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|Died||March 22, 2019 (aged 81)|
|Alma mater||Virginia Commonwealth University|
|Awards||Theatre World Award (1960-1961)|
June Harding (September 7, 1937 – March 22, 2019) was an American actress who appeared in several 1960s TV shows. She is best known for appearing opposite Hayley Mills and Rosalind Russell in the Columbia Pictures film The Trouble with Angels. Like Mills, Harding chose not to reprise her role of Rachel Devery in the film's sequel, Where Angels Go, Trouble Follows.
In New York, she quickly landed a recurring role on the CBS soap opera As the World Turns. Harding appeared in the off-Broadway productions of The Innocents Abroad, The Boy Friend and Cry of the Raindrop, for which she won a Daniel Blum Theater World Award.
Harding was a regular cast member on The Richard Boone Show television anthology on NBC in 1963-1964. She appeared in two episodes of The Fugitive: as Joanna Mercer ("Moon Child", 1965); as Cathy ("Ten Thousand Pieces of Silver", 1966). Her Universal made-for-tv movie called Dial Hot Line spawned a series Matt Lincoln about an inner city psychiatrist. Harding continued her role of Ann on the ABC medical drama Matt Lincoln in 1970-1971
Harding retired from acting in the early 1970s. She settled in Blue Hill, Maine where she became an artist.
|1966||The Trouble with Angels||Rachel Devery|
|1970||Dial Hot Line||Ann||TV film|
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- June Harding on IMDb
- June Harding's Art Website (dead link)
- June Harding Art Prints
- Junesgorilla Studio in Blue Hill Maine
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