June Havoc Overview:

Actress, June Havoc, was born Ellen Evangeline Hovick on Nov 8, 1912 in Vancouver, Canada. Havoc died at the age of 97 on Mar 28, 2010 in Stamford, CT and was cremated and her ashes scattered in the garden of her home in CT.

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She was honored with two stars on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in the categories of Television and Motion Pictures. In addition, Havoc was inducted into the Theater Hall of Fame .

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June Havoc Quotes:

Leslie Quayle: Hi, sailor. Your father working today for a change?
Sonny Phyffe: Yes. You want him?
Leslie Quayle: No thanks, honey. I just want to see him.


Darlene: If I get mad, I'm liable to throw ya a dirty look. And where I look dirty, no grass grows. Ever.


Elaine Wales: I changed my name. Did you?
Phil Green: Green has always been my name. What's yours?
Elaine Wales: Estelle Walovsky. I couldn't take it. The applications, I mean. So one day I wrote the same firm two letters, same as you're doing now. I sent the Elaine Wales one, and I sent it after they said there were no openings. Well, I got the job, all right. Do you know what firm that was? "Smith's Weekly."
Phil Green: No.
Elaine Wales: Yes, Mr. Green. The great liberal magazine that fights injustice on all sides.


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June Havoc Facts
Was nominated for Broadway's 1964 Tony Award as Best Director (Dramatic) for "Marathon '33."

She was nominated for a 1975 Joseph Jefferson Award for Best Guest Artist for her performance in the play, "Twigs", at the Pheasant Run Theatre in Chicago, Illinois.


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