A veteran British character player, Eleanor Bron began her career in the 1960s appearing on with The Monty Python Flying Circus and translated her appeal to the screen in several comic romps. She made her screen debut alongside the Beatles in "Help!" (1965), playing a cult member trying to get the red ruby ring off Ringo Starr's finger at any costs so that an offering might be made to the god Kalli. Bron could next be seen as the doctor treating Michael Caine's cad "Alfie" (1966) and then had featured roles in two 1967 films directed by Stanley Donen. In "Two for the Road" was the ex-lover of Albert Finney now married to William Daniels while in "Bedazzled" she was the waitress oozing sex who is the object of Dudley Moore's lust.