Born 1940 in London, English model and actress June Palmer began work as a topless dancer at the Windmill Theatre in London, and started modeling professionally in the late-1950s. She appeared in 8mm glamour films made by Harrison Marks (Flesh and Fantasie; Nightmare at Elm Manor; Photo Session; Star Strip; Dream Goddess; China Garden and The Naked World of June Palmer), Russell Gay (So Fur, So Good; Beauty and the Barn), Express Films (Body Beautiful) and Arthur Howell (June in Orbit; Calamity June; Castaway; Mission Possible and Special Agent).
Palmer later played minor parts in movies, including Taste the Blood of Dracula (1969), The Nine Ages of Nakedness (1969), Games That Lovers Play (1971) and On the Game (1974). Although she stopped modeling for magazines in 1970, Palmer continued to do some private modeling for London’s various camera clubs until 1987.
Photographer Irv Carsten said this about Palmer in the March 1962 issue of Modern Man, “I felt ashamed using an automatic camera. Her posing is second nature, she’s beautiful from any angle, and without camera settings to make, there’s nothing to do but watch.”
Palmer died in 2004 at the age of 63.
Take a look at these glamorous photos to see the beauty of young June Palmer in the 1960s.