Eleanor Summerfield

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Eleanor Summerfield (7 March 1921 – 13 July 2001) was a British actress.

Summerfield was born in London in 1921. She received her acting training at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art. In the mid-1960s, she played P. G. Wodehouse' character Aunt Dahlia in the BBC One's World of Wooster. She was a team member on BBC Radio 4's Many a Slip.<!--AS PER WP:LEAD, ARTICLE SUMMARY AND SOME NOTABILITY CLAIMS WITH CURRENT CONTENT, TO BE REWORKED WHEN ARTICLE IS DEVELOPED-->

In the mid-1960s, she played P. G. Wodehouse's character Aunt Dahlia in BBC One's black-and-white TV series World of Wooster (1965–1967). She was also a regular on radio panel games, including BBC Radio's Just a Minute, and was a team member for the entire 15-year run of BBC Radio 4's game show Many a Slip (1964–1979). Her quick mind and infectious laugh endeared her to listeners.

She was the wife of actor Leonard Sachs, the mother of actor Robin Sachs and Toby Sachs, and grandmother of Kerry Sachs.

Eleanor Summerfield died in London on 13 July 2001, aged 80.

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