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Jill Ireland Biography and Filmography
Jill Ireland
Birthday: April 24, 1936
Birth Place: London, England, UK
Height: 0' 0"
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A dancer from age 12, British performer Jill Ireland became an audience favorite in her teens thanks to her many engagements at the London Palladium. Signed to a Rank Organization contract in 1955, Ireland made her first screen appearance as a ballerina in Oh, Rosalind. In 1957, Ireland married actor David McCallum, with whom she would later appear in several Man From UNCLE TV episodes. Her second husband was action star Charles Bronson, whom she married in 1967. From 1970 onward, Ireland seldom appeared onscreen without her husband; their best collaborative efforts include Hard Times (1975) and From Noon Til Three. Diagnosed with breast cancer in 1984, Ireland underwent a mastectomy, gaining the respect of friends and fans alike for her courage in the face of death: she wrote a book on her recovery, Life Wish, in 1987, and served as chairperson of the National Cancer Society. Ireland then devoted herself to rehabilitating her adopted son Jason McCallum, who had become a drug addict. She penned another book called Life Lines, this one devoted to her struggle to bring her son back to health. His death from an overdose in 1989 weakened Ireland's already precarious physical state. Refusing to surrender to despair, Ireland was busy at work on her third book of reminiscences, Life Times, when she died in 1990. One year later, a TV biopic, Reason for Living: The Jill Ireland Story was telecast, with Jill Clayburgh as Ireland and Lance Henriksen as Charles Bronson (though not so named, as Bronson was dead-set against the film and refused to allow his name to be mentioned onscreen).
Caught (1987)
Assassination (1987)
Death Wish II (1982)
[ Roberta Collins ][ Melody Santangelo ]
The Girl, the Gold Watch & Everything (1980)
[ Pam Dawber ]
Love and Bullets (1979)
From Noon Till Three (1976)
Breakheart Pass (1975)
[ Sally Kirkland ]
Hard Times (1975)
Breakout (1975)
[ Sheree North ][ Fabia Taffarel ]
Valdez, il mezzosangue (1973)
The Mechanic (1972)
[ Celeste Yarnall ]
The Valachi Papers (1972)
Quelqu'un derrière la porte (1971)
De la part des copains (1970)
[ Liv Ullmann ]
Città violenta (1970)
Twinky (1969)
[ Honor Blackman ][ Susan George ]
Passager de la pluie, Le (1969)
[ Marlene Jobert ][ Ute Eckhardt ]
Villa Rides (1968)
The Five Daughters Affair: Part 1 (1967)
The Tigers Are Coming Affair (1965)
The Hot Shot (1965)
The Giuoco Piano Affair (1964)
The Quadripartite Affair (1964)
[ Anne Francis ]
Twice Round the Daffodils (1962)
[ Juliet Mills ]
The Battleaxe (1962)
So Evil, So Young (1961)
Jungle Street (1961)
[ Vanda ]
Raising the Wind (1961)
Girls of the Latin Quarter (1959)
The Desperate Man (1959)
The Ghost Train Murder (1959)
The Voodoo Factor (1959)
Carry on Nurse (1959)
[ Shirley Eaton ]
The Big Money (1958)
Robbery Under Arms (1957)
Hell Drivers (1957)
There's Always a Thursday (1957)
Three Men in a Boat (1956)
[ Shirley Eaton ][ Adrienne Corri ][ Lisa Gastoni ]
Oh... Rosalinda!! (1955)
The Woman for Joe (1955)
[ Diane Cilento ]
Simon and Laura (1955)
  • She had 3 sons with David McCallum, one of them adopted. The adopted son died of an accidental drug overdose in 1989.
  • She had one daughter with Charles Bronson
  • Diagnosed with breast cancer in 1984, thereupon undergoing a mastectomy.
  • Was introduced to her second husband, Charles Bronson, by her first, David McCallum during the filming of The Great Escape (1963).
  • Both of her husbands, David McCallum and Charles Bronson, were stars of The Great Escape (1963).

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