June Wilkinson
British model and actor
June Wilkinson
June Wilkinson is an English model and actress, known for her appearances in Playboy magazine and in films of the 1960s. One of the world's most-photographed women in the late 1950s and early 1960s, at the height of her career she was called "the most photographed nude in America".
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Loose Pass - Planet Rugby
Google News - over 5 years
Came early June, Wilkinson was ahead by a point - his 1195 to Carter's 1188. Carter's off-day against Fiji prolonged Jonny's lead by a week but cut the deficit to one, a deficit Carter overturned a fortnight later with his ten-point haul against the
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Ray Fox calls and Pearson answers with a World 600 win - Lexington Herald Leader
Google News - almost 6 years
Pearson beamed in Victory Lane and gave the Hollywood starlet, busty British actress June Wilkinson, what probably rates the kiss of her life. “My wife, Helen, didn't much like me kissing the beauty queens that day, but I told her that's what NASCAR
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Edinburgh Fringe favourites Wit Tank to appear at The Brindley - ChesterChronicle.co.uk
Google News - almost 6 years
The Weekly News reported last week how comedy duo Joe Wilkinson and Gareth Richards were heading to the venue in June. Wilkinson has now been forced to pull out but will be replaced by sketch group Wit Tank. The group consists of Naz Osmanoglu,
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Breakspeare School Parent Staff Association shorlisted for 'Be a Local Star ... - Watford Observer
Google News - almost 6 years
June Wilkinson, spokeswoman for Breakspeare School Parent Staff Association, said: “We are delighted and thrilled to be shortlisted for the Douwe Egberts 'Be a Local Star' campaign. “The money will make a huge contribution to the refurbishment of our
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Classes teach art without angst - Rocky Mount Telegram
Google News - almost 6 years
Beginning in June, Wilkinson will offer short art summer camps for children and continue to have a variety of classes for adults. In the fall, she also will offer classes aimed at children. Classes already scheduled for next month include beginning
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Joch, Patricia Kaye (Wolf) - Appleton Post Crescent
Google News - almost 6 years
She was preceded in death by her parents, her husband Orville in 2008, three sons Gregory, Kevin and Mitchell, six brothers, LeRoy, Neil, Robert, Louis, Lee and Charles, two sisters, June Wilkinson and JoAnne Knowles. The funeral for Patricia will be
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Caroline Evans, Florent de Gantès
NYTimes - about 7 years
Caroline McMullan Evans and Florent de Gantès were married in New Orleans Tuesday. The Rev. William Gedge Gayle, an Episcopal priest, officiated, and the Rev. Arnold A. Bush, an Episcopal priest, took part in the ceremony at Christ Church Cathedral. Mrs. de Gantès, 29, is a second-year M.B.A. student at Harvard. She graduated summa cum laude from
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Vixens, Supervixens and Ultravixens
NYTimes - over 11 years
BIG BOSOMS AND SQUARE JAWS The Biography of Russ Meyer, King of the Sex Film. By Jimmy McDonough. Illustrated. 463 pp. Crown Publishers. $26.95. LONG before Janet Jackson and her -- let's face it -- dyspendulous Nipple of Doom, there were giants on the earth. There was Virginia (Ding Dong) Bell. And June Wilkinson. And Haji, the self-proclaimed
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The Next Court
NYTimes - over 16 years
'The next president is going to appoint three, maybe even four, justices of the Supreme Court,'' Al Gore declared in a moment of enthusiasm during the first presidential debate. But Gore and George W. Bush said little about their visions of the court, except to dance around the one question that has obsessed presidential candidates since 1980.
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Joseph Finley, 77, Labor Lawyer and Writer
NYTimes - over 19 years
Joseph Edwin Finley, a labor lawyer and union counsel who also wrote about labor and published a novel, died Tuesday at his home in Baltimore. He was 77. The cause was complications from a severe injury suffered in a fall at home, said his wife, Dr. Joanne Otte Finley. Mr. Finley was the general counsel of the 140,000-member Office and Professional
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NYTimes - over 30 years
THERE is a scissors in the logo for ''Vasectomy: A Delicate Matter,'' which opens today at Loews State and other theaters. In terms of taste, that pretty much says it all. The film is a low comedy starring Paul Sorvino, who rarely looks at anyone he's talking to and who explains half the things his character does by gesticulating and saying, ''I'm
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Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of June Wilkinson
  • 1997
    Age 56
    In 1997, in her late 50's, June came back for another nude shoot in The Best of Glamour Girls: Then and Now vol. 2 (Winter 1997).
    More Details Hide Details In 1999 when Playboy published its list of the "100 Sexiest Stars of the Century," June came in at #30. Currently she hosts "The Directors," a cable show in which she interviews filmmakers. She's also putting together a show about the history of fashion called "Glamour's First 5000 Years."
  • 1982
    Age 41
    The couple divorced in 1982, and Wilkinson never remarried.
    More Details Hide Details She has a daughter, Brahna.
  • 1972
    Age 31
    She met Dan Pastorini, NFL quarterback for the Houston Oilers and Oakland Raiders in 1972, and they were married in 1973.
    More Details Hide Details They co-starred in the 1974 film Florida Connection (also known as Weed), for the producer of Rage.
  • 1963
    Age 22
    Wilkinson was the star of director Myron Gold's 1963 film, La Rabia or The Rage.
    More Details Hide Details Directed in Mexico City, the film has Wilkinson as a stripper with a gigolo boyfriend.
  • 1962
    Age 21
    In December 1962, Wilkinson made her last appearance in Playboy, though her photos would continue to appear in the magazine in anniversary and retrospective features.
    More Details Hide Details Though she was never an official Playmate, she was featured in the magazine on seven separate occasions and was one of the magazine's most popular photo subjects. She appeared in more than fifty other men's magazines and newspapers from 1958–1970, making her one of the most well photographed models of the era.
    She had a brief role in John Cassavetes's 1962 film, Too Late Blues.
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  • 1961
    Age 20
    In 1961 Wilkinson made several stage appearances on the U.S. West coast with performers such as Louis Jordan in Marriage Go Round, Silvia Sidney in Come Blow Your Horn and Milton Berle in Norman, Is That You?
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  • 1960
    Age 19
    Wilkinson appeared in the 1960 voodoo film, Macumba Love, which promoted her measurements as "44-20-36".
    More Details Hide Details At times reported as up to "45-22-35", in 1963 Wilkinson stated that her measurements were actually "40-22-35".
    In 1960, Wilkinson was featured in Playboy four times, in June, July, August, October, and again in November.
    More Details Hide Details Her feature in the November issue was titled "The Bosom Revisits Playboy".
  • 1959
    Age 18
    Wilkinson appeared in Playboy again in August 1959 in a spread titled "The Bosom in Hollywood."
    More Details Hide Details During this period, she appeared with Spike Jones's band, together with actor Billy Barty. Recalling this period in her career, Wilkinson later remembered Barty with affection, but commented that Jones, off-stage, had no sense of humor.
  • 1958
    Age 17
    Her first appearance in Playboy, in September 1958, was titled "The Bosom".
    More Details Hide Details She was a brunette in those days, but in later shoots she was a blonde. Wilkinson's second Playboy appearance was photographed by Russ Meyer. Meyer was an independent photographer at the time, and filming his ground-breaking The Immoral Mr. Teas (1959). Because she was under contract to Seven Arts at the time, Wilkinson could not officially appear in Meyer's film. However, as an uncredited and unpaid favor to the director, Wilkinson's breasts can be seen through a window in one scene.
  • 1957
    Age 16
    Having started as a stage performer at the age of 12, she went on to become the youngest topless dancer, at the age of 15, at the Windmill Theatre in London from 1957 to 1958.
    More Details Hide Details During a promotional tour in the United States, she was discovered by Hugh Hefner.
  • 1940
    June Wilkinson was born 27 March 1940 in Eastbourne, England.
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