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June Clayworth (1912–1993)

June Clayworth was born on June 9, 1912 in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania, USA. She was an actress, known for The Good Fairy (1935), Beat the Band (1947) and Live, Love and Learn (1937). She was married to Sid Rogell. She died on January 1, 1993 in Calabasas, California, USA. See full bio »

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The Good Fairy Mitzi, on-screen actress
Beat the Band Willow Martin
Live, Love and Learn Annabella Post
Criminal Court Joan Mason


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 1961 The Marriage-Go-Round
Flo Granger
 1959 How to Marry a Millionaire (TV Series)
Julia Marsh
- A Husband for Julia (1959) ... Julia Marsh
 1959 Perry Mason (TV Series)
Eva Scott
- The Case of the Fraudulent Foto (1959) ... Eva Scott
 1958 Wagon Train (TV Series)
Martha Folsom
- The Tobias Jones Story (1958) ... Martha Folsom
 1955 There's Always Tomorrow
Minor Role (uncredited)
 1954 The Rocket Man
Harriet Snedley
 1953 City Detective (TV Series)
- My Sainted Aunt (1953) ... Carolyn
 1953 Dream Wife
Mrs. May Elkwood
 1952 At Sword's Point
Comtesse Claudine
 1950 The White Tower
Mme. Astrid Delambre
 1948 Bodyguard
Connie Fenton
 1947 Dick Tracy Meets Gruesome
Dr. Irma M. Learned
 1947 Beat the Band
Willow Martin
 1946 Criminal Court
Joan Mason
 1946 The Truth About Murder
Marsha Crane
 1939 Almost a Gentleman
Marion Gates
 1937 Live, Love and Learn
Annabella Post
 1937 Between Two Women
 1937 Married Before Breakfast
June Baylin
 1936 Two-Fisted Gentleman
 1935 Lady Tubbs
Jean LaGendre
 1935 Transient Lady
Pat Warren
 1935 The Good Fairy
Mitzi, on-screen actress
 1934 Strange Wives
 1931 Once Over, Light (Short)
Grace's Friend (uncredited)
 1930 Fit to Be Tied (Short)
Talkative Salesgirl (uncredited)
 1930 The Music Racket (Short)
Trixie Brown (uncredited)

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Brunette Broadway actress, who also appeared in several films after being 'discovered' by Carl Laemmle Jr. She had notable roles in the swashbuckler At Sword's Point (1952) and in the mountaineering drama The White Tower (1950) (as the wife of Claude Rains), produced by her husband Sid Rogell. Later a frequent guest star in television crime series, she invariably ended up as a murder victim.

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