Erin O'Brien (actress)
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Erin O'Brien in 1959
January 17, 1934 |
Los Angeles, California, U.S.
|Spouse(s)||Jimmy Fitzgerald (1951-1963) (divorced) (3 sons)
Kanan A. Awni (1963-present) (2 daughters)
Erin O'Brien (born January 17, 1934, Los Angeles, California) is an American actress, active during the mid-twentieth century and best known as the leading lady of arguably the first made-for-TV movie, Girl on the Run, which also served as the pilot for the television series 77 Sunset Strip written by Roy Huggins and starring Efrem Zimbalist, Jr. One of 14 siblings, she has six sisters and seven brothers according to her "Glamour Girls of the Silver Screen" bio.
O'Brien was also the leading lady in episodes of such television shows as Bat Masterson with Gene Barry, Sugarfoot, Cheyenne with Clint Walker, Maverick with James Garner, Colt .45, The Asphalt Jungle, Laramie, and Death Valley Days.
O'Brien has five children, two by her current husband, Kanan Awni, and three by her former husband, Jimmy Fitzgerald.
- Erin O'Brien on Internet Movie Database
- New York Times filmography for Erin O'Brien
- Erin O'Brien biography
- The Paley Center for Media
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