Lee Meredith is an American actress, best known for playing sexy dumb blonde roles in movies and sketch comedies, such the beautiful Swedish secretary Ulla in the original 1968 movie, "The Producers."
Meredith was born Judith Lee Sauls on October 22, 1947 in River Edge, New Jersey and grew up in Fair Lawn, New Jersey. Not much is known about her life. He TV debut was on "The Jack Benny Program" in 1958, followed by roles in "The Producers," "Funny Girl," "The Stoolie" and "The Sunshine Boys" with Walter Matthau and George Burns. She also performed with comedian Jackie Gleason in a TV special 1973. In the 1980s, Meredith appeared alongside writer Mickey Spillane in a series of humorous commercials for Miller Lite beer.
In 1994, Meredith starred in Benny Hill's World Tour: New York, appearing in sketches as a nurse and as a voluptuous woman. Mostly retired from acting, she started working as a Special Education aide in Bergen County, New Jersey in 2002, eventually becoming a teaching assistant in cosmetology at a Bergen County high school in 2007.
She has been married to film producer Bert Stratford since 1969; they have two children.