June Tripp, sometimes known just by her screen name, "June", was a British actress, who made a handful of films, mostly in the silent era.
In 1929, she married Lord Inverclyde, and left theater and film to become a London socialite. After her marriage, she made a few brief stage appearances in the early 1930s and appeared in a cameo role in Forever and a Day.
- The Lodger: A Story of the London Fog (1927) — cast: Daisy Bunting - Their Daughter
- Forever and a Day (1943) — cast: VAD girl
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