Knowledge Identifier: +Billie_Whitelaw
After training at RADA, Whitelaw made her stage debut at age 18 in London 1950
Jack Hedley - In the 1950s he starred in a number of films and TV appearances, such as "Left Right and Centre", "Fair Game", and the Alun Owen-scripted "No Trams to Lime Street" with Billie Whitelaw
In 1963, Billie Whitelaw met Irish playwright Samuel Beckett
From 1964 to 1966, Whitelaw was a member of Britain's National Theatre Company
Andy Leek - For the rest of the 1980s, Leek pursued his own career as a musician, as well as writing a musical interpretation of a Dylan Thomas poem which was recorded and released by Tom Jones, and acting alongside Billie Whitelaw and David Van Day as an aspiring songwriter in the Tony Klinger-produced 1985 movie "Promo-Man"