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Lee Meredith

Lee Meredith (b. October 22, 1947, River Edge, New Jersey) is an American actress. She was born Judith Lee Sauls and grew up in Fair Lawn, New Jersey.[1] She is married to Burt Stratford.

In 1972 she appeared in a sketch scene in the original Broadway production of Jackie Gleason comeback special, broadcast on CBS.

However, she is best known for playing the beautiful Swedish secretary Ulla in the original 1968 version of The Producers.[2] Her most recent appearance is on the DVD edition of that film (2002), where she gives an interview and recreates her dance from the original film.

In the 1980s Meredith appeared alongside writer Mickey Spillane in a series of humorous commercials for Miller Lite beer.

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  1. ^ Rohan, Virginia. "Once a Bombshell...", The Record (Bergen County), July 1, 2001. Accessed March 29, 2011. "Meredith -- so convincing as the Swedish tease -- was born and raised Judi-Lee Sauls in Fair Lawn, and adopted her stage name right before The Producers."
  2. ^ http://news.google.com/newspapers?nid=1955&dat=19671031&id=68gtAAAAIBAJ&sjid=k6AFAAAAIBAJ&pg=1725%2C5987012

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