Beloved Comedic Actress Dies Following Complications During Operation; 'One Of The Greatest'

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September 07, 2018

It comes with great sadness to inform our readers of a death of a beloved, comedic actress. She passed away at London's Brompton hospital on Thursday, according to BBC.

At this time, we are asking our readers to keep the family in their thoughts and prayers as they go through a very difficult time. Many fans and celebrities have poured out their condolences and prayers to the family via social media sites. Many celebrities have paid heartfelt tributes as well.

She was "one of the greatest comedic actresses of her era," director Michael Armstong said.

"Her legacy of work will serve as a masterclass for future generations, RIP, dearest Liz. X," he wrote.

"Carry On" films actress Liz Fraser has passed away, according to reports. She died at the age of 88.

On Thursday, September 6, Fraser was at London's Brompton hospital where she later died of complications following an operation, said her agent according to BBC.

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Fraser acted in "Carry On" films including, "Carry On Cruising," "Carry On Regardless, and "Carry On Cabby." She was reportedly dropped from the series of films due to her criticising the way the company marketed their films. But 12 years later, she returned in the 1975's "Carry On Behind" film.

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Fraser continued working in the entertainment industry, such as more movies and TV shows. Her cousin Lesley Fernandez-Armesto said that Fraser had been still working up until last year.

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"Liz was a fabulous comic talent who played the dolly bird support to leading men... but shone in her own regard and, through, dozens of roles, entertained and brought laughter to millions across the last seven decades," said editor of the British Comedy Guide Aaron Brown.

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Fraser, whose real name was Elizabeth Joan Winch, grew up in Southwark which is south of London, and made her film debut in 1955 with "Touch and Go." In 1959, she had her first major role in "I'm All Right Jack" with her role as Seller's daughter.

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Fraser had been married twice, first to a salesman named Peter Yonwin, and later to a TV director Bill Hitchcock. She had no children.