June Havoc (Director) | Playbill

June Havoc

Director

Her film career began in 1942 and was littered with mainly "B" material. A few credits stood out, however, including the comedy "My Sister Eileen" and "Gentleman's Agreement," in which she played a racist secretary.

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  • Also Known As: Ellen Evangeline Hovick, Ellen June Hovick
  • Born: Nov 07, 1912 in Vancouver, BC, Canada
  • Death: Mar 27, 2010 in Stamford, CT

Roles (16)

Annie Playbill - Feb 1980 Annie
Opened April 21, 1977
  • as Miss Hannigan (Replacement)
Habeas Corpus Playbill - Nov 1975 Habeas Corpus
Opened November 25, 1975
  • as Mrs. Swabb (Original)
Dinner at Eight Playbill - Opening Night, Sept 1966 Dinner at Eight
Opened September 27, 1966
  • as Millicent Jordan (Original)
Dinner at Eight Playbill - Opening Night, Sept 1966
Marathon '33 Playbill - Dec 1963 Marathon '33
Opened December 22, 1963
  • Writer
  • Based on the novel <i>Early Havoc</i> by
  • Director
The Warm Peninsula Playbill - Opening Night, Oct 1959 The Warm Peninsula
Opened October 20, 1959
  • as Joanne de Lynn (Original)
The Beaux Stratagem Playbill - Feb 1959 The Beaux Stratagem
Opened February 24, 1959
  • as Mrs. Sullen (Original)
Pb Listing Placeholder BROADWAY V4 The Infernal Machine
Opened February 03, 1958
  • as Queen Jocasta (Original)
Affairs of State Playbill - Nov 1950 Affairs of State
Opened September 25, 1950
  • as Irene Elliott (Replacement)
Dunnigan's Daughter Playbill - Dec 1945 Dunnigan's Daughter
Opened December 26, 1945
  • as Ferne Rainier (Original)
The Ryan Girl Playbill - Sept 1945 The Ryan Girl
Opened September 24, 1945
  • as Venetia Ryan (Original)
Pb Listing Placeholder BROADWAY V4 Sadie Thompson
Opened November 16, 1944
  • as Sadie Thompson (Original)
Mexican Hayride Playbill - Opening Night Mexican Hayride
Opened January 28, 1944
  • as Montana (Original)
Pal Joey Playbill - Mar 1941 Pal Joey
Opened December 25, 1940
  • as Gladys Bumps (Original)
Forbidden Melody Playbill - November 1936 Forbidden Melody
Opened November 02, 1936
  • as Rozsa (Original)

Awards

Drama Desk Award
1976 Outstanding Featured Actress in a Play Nominee
Tony Award
1964 Best Direction of a Play Nominee
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