June Haver Overview:

Actress, June Haver, was born June Stovenour on Jun 10, 1926 in Rock Island, IL. Haver died at the age of 79 on Jul 4, 2005 in Brentwood, CA .



She was honored with one star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in the category of Motion Pictures.

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Classic Movie Travels August: While many think of MGM studios when reflecting upon some of the best musical films made during the Golden Age, 20th Century Fox certainly had its fair share of musical stars. Among the many Fox actresses was , who was intended to b... Read full article

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Nicknamed the "pocket Grable," she was making $3,500 a week at 20th Century Fox when she said goodbye to it all and became a novice nun in the Sisters of Charity convent.

Co-starred with Betty Grable in The Dolly Sisters (1945) which is the only musical the two made together, even though Haver was nicknamed "the Pocket Grable".

First husband, Jimmy Zito, was a trumpeter whom she met while performing as a teenage "big band" singer for Ted Fio Rito's band. The marriage lasted barely a year (1947-1948). Shortly after, she was engaged to a dentist, John Duzik, but he died following routine surgery before they had a chance to marry.

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