Hollywood, CA—November 14, 2019—After years of touring the country, Billie Holidays hit the big time with her hit song “Hollywood” in 2018.
This year, she is once again making her way to the big screen with her next hit film, “The Imitation Game,” which is set to open this November.
As Billie holed up in the Hollywood Hills, she posted a photo to Instagram with her “Handsome and Gentle” costume.
It’s a perfect moment for the actress to make an official announcement.
Billie is one of only two women to win an Academy Award for Best Actress for her performance in “Hoosier Girl,” and she is also nominated for Best Supporting Actress for “Honeymooners.”
The “Hobby Lobby” actress is also known for her role in “A Christmas Carol,” which was nominated for best picture.
“Hook” director Josh Singer and co-writer/director/star Michael Mann have made a living off of her career, and they have made her a major part of their new “Honeysuckle Falls” sequel, which is in development.
“The Hollywood” actress has become a star since she starred in the hit Disney Channel series “Big Girls Don’t Cry” in the 1990s.
She also has been a big part of the Disney Princess franchise since the first movie was released in 2005.
Billies first acting role came in “The Good Wife,” in which she played a nurse who helps a pregnant woman in her transition to motherhood.
She then had two more big screen roles, in “Shrek” and “The Princess and the Frog,” and then appeared in “Pulp Fiction” and now in “Catch Me If You Can.”
Her recent film credits include “The Duchess,” “Saw” and the upcoming “Hallelujah.”
In the coming years, Billies career will take her to more films, including the animated series “Frozen” and her new film “Horn of Africa.”
In 2019, she will star in the live-action film “The Lady in the Lake,” which follows the story of a mother who loses her child and must reunite with her husband.
Bill and her husband, James, have lived in the U.S. for more than 20 years.
Bill has a daughter, Brooke, from a previous marriage.
The actress will be starring in “Ticket to Ride,” an adaptation of the popular children’s book “Fruitcake” which was written by a young artist named Lizzy Caplan.
The movie will be released by DreamWorks Animation in 2019.