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November 03, 2017  missbillie Comments are off Uncategorized

I’ve added scans from the December 2017 issue of Vortex Magazine, with interviews from David & Billie about the new Doctor Who audio stories with Big Finish. Check out the scans below:


VORTEX MAGAZINE | DEC 2017

November 03, 2017  missbillie Comments are off Uncategorized

Backed by Creative England and the BFI NET.work, this is a short gothic fairytale starring BILLIE PIPER, SINEAD CUSACK & POPPY POLIVNICK.

Directed by Leonora Lonsdale
Produced by Jack Sidey & Sophie Reynolds
Director of Photography: Patrick Meller
Production Designer: Polly Davenport
Hair & Make Up Designer: Dorita Nissen
Costume Designer: Grace Snell
Editor: Matthew Gray
Composer: Yann McCullough

Poster Design by Scott Woolston

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October 24, 2017  missbillie Comments are off Uncategorized

Billie attended the launch event of Vue’s Showcase of Big Screen Events, promoting the live streaming of theatrical events! She looked stunning in a Peekaboo Vintage dress & a gorgeous new hair cut! Photos below:


23RD OCT | VUE’S SHOWCASE OF BIG SCREEN EVENTS LAUNCH

August 31, 2017  missbillie Comments are off Uncategorized

Billie Piper says she’s “chuffed” that audiences around the world will get to see her award-winning play Yerma. As it ends it’s second theatre run in London, it’s being broadcast live in cinemas globally. A far cry from her pop star or Doctor Who days, it’s an intense performance about a woman struggling to have a child.

It’s the role which has won her five star reviews and a Laurence Olivier award. Essentially the theatre version of an Academy Award or a Bafta, she says “it’s a really prestigious award,” with a massive smile on her face. “My non-actor friends laugh though that it’s essentially actors giving awards to actors for acting. But it’s a wonderful thing and I’m unbelievably jazzed about it.”

Billie Piper plays the character of Her, Her, who does something unimaginable in her desire to have a child. Watching the trailer is like watching a preview of a horror film, with words like “harrowing” and “utterly gruelling”.

“People being moved by something that makes them think. There’s an influx of what I feel is mindless cinema and I think to watch something like Yerma makes you think a lot about your life. It’s very hard to beat the pull of an iPhone so it’s nice to go and watch something that transforms your day. It’s important.”

Piper has been with the play for more than a year, originally performing in it last year and coming back for another four-week run in 2017. Doing 100 minutes of intense emotional drama every night could take it’s toll so there’s an easy way for her to switch off. “Mindless TV,” she says. “I get home, put the Kardashians on (her favourite is Kris Jenner) and watch something that takes you away from anything remotely serious.”

As one of Doctor Who’s most famous former assistants – Rose Tyler – Piper also says it makes “perfect sense” for a woman to now be playing the lead. “I think it would be a snub at this point if they didn’t put a girl in that role. Jodie is a beautiful person. “I tried really hard to get the insider information on who it was. I went through Matt Smith, who went through his well placed source at the BBC but no-one knew. We speculated but just couldn’t get it out.”

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August 16, 2017  missbillie Comments are off Uncategorized

I ought to be fine interviewing Billie Piper. She’s my best friend. We chat rubbish about our lives every other day. But coming in and talking to her for Stylist feels different..

At the shoot, I find Billie smiley but very much in charge and I’m reminded briefly that, ‘Oh yeah, Billie is a star’. Stars have a gravitational pull that can’t be explained; people orbit them. And today, it’s not Billie, my hungover, rolling-up mate; it’s Billie, the award-winning actress who stunned critics with her incredible portrayal of a childless woman in 2016’s Yerma. She is perched on a chair reminiscing with make-up artist Karin, who, by coincidence, is the same make-up artist who worked with Billie at the very beginning of her career. It’s fitting Karin being here because, at 34, it feels like Billie is embarking on a whole new phase of life, one that’s as big as her Nineties transformation from Swindon teen to pop superstar.

I met Billie over 10 years ago when we worked together on the TV show Secret Diary Of A Call Girl. I wrote it, she starred in it. It turned out lighter than we both wanted and the critical reception was fierce so ultimately it wasn’t the perfect creative experience for either of us, but I clearly remember her turning to me at the end and saying, “I want to be your friend.” What an honour. Since then she’s also starred in my 2012 play, The Effect, and we’re now creating a new TV show together, about a woman in her 30s going through a life crisis. That’s something we both can relate to.

In the last 18 months, Billie has ended her eight-year marriage [to actor Laurence Fox] and embarked on an emotionally shattering performance at the Young Vic with Yerma – about a woman craving motherhood in a society that demands it – collecting a prestigious Olivier Award for Best Actress in the process. The play has recently returned to the stage and will be broadcast to 2,500 venues in 60 different countries via National Theatre Live on 31 August. She also has a BBC thriller, Collateral, coming up about the repercussions after a shooting, alongside Carey Mulligan. From teen pop star to power player on the British acting scene, it feels like Billie’s subverted expectations and turned her life upside down. We often talk about our mid-30s and how for both of us, it’s been an age of reinvention and risk. Or, as Billie would say, ‘an absolute sh*tshow’…

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June 26, 2017  missbillie Comments are off Uncategorized

Billie was seen in North London the other day. HQ candids have been added below, I’m loving her dress & shoes!


22ND JUNE | IN NORTH LONDON

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Billie attended the Glamour Women of the Year Awards where she won the Shisheid Group Theatre Actress Award! 84 HQ photos have been added below + videos of her speech & backstage with Lily James!


6TH JUNE | GLAMOUR WOMEN OF THE YEAR AWARDS







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