June Haver

Born Jun 10, 1926

June Haver, was an American film actress. She is best remembered as a popular alternative to the musical film stars Betty Grable and Alice Faye in several musicals in the 1940s. Haver's second husband was the actor Fred MacMurray, whom she married after she retired from show business.… Read More

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1926 Birth Born on June 10, 1926.


1942 16 Years Old In the summer of 1942, Haver moved to Hollywood, where she finished high school. … Read More
1943 17 Years Old In 1943, Haver signed a $3,500 a week contract with the studio and made her film debut playing an uncredited role as a hat-check girl in The Gang's All Here. … Read More
1945 19 Years Old She even co-starred with Grable in the 1945 film, The Dolly Sisters, a film for which she had to put on weight. … Read More


1946 20 Years Old In 1946, she starred and received first-billing in Wake Up and Dream and Three Little Girls in Blue; both of which were well received and brought moderate success. … Read More
1947 21 Years Old On March 9, 1947, Haver married trumpet player James Zito. … Read More
1948 22 Years Old Haver filed for divorce less than a year after eloping with Zito, winning interlocutory decree on March 25, 1948. … Read More
1949 23 Years Old After her divorce from Zito, Haver started dating Dr. John L. Duzik, whom she had dated before her marriage to Zito; they planned on marrying, but Duzik died on October 31, 1949, following surgery complications. … Read More
1953 27 Years Old In February 1953, Haver became a postulant nun with the Sisters of Charity of Leavenworth, Kansas, but she stayed there only until October, saying she left because of "poor health".
1954 28 Years Old Around that time, Haver met Fred MacMurray, one of the wealthiest and most conservative men in Hollywood, again, and a romantic relationship developed. (When she was 18, she had worked on a film with him, but he was married at the time.) On June 28, 1954, they were married. … Read More


2005 79 Years Old Haver died from respiratory failure on July 4, 2005, at her home in Brentwood, California at the age of 79 and was buried with her husband at Holy Cross Cemetery, in Culver City. … Read More
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