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Biography
Talented English actress starring in a considerable number of films and became known to some extent also due to her second husband, the popular actor Charles Bronson, which is actively played in films of the seventies of the last century.
Jill Ireland was born 24 April 1936, the year in London and was the daughter of a wine producer. Her acting career began roughly in the mid-fifties. Then Jill took part in such films as “Simon and Laura (Simon and Laura)” (1955) and “Three Men in a Boat (Three men in a boat)” (1956).
In 1957, the year the actress was married to Scottish actor David McCallum, and come to grips with the newly-made marriage, however, did not stop acting in films. Then with the participation of Jill released several films.
During the first marriage, the actress gave birth to three sons, one of whom, to her great grief, in 1989, the year he died of a drug overdose (just six months before her own death).
David and Jill were divorced in 1967, the year, and just a year later, the actress was the wife of actor Charles Bronson. This marriage was happier for the actress the first the couple lived together until 1990, the year – to the death of the actress.
In 1984, the year Jill found a tumor (breast cancer) and the actress began a hard time in her life. She was suffering, but not willing to put up with the terrible disease. In the process of the disease, Jill Ireland wrote two books, which narrated his own ordeal, about the battle with the disease and everything that she had to endure. Soon the actress took up a third book, but to finish it so did not.
In 1988, the year she was honoured with the honorary prize – medal for bravery (Medal of Courage), which Jill gave Ronald Reagan (who at that time duties of the President of the United States of America).
Despite the fact that the actress led an active struggle with a grave disease, the disease was stronger. Jill Ireland died on may 18, 1990, the first year in my own house in Malibu, California.
For contribution to the creative part of the United States of America, the actress was awarded a star on the walk of Fame in Hollywood. A year after the death of the actress was released a film about Jill’s life island, about her acting career, including her opposition to diseases.

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