Bronwyn FitzSimons - Biography

Bronwyn Brigid Price has a son, Conor Beau FitzSimons, a hairdresser who also owns his own line called "The Red Collection", honoring his famous grandmother, Maureen O'Hara. Bronwyn was named after the character played by Anna Lee, her mother's co-star, in Qu'elle était verte ma vallée (1941). She takes her last name, "FitzSimons", from her mother's original last name.

It was her mother who got her started in movies with her cameo in La montagne des neuf Spencer (1963), she showed great talent for a movie career and her mother encouraged her, but she soon dropped out of films to be a mother.

Before motherhood, she made frequent appearances on television in shows like Le Virginien (1962) and Sur le pont la marine (1962), and also had a part in a movie, The Ravagers (1965).

She found out her father, Will Price, had died when she was on vacation with her mother and Lucille House (Maureen's stand in). Maureen said: "This is the happiest day of my life"!