June Blair, a movie and tv actress by the 1950’s and ’60s that featured on “The Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet” because the spouse to her real-life husband David Nelson, died in Sherman Oaks on Monday. She was 90 years previous.
Blair’s dying was confirmed by a tribute submit on Fb by her niece, Tracy Kristine Nelson.
Blair’s most outstanding function got here on the ’60s sitcom “The Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet,” although it arrived after she had already made her debut on the sequence as different characters. Throughout the present’s tenth season, Blair was reintroduced as Mrs. June Nelson, the spouse to David Nelson and daughter-in-law to Ozzie and Harriet. June appeared in 28 episodes of the sequence, remaining connected to the comedy by its 14th and remaining season in 1966.
Born in San Francisco, Calif. on Oct. 30, 1932, Blair was deserted by her dad and mom at a younger age and grew up as a ward of the state of California. She made her display screen debut in 1956 with a activate CBS’ “Our Miss Brooks.”
Although she left display screen appearing following the conclusion of “Ozzie and Harriet,” Blair had accrued a sequence of notable credit earlier than becoming a member of the comedy, with outstanding roles in movies resembling “Hell Certain, “The Rabbit Entice” and “The Island of Misplaced Girls.” Blair was additionally featured as Playboy’s Playmate of the Month within the January 1957 version of the publication.
Blair met her husband engaged on the Western sequence “Two Faces West.” The 2 married in Could 1961, with Nelson’s youthful brother, Ricky Nelson, serving as finest man. June and David later divorced in June 1975.
Blair is survived by her two sons, Daniel and James, and her granddaughter, Paige.