June Lockhart Birthday: June 25, 1925 Birth Place: New York, New York, USA Height: 0' 0"
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Born in New York City in 1925, the daughter of actors Gene Lockhart and Kathleen Lockhart, an only child, June made her professional debut at age eight in a Metropolitan Opera production of "Peter Ibbetson", playing Mimsey in the dream sequence. In the mid-1930s, the Lockharts relocated to California, where father Gene enjoyed a long career as one of the screen's great character actors. June made her screen debut in MGM's 1938 version of A Christmas Carol (1938), playing--appropriately enough the daughter of stars Gene Lockhart and Kathleen Lockhart. June appeared in a dozen or more movies before 1947, when she made her Broadway bow playing the ingénue in the comedy "For Love or Money" with John Loder. She got a standing ovation on opening night; one critic compared her debut to the first big hits of Helen Hayes and Margaret Sullavan. The overnight toast of Broadway, she went on to win a Tony, the Donaldson Award, the Theatre World Award and the Associated Press citation for Woman of the Year for Drama for her work in that play. On TV, she has co-starred in popular series like "Lassie" (1954) and "Lost in Space" (1965).
Daughter of actors Gene Lockhart and Kathleen Lockhart, with both of whom she appeared in A Christmas Carol (1938).
June hosted the 1966 "Miss Universe" pageant at the Jackie Gleason Studio in North Miami Beach.
Daughter Lizabeth Lockhart appeared on "Petticoat Junction" (1963).
Ambassador of the California State Parks system.
Fascinated with space studies, the "Lost in Space" (1965) co-star spends a lot of time down at NASA making appearances at dinners and conventions with astronauts and their wives.
Mother-in-law of Adam C. Taylor.
In the 1950s, she was a panelist, along with White House correspondents, on the TV quiz show "Who Said That?" (1948). Ever since then, she has had an open invitation to attend White House press briefings, which she considers fun.
Won Broadway's 1948 Tony Award for Outstanding Performance by a Newcomer for her performance in the play "For Love or Money."