Eleanor Bron is an English stage, film and television actress, and an author. Her film roles include Ahme in the Beatles musical Help!, the Doctor in Alfie and Hermione Roddice in Women in Love. She has appeared in television series such as Yes Minister, Doctor Who and Absolutely Fabulous.
|Born:||March 14, 1938, Stanmore, Middlesex, England, UK|
|Partner(s):||Cedric Price, widowed|
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About Eleanor Bron
English stage, television and film actress who appeared in the Beatles' 1965 film, Help! and starred in The Last Laugh.
Eleanor Bron Before Fame
She studied at the North London Collegiate School and Newnham College, Cambridge.
Achievement of Eleanor Bron
She inspired the famous Beatles song, "Eleanor Rigby."
Eleanor Bron Family Life
She was in a long term relationship with architect Cedric Price until his death in 2003.
Associations of Eleanor Bron
She began her acting career by starring in the 1959 theatre production The Last Laugh with Peter Cook.
Information related to Eleanor Bron
- Jewish English actresses
- Women satirists
- People educated at North London Collegiate School
- English satirists
- English voice actresses
- Alumni of Newnham College, Cambridge