Billie Walter started her theatrical career at the age of 7 when she appeared as a baton-twirling, tap-dancer in a local stage production.

At the age of 16, she received rave reviews for the part of Ela Delahey, in her junior class play, “Charlie’s Aunt.”

After high school, numerous modeling jobs and several stage productions followed. While studying and training to become an actress, Billie worked at the Playboy Club in New York City as a Playboy Bunny. At the age of 23, she landed her first TV commercial for “Keep America Beautiful” and was finally awarded her SAG card.

While living in London, Billie continued her acting career with commercials and voice-overs. Upon her return to New York, she was asked by Martin Scorsese to play the part of Jodie Foster’s friend in the movie Taxi Driver. Several other commercials, television and film roles followed.

At the age of 25, Billie packed her bags and headed to Hollywood, California. She was quickly cast in several television series, such as Charlie’s Angels, Serpico and Family.

At 31, Billie headed to Las Vegas to work as a professional poker dealer and poker player. With few roles being cast, Billie managed to keep her foot in the door by doing some extra work.

Billie recently relocated to Southern Florida where she is once again pursuing her acting career.