Elvis has one, as does Alfred Hitchcock and Marilyn Monroe.
Now, Katharine Hepburn joins the list of celebs immortalized on stamps, as the United States Postal Service Wednesday announced that the legendary screen star will be the 16th Hollywood icon whose face will adorn an official postage stamp.
The four-time Oscar-winner, who starred in classics such as Morning Glory, Guess Who's Coming to Dinner and On Golden Pond, was honored in a ceremony in Old Saybrook, Connecticut as her stamp was launched.
"Katharine Hepburn will be remembered for generations, for both her unparalleled acting ability," Postmaster General John Potter said in a statement. "And being a role model for women who chose to live life on their own terms."
Hepburn died in June 2003 at the age of 96.