June Havoc Stage Actress
She was born on November 08, 1912 (died on March 28, 2010, she was 97 years old) as Ellen Evangeline Hovick. Her nickname was Hovick Ellen Evangeline; Hovick Ellen June.
June Havoc was a Canadian-born American actress dancer writer and theater director. Havoc was a child Vaudeville performer under the tutelage of her mother. She later acted on Broadway and in Hollywood and stage directed both on and off-Broadway. She last appeared on television in 1990 on General Hospital. Havoc was the younger sister of burlesque entertainer Gypsy Rose Lee.
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Her mother died at the age of (June was 41 years old). When June born she was 22 years old.
Is June Havoc still alive?
No, she died on 03/28/2010, 11 years ago. She was 97 years old when she died. Cause of death: disease. She died in Stamford
What was June's zodiac sign?
June Havoc zodiac sign was scorpio.
When is June Havoc's next birthday?
June Havoc was born on the , which was a Friday
June Havoc had 1 sibling. Gypsy (1 year older)
Her first feature film was Gentleman's Agreement (1947, as Elaine Wales). She was 35 when she starred in this movie. Since 1947, she has appeared in 29 feature films. The last one is Three for Jamie Dawn (1956). In this movie, she played the character Lorrie Delacourt .
June Havoc movie characters
The names of the characters/jobs in the films she starred in are as follows:
|Elaine Wales||Gentleman's Agreement (1947)||35|
|Clara||A Return to Salem's Lot (1987)||74|
|Helen Morell||Can't Stop the Music (1980)||67|
|Leona||Chicago Deadline (1949)||36|
|Herself||Broadway: The Golden Age, by the Legends Who Were There (2003)||90|
|Effie Shelton||My Sister Eileen (1942)||29|
|Mme. Tamara Baranoff||Intrigue (1947)||35|
|Beulah Clancy||Hello, Frisco, Hello (1943)||30|
|Nina Karanova||The Iron Curtain (1948)||35|
|Darlene||No Time for Love (1943)||31|
|Leslie Quayle||Hi Diddle Diddle (1943)||30|
|Hoover's Mother||The Private Files of J. Edgar Hoover (1977)||65|
|Margie Foster||Once a Thief (1950)||37|
|Lillian Colman||Casanova in Burlesque (1944)||31|
|Sandra||Red, Hot and Blue (1949)||36|
|Trixie Summers||Brewster's Millions (1945)||32|
|Norma||Follow the Sun (1951)||38|
|Roxey Rochelle||Sing Your Worries Away (1942)||29|
|When My Baby Smiles at Me (1948)||36|
|Dolly Smythe||Powder Town (1942)||29|
|Child||Hey There (1918)||5|
|Mother Didn't Tell Me (1950)||37|
|Lil Boggs||Timber Queen (1944)||31|
|Jean Wilson||Lady Possessed (1952)||39|
|Opal||Four Jacks and a Jill (1942)||29|
|Molly Jeffrys||The Boy Who Stole the Elephant (1970)||57|
|Hedda Hopper’s Hollywood No. 6 (1942)||29|
|Molly X||The Story of Molly X (1949)||36|
|Lorrie Delacourt||Three for Jamie Dawn (1956)||43|
Her first TV Show was Studio One (1948).
Nominated Tony Award for Best Direction of a Play in 1963 .
Birth name of June Havoc is Ellen Evangeline Hovick
William Spier, American writer
She married with William Spier (66), in 1948. June Havoc was 35 and William Spier was 41 years old. After 25 years, in 1973 William passed away.
Other facts about June Havoc
|Alias||Hovick Ellen Evangeline; Hovick Ellen June|
|Birth name||Ellen Evangeline Hovick|
|Place of death||Stamford|
|Parent||Rose Thompson Hovick|
|Relative||Gypsy Rose Lee|
|Work period (start)||1918-01-01T00:00:00Z|
|Different from||June Haver|
|Country of citizenship||Canada|
|Sex or gender||Female|
|Date of death||2010-03-28T00:00:00Z|
|Cause of death||Disease|
|Family name||Havoc. Show people with the surname Havoc|