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Supergran star Gudrun Ure dies as fans left 'broken' by loss of global TV 'legend'

Gudrun Ure, the star of kids' show Supergran, has died at the age of 98. The beloved actress was a staple of childhoods around the world after the hit TV series that was translated to many languages globally, with the news of her death prompting a huge outpouring of tributes and condolences from all corners of the globe.

The renowned Scottish actress played a grandmother with remarkable powers in the ITV show, and enjoyed immense popularity when it aired between 1985 and 1987. Ure, who hailed from Campsie, Stirlingshire, had an illustrious acting career that began in 1951, featuring on widely watched shows such as 'Casualty' and 'Midsomer Murders'.

A wave of grief has swept across Twitter, with fans expressing their sorrow through heartfelt messages. One admirer tweeted: "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."

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Following the sad news of the death of actress Gudrun Ure, social media was flooded with fond remembrances of the star of TV series 'Supergran'. Tributes were led by Gudrun Ure's niece, Kate McNeill, who paid tribute to her as a "really kind" individual and described how her aunt was thrilled at the prospect of a potential reboot of the popular TV series as a new film.

Fans expressed their fondness for the actress, sharing how much they enjoyed her work. One fan said: "Sad news coming in that Supergran AKA Gudrun Ure has passed away at the grand old age of 98," with another adding, "Ah no! Loved Supergran. Thanks for the memories Gudrun."

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