Lea Thompson (born May 31, 1961 in Rochester, Minnesota) is an American actress. Thompson played Lorraine Baines McFly in the Back to the Future trilogy, as well as the title role in the sitcom Caroline in the City. She also starred in the failed movies Howard the Duck and SpaceCamp.
She married movie director Howard Deutch.
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She married movie director Howard Deutch. She is a supporter of AFC Wimbledon. She also starred in the failed movies Howard the Duck and SpaceCamp. Their daughter, Suzy Aitchison, is also an actress. Thompson played Lorraine Baines McFly in the Back to the Future trilogy, as well as the title role in the sitcom Caroline in the City. She was married to husband Tim Aitchison for 45 years until his death in 2001. Lea Thompson (born May 31, 1961 in Rochester, Minnesota) is an American actress. June was awarded with an OBE in 1985 for services to her profession and a CBE for similar reasons 13 years later.
She has also appeared as the housekeeper on Friends and was acclaimed for her performance as Miss Marple on BBC Radio 4. In more recent times, she was personally sought out by writer Jennifer Saunders for her sitcom Absolutely Fabulous to play lead character Edina's mother. A minor parody of this title was concoted by Julian Clary for his Channel 4 sitcom Terry And Julian, and June was recruited to play a role in this. She is best known, however, for playing the wifely half of a partnership with Terry Scott in BBC sitcom Terry And June, which initially began under the title Happy Ever After and ran from 1974 until 1988 (though the surnames for the couple were changed for the relaunch of the new title).
June is one of the few surviving stars of the Carry On films, appearing in four of the movies. She was in the BBC radio series Take It From Here as Eth, Ron Glum's fiancee; and is a long-standing participant in the topical series The News Huddlines with Roy Hudd. Mainly known for comic roles, June starred in many radio comedies in her early career, playing opposite male comedians, such as Frankie Howerd and Tony Hancock. June Whitfield (born London, November 11, 1925) is a highly-respected veteran British actress who has worked constantly for more than 50 years.