Maureen O’Hara, one of the last living actresses of Hollywood’s Golden Age, has died. She was 95 years old.
According to her manager, O’Hara passed away in her sleep at her home in Boise, Idaho.
Hailing from Dublin, Ireland, O’Hara starred in such classic films as Miracle on 34th Street, The Parent Trap, and How Green Was My Valley. She also appeared in several films with John Wayne, including Rio Grande and The Quiet Man.
O’Hara retired from acting in 1971, but returned 20 years later to appear in Chris Columbus’ Only the Lonely opposite John Candy.
In November 2014, she was presented with an Honorary Academy Award.