Welcome to Billie Piper Online, your number one resource dedicated to bringing you all the latest on the talented British actress since 2005. Probably most known for her role as Rose Tyler in Doctor Who or Hannah Baxter in Secret Diary of a Call Girl, you can now see her in crime thriller City Of Tiny Lights & upcoming projects include gothic fairytale Beast and crime mini-series Collateral! We are here to offer you a daily dose of everything Miss Piper, including news, interviews, photos & more!

Current Projects

Beast (2017)
Billie as Grace
Status: Post-Production
Created By: Leonora Lonsdale
Genre: Short, Drama
Information | Photo Library | IMDb

A gothic fairytale following three generations of women struggling with the aftermath of a divorce.


Two For Joy (2017)
Billie as Lillah
Status: Pre-Production
Created By: Tom Beard
Genre: Drama
Information | Photo Library | IMDb

Coming Soon…


Collateral (2018)
Billie as Karen Mars
Status: Filming
Created By: David Hare
Genre: Drama
Information | Photo Library | IMDb

Set over the course of four days, the four-part drama explores the spiraling repercussions surrounding the fatal shooting of a pizza delivery man. Refusing to accept this is a random act of senseless violence, tough and single-minded Detective Inspector Kip Glaspie is determined to discover if there is a darker truth.


Yerma (2018)
Billie as Yerma
Status: Limited Run
Created By: Simon Stone
Genre: Theatre, Stage
Information | Photo Library | IMDb

A woman driven to the unthinkable by her desperate desire to have a child. Simon Stone creates a radical new production of Lorca’s achingly powerful masterpiece.

Billie’s 2018 Calendar

Em-Con Nottingham – May 5 & 6
Denver Comic Con – June 15 – 17

Quoting Billie

A musical film is my idea of heaven. You can pre-record, you don’t have to sing live. Singing live was the bit I hated the most. I never felt like a confident singer.

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Billie Piper on Feminism, Fear and her First Love

Aug 15 2017
Category: Gallery Update ,TV Appearance & Interviews       Comments: 0

As Billie Piper returns to the stage, close friend and writer of Secret Diary Of A Call Girl, Lucy Prebble, asks the award-winning actress why she is unafraid of turning everything on its head.

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.

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