Dame Julie Whitfield, a well-known actor in London, for her role in the series of her favorite worship comedies Absolutely FabulousHe died at the age of 93.
Whitfield was also known for its BBC sitcom Terry and June, as well as the appearance of 2009 Doctor Who Christmas and New Year "End of the season" special.
The actor's agent died on Friday afternoon at home peacefully, according to a BBC report.
Meanwhile Doctor Who The fans will know Minnie Hooper's role, the departure of Matt Smith and the regeneration of Dr. David Tennant Absolutely Fabulous He won the fans' scores.
The screen's daughter Julia Sawalw paid homage to her in the media, after reporting her story.
Thank you #damejunewhitfieldTeach me my craft with my grace and dignity. Have you ever wanted to know what it was like? However, have you always been the lowest in my time? //t.co/2wc2G3bQ0G was a great source of inspiration. Goodbye Great.🙏🏻💕
– Julia Sawalha (@ JuliaSawalha1) December 29, 2019
The BBC made a comedy controller by Shane Allen about his statement about Whifield and his impact on Britain's commercial career.
"His spectacular career is unique throughout his life, at ten years of age, he is also a key element in high-profile and successful shows. He has a tendency for generational female comedians and has always been a fan of the British comedy."
BBC Surrey wants to repeat the last interview with an actor on Sunday Sunday.
We will play again what has been #JuneWhitfieldDavid Hamilton's latest interview, a truly wonderful actress, on Sunday 12-1pm. June and David's special trailer to promote the program. pic.twitter.com/K5NwOhPeaz
– BBC Surrey (@BBCSurrey) December 29, 2019