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June Tripp (1901–1985)

June Tripp was born on June 11, 1901 in Blackpool, England as June Howard Tripp. She was an actress, known for The Lodger (1927), Riding for a King (1926) and The Yellow Claw (1920). She was married to Edward Hillman Jr. and John Alan Burns, 4th Baron Inverclyde. She died on January 14, 1985 in New York City, New York, USA. See full bio »

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Known For

The Lodger
The Lodger Daisy, a mannequin
Riding for a King
Riding for a King Lady Betty Raleigh
The Yellow Claw
The Yellow Claw Mrs. Vernon
Forever and a Day
Forever and a Day V.A.D. Girl


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 1943 Forever and a Day
V.A.D. Girl (as June)
 1927 The Lodger
Daisy, a mannequin (as JUNE)
 1926 Riding for a King (Short)
Lady Betty Raleigh (as June)
 1920 The Yellow Claw
Mrs. Vernon (as June)
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 1929 June (Short)
Herself - Vocalist (as June)

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She acted in Dion Titheradge's revue, "Over the Page", at the Alhambra Theatre in London, England with Violet Loraine, Billy Merson and George Gee in the cast. See more »

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Alternate Names:

JUNE | June

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British revue star of the 1920's and 30's, who made a few silent films. She married Lord Inverclyde and subsequently became a noted socialite. June became an American citizen in 1951, by that time having retired from acting.

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