SXSW Film Review: 'Madre' - Variety
VarietySXSW Film Review: 'Madre'VarietyAnd though there are variably credible and pro performances — Jacolin's Luz is as conspicuously evil as Billie Whitelaw's Nanny Baylock in the original “Omen,” albeit with apparently atrophied facial muscles — “Madre” only really grabs attention when ...and more »
Posted on 13 March 2017 | 11:37 pm
Review of Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?
LondonTheatre.co.ukReview of Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? starring Imelda Staunton at the Harold Pinter TheatreLondonTheatre.co.ukI've seen some blistering performances over the years in Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?, Edward Albee's savage and magnificent marital drama about a long-married couple at perpetual war with each other, among them Billie Whitelaw and Patrick Stewart, ...and more »
Posted on 10 March 2017 | 2:29 am
Was Peter Vaughan Married When He Died? -
Heavy.comWas Peter Vaughan Married When He Died?Heavy.comFrom 1952 to 1966, Vaughan was married to actress Billie Whitelaw, who passed away on December 21, 2014. Whitelaw was an English stage and television actress, perhaps best known for her role as the evil nanny Mrs. Baylock in the 1976 horror film The ...
Posted on 6 December 2016 | 7:24 am
No's Knife, Old Vic, London review: Lisa
The IndependentNo's Knife, Old Vic, London review: Lisa Dwan is back with Beckett in another extraordinary tour de forceThe IndependentThe hour-long trilogy in which she delivered Not I along with two other short solo works (Footfalls and Rockaby) established Dwan as the foremost exponent of this author, in apostolic succession to the great Billie Whitelaw, who was a mentor of hers.No's Knife review – Lisa Dwan excels in Beckett's strange no man's landThe GuardianNo's Knife, Old Vic, London — reviewFinancial Timesall 13 news articles »
Posted on 4 October 2016 | 3:13 am
Mouth Almighty: How Billie Whitelaw Helped
American TheatreMouth Almighty: How Billie Whitelaw Helped Me Find Beckett and 'Not I'American TheatreFamed Beckett interpreter Billie Whitelaw, who originated the piece under Beckett's supervision, directed Dwan in Not I at the Southbank Centre in 2009. This week (April 13–17) Dwan will perform The Beckett Trilogy: Not I/Footfalls/Rockaby, at New York ...and more »
Posted on 12 April 2016 | 1:50 pm
Billie Whitelaw, Longtime Beckett Muse, Dies
Billie Whitelaw, the English actress who became both acolyte and muse to the playwright Samuel Beckett and one of the foremost interpreters of his austere and deeply unsettling work, died on Sunday in London. She was 82. Her son, Matthew Muller, confirmed ...
Posted on 22 December 2014 | 11:29 am
Billie Whitelaw - obituary
Billie Whitelaw, who has died aged 82, was one of the most intelligent and versatile actresses of her generation. She came to prominence in the post-war fashion for social realism, though she made her name in the surrealistic drama of Samuel Beckett, for ...
Posted on 21 December 2014 | 9:29 pm
Billie Whitelaw, 'The Omen' Actress, Dies at
Billie Whitelaw, who was known for stage roles and films such as The Omen, died Dec. 21 in a London nursing home. She was 82. Whitelaw's most famous part was perhaps that of the nanny in 1976's The Omen. The performance earned her an Evening Standard ...
Posted on 21 December 2014 | 8:29 pm
Billie Whitelaw: Stars pay tribute to
Famous names from the world of film and beyond have paid tribute to Coventry-born actress Billie Whitelaw who died at the weekend. The star of films such as The Omen, 1990 crime movie The Krays and police comedy Hot Fuzz, Whitelaw died at a London nursing ...
Posted on 21 December 2014 | 7:04 pm
Billie Whitelaw, star of stage and screen,
Acclaimed actress Billie Whitelaw, famous for her roles on stage and screen, has died at the age of 82. The Coventry-born star, who was made a CBE in 1991, worked in close collaboration with playwright Samuel Beckett, who described her as a perfect actress.
Posted on 21 December 2014 | 4:00 pm