• June Hutton

    1920 - 1973

    June Hutton (1920 - 1973)

    June Hutton’s parents were Marvel Svea Williams and Odie Daniel Cowan. June and her older sister, Ina Ray Hutton, both grew up to be entertainers and performers during the Big Band era. Growing up in Chicago, Hutton attended Hyde Park High School, as did her older sister, Ina. While attending high school, she worked in the […]

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  • June Knight

    1913 - 1987

    June Knight (1913 - 1987)

    June Knight (January 22, 1913 – June 16, 1987) was an American Broadway and film actress. June Knight was born Margaret Rose Valliquietto in Los Angeles in 1913. During the first years of her life, she was in very poor health. She suffered from tuberculosis when she was 4 years old and Doctors told her parents […]

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  • June Lang

    1917 - 2005

    June Lang (1917 - 2005)

    June Lang born Winifred June Vlasek in Minneapolis, Minnesota, the daughter of Edith and Clarence Vlasek, she originally trained as a dancer in “kiddie revues” and went to Hollywood at the urging of her mother. She made her film debut in 1931 and caught the eye of Darryl F. Zanuck at 20th Century Fox, gradually securing […]

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  • June Marlowe

    1903 - 1984

    June Marlowe (1903 - 1984)

    June Marlowe was born Gisela Valaria Goetten to German parents in St. Cloud, Minnesota. She was a prolific actress in silent films during the 1920s, appearing in films opposite John Barrymore and Rin Tin Tin. She was one of the WAMPAS Baby Stars of 1925. Her career did well until the introduction of talking pictures. […]

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  • June Mathis

    1892 - 1927

    June Mathis (1892 - 1927)

    Actress. Born in Leadville, Colorado she began her career as a stage actor and did scriptwriting work on several films starting in 1917. She was hired by MGM in 1918 to write scenarios for films. She successfully adapted Vicente Blasco Ibanez’s novel The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse into a film version starring Rudolph Valentino, […]

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  • June Preisser

    1920 - 1984

    June Preisser (1920 - 1984)

    Born in New Orleans, Louisiana, June Preisser was one of six children, and was an underweight baby. Her parents sent her to an athletic club at an early age, in an attempt to build her strength. There she, and her sister Cherry, learned acrobatics. Their mother was keen to have them follow a career in […]

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  • June Storey

    1918 - 1991

    June Storey (1918 - 1991)

    Mary June Storey was born on April 20, 1918 in Toronto, Canada. Her father was a forest ranger. Her family moved to Tyler Lake, Connecticut in the United States when she was five years old. In 1930, her family moved to Southern California, where she attended Laguna Beach High School. Pretty in her youth, she […]

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  • June Travis

    1914 - 2008

    June Travis (1914 - 2008)

    Actress. She appeared in over 30 films from the mid to late 1930s. Born June Grabiner in Chicago, she was the daughter of baseball executive Harry Grabiner. Her credits include “Ceiling Zero” (1936), “Jailbreak” (1936), “The Big Game” (1936), “Love Is on the Air” (1937) and “The Kid Comes Back” (1938). Among her leading men […]

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  • June Vincent

    1920 - 2008

    June Vincent (1920 - 2008)

    June Vincent (July 17, 1920 – November 20, 2008) was an American actress. June Vincent was born Dorothy June Smith in Harrod, Ohio, the daughter of Sybil Irwin and the Rev. Willis E. Smith. She began her career in film in the early 1940s. She later became a successful television actress appearing in many programs throughout […]

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  • June Walker

    1900 - 1966

    June Walker (1900 - 1966)

    She appeared on Broadway in such plays as Green Grow the Lilacs, The Farmer Takes a Wife, and Twelfth Night. She was the first actress to portray the character of Lorelei Lee, in the 1926 Broadway production of Gentlemen Prefer Blondes. She played Linda Loman to Thomas Mitchell’s Willy in the 1949 touring company of […]

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  • Junie Astor

    1912 - 1967

    Junie Astor (1912 - 1967)

    French actress. Born in Marseilles, her career spanned four decades and over 50 films from her 1933 film Etienne directed by Jean Tarride to her final film in 1967, L’Homme de L’Interpol directed by Maruice Boutel. Her performance in the 1937 film “Le Coupable,” was rewarded with the Prix Suzanne Bianchetti, a prize awarded annually […]

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  • Junior Durkin

    1915 - 1935

    Junior Durkin (1915 - 1935)

    Stage and Movie Actor. Junior Durkin was born Trent Bernard Durkin in New York, New York. The son of actress Florence Edwards he was on stage before he was three and went on to appear often on stage in serious plays and musicals. Credited in his childhood as Junior Durkin and Trent Durkin in his […]

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  • Junior Samples

    1926 - 1983

    Junior Samples (1926 - 1983)

    Junior Samples A sixth grade dropout, Samples was a stock car racing driver and carpenter by trade who went on the radio at the age of 40 and told a story about catching the largest fish ever seen in his hometown. The story was a humorous tall tale, and the recording of this radio story […]

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  • Junior Seau

    1969 - 2012

    Junior Seau (1969 - 2012)

    Tiaina Baul Seau Jr. was born January 19, 1969, in San Diego, California, the fifth child of Tiaina Seau, Sr., and Luisa Mauga Seau of Aunu’u, American Samoa. Tiaina Sr.’s grandfather was a village chief in Pago Pago. Tiaina Sr. worked at a rubber factory and was a school custodian, and Luisa worked at the commissary of Camp Pendleton in Southern […]

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  • Junkyard Dog

    1952 - 1998

    Junkyard Dog (1952 - 1998)

    Junkyard Dog Throughout the years, many men have made the transition from the football gridiron to the squared circle. Perhaps none, however, have ever done it with the panache of one Sylvester Ritter, a man better known to sports-entertainment fans as the Junkyard Dog. Before entering the ring, the near 300-pound Ritter was a standout […]

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  • Junnosuke Inoue

    1869 - 1932

    Junnosuke Inoue (1869 - 1932)

    Former president of the Nippon Bank. (bio by: Warrick L. Barrett)

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  • Jürgen Baldiga

    1959 - 1993

    Jürgen Baldiga (1959 - 1993)

    Photographer.  Born in rural Germany, the son of a miner, the young Baldiga moved to Berlin in 1979. There, he undertook a number of odd jobs to support himself, including bartender, cook, and prostitute. By 1985, he had become known on the Berlin art scene as a self-taught photographer and as a popular figure in […]

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  • Jürgen Frohriep

    1928 - 1993

    Jürgen Frohriep (1928 - 1993)

    Jürgen Frohriep was born in the port city of Rostock. When he was 11 the war broke out, towards the end of which he was involved in national air-defence as a “Flak helper”. When the war ended, in May 1945, Frohriep, by now aged 17, found that his home city had become part of the […]

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  • Justin Fashanu

    1961 - 1998

    Justin Fashanu (1961 - 1998)

    Justin Fashanu began his career as an apprentice with Norwich City, turning professional towards the end of December 1978. He made his league debut on 13 January 1979, against West Bromwich Albion, and settled into the Norwich side scoring regularly and occasionally spectacularly. In 1980, he won the BBC Goal of the Season award, for […]

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  • Justin Matthew Carmack

    1981 - 2000

    Justin Matthew Carmack (1981 - 2000)

    Actor. He began his career performing with the UCLA School of Theater stage stock and became regular appearing in the role of Scott, on the television series “Full House”. His promising career was cut short when died in an auto accident at age 19. (bio by: John “J-Cat” Griffith)

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  • Justin Mentell

    1982 - 2010

    Justin Mentell (1982 - 2010)

    Mentell was born in Austin, Texas. He made his stage debut at three years of age as an orphan in Miss Liberty, and went on to appear in local theater productions, among them the musical Peter Pan, in which he portrayed one of the Lost Boys. After the family moved to Waukegan, Illinois, Mentell joined […]

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  • Justin Tubb

    1933 - 1998

    Justin Tubb (1933 - 1998)

    Justin Tubb was an American country music singer and songwriter. Born in San Antonio, Texas, he was the oldest son of legendary country singer Ernest Tubb, known for popular songs like Blue Eyed Elaine. By 1954 Tubb made it on the country chart with two duets with Goldie Hill—(“Looking Back to See” and “Sure Fire […]

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  • Justine Johnstone

    1895 - 1895

    Justine Johnstone (1895 - 1895)

    Justine Johnstone (January 31, 1895 – September 4, 1982) was an American stage and silent screen actress. She was later a pathologist and expert on syphilis. Working under her married name, Justine Wanger, she was part of the team that developed the modern intravenous drip technique. She attended Emma Willard School in Troy, New York. An […]

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  • Justus D. Barnes

    1862 - 1946

    Justus D. Barnes (1862 - 1946)

    Actor. A rugged heavy of early silent cinema, he played the lead bandit in the landmark “The Great Train Robbery” (1903), reputedly the first narrative film. It was his screen debut. Barnes was a veteran stage performer when Edison director Edwin S. Porter cast him in his 10-minute western epic; sporting a fake bushy mustache […]

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