Mostly Credited As: Bronwyn Fitzsimmons
Birth Name: Bronwyn Brigid Price
Date Of Birth: June 30, 1944 (Age 71)
Country Of Birth: USA
Birth Place: Los Angeles, California, USA
Daughter of director Will Price and actress Maureen O'Hara, Bronwyn Brigid Price was named for a character in How Green Was My Valley, a film her mother made in 1941. Oddly enough, this wasn't the character O'Hara played, but was co-star Anna Lee's part.
Encouraged by her mother, Bronwyn began acting, using a variation on her mother's real last name as her stage name. She made a cameo appearance in the film Spencer's Mountain in which her mother starred with Henry Fonda. Her television work is limited to Surfside 6, The Virginian and McHale's Navy. In 1965, she had a role in the film The Ravagers, but decided that her role as mother to son Connor Beau Fitzsimmons was more important than acting and she cut her career short. Her son is a hairdresser who has a line of products called The Red Collection in honor of his grandmother.