June Carryl (Helstrom) Age, Wiki, Height, Husband, Boyfriend, Family, Biography & More
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|Real Full Birth Name||June Carryl|
|Famous for||Not Known|
|Social Media Accounts||Not Known|
|Age (How old, as of 2019)||53 years old.|
|Date of Birth||June 10, 1967|
|Birthplace||Iowa City, IA, US|
|Sexuality (Gay or Lesbian)||Straight.|
|Sun Sign (Zodiac Sign)||Gemini|
|Current Residence||Not Known.|
|Height||5' 7" (1.7 m)|
|Body Measurements (Breast-waist-hips)||Not Known.|
|Eye Color||Not Known.|
|Hair Color||Not Known.|
|Net worth (approx.)||Not Known|
|Parents||Father: Name not Known.
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|Husband/Spouse Name||Not Known|
|Highest Qualification||Not Known.|
|Alma Mater.||Not Known|
About June Carryl:-
Playwright and actor June Carryl (born Lomena) grew up in Denver, Colorado. Starting out in Political Science at Brown, intending to be a lawyer, she bailed on the last round of LSAT’s and pursued a Ph.D. in English Literature instead. She wrote a play for her midterm in a Drama survey course taught by Paula Vogel (How I Learned To Drive, The Baltimore Waltz) who invited to join her playwriting class where she studied with two of the best writers to come out of that or any program, Pulitzer Prize Winner Nilo Cruz (Night Train to Bolina, Anna in the Tropics) and the late John C. Russell (Stupid Kids), as well as guest artists Aisha Rahman and Anna Deavere Smith.
June’s first play was a disaster, only one of two NOT to receive a production as part of the annual New Plays Festival. She went on to receive her MA in 1992, played Cassius in a well-received production of Julius Caesar with Fish on Fire Theater Company, and wrote a second play, a full length about a traveling circus. Perfect Freaks was presented at the George Houston Bass Memorial Play-Rites Festival at Rites & Reason Theater in 1993. In the same year she co-wrote Don’t Answer these Screams with Silence with Kelly Smith and Kathleen Jenkins to benefit the Rhode Island Coalition Against Domestic Violence for the 1993 International Women’s Playwriting Festival at Perishable Theater.
June moved to the Bay Area in 1993 to study acting and worked professionally for seven years and taught playwriting and acting workshops for high school students. She joined Z-Space (later the Z Collective) and later the Marin Playwrights Lab and produced an adaptation of Wole Soyinka’s Thinks Fall Apart and a one-act, The Art of Yes.
During her time in the Bay Area, June appeared in shows at the Magic (Pieces of the Quilt), San Francisco Shakespeare Festival (As You Like It, A Midsummer Night’s Dream) Berkeley Repertory Theater (Macbeth, Civil Sex), and A.C.T. (Insurrection: Holding History). In 1999 she received the Dean Goodman Choice Award for Best actress in Thick Description’s production of Venus by Susan-Lori Parks. She got her first film role in What Dreams May Come thanks to Barbie Stein and Nina Henninger. Thanks to her incredible agent Joan Spangler of LOOK Talent, June appeared as the surly secretary Sweet November starring Keanu Reeves and Charlieze Theron, and Woman on Top starring Penelope Cruz.
June moved to Los Angeles just in time to weep over the 2000 presidential election, picked up her mother’s maiden name and was hired for the first time to write a screenplay, The Will, a gothic horror film for Deak Ferrand (Hatch Pictures) and Ken Rosen. In 2003 she was commissioned to write The Rings of Saturn for Visible Theater in New York, which was later performed for The Blank Theatre’s Living Room Series directed by Daniele Nathanson in 2004 followed by God’s Wife in a staged reading at Zephyr theater. In 2005 she appeared in The Threepenny Opera at Odyssey Theater with Paul Dillon.
In 2007 she wrote her second feature, The Pursuit of Happy and began developing a new feature about the genocide in Zimbabwe in the 1980s. June is a member of the Actors Studio
June Carryl Career:-
June Carryl played a nurse in the season twelve Grey’s Anatomy episode Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner. She also played Jack’s therapist in the season two Station 19 episode Crash and Burn.
June Carryl is a playwright, actor and director originally from Denver and currently lives in Los Angeles. Her plays include LA BÊTE – A One Act (Encore! Producers Award, Spirit of the Fringe Award, Orgasmico Most Orgasmic Writing Award) 2014 Hollywood Fringe Festival; STONE ANGELS (Black Swan Lab 2013; nomination the Kilroys 2014), BLOWFLY (produced for Fresh Produced LA); MOURNING STORY and BABY TOES (Los Angeles Playwrights Lab Presents), SEDUCER (Summerfest 2009, Black Box Theater), THE RINGS OF SATURN (The Living Room Series, Blank Theatre), GOD’S WIFE (reading, Zephyr Theatre), and THE ART OF YES (reading, Playbrokers). June has received commissions from the Magic and Visual Artists Theater in New York. Her screenplay HARARE, HARARE was a semi-finalist in the 2008 Page Screenwriting Awards. Her directing credits include SUSPENDED (2015 Blank Theatre’s Young Playwrights Festival); RESTORE (2015 2Cents’ InkFest); ONION CREEK (Son of Semele), THE POSITION (Piano Fight), and the Blank’s Living Room Series. Recent acting credits include CASTLE, MAD DOGS, Coeurage Theatre’s FAILURE: A LOVE STORY directed by Michael Matthews; Oregon Shakespeare Festival’s production of Naomi Wallace’s THE LIQUID PLAIN directed by Kwame Kwei-Armah, and City Garage Theatre (THE TROJAN WOMEN).
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June Carryl Information
- June Carryl Age :- 53 Year
- June Carryl Height :- 5′ 7″ (1.7 m)
- June Carryl Boyfriend:- Not Known
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- Does June Carryl Drink Alcohol: Yes
- Does June Carryl smoke? :- No
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