Audrey Dalton

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Audrey Dalton
Born (1934-01-21) 21 January 1934 (age 80)
Dublin, County Dublin, Ireland
Occupation Film and television actress
Years active 1952–1978
Spouse(s) James H. Brown (1953–1977, divorced); 5 children
Rod F. Simenz (1979–present)
Children Tara Anne (b. 1953)
Victoria Patricia (b. 1955)
James E. (b. 1957)
Richard P. (b. 1959)
Adrian E. (b. 1963)

Audrey Dalton (born 21 January 1934) in Dublin, County Dublin, Ireland, the daughter of Emmet Dalton (1898-1978), one of the heroes of the Irish Republic, is a television and film actress. She went to school in a Convent of the Sacred Heart in Dublin. After the family moved to London, she studied acting in the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art (RADA). She moved to the United States in 1952 on St Patrick's Day, 17 March.[1]

In 1953 she secretly married UCLA student and basketball player James H. Brown of Los Altos, California, who later became a TV executive and assistant director. In 1977 she divorced Brown, father of her five children, after 25 years of marriage, and in 1979 married Rod F. Simenz, an engineer.[2]

Among her many television appearances were six episodes of Wagon Train between 1958 and 1964. She made a guest appearance on Perry Mason in 1961 as Kate Eastman in "The Case of the Injured Innocent."

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