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Hollywood actress of Irish descent.
This name – FittsSimons.
Born August 17, 1920 (Ranlah, County Dublin, Ireland).
Maureen O’Hara grew up in Ireland with a love of singing and dancing.
Already in fourteen years it took to study at the “Abbey Theatre” in Dublin – Irish National Theatre.
Being in London for trial in “Elstree Studios”, she received a call from the agent, who said that it wants to vstrettitsya actor Charles Laughton. Together with Eric Pommer Lawton owned company “Mayflower Pictures”, they were looking for a girl who would play in the historic Hitchcock film “Tavern” Jamaica “(1939). She liked Lawton and he offered her a contract.
The American public it was presented as the gypsy Esmeralda from the ‘Hunchback of Notre Dame “(1939). Then John Ford drew her for the filming of “How Green Was My Valley” (1941), and since then it became his favorite principal actress, played by John Wayne in “Rio Grande” (1950), the role of this Irish girl in ” Tikhon “(1952) and the role of the wife of the military in the” Wings of eagles “(1957).
Her thick red hair, twinkling eyes and prominent cheekbones O’Hara made one of the most militant women on the screen, for example, in the movie “Black Swan” (1942). Without Ford’s Wayne starred with her in “McLintock!” (1963) and “Big Jake” (1971). She played wonderful with Henry Ford in “Woe Spencer” (1963).
After the wedding, with aviator Charles Blair left the cinema in 1968. Together they manage the service for renting a seaplane to the Caribbean and to publish a magazine, where she led the column. After his death, Maureen returned to the screen, acting in television and playing the mother of John Candy in the movie “Only the Lonely” (1991).
Passed away October 24, 2015 (Boise, Idaho).