Actress. Born Bronwyn Bridget FitzSimons Price, her father was director and screenwriter William Price, her mother was actress Maureen O'Hara, Bronwyn was named after the character played by Anna Lee in the film "How Green Was My Valley" (1941), which starred O'Hara. With the encouragement of her mother, she pursued a career in acting and made her film debut in "Spencer's Mountain" (1963). This was followed with a wide range of parts in numerous TV programs including "Surfside 6," "The Virginian," "McHale's Navy" and "Alfred Hitchcock Presents." She may perhaps be remembered for playing 'Sheila Ryan' in the war picture "The Ravagers" (1965). She retired from acting to raise her family.
Bio by: C.S.