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Overview (2)

Date of Birth 1946Manhattan Beach, California, USA
Birth NameJune Wilson

Mini Bio (1)

June Fairchild was born in 1946 in Manhattan Beach, California, USA as June Wilson. She is an actress, known for Up in Smoke (1978), Thunderbolt and Lightfoot (1974) and Drive, He Said (1971).

Trivia (5)

She was arrested for an open container violation the very same day The Los Angeles Times did a report on her plight. While she had been a successful actress in the 1970's, in recent years she had become homeless.
Sentenced in 2001 to a 3-month jail term for a parole violation on a drunk driving conviction a few years before. She had failed to complete her community service for that conviction, so when she was arrested for driving with an open container in February of 2001, her past caught up with her.
In late 1967, June was the girlfriend of Danny Hutton, who was, along with Cory Wells and Chuck Negron, one of three lead vocalists who were looking to put together a band. When it came to naming the band, June volunteered that she had read a magazine article about the Australian aborigines, who on cold nights, would sleep beside their dogs for warmth. The very coldest weather was called a "three dog night". Thus the band was named.
Living on skid row in Los Angeles. Was the subject of a story in the 02-21-2001 edition of the Los Angeles Times [February 2001]
Attended a theatrical screening of "Pretty Maids All in a Row" at the 2007 LA Grindhouse Fest. She and co-star Margaret Markov reminisced about the movie for about five minutes before it was shown to the audience. [March 2007]

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