Jill Ireland Actress

Jill Ireland is a 53 years old actress from United Kingdom from London, England. Jill Ireland was born on April 24, 1936 (died on November 07, 1989, she was 53 years old) in London, England as Jill Dorothy Ireland. Her nickname was Ireland Jill Dorothy.

Jill Ireland


Her real name:
Birth name of Jill Ireland is Jill Dorothy Ireland
Is Jill Ireland still alive?

No, she died on 11/07/1989, 34 years ago. She was 53 years old when she died. Cause of death: breast cancer. She died in Malibu and buried in Forest Lawn Memorial Park .



Jill Ireland had two marriages.

David McCallum

David McCallum, Scottish actor and musician

She married with David McCallum (88), in 1957. Jill Ireland was 20 and David McCallum was 23 years old. After 10 years, they break up in 1967.

Charles Bronson

Charles Bronson, American film actor

Ireland married with Charles Bronson (81), on Saturday, October 5th, 1968. Jill Ireland was 32 and Charles Bronson was 46 years old. They ended their 21 years, 7 months marriage in 1990.


She had five children, Zuleika , Jason (26) , Val (60, English-Scottish guitarist and singer-songwriter) , Katrina (56, American film director, screenwriter and actress) and Paul (54, Player of American and Canadian football) .


Jill Ireland had 1 sibling. Actor John (22 years older)

Jill Ireland net worth

She had a net worth of 10 million dollars.


Jill Ireland Movies (31)

There are 31 movies of Jill Ireland.

Her first feature film was Death Wish II (1982, as Geri Nichols). She was 45 when she starred in this movie. Since 1982, she has appeared in 31 feature films. The last one is Girls of the Latin Quarter (1960). .

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Jill Ireland movie characters

The names of the characters/jobs in the films she starred in are as follows:

Jill Ireland TV Shows (7)

Her first TV Show was The Third Man (1959).

View all Jill Ireland TV shows. What was Jill's zodiac sign?

Jill Ireland zodiac sign was taurus.

Other facts about Jill Ireland

Jill Ireland's Brother


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