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June Havoc (1912–2010)


Musical theater devotees will undoubtedly know that the song "Let Me Entertain You" was from the classic musical "Gypsy", the born-in-a-trunk story of resilient kid troopers Gypsy Rose Lee and June Havoc who were mercilessly pushed into vaudeville careers by an unbearably headstrong mother. While the lesser-talented Gypsy, of course, became the ... See full bio »

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Known For

Gentleman's Agreement Elaine Wales
(1947)
Hi Diddle Diddle Leslie Quayle
(1943)
The Iron Curtain Nina Karanova
(1948)
(1949)

Filmography

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 1987-1989 Murder, She Wrote (TV Series)
Lady Abigail Austin / Thelma Vantay
- The Grand Old Lady (1989) ... Lady Abigail Austin
- The Days Dwindle Down (1987) ... Thelma Vantay
 1987 A Return to Salem's Lot
Aunt Clara
 1986 Search for Tomorrow (TV Series)
Zophie
- Episode #1.9119 (1986) ... Zophie
 1980 Can't Stop the Music
Helen Morell
 1979 The Paper Chase (TV Series)
Mrs. Margaret Peters
- The Clay Footed Idol (1979) ... Mrs. Margaret Peters
 1977 The Private Files of J. Edgar Hoover
Hoover's Mother
 1973 Nightside (TV Movie)
Vantura Davis
 1971 McMillan & Wife (TV Series)
Francesca Fairborn
- The Easy Sunday Murder Case (1971) ... Francesca Fairborn
 1970 Walt Disney's Wonderful World of Color (TV Series)
Molly Jeffrys
- The Boy Who Stole the Elephant: Part 2 (1970) ... Molly Jeffrys
- The Boy Who Stole the Elephant: Part 1 (1970) ... Molly Jeffrys
 1970 The Boy Who Stole the Elephant (TV Movie)
Molly Jeffrys
 1964 The Outer Limits (TV Series)
Karen Thorne
- Cry of Silence (1964) ... Karen Thorne
 1964 Burke's Law (TV Series)
Miranda Forsythe
- Who Killed Everybody? (1964) ... Miranda Forsythe
 1963 General Hospital (TV Series)
Madeline Markham (1990)
 1960 The Untouchables (TV Series)
Sally Kansas
- The Larry Fay Story (1960) ... Sally Kansas
 1959 The United States Steel Hour (TV Series)
Lil Anders
- The Pink Burro (1959) ... Lil Anders
 1957 Kraft Theatre (TV Series)
Mary Carpenter
- Candid Profile, Inc. (1957) ... Mary Carpenter
 1957 Panic! (TV Series)
June Sullivan
- Reincarnated (1957) ... June Sullivan
 1957 Studio One in Hollywood (TV Series)
Kitty Sharpe
- The Mother Bit (1957) ... Kitty Sharpe
 1957 Mr. Broadway (TV Movie)
Trixie Friganza
 1957 Producers' Showcase (TV Series)
Trixie Friganza
- Mr. Broadway (1957) ... Trixie Friganza
 1957 The Errol Flynn Theatre (TV Series)
Lorraine Gay
- Take the High Road (1957) ... Lorraine Gay
 1956 Theatre (TV Movie)
Julia Lambert
 1956 Three for Jamie Dawn
Lorrie Delacourt
 1956 Lux Video Theatre (TV Series)
Millie
- Millie's Daughter (1956) ... Millie
 1956 Matinee Theatre (TV Series)
- Robin Daw (1956)
 1950-1956 Robert Montgomery Presents (TV Series)
Crystal Davis / Betty MacDonald
- The Tyrant (1956) ... Crystal Davis
- The Egg and I (1950) ... Betty MacDonald
 1954-1955 Willy (TV Series)
Willa 'Willy' Dodger / Willma 'Willy' Dodger
- Willy and Hurricane Harvey (1955) ... Willa 'Willy' Dodger
- Willy and Eccentric Henrietta (1955) ... Willa 'Willy' Dodger
- Willy and El Flamenco (1955) ... Willa 'Willy' Dodger
- Franklin's Shoe Business (1955) ... Willa 'Willy' Dodger
- Willy's Painting (1955) ... Willa 'Willy' Dodger
 1954 Fireside Theatre (TV Series)
- A Mother's Duty (1954)
 1954 General Electric Theater (TV Series)
Margo
- Exit for Margo (1954) ... Margo
 1953 Medallion Theatre (TV Series)
 1953 Omnibus (TV Series) (segment "Happy Birthday, Aunt Sarah") / Madame Papova (segment "The Bear")
- Three Maidens and the Devil (1953) ... (segment "Happy Birthday, Aunt Sarah")
- The Man in the Cool Cool Moon (1953) ... Madame Papova (segment "The Bear")
 1953 Hollywood Opening Night (TV Series)
 1952 Pulitzer Prize Playhouse (TV Series)
Daisy Mayme Plunkett
- Daisy Mayme (1952) ... Daisy Mayme Plunkett
 1952 Celanese Theatre (TV Series)
Anna Christie
- Anna Christie (1952) ... Anna Christie
 1952 Lady Possessed
Jean Wilson
 1951 Cameo Theatre (TV Series)
- Special Delivery (1951)
 1951 Somerset Maugham TV Theatre (TV Series)
- Cakes and Ale (1951)
 1951 Follow the Sun
Norma
 1950 Once a Thief
Margie Foster
 1950 Mother Didn't Tell Me
Maggie Roberts
 1949 The Story of Molly X
Molly X
 1949 Chicago Deadline
Leona Purdy
 1949 Red, Hot and Blue
Sandra
 1948 When My Baby Smiles at Me
Gussie Evans
 1948 The Iron Curtain
Nina Karanova
 1947 Gentleman's Agreement
Elaine Wales
 1947 Intrigue
Mme. Tamara Baranoff
 1945 Brewster's Millions
Trixie Summers
 1944 Casanova in Burlesque
Lillian Colman
 1944 Timber Queen
Lil Boggs
 1943 Hi Diddle Diddle
Leslie Quayle
 1943 Hello Frisco, Hello
Beulah Clancy
 1943 No Time for Love
Darlene
 1942 My Sister Eileen
Effie Shelton
 1942 Powder Town
Dolly Smythe
 1942 Sing Your Worries Away
Roxey Rochelle
 1942 Four Jacks and a Jill
Opal
 1918 Hey There (Short)
Child (as June Hovick)
 1918/II On the Jump (Short)
Child (as June Hovick)
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Personal Details

Other Works:

(19??) Stage: Appeared (as "Mistress Sullen") in "The Beaux' Strategem" on Broadway. See more »

Publicity Listings:

2 Print Biographies | 2 Portrayals | 3 Articles | 1 Pictorial | See more »

Alternate Names:

June Hovick | June Hovik

Height:

5' 6" (1.68 m)
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Personal Quote:

My sister was beautiful and clever - and ruthless. My mother was endearing and adorable - and lethal. They were the same person. I was the fool of the family. The one who thought I really was loved for me, for myself. See more »

Trivia:

June Havoc (1912-2010, age 97) began working professionally at the age of 2. By the time "Baby June" was 4, she already had made numerous film appearances. By 1919, at age 7, she was earning $1,500 a week as a top child star on the vaudeville circuit. See more »

Star Sign:

Scorpio

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