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Edina Maria Ronay
8 January 1943
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Edina Maria Ronay FRSA (born 8 January 1943) is an Anglo-Hungarian fashion designer and former actress. She is the daughter of food critic Egon Ronay and the mother of actress/writer Shebah Ronay.
In films and television from 1960, Ronay's numerous TV roles included The Avengers , No Hiding Place , Special Branch , The Champions , Randall and Hopkirk (Deceased) and Jason King .
She retired from acting in the mid-1970s to take up fashion design, specialising in knitwear; she eventually formed her own company in 1984. Ronay was honoured as a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts. 
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