June Whitfield Bio


June Whitfield was a famous English actress who had a lead role in Beggar My Neighbor. She died on 29 December 2018 and is survived by daughter Suzy.

Relationship Statistics of June Whitfield

What is June Whitfield marital status ? (single, married, in relation or divorce):Widow
How many children does June Whitfield have ? (name):One daughter (Suzy)
Is June Whitfield having any relationship affair ?: No
Is June Whitfield lesbian ?: No

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On talking about her relationship status, in 1955, she married Timothy John Aitchison, who was working as a surveyor. The couple had been blessed with a daughter named Suzy (born 4 June 1960), who has become an actress.

However, her husband died on 24 October 1955.

Who is June Whitfield?

June Whitfield was an English actress. She had played the leading role in the television sitcom Beggar My Neighbour which ran for three series.

June Whitfield: Birth fact, Family, Childhood

She was born in England on Wednesday, November 11, 1925, her birth sign was Scorpio. She died on 29 December 2018.

Besides this, Whitefield’s father was the managing director of a company called Dictograph Telephones that her father started in York’s hire. Both of her parents were amateur actors.

Moreover, discussing his childhood, she has not mentioned his childhood to the media or public.

June Whitfield: Education History

Before being evacuated in World War II to Bognor Regis, Whitfield attended Streatham Hill High School.  Later, she attended St Michael’s School.  Subsequently, she was at Penzance in Cornwall.

She and her parents moved to Huddersfield, where she also learned shorthand and typing.

She graduated from the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art with a diploma in 1944.

June Whitfield: Early life profession and career

Whitfield started her career in radio in the 1940s with Wilfred Pickles and worked on stage in the West End and the regions. she had her first credited television role in The Passing Show, and she joined the London cast of South Pacific in 1951.

In 1953  she replaced the emigrating Joy Nichols on the successful Muir and Norden radio comedy Take It From Here, co-starring Jimmy Edwards and Dick Bentley and in the portion of the show known as “The Glums” she played Eth, fiancée of the dim Ron Glum.

Besides Whitfield had many supporting roles on television, including in Dixon of Dock GreenArthur’s Treasured Volumes,  The Arthur Askey Show, Faces of Jim, The Benny Hill Show, Steptoe and Son, and Frankie Howard. She played the nurse in the opening scene of  The Blood Donor during the next 15 years.

As well as she appeared in carrying On Nurse, the first of her four appearances in the Carry On film series in 1959.

June Whitfield
Caption: June Whitfield in Beautiful Outfit (Source: Daily Mail )

June Whitfield: Lifetime time achievement and awards

In 1985 Whitfield was awarded the OBE (Officer of the Order of the British Empire) Queen’s Birthday Honours List for her services to drama.

June Whitfield: Controversy and Rumor

As she has been maintaining her personal life so well, so she has not been the part of any controversy and rumor.

June Whitfield: Salary and the Net worth

She earns a huge amount of salary but has not disclosed to the media. However, she has an estimated net worth of $12 Million that she earns from her successful profession.

June Whitfield: Body measurement

She had an average body type with white hair and dark brown eyes. she was 5 feet 1 inch tall with unknown body mass.

June Whitfield: Social media

She was far away from the media. she did not use Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.

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