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Overview (4)

Date of Birth 16 September 1942Hollywood, California, USA
Date of Death 5 January 2010Lancaster, California, USA  (congestive heart failure)
Birth NameBeverly Elaine Aadland
Nicknames Woodsey
Little Wood Nymph

Mini Bio (1)

Beverly Aadland was born on September 16, 1942 in Hollywood, California, USA as Beverly Elaine Aadland. She was an actress, known for South Pacific (1958), Cuban Rebel Girls (1959) and Tasmanian Devil: The Fast and Furious Life of Errol Flynn (2007). She was married to Ronald Fisher, Joseph E. McDonald and Maurice Jose de Leon. She died on January 5, 2010 in Lancaster, California.

Spouse (3)

Ronald Fisher (1970 - 5 January 2010) (her death) (1 child)
Joseph E. McDonald (6 April 1967 - 1969) (divorced)
Maurice Jose de Leon (24 June 1961 - 11 June 1964) (divorced)

Trivia (5)

She had a highly publicized relationship with Errol Flynn in the last two years of his life. She was only 17 when Flynn died at age 50 in 1959. This affair is the subject of the movie The Last of Robin Hood (2013).
Daughter of Florence Aadland, a former waitress and pushy stage mother who described in her 1961 book "The Big Love" how she arranged to have Beverly work for and become the lover of the much-older, and fading, film star Errol Flynn. The story also spawned a 1991 stage play with the same title starring Tracey Ullman as Florence.
Her husband Ron Fisher and their daughter, Aadlanda Joy Fisher (born 1980), both appear as extras in The Last of Robin Hood (2013), the 2013 film about her mother.
In 1948, at age 7, she was billed as Beverly Adlund when she was featured in an industrial film entitled 'The Story of Nylon'.
Appeared on "Hollywood Charmers", BBC Radio 2 series on "four charming leading men", talking about Errol Flynn. [March 2009]

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