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Super Gran dies as beloved Scots actress Gudrun Ure passes away aged 98

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Beloved Super Gran star Gudrun Ure has tragically died at the age of 98, according to reports.The hugely popular Scots actress is best known for her role in the children's TV series from the 1980s about a gran with superpowers.She was born in Campsie, Stirlingshire and also appeared in shows like Casualty and Midsomer Murders throughout her career, which began in 1951.Her death was confirmed by her niece Kate McNeill.Ms McNeill remembered her as a "really kind" person who was happy to be recognised for her most famous role.She added that when she last saw her aunt in December, the actress had enjoyed hearing that there were plans to reboot the TV show as a new film, and recalled the likes of George Best appearing on the programme.Her niece added: "She had a very memorable voice.

I remember my husband was watching Casualty one night, and I went 'that's Gudrun' as soon as I heard the voice."Ure was married for over 40 years to John Ramsay, who died in 2008.

The couple had a stepson, Gordon.She lived in London and died at her home.Devastated fans took to X, formerly known as Twitter, to share their sadness with one writing: “So sad to hear that actress Gudrun Ure has died today at the age of 98."Born in Milton in Campsie, she was a seasoned actress of stage and screen.

She was much-loved as Super Gran, the main character of the 1980s TV show.”Another fan wrote: “Sad news coming in that Supergran AKA Gudru Ure has passed away at the grand old age of 98.”A third commented: “Ah no!

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