Kathleen Harrison (February 23, 1892, Blackburn, Lancashire, England - December 7, 1995) was a prolific British character actress, best remembered for her roles as Mrs. Huggett in a series of British post-war comedies (playing opposite Jack Warner).
Harrison studied at RADA, then spent some years living in Argentina before making her UK professional debut during the 1920s. Before and during the Second World War, she played small parts in numerous British films, including, Night Must Fall (1937), The Ghost Train (1941), Oliver Twist (1948) and a small but scene-stealing role as Mrs. Dilber in Scrooge (1951) . The Huggett family made their first appearance in Holiday Camp (1948). During the 1960s, Kathleen Harrison starred on television as Mrs. Thursday, the charlady who inherited a fortune.