How Did ‘Adventures Of Ozzie And Harriet’ Actress June Blair Die?
June Blair was an actress in movies and on TV in the 1950s and 1960s. She played her real-life husband, David Nelson’s wife, on “The Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet.” Blair died on Monday in Sherman Oaks. She had lived 90 years. Tracy Kristine Nelson, Blair’s niece, wrote a tribute to her on Facebook to let people know she had died.
Who Was ‘Adventures Of Ozzie And Harriet’ Actress?
Blair’s most famous role was on the 1960s sitcom “The Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet.” However, she had already been on the show as other characters when she got this part. During the show’s tenth season, Blair was brought back 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.
Blair was born in San Francisco, California, on October 30, 1932. Her parents left her when she was young, and she was raised in the state of California. She first appeared on TV in 1956 on the CBS show “Our Miss Brooks.” Even though she quit acting after “Ozzie and Harriet” ended, Blair had already had a number of essential roles in movies like “Hell Bound,”
“The Rabbit Trap,” and “The Island of Lost Women” before she joined the comedy. In the January 1957 issue of Playboy, Blair was also named the Playmate of the Month. While working on the Western show “Two Faces West,” Blair met her husband. In May 1961, the two of them got married. Nelson’s younger brother, Ricky Nelson, was the best man. In June 1975, June and David got a divorce. Blair’s two sons, Daniel and James, and her granddaughter, Paige, are all still alive.
What Happened To Actress June Blair?
According to www.thewrap.com, Blair died in Sherman Oaks, California, on Monday from a natural cause. In a Facebook post, her niece Tracy Kristine Nelson told the world that she had died.