June Havoc (born Ellen June Evangeline Hovick, (November 8, 1912 – March 28, 2010) was a Canadian American actress, dancer, writer, and stage director.. Havoc was a child vaudeville performer under the tutelage of her mother Rose Thompson Hovick, born Rose Evangeline Thompson.
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She was born in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada sometime...
Following their parents' divorce, the two sisters earned the...
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Havoc was married three times. Her first marriage, at age...
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Ellen Evangeline Hovick (known as June Havoc; November 8, 1912 – March 28, 2010) was a Canadian-born American actress, dancer, author and a theater director.She acted in many stage plays and movies.
June Havoc war dreimal verheiratet, unter anderem mit dem Drehbuchautor William Spier. Sie hat eine Tochter, die ebenfalls Schauspielerin ist. Ihre Schwester ist die Schauspielerin und Entertainerin Gypsy Rose Lee (1911–1970), die ihre enorme Popularität in den USA vor allem ihren legendären Striptease-Auftritten verdankte.
Mar 28, 2010 · June Havoc (born Ellen June Evangeline Hovick, (November 8, 1912 – March 28, 2010) was a Canadian American actress, dancer, writer, and stage director. Havoc was a child vaudeville performer under the tutelage of her mother Rose Thompson Hovick, born Rose Evangeline Thompson.
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L'infanzia e il vaudeville
June Hovick nacque a Vancouver nel 1912, figlia di Rose Thompson e di John Olaf Hovick, un cronista del Times di Seattle di origine norvegese. La coppia si trovava a Vancouver per una visita al padre di Hovick, che svolgeva la professione di architetto in quella città. L'anno di nascita di June resta comunque incerto, poiché negli anni successivi Rose Thompson, tentando di aggirare la restrittiva legislazione americana sul lavoro minorile, esibirà più di una versione contraffatta del certific...
Gli esordi come attrice
Lasciatasi alle spalle la precaria carriera nel vaudeville, genere ormai in declino, e desiderosa di studiare e maturare per diventare attrice, per un certo periodo June non diede notizie di sé alla madre e alla sorella, limitandosi a inviare loro una cartolina dall'Arena Connely di San Francisco, dove lei e Bobby venivano ritratti durante una delle manifestazioni tipiche degli anni della Grande Depressione, le estenuanti maratone di ballo in cui coppie di disperati senza lavoro danzavano fin...
Il cinema e la regia teatrale
Nel frattempo la Havoc iniziò a comparire anche sul grande schermo, debuttando con Four Jacks and a Gill (1942), al fianco di Desi Arnaz, e partecipando a commedie musicali come Mia sorella Evelina (1942) e Vecchia San Francisco (1943). Tra i suoi film più importanti sono da ricordare Barriera invisibile (1947), nel ruolo di segretaria di un giornalista (Gregory Peck) che conduce una difficile inchiesta sull'antisemitismo, la commedia Ho sposato un demonio (1949), con Betty Hutton e Victor Ma...
Dopo il primo breve matrimonio con Bobby Reed, la Havoc ebbe una relazione con Jamie Smythe, promoter di maratone danzanti, dal quale ebbe la sua unica figlia April Hyde (nata nel 1930). April ebbe una breve carriera di attrice negli anni cinquantacon il nome d'arte di April Kent, e morirà nel 1998. La Havoc si sposò per la seconda volta nel 1935 con Donald S. Biggs e, dopo il divorzio, si unì in matrimonio con il produttore e regista radiofonico e televisivo William Spier, che morì nel 1973. Artisticamente longeva, June Havoc apparve per l'ultima volta sul grande schermo nell'horror I vampiri di Salem's Lot (1987), e alla televisione in alcuni episodi delle serie Aspettando il domani (1986), La signora in giallo (1987-1989) e General Hospital (1990). Nel 2003 l'Abingdon Theatre di New York venne reintitolato in suo onore June Havoc Theatre. L'attrice morì per cause naturali il 28 marzo 2010 nella sua residenza di Stamford (Connecticut), all'età di 97 anni.
1. On the Jump, regia di Alfred J. Goulding(1918) (con il nome di June Hovick) 2. Hey There, regia di Alfred J. Goulding (1918) (con il nome di June Hovick) 3. Four Jacks and a Gill, regia di Jack Hively(1942) 4. Sing Your Worries Away, regia di A. Edward Sutherland(1942) 5. La città della polvere (Powder Town), regia di Rowland V. Lee(1942) 6. Mia sorella Evelina (My Sister Eileen), regia di Alexander Hall(1942) 7. Non c'è tempo per l'amore (No Time for Love), regia di Mitchell Leisen(1943)...
1. Willy- serie TV, 39 episodi (1954-1955) 2. Gli intoccabili (The Untouchables) - serie TV, 1 episodio (1960) 3. La legge di Burke (Burke's Law) - serie TV, 1 episodio (1964) 4. McMillan e signora (McMillan & Wife) - serie TV, 1 episodio (1971) 5. Dimenticare il passato (The Days Dwindle Down), episodio della serie tv La signora in giallo (Murder, She Wrote) (1987)(EN) June Havoc, su Enciclopedia Britannica, Encyclopædia Britannica, Inc.(EN) June Havoc, su Discogs, Zink Media.(EN) June Havoc, su Internet Movie Database, IMDb.com.(EN) June Havoc, su AllMovie, All Media Network.
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June and Gypsy continued to get demands for money from their mother, who had opened a boardinghouse in a ten-room apartment on West End Avenue
I just read this. There's nothing wrong with what's in it, altho much of echoes the Gypsy Rose Lee article. But June Havoc was a fine actress and beautiful woman in her own right (I remember especially her cascading blond hair), and I don't think the article does her justice. I can't fix it, but I do note it. Bellagio99 (talk) 15:20, 3 April 2008 (UTC)
From the opening sentence: "June Havoc (born November 8, 1916)..." From the second section: "... She was actually born in 1913, rather than 1916, ..." Davefoc (talk) 20:00, 24 September 2009 (UTC) I found a passport application on Ancestry.com for Rose Elizabeth Hovick (dated Feb 12, 1925). Information from that passport: People listed as accompanying her: 1. Rose Louise, born in Everett, Washington on January 8, 1908 2. Ellen June, born in Seattle, Washington on November 8, 1910 The passport says that she was divorced but it lists the name of her husband as John O. Hovick. The ancestry.com site requires a fee, however if somebody would like me to email an image of the passport application, just send a request to firstname.lastname@example.org. Davefoc (talk) 21:18, 24 September 2009 (UTC) 1. 1.1. 1.1.1. Dave - I suspect the above is inaccurate. Their mother lied about anything when she felt she needed to, whether that meant making the girls older or younger. June was not even born in Washington...
Info re daughter (April Hyde) from New York Times. Daughter's year of birth questionable; IMDb is not always accurate as some sources cite 1935 as April's year of birth. Rms125a@hotmail.com (talk) 02:20, 29 March 2010 (UTC) 1. The SSDI is a more reliable source for her lifespan. The IMDb profile should still be used as a ref, as it gives details of her acting career, as well as the fact she used the surname Kent for her career, and that her maiden name was Reed, despite the fact that Havoc's first husband Bobby Reed was not her father. Jim Michael (talk) 13:55, 29 March 2010 (UTC) 1.1. SSDI gives date of birth of April R. Hyde as April 2, 1935; date of death as December 28, 1998. I searched the SSDI before but I guess I didn't use the right combination of names. I guess the "R." shows that Reed was her maiden name as you posited, but I was right about the year of birth, not IMDb. Thanks for your help. Rms125a@hotmail.com (talk) 14:23, 29 March 2010 (UTC)
Some sources state Seattle. Jim Michael (talk) 02:16, 30 March 2010 (UTC) 1. Which sources? Are they reliable? I would advise against making further unilateral changes without discussion first. Rms125a@hotmail.com (talk) 02:21, 30 March 2010 (UTC) 1.1. Ref 11, MSNBC, which I believe is considered reliable. Jim Michael (talk) 21:08, 30 March 2010 (UTC) 1.2. MSNBC, I dunno. I really doubt MSNBC has the ability to discern which of the numerous birth certificates her mother held for her daughters is correct. If Havoc was born in Canada, albeit apparently to American parents, maybe Canadian ancestry records can confirm. Rms125a@hotmail.com (talk) 21:44, 30 March 2010 (UTC) 1. 1.1. 1.1.1. I believe Havoc was born in Canada either in 1912 or 1913. There is a passport application that lists her birth location as Seattle, Washington and her birth date as November 8, 1910. However, this may be the sole piece of evidence for a non-Canadian birth location and given her mother's propensity for l...
I recall seeing Havoc's name in a Guiness Book of World Records, back in mid-60s. Anyone here or @Guiness remember why she was in there? —Preceding unsigned comment added by BubbleDine (talk • contribs) 13:57, 30 March 2010 (UTC) If she was in the Guiness book of records it was probably for marathon dancing. Several on-line articles claim that she was in the Guiness book of Records for lasting 3600 hours in a marathon dance contest. While this was an incredible feat it may not have been the longest such feat during the marathon dance era. One book on the subject that I found with a Google Book search listed other people with somewhat longer endurance times as the record holders. The Guiness World Record site doesn't list her but the site includes only a small portion of the data from past books. Regardless, it seems like the fact that Havoc actually lasted 3600 hours in a dance marathon contest is interesting enough and relevant enough to her life that it deserves a mention in the a...
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Quite likely, as the next sentence is about her next marriage. So what information does "they later divorced" add?2A02:AA1:1010:5FFF:142B:3BBF:FFF3:9590 (talk) 15:41, 17 December 2019 (UTC)
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