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Born in Swindon, Billie Paul Piper (born Leian Paul Piper, 22 September 1982) is the only full time ''Series/DoctorWho'' companion to have three UK Number One hits to her name. She is notable for her dyed blonde hair, big black eyebrows and being a Fox. Literally, as she married Laurence Fox in December 2007. With him, she has two sons, Winston James and Eugene Pip. They divorced in 2016, however.

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Born in Swindon, Billie Paul Piper (born Leian Paul Piper, 22 September 22, 1982) is the only full time ''Series/DoctorWho'' companion to have three UK Number One hits to her name. She is notable for her dyed blonde hair, big black eyebrows and being a Fox. Literally, as she married Laurence Fox in December 2007. With him, she has two sons, Winston James and Eugene Pip. They divorced in 2016, however.


After her departure from ''Who'', she's appeared in some other things, most notably as Literature/SallyLockhart in two film adaptations (alongside Creator/MattSmith, which should give rise to some interesting {{shipping}} {{fanvid}}s). That and ''Series/SecretDiaryOfACallGirl'' (where Matt Smith also showed up... hoo boy). Billie Piper's first non-BBC TV role was as the star of ITV's adaptation of ''Literature/MansfieldPark''. She gave a critically-praised performance in Creator/NeilLaBute's play ''Reasons to Be Pretty'', and made her debut at the National Theatre in ''The Effect''. She subsequently starred in the Showtime GothicHorror series ''Series/PennyDreadful'' as tubercular sex worker Brona Croft, [[spoiler:who after her death is reanimated as the Bride of Frankenstein]]. In 2016-7 she reached new heights of critical praise as a theatre actor, in the very demanding main role of Creator/FedericoGarciaLorca's play ''Yerma'', winning just about every British stage acting award and several American ones, and giving her the distinction of being the only actress to have won six out of an available six Best Actress awards for a single performance.[[note]]Critic's Circle Theatre Awards, Drama Desk Awards, Drama League Awards, Evening Standard Theatre Awards, the Lawrence Olivier Award, the Whatsonstage.com Awards, the Broadway World Theatre Awards, and the Glamour Award[[/note]]

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After her departure from ''Who'', she's appeared in some other things, most notably as Literature/SallyLockhart in two film adaptations (alongside Creator/MattSmith, which should give rise to some interesting {{shipping}} {{fanvid}}s). That and ''Series/SecretDiaryOfACallGirl'' (where Matt Smith also showed up... hoo boy). Billie Piper's first non-BBC TV role was as the star of ITV's adaptation of ''Literature/MansfieldPark''. She gave a critically-praised performance in Creator/NeilLaBute's play ''Reasons to Be Pretty'', and made her debut at the National Theatre in ''The Effect''. She subsequently starred in the Showtime GothicHorror series ''Series/PennyDreadful'' as tubercular sex worker Brona Croft, [[spoiler:who after her death is reanimated as the Bride of Frankenstein]]. In 2016-7 she reached new heights of critical praise as a theatre actor, in the very demanding main role of Creator/FedericoGarciaLorca's play ''Yerma'', winning just about every British stage acting award and several American ones, and giving her the distinction of being [[TheAce the only actress to have won six out of an available six Best Actress awards in British theatre for a single performance.performance]].[[note]]Critic's Circle Theatre Awards, Drama Desk Awards, Drama League Awards, Evening Standard Theatre Awards, the Lawrence Olivier Award, the Whatsonstage.com Awards, the Broadway World Theatre Awards, and the Glamour Award[[/note]]


* ThoseTwoActors: With Creator/MattSmith. [[note]]Yes, the same Matt Smith that played the Eleventh Doctor in ''Doctor Who'' after Piper left the show.[[/note]]

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* ThoseTwoActors: With Creator/MattSmith. [[note]]Yes, the same Matt Smith that played the Eleventh Doctor in TransAtlanticEquivalent: Ever since ''Doctor Who'' after Piper left and ''Secret Diary'' started to pick up steam in terms of popularity in the show.[[/note]]
U.S., more than a few American papers have described her as a British version of Music/BritneySpears. However, since she's had more success as an actress than as a singer, Creator/BrieLarson might be a better comparison.


Born in Swindon, Billie Paul Piper (born Leian Paul Piper, 22 September 1982 in Swindon, England) is the only full time ''Series/DoctorWho'' companion to have three UK Number One hits to her name. She is notable for her dyed blonde hair, big black eyebrows and being a Fox. Literally, as she married Laurence Fox in December 2007. With him, she has two sons, Winston James and Eugene Pip. They divorced in 2016, however.

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Born in Swindon, Billie Paul Piper (born Leian Paul Piper, 22 September 1982 in Swindon, England) 1982) is the only full time ''Series/DoctorWho'' companion to have three UK Number One hits to her name. She is notable for her dyed blonde hair, big black eyebrows and being a Fox. Literally, as she married Laurence Fox in December 2007. With him, she has two sons, Winston James and Eugene Pip. They divorced in 2016, however.


Born in Swindon, Billie Paul Piper (born Leian Paul Piper, 22 September 1982) is the only full time ''Series/DoctorWho'' companion to have three UK Number One hits to her name. She is notable for her dyed blonde hair, big black eyebrows and being a Fox. Literally, as she married Laurence Fox in December 2007. With him, she has two sons, Winston James and Eugene Pip. They divorced in 2016, however.

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Born in Swindon, Billie Paul Piper (born Leian Paul Piper, 22 September 1982) 1982 in Swindon, England) is the only full time ''Series/DoctorWho'' companion to have three UK Number One hits to her name. She is notable for her dyed blonde hair, big black eyebrows and being a Fox. Literally, as she married Laurence Fox in December 2007. With him, she has two sons, Winston James and Eugene Pip. They divorced in 2016, however.


* EverythingsBetterWithPrincesses: She was referred to as The Princess of Pop for a time.


* OldShame: She's not going to be belting out into "Because We Want To" anytime soon.[[note]]She's way more sport about it than others, however, as seen in ''TheGrahamNortonShow'' (even [[SelfDeprecation taking the mickey on herself about it]]).[[/note]]

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* OldShame: She's not going to be belting out into "Because We Want To" anytime soon.[[note]]She's way more sport about it than others, however, as seen in ''TheGrahamNortonShow'' ''Series/TheGrahamNortonShow'' (even [[SelfDeprecation taking the mickey on herself about it]]).[[/note]]


After her departure from ''Who'', she's appeared in some other things, most notably as Literature/SallyLockhart in two film adaptations (alongside Creator/MattSmith, which should give rise to some interesting {{shipping}} {{fanvid}}s). That and ''Series/SecretDiaryOfACallGirl'' (where Matt Smith also showed up... hoo boy). Billie Piper's first non-BBC TV role was as the star of ITV's adaptation of ''Literature/MansfieldPark''. She gave a critically-praised performance in Creator/NeilLaBute's play ''Reasons to Be Pretty'', and made her debut at the National Theatre in ''The Effect''. She subsequently starred in the Showtime GothicHorror series ''Series/PennyDreadful'' as tubercular sex worker Brona Croft, [[spoiler:who after her death is reanimated as the Bride of Frankenstein]]. In 2016-7 she reached new heights of critical praise as a theatre actor, in the very demanding main role of Creator/FedericoGarciaLorca's play ''Yerma'', winning just about every British stage acting award.

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After her departure from ''Who'', she's appeared in some other things, most notably as Literature/SallyLockhart in two film adaptations (alongside Creator/MattSmith, which should give rise to some interesting {{shipping}} {{fanvid}}s). That and ''Series/SecretDiaryOfACallGirl'' (where Matt Smith also showed up... hoo boy). Billie Piper's first non-BBC TV role was as the star of ITV's adaptation of ''Literature/MansfieldPark''. She gave a critically-praised performance in Creator/NeilLaBute's play ''Reasons to Be Pretty'', and made her debut at the National Theatre in ''The Effect''. She subsequently starred in the Showtime GothicHorror series ''Series/PennyDreadful'' as tubercular sex worker Brona Croft, [[spoiler:who after her death is reanimated as the Bride of Frankenstein]]. In 2016-7 she reached new heights of critical praise as a theatre actor, in the very demanding main role of Creator/FedericoGarciaLorca's play ''Yerma'', winning just about every British stage acting award.
award and several American ones, and giving her the distinction of being the only actress to have won six out of an available six Best Actress awards for a single performance.[[note]]Critic's Circle Theatre Awards, Drama Desk Awards, Drama League Awards, Evening Standard Theatre Awards, the Lawrence Olivier Award, the Whatsonstage.com Awards, the Broadway World Theatre Awards, and the Glamour Award[[/note]]


After her departure from ''Who'', she's appeared in some other things, most notably as Literature/SallyLockhart in two film adaptations (alongside Creator/MattSmith, which should give rise to some interesting {{shipping}} {{fanvid}}s). That and ''SecretDiaryOfACallGirl'' (where Matt Smith also showed up... hoo boy). Billie Piper's first non-BBC TV role was as the star of ITV's adaptation of ''Literature/MansfieldPark''. She gave a critically-praised performance in Creator/NeilLaBute's play ''Reasons to Be Pretty'', and made her debut at the National Theatre in ''The Effect''. She subsequently starred in the Showtime GothicHorror series ''Series/PennyDreadful'' as tubercular sex worker Brona Croft, [[spoiler:who after her death is reanimated as the Bride of Frankenstein]]. In 2016-7 she reached new heights of critical praise as a theatre actor, in the very demanding main role of Creator/FedericoGarciaLorca's play ''Yerma'', winning just about every British stage acting award.

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After her departure from ''Who'', she's appeared in some other things, most notably as Literature/SallyLockhart in two film adaptations (alongside Creator/MattSmith, which should give rise to some interesting {{shipping}} {{fanvid}}s). That and ''SecretDiaryOfACallGirl'' ''Series/SecretDiaryOfACallGirl'' (where Matt Smith also showed up... hoo boy). Billie Piper's first non-BBC TV role was as the star of ITV's adaptation of ''Literature/MansfieldPark''. She gave a critically-praised performance in Creator/NeilLaBute's play ''Reasons to Be Pretty'', and made her debut at the National Theatre in ''The Effect''. She subsequently starred in the Showtime GothicHorror series ''Series/PennyDreadful'' as tubercular sex worker Brona Croft, [[spoiler:who after her death is reanimated as the Bride of Frankenstein]]. In 2016-7 she reached new heights of critical praise as a theatre actor, in the very demanding main role of Creator/FedericoGarciaLorca's play ''Yerma'', winning just about every British stage acting award.


After her departure from ''Who'', she's appeared in some other things, most notably as Literature/SallyLockhart in two film adaptations (alongside Creator/MattSmith, which should give rise to some interesting {{shipping}} {{fanvid}}s). That and ''SecretDiaryOfACallGirl'' (where Matt Smith also showed up... hoo boy). Billie Piper's first non-BBC TV role was as the star of ITV's adaptation of ''Literature/MansfieldPark''. She gave a critically-praised performance in Creator/NeilLaBute's play ''Reasons to Be Pretty'', and made her debut at the National Theatre in ''The Effect''. She's currently starring in the Showtime GothicHorror series ''Series/PennyDreadful''.

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After her departure from ''Who'', she's appeared in some other things, most notably as Literature/SallyLockhart in two film adaptations (alongside Creator/MattSmith, which should give rise to some interesting {{shipping}} {{fanvid}}s). That and ''SecretDiaryOfACallGirl'' (where Matt Smith also showed up... hoo boy). Billie Piper's first non-BBC TV role was as the star of ITV's adaptation of ''Literature/MansfieldPark''. She gave a critically-praised performance in Creator/NeilLaBute's play ''Reasons to Be Pretty'', and made her debut at the National Theatre in ''The Effect''. She's currently starring She subsequently starred in the Showtime GothicHorror series ''Series/PennyDreadful''.
''Series/PennyDreadful'' as tubercular sex worker Brona Croft, [[spoiler:who after her death is reanimated as the Bride of Frankenstein]]. In 2016-7 she reached new heights of critical praise as a theatre actor, in the very demanding main role of Creator/FedericoGarciaLorca's play ''Yerma'', winning just about every British stage acting award.


Born in Swindon, Billie Paul Piper ((born Leian Paul Piper, 22 September 1982) is the only full time ''Series/DoctorWho'' companion to have three UK Number One hits to her name. She is notable for her dyed blonde hair, big black eyebrows and being a Fox. Literally, as she married Laurence Fox in December 2007. With him, she has two sons, Winston James and Eugene Pip. They divorced in 2016, however.

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Born in Swindon, Billie Paul Piper ((born (born Leian Paul Piper, 22 September 1982) is the only full time ''Series/DoctorWho'' companion to have three UK Number One hits to her name. She is notable for her dyed blonde hair, big black eyebrows and being a Fox. Literally, as she married Laurence Fox in December 2007. With him, she has two sons, Winston James and Eugene Pip. They divorced in 2016, however.


Born in Swindon in 1982, Billie Paul Piper is the only full time ''Series/DoctorWho'' companion to have three UK Number One hits to her name. She is notable for her dyed blonde hair, big black eyebrows and being a Fox. Literally, as she married Laurence Fox in December 2007. With him, she has two sons, Winston James and Eugene Pip. They divorced in 2016, however.

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Born in Swindon in 1982, Swindon, Billie Paul Piper ((born Leian Paul Piper, 22 September 1982) is the only full time ''Series/DoctorWho'' companion to have three UK Number One hits to her name. She is notable for her dyed blonde hair, big black eyebrows and being a Fox. Literally, as she married Laurence Fox in December 2007. With him, she has two sons, Winston James and Eugene Pip. They divorced in 2016, however.



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->''"There's not enough money in the world to get me singing 'Because We Want To' again."''


Born in Swindon in 1982, Billie Paul Piper is the only full time ''Series/DoctorWho'' companion to have three UK Number One hits to her name. She is notable for her dyed blonde hair, big black eyebrows and being a Fox. Literally, as she married Laurence Fox in December 2007. With him, she has two sons, Winston James and Eugene Pip.

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Born in Swindon in 1982, Billie Paul Piper is the only full time ''Series/DoctorWho'' companion to have three UK Number One hits to her name. She is notable for her dyed blonde hair, big black eyebrows and being a Fox. Literally, as she married Laurence Fox in December 2007. With him, she has two sons, Winston James and Eugene Pip.
Pip. They divorced in 2016, however.


After her departure from ''Who'', she's appeared in some other things, most notably as SallyLockhart in two film adaptations (alongside Creator/MattSmith, which should give rise to some interesting {{shipping}} {{fanvid}}s). That and ''SecretDiaryOfACallGirl'' (where Matt Smith also showed up... hoo boy). Billie Piper's first non-BBC TV role was as the star of ITV's adaptation of ''Literature/MansfieldPark''. She gave a critically-praised performance in Creator/NeilLaBute's play ''Reasons to Be Pretty'', and made her debut at the National Theatre in ''The Effect''. She's currently starring in the Showtime GothicHorror series ''Series/PennyDreadful''.

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After her departure from ''Who'', she's appeared in some other things, most notably as SallyLockhart Literature/SallyLockhart in two film adaptations (alongside Creator/MattSmith, which should give rise to some interesting {{shipping}} {{fanvid}}s). That and ''SecretDiaryOfACallGirl'' (where Matt Smith also showed up... hoo boy). Billie Piper's first non-BBC TV role was as the star of ITV's adaptation of ''Literature/MansfieldPark''. She gave a critically-praised performance in Creator/NeilLaBute's play ''Reasons to Be Pretty'', and made her debut at the National Theatre in ''The Effect''. She's currently starring in the Showtime GothicHorror series ''Series/PennyDreadful''.

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