Hammond was made an OBE in the 2005 Queen's birthday honours list for her services to drama. In 2018, she was awarded the Women of the World lifetime achievement award for her theatre career and championing black British actors.
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Mona Hammond, the UK actress best known for her work on TV shows like EastEnders and Doctor Who has died at the age of 91. Hammond wasn't just a screen presence, she was also a pioneer for Britain's black actor community – most notably as a co-founder ...
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Actress Mona Hammond has died aged 91. The Jamaican-British actress was most known for her role as Blossom Jackson in BBC's EastEnders. She also starred as Susu in Desmond's.
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Mona Hammond, best known for her stints on EastEnders and Desmond's, has sadly passed away at the age of 91. Tributes poured in for the actress as the news broke on Tuesday, with Loose Women star Charlene White amongst those mourning her death.
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