Nora Eddington (February 25, 1924 – April 10, 2001) is best known as the second wife of the actor Errol Flynn. She was an American. She also featured as an actress in a number of minor roles in a small number of films.
Nora Eddington was the daughter of Jack Eddington of the Los Angeles County Sheriff's office. She was only eighteen years old when she first met Errol Flynn in February 1943 – at the time, she was working at the courthouse where Flynn's notorious 1943 trial for statutory rape took place. Flynn was acquitted and they were married in 1944 in Mexico. Their daughter, Deirdre, was born on January 10, 1945. By the time that their last child and second daughter, Rory, was born in March 1947, their marriage was already essentially over. The couple were divorced in 1949, but parted on fairly amicable terms, with Eddington (now Eddington Flynn) given custody of the children.
Nora Eddington Flynn died in 2001, aged 77, after a long battle with kidney disease, at Cedars Sinai Hospital, Los Angeles. She was interred in Westwood Village Memorial Park Cemetery, next to her son Kevin.
This is a partial list only. She starred in a few films only, roles mostly arising through her connection with Errol Flynn.
Adventures of Don Juan (1948).
Cruise of the Zaca (1952).