Maureen O'Hara est une actrice américano-irlandaise née Maureen FitzSimons le 17 août 1920 à Dublin et morte le 24 octobre 2015 à Boise (Idaho, États-Unis) . Elle commence une carrière au cinéma à 19 ans dirigé par Alfred Hitchcock dans La Taverne de la Jamaïque et dans Quasimodo où elle est Esmeralda pour William Dieterle .
03/05/2022 · A statue honouring Hollywood legend Maureen O'Hara in West Cork has been removed after just 48 hours on public display because people felt it didn’t look like her enough. Locals of West Cork village Glengarriff were outraged that the bronze sculpture did the actress “a disservice” and felt it hardly resembled her.
AVE MARIA Mothers of America let your kids go to the movies! get them out of the house so they won't know what you're up to it's true that fresh air is good for the body but what about the soul that grows in darkness, embossed by silvery images and when you grow old as grow old you must they won't hate you they won't criticize you they won't know they'll be in some glamorous country they first ...
Even as a schoolgirl, Maureen desired an acting career, despite her father's initial opposition. She studied hard and read widely. When the opportunity to be an actress came along, it almost dropped in her lap. American film director Frank Borzage was in Dublin in 1929, filming Song o' My Heart (1930), when the 18 year old met him.