Renée Houston (24 July 1902 - 9 February 1980) was a Scottish comedy actor and revue artist who appeared in television and film roles.
Born in Johnstone, Renfrewshire, as Katherina Houston Gibbin, she toured music halls and revue with her sister Billie Houston as the Houston Sisters.
In 1926, the sisters made a short musical film, the script of which Reneé had written. It was produced by Lee de Forest, whose process, Phonofilm, enabled a soundtrack to be played alongside the film (a year before The Jazz Singer).
Houston married three times, the second was to Patrick Ahearne, the brother of Brian Aherne. Her third husband was the actor Donald Stewart.
In her later years she specialised in battleaxe roles, notably as shop steward Vic Spanner's (Kenneth Cope) formidable mother in Carry On At Your Convenience (1971). She published her autobiography in 1974 which was entitled Don't Fence Me In.
Houston was also in the early episodes of radio's The Clitheroe Kid.
She died in London at the age of 77 on 9 February 1980.