Actress June Wilkinson was widely known for her presence on the silver screen. Wilkinson's earliest roles were in film, including the Walter Reed mystery "Macumba Love" (1960), the fantastical comedy "The Private Lives of Adam and Eve" (1960) with Mickey Rooney and "Too Late Blues" (1961). She also appeared in the Dean Martin comedy adaptation "Who's Got the Action?" (1962). She continued to work steadily in film throughout the eighties, appearing in the Vince Edwards action flick "Texas Sno-Line" (1985), "Vasectomy, a Delicate Matter" (1986) with Paul Sorvino and "Talking Walls" (1987) with Stephen Shellen. Toward the end of her career, she continued to act in the Brad Dourif comedy "Medium Rare" (1989) and the Abe Vigoda action film "Keaton's Cop" (1990). Most recently, Wilkinson appeared on "The Directors: David Mamet" (Starz, 2003-04).