The spitfire Quiet Man star from Dublin never had any doubt that she'd make it in Hollywood, largely due to her Irishness.
The Irish language film "Arracht" has been optioned by an Oscar-winning producer Greg Shapiro and his Kingsgate Films to get remade in English in the US.
The Dublin-born Hollywood legend died on October 24, 2015, at the age of 95.
It appears that Mayo's undying All Ireland fever has made its way to Hollywood!
Irish Hollywood legend Maureen O'Hara had plenty to say during her long life. Here are some of our favorite quotes.
Maureen O'Hara born in Dublin in 1920 went on to become one of Hollywood's most beloved stars.
It's a wonder Hollywood has not recreated the life of Vinny Byrne, one of Michael Collins' right-hand men.
Now used as the backdrop for major Hollywood productions, Greystone Mansion, sometimes known as Doheny Mansion, in California has Irish ties.
The late actor shot the iconic 1970 film "Ryan’s Daughter" in the Co Kerry town.
Shockingly Maureen O'Hara's only daughter died only a few months after her mother, the Hollywood legend, and star of "Quiet Man."
English actress Florence Pugh, who is currently filming in Co Wicklow, took to Instagram to share her praise towards Ireland's beauty and the standard of Guinness.
Maureen O'Hara, the star of The Quiet Man, sued Confidential magazine in 1957 for libel after they ran a story about her engaging in an affair at a Hollywood theater.
They set the Hollywood standards: they were talented, glamorous and influential. And they were Irish.
Patrick Dempsey, Maya Rudolph, Amy Adams, and director Adam Shankman have all fallen head over heels for Ireland while filming Disney's "Disenchanted".
Ireland has a new Hollywood resident! Elizabeth Banks reveals that she and her family are in Ireland while filming her new project 'Cocaine Bear.'
Irish actor Barry Keoghan is enjoying his time as a Hollywood star, but still can't wait to return to his native Ireland.
Cork native turned Hollywood star Cillian Murphy celebrates his 45th birthday today, May 25!
The language-learning app Babbel asked members of Irish expat and heritage organizations in the US to rank Hollywood actors' attempts at an Irish accent.
Andrew McCarthy, who starred in "Pretty in Pink" and "St. Elmo's Fire", has spent recent years exploring Kilimanjaro and the wilds of the Amazon as a National Geographic writer.
From "The Usual Suspects" to "Miller's Crossing," Dublin native Gabriel Byrne has certainly left his mark on Hollywood.
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