June Squibb Bio, Age, Son, Family, Net Worth, Movies, Interview

June Squibb Biography

June Squibb born as June Louise Squibb is an Award winning American actress. She is known for Nebraska (2013), About Schmidt (2002) and In & Out (1997).

June Squibb Age

She was born on November 6, 1929 in Vandalia, Ilinois, U.S. She is 89 years old as of 2018.

June Squibb Family | June Squibb Young

She was born and raised in the family of JoyBelle Squibb and Lewis Squibb. Her father was in the insurance business and served in the United States Navy for World War II while her mother was a golfer and a well known piano player who won the World Championship Old Time Piano Playing Context in 1975 and 1976.

June Squibb  Husband | June Squibb Son

She was married to Charles Kakatsakis until the time of his death in July 10, 1999. They were blessed with a son, Harry Kakatsakis, an actor who was born on March 17, 1970.

June Squibb Photo

She was previously married to Edward Leon Sostek in 1953 and got divorced with him on 1959.

June Squibb Movies And TV Shows






Summer ’03


Ralph Breaks the Internet

Jimmy’s Grandma


Table 19

Jo Flanagan

Father Figures

Mrs. Hunt


Other People



I’ll See You in My Dreams


Love the Coopers

Aunt Fishy



Kate Grant


The Man Who Shook the Hand of Vicente Fernandez


Would You Rather



Atlas Shrugged: Part I

Mrs. Hastings

The Perfect Family

Mrs. Punch

The Big Year

Old Lady


Just Add Water



Welcome to Mooseport



About Schmidt

Helen Schmidt

Far from Heaven

Elderly Woman


Meet Joe Black



In & Out

Cousin Gretchen


The Age of Innocence

Mingott Maid


Scent of a Woman

Mrs. Hunsaker









Good Girls




Barbara Baker

Grey’s Anatomy

Elsie Clatch

I’m Sorry



The Big Bang Theory

Constance, Sheldon’s ‘Meemaw’



Modern Family

Auntie Alice

Dream Corp, LLC

Patient 54


Rosie (voice)


The Jack and Triumph Show

June Gregory

7 Days in Hell

Elizabeth II

Axe Cop

Tutukaka Female (voice)

Wander Over Yonder

Stella Starbella (voice)



Code Black




Grandma Flo


Maggie Banks

Devious Maids

Velma Mudge


Getting On

Varla Pounder


The Millers




Jamie Isaacson

Mike & Molly






The Young and the Restless



Cold Case

Annette Hicks

Shark Swarm

Bess Wilder


The Bill Engvall Show


A Stranger’s Heart

Aunt Cass


7th Heaven

Ms. Rusnak


Ghost Whisperer





The Bernie Mac Show


Two and a Half Men


Curb Your Enthusiasm

Mrs. Cone


Judging Amy

Louise Flowers



Social Security Daughter

Just Shoot Me!

Mrs. Pebbles




1995; 1999

Law & Order

Sylvia Sherman / Eileen De Rose


CBS Schoolbreak Special


June Squibb Net Worth

She has an estimated net worth of $1 million.

June Squibb Gypsy

She made her Broadway debut in the original production of Gypsy starring Ethel Merman, taking over the role of stripper Electra in 1960. Gypsy is a 1959 musical with music by Jule Styne, lyrics by Stephen Sondheim, and a book by Arthur Laurents.

June Squibb Scent Of A Woman

She played her role as Mrs. Hunsaker in the movie Scent Of A Woman, a 1992 American drama film produced and directed by Martin Brest that tells the story of a preparatory school student who takes a job as an assistant to an irritable, blind, medically retired Army officer.

June Squibb Awards | June Squibb Oscars


Title of work





Boston Society of Film Critics Award for Best Cast


Satellite Award for Best Cast – Motion Picture


Satellite Award for Best Supporting Actress – Motion Picture



Boston Society of Film Critics Award for Best Supporting Actress


Guardian Film Award for Best Supporting Actor


Santa Barbara International Film Festival – Virtuoso Award


June Squibb Interview

Full Interview with June Squibb

Source: independent.com

What was your reaction to Bob Nelson’s script when you first read it? And to your character, Kate?

Oh, I loved it. I thought it was wonderful. I thought, “Oh boy, to do these things and to say these things. This is just delicious.”

Did you start cussing around the house more?

(Laughs.) No, I didn’t. I have been known to use a few words around the house, but I left most of it for the set.

Do you understand Kate differently now than when you first took on the role?

No, I think I see her the same way. And I have seen the film quite a few times. She’s still the same lady to me, and I love her. I think she’s great.

Was working with Alexander Payne different this time around,versus when you worked with him on About Schmidt?

No, not really. We had such a good relationship the first time, and I think we respected each other, and I think we have done really good work together. I mean, we’ve spent more time together, and this was a much larger role, so I spent a lot more time on set with him, and I think it just sort of solidified our relationship. It’s much stronger now.

Were you filming in a lot of the same parts of Nebraska?

Well, no. I had been in Omaha when I was in About Schmidt. We were in Omaha shooting, that’s where we shot that film, and they had given me a car, so I used to drive around, and I got to know that city pretty well. And I love that city. It’s a great city, but I did not know much about rural Nebraska, though I am familiar with rural Illinois, of course, and those areas are nearly the same. That whole area of the Midwest is very much the same. But, this time it was still a whole different thing. We went from small town to small town. We would go into a bar in one town, and then maybe a store in another town, all to make up this town of Hawthorne.

Did anything about filming in those locations remind you of where you came from?

Yes. The people especially did. I mean, all those scenes with all the family together. The dinner table, with everyone talking together. And the scene with the men sitting there watching television, I kept thinking,“Oh my god, if I haven’t seen that a lot,” you know?

What are you doing when you drive around Omaha?

Well, I found a really good vegan [pronounced “vay-gin”] place. I’m not necessarily vegan completely, but I enjoy that food, so I ate there quite a bit. And I went to a lot of the stores, and I went to that wonderful new downtown area that has been renovated completely, so I toodled around quite a bit.

So is that the June Squibb tip for Omaha? Toodle to the vegan restaurant?

[Laughs.] Well I also hit the steakhouse a lot, so there you are.

What has all of this attention been like?

Well, it’s been nonstop. We did Cannes in May, and then we sort of started this all again in August with screenings. And it’s been pretty busy since. I had no idea. I didn’t know all of the time that was involved. I really didn’t.

Cannes? What was that like? Had you been before?

No. I had never been before. And it was so, so exciting, and it’s so beautiful. We were in that famous hotel, I can’t even think of the name of it now, but, anyway, I had a room in the front of it, facing the Mediterranean. It was spectacular. You can see all of the yachts and everything. And then, of course, there was the film screening. When the film showed, we got a 10-minute standing ovation. So that was exciting.

Did you get a chance to explore Cannes, in June Squibb fashion?

No, not really. We were only there for three days, and we didn’t really have time to do anything except, you know, all the press, and the premiere. It was all to do with the film.

So you’re enjoying this? All the hoopla?

Well, yeah. I mean, I enjoyed the Golden Globes, and the SAG, and I know the Oscars will be the most important, and that more people will be watching that. It’s all been really fun; it really has.

Was this role more challenging than others that you’ve had? More enjoyable?

Oh, yes. I mean, I’ve had some wonderfully fun and, you know, large roles onstage, but certainly in film this is the most complex and the largest role that I have done.

Was there any adjustment period necessary for you to feel ready to be Kate? Or did it come to you pretty naturally?

I felt comfortable from when I first read the script because I felt like I knew this woman. I really did. And I think that relates back to Illinois and my mother and my aunts and other women that I knew. I just felt comfortable with it. I mean, it certainly reminded me of my family, out in the Dakotas and Montana and Nebraska … so many people have said that: that it reminds them of their families or that it brings so many things back.

What’s next? Are you working on anything now?

No, I’m not. Some things have come in, but I’ve decided not to do them. I want to finish all of this. I mean, if something came up that I really liked, then I’d commit to doing it, but at this point there hasn’t been anything that I’ve been that crazy to do. I will, though. As soon as this is over, I’m sure I’ll have some things to do then.

All right, last question, June. Who is your Super Bowl pick?

Oh my, well, let’s see… Who is it? Denver and… San Francisco?

Oh, close. Seattle.

Oh, Seattle. Well, I’m not much of a football fan, but if you ask me about basketball then I can rattle it off …

Is that right? Who’s your team?

Well, it was the Knicks for years, but then I left. And I haven’t committed out here, but I think that if I do, it’ll be the Clippers.

Well, you may have left New York at the right time if you’re a Knicks fan …

[Laughs.] You’re right. They haven’t done so well since I stopped watching them.

So, basketball aside, please, tell me who you think is going to win the Super Bowl.

[Long pause.] Seattle.

June Squibb News

Oscar Nominee June Squibb to Join Broadway Cast of Waitress

Source: theatermania.com

Oscar nominee June Squibb (Nebraska) will join the cast of Broadway’s Waitress for a run November 19-January 6. Squibb will take on the newly renamed role of Josie, the owner of the pie diner. The role, originally called Joe, was originated by Dakin Matthews and is currently played by Al Roker.

Squibb will star opposite Nicolette Robinson, who has extended her run in the musical through December 9. Inspired by Adrienne Shelly’s 2007 motion picture, Waitress features music and lyrics by Sara Bareilles, a book by Jessie Nelson, and direction by Diane Paulus.

The production opened April 24, 2016, at the Brooks Atkinson Theatre, and earned four Tony nominations.

Waitress also features NaTasha Yvette Williams, Lenne Klingaman, Drew Gehling, Ben Thompson, Benny Elledge, Alex Wyse, Mariam Bedigian,Tyrone Davis, Jr., Law Terrell Dunford, Andrew Fitch, London Skye Gilliam, Molly Hager, Tiffany Denise Hobbs, Jessie Hooker-Bailey, Molly Jobe, Brandon Kalm, Anastacia McCleskey, Stephanie Torns, and Dan Tracy.