Charles B. Fitzsimons

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Charles B. Fitzsimons (born May 8, 1924, Ranelagh, County Dublin, Ireland – died February 14, 2001, Los Angeles, U.S.) was an Irish actor who emigrated to the United States, where he became a film producer after ending his acting career. Fitzsimons was the younger brother of famed actress Maureen O'Hara. His name was sometimes spelled as FitzSimons

Biography[edit]

He became a Hollywood film actor and later a supervising production executive before becoming a producer himself. He served as Executive Director of the Producers Guild of America from 1981 to 1999. In 1989, he received an Honorary Lifetime Membership Award from that organization. He died from liver failure in 2001, aged 76.

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