June Taylor (born January 29, 1912) was an American dancer and choreographer. She is best known for her work on The Jackie Gleason Show, for which she won three Emmy Awards.
Born in Chicago, Illinois, Taylor began her career as a dancer in the city’s nightclubs. She soon caught the eye of bandleader and television personality Jackie Gleason, who hired her to perform on his show. Taylor quickly became a fan favorite, thanks to her elegant dance routines and her striking physical appearance.
Over the course of her career, Taylor won three Emmy Awards for her work on The Jackie Gleason Show. She also appeared in a number of films and television shows, including The Ed Sullivan Show, The Love Boat, and Fantasy Island.
In her later years, Taylor continued to perform and teach dance. She died in 2004 at the age of 92.
Throughout her life, Taylor was known for her grace, beauty, and talent. She was a true pioneer in the world of television dance, and her influence is still felt today.