold or published his amazing collection of more than 10,000 photographs of Hollywood’s biggest stars!

Worth was a very close and intimate friend of ‘’la crème de la crème’’ of the American motion picture industry.

Shortly before his death in 2000, Worth confessed that, aside from being a photographer, he was commissioned by the C.I.A. to keep an eye on these famous people during the infamous MacCarthy period in America.

Most of Worth’s images were thought to have been lost but after his death were re- discovered by a relative and eventually placed on display.