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June Havoc (November 8, 1912 — March 28, 2010) 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.


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Television work

  • Willy (1954 – 1955)
  • What's My Line? January 18, 1953 Mystery Guest
  • Mr. Broadway (1957)
  • The Untouchables - The Larry Fay Story (1960)
  • The June Havoc Show (1964) (cancelled after a few weeks)
  • The Outer Limits: Cry of Silence (1964) with Eddie Albert and Arthur Hunnicutt
  • The Boy Who Stole the Elephant (1970)
  • Nightside (1973)
  • Search for Tomorrow (cast member in 1986)
  • General Hospital (cast member in 1990)





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