Several British media, including the BBC and ITV broadcasting their shows, quoted their agent as saying Whitfield died "peacefully" on Friday night.
Whitfield's career lasted six decades. She starred in the BBC sitcom "Terry and June" and appeared in the film series "Carry On". In 1998, Whitfield made a cameo in a London episode of the sitcom "Friends" (19659002). In "Absolutely Fabulous" she was the mother of the main character Edina Monsoon, played by Jennifer Saunders.
Actress Julia Sawalha, who played Whitfield's granddaughter Saffron in the series, tweeted Saturday that Whitfield had been an inspiration.
"Thank you, # damejunewhitfield, for having taught me my craft with such grace and dignity, but I was always too humble to accept my worship, they were a great source of inspiration for me." Bye-bye-Gran ", she wrote.
When Whitfield became a lady at the age of 92, he was the Prince of Britain Charles told her that the honor had come "some time ago."
The Prince was not the only royal fan of Whitfield.
His mother, Queen Elizabeth II, once made an impression of Whitfield and imitated the voice of the actress from the radio comedy "Take it from Here" from 1953 to. "