Andree Milley, the cast member of Hancock’s half-hour has passed away at the age of 87. The actress died at her home in Ibiza.
She was the last surviving cast member of the legendary show Hancock’s half-hour. The comedy show was first aired in 1956.
Melly was the first panelist to win points for talking for the given 60 seconds without hesitation, and repetition. She appeared in 54 episodes of the show between 1967 and 1976.
Andree Milley was the sister of jazz musician George Melly. She once had a relationship with artist Lucien Freud. Later she married actor Oscar Quitak, with whom she lived in Ibiza.
She died on January 31 at her home in St Eulalia, Ibiza where she has lived for the past three decades.