|Date of Birth||21 January 1934, Dublin, Ireland|
Mini Bio (1)
Dublin-born Audrey Dalton knew right from childhood that she wanted to be an actress: She appeared in school plays and (after the family's move to London) applied to the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art. While Dalton was at RADA, a London-based Paramount executive saw her in a play and asked her to audition for the upcoming film The Girls of Pleasure Island (1953). Winning the part (and a Paramount contract), Dalton arrived in the U.S. in 1952 and co-starred in "Pleasure Island"; the studio loaned her out to 20th Century-Fox for My Cousin Rachel (1952) and Titanic (1953). Dalton later freelanced, working in films and on TV. Her first husband was assistant director James H. Brown, who is the father of her five children; she is now married to a retired engineer.
- IMDb Mini Biography By: Tom Weaver <TomWeavr@aol.com>
|Rod F. Simenz||(20 July 1979 - present)|
|James H. Brown||(13 March 1953 - 1977) (divorced) (5 children)|