June Blair Obituary: ‘Adventures Of Ozzie And Harriet’ Actress, Dies At 90

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June Blair, a famous American actress, and model who is best known for co-starring with her husband David Nelson in The Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet, has passed away in Sherman Oaks at the age of 90.

Susan Nelson, Blair’s daughter-in-law, told The Hollywood Reporter that Blair died of natural causes at her Sherman Oaks home on 4th December.

June Blair, a 1950s and 1960s film and television actress, was born in San Francisco on October 30, 1932.

June Blair was a model before making her screen debut on CBS’ Our Miss Brooks in 1956 as Miss Lonelyhearts columnist, which paved the way for an opportunity to work with the entertainment giant 20th Century Fox.

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Her most phenomenal role was in the 1960s sitcom The Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet, where she had previously played different characters.

During the show’s tenth season, Blair was replaced as Mrs. June Nelson, David Nelson’s wife, and Ozzie and Harriet’s daughter-in-law. June was in 28 episodes of the show, and she stayed with it until the end of its 14th and last season in 1966.

In 1957, She starred in the movie Hell Bound. And  Blair was also named Playboy’s Playmate of the Month in the January 1957 issue of the magazine.

In addition to Hell Bound, she appeared in Top Secret Affair, Conflict, This Could Be the Night, Man of a Thousand Faces, Bachelor Father, and My Man Godfrey in 1957. And In 1959, June Blair appeared in two movies: The Rabbit Trap and Island of Lost Women.

After appearing on the TV show Two Faces West, June Blair got engaged to David Nelson in April 1961. A month later, they married at Church of the Hills in Los Angeles, California. But later, in June 1975, June and David got a divorce, after which the model-turned-actress never remarried.

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