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June Havoc

June HavocAKA Ellen Evangeline Hovick

Born: 8-Nov-1912 [1]
Birthplace: Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada [2]
Died: 28-Mar-2010
Location of death: Stamford, CT
Cause of death: unspecified
Remains: Cremated (ashes scattered)

Gender: Female
Race or Ethnicity: White
Sexual orientation: Straight
Occupation: Actor

Nationality: United States
Executive summary: Gentleman's Agreement

Younger sister of Gypsy Rose Lee, successful in her own right as a Broadway actress and B-movie star.

[1] Given variously as 1912, 1913 or 1916: "Her mother reportedly carried five birth certificates for her younger daughter, to satisfy the child labor laws of every state, so June wasn't sure exactly how old she was." June Havoc, Vaudeville Star, Is Dead, Anita Gates, New York Times, 29 March 2010.

[2] Also given as Seattle, Washington.

Father: John Hovick (newspaperman)
Mother: Rose (d. 1954 colon cancer)
Gypsy Rose Lee (stripper)
Husband: Bobby Reed (vaudeville actor, m. 1929, div., one daughter)
Husband: Donald S. Gibbs (m. 1935, div.)
Husband: William "Bill" Spier (producer and writer, m. 25-Jan-1948, d. 30-May-1973)
Daughter: April Hyde (conceived with a promoter, d. 1998)

    General Hospital Madeline Markham (1990)
    Willy Willy Dodger (1954-55)

    Broadway: The Golden Age (Apr-2003) · Herself
    A Return to Salem's Lot (2-Mar-1988)
    Can't Stop the Music (20-Jun-1980)
    The Private Files of J. Edgar Hoover (Dec-1977)
    Lady Possessed (26-Jan-1952)
    Follow the Sun (25-Apr-1951) · Norma
    The Story of Molly X (Nov-1949)
    Red, Hot and Blue (19-Oct-1949)
    Chicago Deadline (1949)
    When My Baby Smiles at Me (10-Nov-1948)
    The Iron Curtain (16-Jun-1948)
    Intrigue (6-Dec-1947)
    Gentleman's Agreement (11-Nov-1947) · Elaine Wales
    Brewster's Millions (7-Apr-1945) · Trixie Summers
    Timber Queen (13-Jan-1944) · Lil Boggs
    No Time for Love (5-Apr-1943)
    Hello Frisco, Hello (11-Mar-1943)
    My Sister Eileen (24-Sep-1942) · Effie Shelton
    Powder Town (7-Jun-1942) · Dolly
    Sing Your Worries Away (6-Mar-1942) · Roxy Rochelle
    Four Jacks and a Jill (23-Jan-1942) · Opal

Author of books:
Early Havoc (1959, autobiography)
More Havoc (1980, second autobiography)

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