Los Angeles, California, USA
Place of Death
Home in Santa Monica California
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Leave it to Beaver
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Barbara Billingsley (December 22, 1915 - October 16, 2010) was an American film, television, voice and character actress of stage, who in her five decades of television came to prominence in the 1950s in the big screen in The Careless Years opposite Natalie Trundy, followed by her best-known role, that of June Cleaver on Leave it to Beaver and its sequel Still the Beaver (also known as The New Leave It to Beaver).
She and her first husband, Glenn Billingsley, a successful restaurateur, had two sons, Drew and Glenn, Jr. Since 1974, Drew and Glenn have owned and operated Billingsley`s Steak House restaurant in West Los Angeles, in the tradition of their father and their great-uncle, Sherman Billingsley, founder of New York City`s very fashionable 1940s-era nightclub, the Stork Club. Billingsley divorced Glenn Billingsley, but kept his surname professionally. She later married Roy Kellino, a director. After Kellino`s death, she married Dr. William Mortensen, who died in 1981. She was related by marriage to actor/producer Peter Billingsley. Her first husband Glenn`s cousin was Peter`s mother, Gail Billingsley. Billingsley died in Santa Monica, California on October 16, 2010, two months before her 95th birthday.
She had 9 hobbies including those of: gardening, dining, watching movies, listening to radio, tennis, drinking wine, spending time with her family, sewing and traveling.
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George Washington High School in Los Angeles, California, in 1934.
Los Angeles Junior College
Full Name at Birth
Barbara Lillian Combes
Barbara Lillian Billingsley (December 22, 1915 – October 16, 2010) was an American film, television, voice and stage actress. She gained prominence in the 1950s movie The Careless Years, acting opposite Natalie Trundy, followed by her best–known role, that of iconic 1950s mother figure June Cleaver on the television series Leave It to Beaver (1957–63) and its sequel The New Leave It to Beaver.
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