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Random information on the term “Jamie ___ Curtis”:
Billie Honor Whitelaw CBE (6 June 1932 – 21 December 2014) was an English actress. She worked in close collaboration with Irish playwright Samuel Beckett for 25 years and was regarded as one of the foremost interpreters of his works. She was also known for her portrayal of Mrs. Baylock, the demonic nanny in the 1976 horror film The Omen.
Whitelaw was appointed a CBE in the 1991 Birthday Honours.
Whitelaw was born in Coventry, Warwickshire, the daughter of Frances Mary (née Williams) and Gerry Whitelaw. She had one sister, Constance, who was 10 years older. Whitelaw grew up in a working class part of Bradford and later attended Grange Girls’ Grammar School in Bradford. At age 11, she began performing as a child actress on radio programmes, including the part of Bunkle, an extrovert prep-schoolboy on Children’s Hour from Manchester, and later worked as an assistant stage manager and acted with the repertory company at the Prince’s Theatre in Bradford during high school. Her father died of lung cancer when Billie was 9 years old. Money was tight, and her mother struggled to support the family. “It’s something I haven’t come to terms with … I’m rather ashamed of having the good life I have”, she later recalled.
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Lee is a given name derived from the English surname Lee (which is ultimately from a placename derived from Old English leah “clearing; meadow”).As the surname of Robert E. Lee (1807–1870), the name became popular in the American South after the Civil War, its popularity peaking in 1900 at rank 39 as a masculine name, and in 1955 at rank 182 as a feminine name. The name’s popularity declined steadily in the second half of the 20th century, falling below rank 1000 by 1991 as a feminine name, and to 666 as of 2012 as a masculine name.In the later 20th century, it also gained some popularity in the United Kingdom, peaking among the 20 most popular boys’ names during the 1970s to 1980s, but it had fallen out of the top 100 by 2001.
Lee is also a hypocoristic form of the given names Ashley, Beverly, Kimberley, Leona, and Leslie (all of which are also derived from English placenames containing -leah as a second element; with the possible exception of Leslie, which may be an anglicization of a Gaelic placename).