Dan Duryea and June Vincent in the trailer of Black Angel (1946)
|Born||Dorothy June Smith
July 17, 1920
Harrod, Ohio, U.S.
|Died||November 20, 2008
Aurora, Colorado, U.S.
|Spouse(s)||Bill Sterling (m. 1943–2002; his death; 3 children)|
June Vincent (July 17, 1920 – November 20, 2008) was an American actress.
Life and career
Vincent's acting career began in Keene, New Hampshire, where she acted in summer theater. A newspaper article published July 7, 1944, reported, "she was urged to go to Hollywood by talent scouts. Universal promptly signed her." (A different version of Vincent's going to Hollywood appears in the book Ladies of the Western: Interviews with Fifty-One More Actresses from the Silent Era to the Television Westerns of the 1950s and 1960s. Michael G. Fitzgerald and Boyd Magers quote Vincent's recollection, "I was a model — someone saw my picture — and I landed a stock contract at Universal.")
Film and television
Vincent began her career in film in the early 1940s. After having made 50 films, she retired from that field when her second child was born.
She later became a successful television actress appearing in many programs throughout the 1950s, 1960s, and 1970s. She appeared in an episode of Paladine and she made five guest appearances on Perry Mason including the roles of murderer Madge Wainwright in the 1959 episode, "The Case of the Bartered Bikini," and title character and murder victim Laura Randall in the 1961 episode, "The Case of the Wintry Wife."
|1943||Honeymoon Lodge||Carol Sterling Crump|
|1944||Can't Help Singing||Jeannie McLean|
|1945||That's the Spirit||Libby Cawthorne Gogarty|
|1946||Black Angel||Catherine Bennett||Alternative title: The Black Angel|
|1948||Shed No Tears||Edna Grover|
|1948||The Creeper||Gwen Runstrom|
|1949||Mary Ryan, Detective||Estelle Byron|
|1950||Counterspy Meets Scotland Yard||Barbara Taylor|
|1951||Secrets of Monte Carlo||Stella Strutzenbacher|
|1952||The WAC from Walla Walla||Doris Vail||Alternative title: Army Capers|
|1952||Colorado Sundown||Carrie Hurley|
|1953||Clipped Wings||Doreen Thompson|
|1955||City of Shadows||Linda Fairaday|
|1959||The Miracle of the Hills||Mrs. Leonard|
|1951||Racket Squad||Marian Paulsen||1 episode|
|1953||The Abbott and Costello Show||Agnes||1 episode|
|1955||Father Knows Best||Mrs. Leslie Morell||1 episode|
|1956||Medic||Veda Talley||1 episode|
|1957||Dr. Christian||Angela||1 episode|
|1957||Have Gun Will Travel||Maria Rojas||Strange Vendetta|
|1957||Have Gun Will Travel||Martha Lathrop||The Colonel and the Lady|
|1958||Dick Powell's Zane Grey Theater||Abby Fraser||1 episode|
|1958–1961||Perry Mason||various characters||5 episodes|
|1959||Wanted: Dead or Alive||Stella Winter||1 episode|
|1960||Peter Gunn||Lisa Nye||1 episode|
|Richard Diamond, Private Detective||Grace Williams||Double Trouble|
|The Rifleman||Jenny Morgan||1 episode - The Visitor|
|1961||Have Gun Will Travel||Mrs. Decker||The Broken Image|
|1961||The Untouchables||Mrs. Randall||1 episode|
|1961–1962||Hawaiian Eye||Agnes Rondell||2 episodes|
|1962||Route 66||Dr. Anna Martin||"From An Enchantress Fleeing"|
|Target: The Corruptors||Alicia Farmer||"Fortress of Despair"|
|Tales of Wells Fargo||Grace Adams||"The Wayfarers"|
|1963||The Lieutenant||Martha||"A Touching of Hands"|
|Mr. Novak||Mrs. Wilder||"Love in the Wrong Season"|
|1964||Alfred Hitchcock Presents||Ruth Prine||1 episode|
|1965||The Andy Griffith Show||The Actress||1 episode|
|1966||That Girl||Mom||1 episode|
|Honey West||Victoria Tilson||"Like Visions and Omens... and All That Jazz"|
|1967||Family Affair||Sheila||1 episode|
|1969||Bewitched||Cynthia Monteagle||1 episode|
|1971–1972||Bright Promise||Dr. Amanda Winninger||Unknown episodes|
|1973||Kung Fu: SEASON 2||Meg||1 episode|
|1976||Maude||Ursula Harrison||1 episode|
- "Actress Is Mother". The Times Recorder. Ohio, Zanesville. Associated Press. August 7, 1945. p. 5. Retrieved September 5, 2016 – via Newspapers.com.
- "From Harrod to Hollywood".
- "Actress Never Lacks for Job". The Havre Daily News. Montana, Havre. July 7, 1944. p. 3. Retrieved September 5, 2016 – via Newspapers.com.
- Fitzgerald, Michael G.; Magers, Boyd (2006). Ladies of the Western: Interviews with Fifty-One More Actresses from the Silent Era to the Television Westerns of the 1950s and 1960s. McFarland. p. 295. ISBN 9781476607962. Retrieved 6 September 2016.
- Foote, Bob (September 29, 1957). "Playhouse Reopening With Lively Comedy". Independent Star-News. California, Pasadena. p. 16. Retrieved September 5, 2016 – via Newspapers.com.
- Hedda Hopper's staff (April 22, 1952). "Dana Andrews to Star in Prize Detective Tale". Chicago Tribune. Illinois, Chicago. p. Part 2 - page 4. Retrieved 6 September 2016.
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