In an English nursing home at the age of 82 years, died the actress Billie Whitelaw. Artist famous for his roles in the movie "the omen" and "the Brothers Cray", among other things, she collaborated with playwright Samuel Beckett.
The actress passed away on December 21, according to "bi-Bi-si". According to the statement of the son of the singer, being an actress in the recently significantly worsened.
Whitelaw was born June 6, 1932 in the town of Coventry. She debuted on the radio in 11 years. The actress has starred in more than 100 films, the most famous of which is "Frenzy" (1972), Night watch (1973), "the Brothers Cray" (1990), "Jane Eyre" (1996). The last time she appeared on screen in the movie "type of steep up" (2007).
In addition to cinema, popular Whitelaw brought her theatrical work. She actively collaborated with the Irish playwright Samuel Beckett, playing in his productions of "Come and go", "I", "Happy days", "Last tape Grappa". Specially for Whitelaw Beckett wrote the play "the Steps". Merits of the actress were awarded the order of the British Empire in 1991.