Actress and model June Palmer was born on August 1, 1940, in London, England. She started out in the adult entertainment industry working as a topless dancer at the Windmill Theatre in London. She began modeling while still in her late teens in 1959. With her sweetly comely face, long black hair and generously proportioned ripe'n'robust 38-23-37 voluptuous figure, Palmer soon became a popular and beloved pin-up queen in both Britain and America. She achieved her greatest fame with her frequent collaborations with noted glamour photographer George Harrison Marks. Among the men's magazines Palmer graced the covers of and/or had pictorials in are "Fiesta," "Parade," "Adam," "Beau," "Dapper," "Modern Man," "Sir!," and "Monsieur." June popped up in minor parts in such films as On the Game (1974), the Hammer horror outing Taste the Blood of Dracula (1970), It's the Only Way to Go (1970), and The Nine Ages of Nakedness (1969). Of course, said small roles often featured Palmer in various stages of undress. She appears as herself in the comedic documentary The Naked World of Harrison Marks (1967) and also acted in a few "nudie-cutie" loops for Marks.
June retired from modeling in the late 1960s. However, she made a surprise comeback at age 37 with a stunning nude pictorial in the November 1977 issue of "Mayfair." In 1963, when she was 23 years old, June Palmer married the then 53-year-old photographer/stuntman Arthur Howell. In the 1960s they had started and run Strobe Studios in Clapham, South London, an LCC licensed model agency and photographic studio, which advertised in many of the photographic magazines such as Practical Photography. Strobe rented out their studio space to amateur and professional photographers, and provided them with the glamour models who were on Strobe’s books as photographic subjects. Mary Millington (at that time using her married name Mary Maxted), Carole Augustine and Ava Cadell all worked as models for Strobe Studios in the early 1970s. Palmer divorced Howell in 2000 (he died in August 2003). . She died suddenly at age 63 on January 6, 2004.
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