From the youngest artist to ever debut at number one to Olivier award-winning actor, Billie Piper really has done it all.
Billie Piper became a household name after two years playing the nation's favourite companion in the hit relaunch of 'Doctor Who' and has since established herself as one of the world's most critically acclaimed and awarded actors.
She has since left audience and critics alike speechless with her performances on stage and screen. But nothing could prepare them for what was described as "the performance of the decade." Playing Her, a woman driven to the unthinkable by her desperate desire to have a child, in Simon Stone's adaptation of Lorca's 'Yerma', Billie Piper won 'Best Actress' at the Broadway UK, Glamour, Critics Circle, What's On Stage, Evening Standard and Olivier Awards. She is the only actor to have won every one of the six available Best Actress awards for a single performance.
More recently, Billie has gone behind the camera to focus on writing and directing.
But one thing's for sure, at just 37, she has already packed more into her career than most people do in a lifetime and there's no sign of her stopping any time soon.