Lillian Kemble-Cooper (March 21, 1892, London, England – May 4, 1977, Los Angeles, California, USA) was a British actress.Lillian Kemble-Cooper was a member of the famous Kemble family, a family of English actors, who reigned over the British stage for decades. She was born as a daughter of stage actor Frank Kemble-Cooper. Her younger brother Anthony Kemble-Cooper and her elder sister Violet Kemble-Cooper also become actors. Between 1906 and 1950 she had 17 Broadway appearances, in 1919 she appeared in the original Hitchy-Koo. Later in her career she became a film actress and appeared in about 20 films. Kemble-Cooper portrayed mostly aristrocrats, spinsters and servants. She is perhaps best known for her short appearance as Bonnie Blue Butler's nurse in Gone with the Wind, the only English character in the film.Lillian Kemble-Cooper was married three times. Her first husband was the actor and writer Charles Mackay, the second Louis Bernheimer. Her last husband was actor Guy Bates Post. She is buried at the Hollywood Forever Cemetery.