Anthea Bernice Redfern (born 15 April 1948) is a former British television hostess, most notable as the assistant to her then husband, Bruce Forsyth, on the BBC's The Generation Game.
Redfern was born in Newton Abbot, Devon. She trained as a dancer and then went on to work as a model in Paris and the United Kingdom; she was one of the first models to appear on Page Three of The Sun, albeit not topless. Anthea became a Playboy Bunny working in the London club in Park Lane in 1969 her bunny name was Sasha. She became "Miss London" in 1970. Her first marriage was to Torquay United F.C. and Bristol Rovers F.C. footballer Robin Stubbs. She met Bruce Forsyth at a "Miss Lovely Legs" competition. Anthea auditioned against fifty-two other applicants, and they started presenting The Generation Game together.
The couple had an affair and Forsyth and his wife of twenty years, Penny Calvert, were divorced in 1973. Forsyth and Redfern married on Christmas Eve 1973 and had two daughters: Charlotte and Louisa. In 1979, they divorced and Redfern subsequently married property developer Freddie Hoffman, with whom she had a daughter, India; she and Hoffman later divorced. She now lives largely in Marbella, Spain, and has appeared again on British television, including an appearance on Come Dine With Me.