June Fairchild


Age: 68

Summary: former actress and go-go dancer who appeared in more than a dozen films including her memorable appearance as a druggie who snorted Ajax soap powder in 1978's Cheech & Chong's Up in Smoke, who also had parts in the 1971 basketball film Drive, He Said directed by Jack Nicholson as well as 1974's Thunderbolt & Lightfoot with Clint Eastwood and Jeff Bridges, but who was an addict and alcoholic who slept in a cardboard box on skid row in Los Angeles for a time.

Cause of Death: Liver cancer

Born: September 3, 1946

Died: February 17, 2015

Los Angeles, California