Billie Anthony was created Philomena McGeachie Levy in Glasgow, Scotland, on Oct 11, 1932. She acquired an excellent start to break right into the globe of present business, as her godmother was Gracie Areas, although her parents divorced when she was simply 18 days outdated. Her mom, Lily, was a dancer, and youthful Philomena spent her youth around the movie theater, hoping for a profession being a dancer. In 1946, at age group 14, she went abroad and became a member of a touring present as you of Might Moxon’s troupe. She fulfilled Peter Elliott and, provided their shared like of dancing, produced a double action with him, touring theaters as Phil & Peter Elliott, the Debonair Dancers. This action was discontinued when Peter was known as up for nationwide service within the Royal Surroundings Force. Taking assistance from another friend, Tony Brent (who acquired become a effective vocalist), she made a decision to undertake singing being a single musician, changing her name to Billie Anthony, and after Brent presented her to his supervisor, Don Agness, she agreed upon with Columbia Information. Despite releasing many singles through the early ’50s, only 1 ever reached the graphs, a edition of Stuart Hamblen’s “This Ole Home,” but though it peaked at number 4, it dropped out in those days to a very much bigger-selling edition by Rosemary Clooney. Through the middle-’50s Billie Anthony frequently toured theaters, including an appearance on the Royal Albert Hall and many with Harry Secombe within the range show Rocking the city. When Peter Elliott came back from national services, they wedded but divorced many years later on. She continuing to tour, interesting the British soldiers in Cyprus, Malta, and North Africa, but ultimately retired from display business and became a full-time mom. In 2001, within their reissue series, EMI released the Compact disc ^EMI Presents the Magic of Billie Anthony, including 33 songs, 22 which have been released as singles, and including her only strike. Billie Anthony spent the second option section of her existence surviving in the North London section of Hornsey. She experienced some strokes and passed away within the January 5, 1991, at age 58.