Dame Julie Whitfield, a London-born actress known for her role in the favorite comedy series Really extraordinary, died at the age of 93.
Whitfield is also known for his BBC sitcom Terry and June, and his appearance in 2009 Doctor who is Special Christmas and New Year "The End of Time."
The actress' agent said he died peacefully at his home on Friday night, according to a report from the BBC.
While Doctor who is fans might recognize him because of his role as Minnie Hooper in an episode that saw Matt Smith leave, and regenerate Doctor as David Tennant, time in Really extraordinary has got a fan score.
His daughter on display, Julia Sawalha paid homage to her on social media after the news of her death.
thank you #damejunewhitfield, to teach me my craft with grace and dignity. I always want you to know how amazed you are for me, however, you are always too humble to accept //t.co/2wc2G3bQ0G is my source of inspiration. Bye-bye Gran
– Julia Sawalha (@ JuliaSawalha1) December 29, 2018
BBC comedy controller Shane Allen made a statement about Whifield and its impact on the British comedy scene during his career.
"His spectacular career is unparalleled in his long life, with seven decades being a key element in various famous and successful shows. He is a female comedy player who entered his generation and has always been in demand by British comedy creams."
BBC Surrey plans to replay their last interview with the actress, which aired this Sunday.
We will replay what happened #JuneWhitfieldThe final interview, given to David Hamilton, as a tribute to the truly extraordinary actress, Sunday 12-1pm. This is a special excerpt recorded by June and David to promote the program. pic.twitter.com/K5NwOhPeaz
– BBC Surrey (@BBCSurrey) December 29, 2018