Una Stubbs is an actress, television personality and dancer, born in Welwyn Garden City, Hertfordshire on 1 May 1937. She started her career as the ‘cover girl’ for Dairy Box chocolates, making the move to television in 1956 as a dancer on music show, Cool for Cats. Her first major screen role was in Cliff
Richard’s 1963 film, Summer Holiday. A few years later she made her television breakthrough playing Rita, daughter of Alf Garnett, in Till Death Do Us Part. She appeared on television
regularly over the coming years, teaming up again with Cliff Richard on his BBC1 show, It’s Cliff Richard! Stubbs is fondly remembered by many as Aunt Sally from Worzel Gummidge, staring alongside John Pertwee and Barbara Windsor. Her television career has been long and varied with parts in many BritishTV shows such as, Heartbeat, Keeping Up Appearances, Born and Bred and since 2010 the part of Mrs Hudson in Sherlock.