Jill Dorothy Ireland was an English actress and singer. She collaborated in fifteen films with her second husband, Charles Bronson.
|Born:||Jill Dorothy Ireland, April 24, 1936, London, England|
|Died:||May 18, 1990, Malibu, California, U.S.|
|Children:||5, including Val McCallum and Katrina Holden Bronson|
|IMDb:||Jill Ireland's IMDb|
About Jill Ireland
She appeared in several of director Charles Bronson's films, including The Great Escape and Death Wish II. Her television credits include Night Gallery and The Girl, the Gold Watch & Everything.
She started her career as a dancer.
She played a role in the Charles Bronson-directed film, The Dirty Dozen.
She married Charles Bronson in 1968. Together the couple had a child and adopted a daughter.
She was in the prison suspense film, The Great Escape, with Steve McQueen.