Had one sister Cherry, and four brothers: Ed, Thomas, Victor, and Ulrich
With her sister Cherry, they were headliners in vaudeville and presented their slick acrobatic dancing act, appearing from New Orleans to New York City, on to California, Paris, Berlin, and London, where they were asked to perform for King George.
Appeared with her sister Cherry in the Ziegfeld Follies of 1934
Appeared with her sister Cherry in the Ziegfeld Follies of 1936, music by Vernon Duke and lyrics by Ira Gershwin, which opened January 30, 1936 at the Winter Garden Theatre and ran for 115 performances
Appeared with her sister Cherry in the musical You Never Know, music & lyrics By Cole Porter, which opened September 21, 1938 at the Winter Garden Theatre, NYC and ran for 78 performances
Best known in films for her acrobatic and contortionist abilities
In 1942 she married J. Moss "Dick" Terry, a radio announcer and writer, and had a son, Ricky
In 1942 returned to Broadway to appear in Count Me In
Appeared in the musical Annie Get Your Gun at the Griffith Park Greek Theater in the summer of 1949
After leaving films she opened a chain of dancing and acrobatics schools in Inglewood, California.
Died September 19, 1984 in an automobile accident
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Here are some pictures of June Preisser. Click on any of the pictures to see a larger image.
Early photos of June & Cherry Preisser. These photos are supplied by Cherry's daughter June!
June Presser and Mary Healy
Photos from Babes In Arms!
At a birthday party for Judy Garland. Ann Rutherford on the far left, June Preisser on the far right. Louis B. Mayer, Judy, and Mickey Rooney in the center.
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