After seeking the approval of his business partner , they arranged to meet O'Hara through a talent agency run by Connie Chapman and Vere Barker.
She believed that her fastidious lifestyle took its toll on her career.
According to , O'Hara outdid Flynn in the combat scenes, many of which had to be cut from the final version to protect Flynn's heroic image.
The following year, she starred in the Portuguese-set melodramatic mystery film for.
She was married three times, and had one daughter, Bronwyn, with her second husband.
He proposed that she go to Elstree Studios for a and become a film actress.