Una Stubbs was an English actress and a former dancer. After training in a dance school, Una spent her initial years as a professional dancer before joining the world of acting. She made her debut on TV with ‘Rush Hour’ and soon progressed to TV movies and feature films. She received her breakthrough when she was cast in the comedies ‘Till Death Us Do Part’ and ‘In Sickness and in Health’. Thereafter, Una did a variety of roles in an array of movies and TV series; her notable appearances include roles in ‘Worzel Gummidge’, ‘Worzel Gummidge Down Under’, ‘The Worst Witch’, and ‘Mist: The Tale of a Sheepdog Puppy.’ Despite a series of successes, Una’s name became globally famous after she appeared in the TV adaptation of ‘Sherlock’, co-starring with Benedict Cumberbatch and Martin Freeman. Her role as Mrs. Hudson won the hearts of many critics, and she was universally praised for her impressive performance. Since appearing in ‘Sherlock’, Una Stubbs worked in ‘The Durrells in Corfu’ and ‘Murder on the Blackpool Express’.