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Andrée Melly (born 15 September 1932 in Liverpool) is an English actress.

She appeared in many British films, including the 1954 comedy The Belles of St Trinian's and the 1960 Hammer Horror film The Brides of Dracula. She played Tony Hancock's girlfriend in the second and third radio series of Hancock's Half Hour from 1955 to 1956 and also appeared in many British television shows, until 1990.

She was a regular panellist in the early years of the long-running BBC radio comedy, Just a Minute. Along with Sheila Hancock, she was one of the most popular female contestants, appearing in fifty-four episodes between 1967 and 1976. In 1972, she hosted an episode.

She is a sister of the late jazz legend George Melly.

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