Quinn O’Hara, Star of ‘The Ghost in the Invisible Bikini,’ Dies at 76

Actress born Alice Jones Kirk also starred in three Jerry Lewis films

Scottish actress Quinn O’Hara, best known for starred in horror comedies like 1966’s “The Ghost in the Invisible Bikini,” has died at the age of 76.

The news was revealed by Joel B. Gibson, a close friend of the actress and the administrator of her official Facebook group.

“It is with profound sadness that I report the loss of my very dear friend Alice Jones Kirk, better known to you all as Quinn O’Hara,” Gibson said Friday.

She died in Los Angeles.

O’Hara was born January 3, 1941 in Scotland, and went on to be a prolific actress, appearing in more than 55 films and TV shows, including three Jerry Lewis films: 1961’s “The Errand Boy,” which was her feature film debut, 1963’s “Who’s Minding the Store” and 1964’s “The Patsy.”

On the TV side, O’Hara recurred over multiple episodes on shows like “Dallas,” “CHiPs” and “One Day at a Time.”

Her most recent acting credit was over 10 years ago, on an episode of CBS drama “Las Vegas.”

O’Hara is survived by her husband Bill and their pets.