OPINION: MY FIRST JOB - Rebecca Williams, senior sales executive at Citrus Publishing, just said no to a career as an actress

After graduating from the Sylvia Young Stage School, Rebecca Williams entered luvviedom as a 14-year-old with a part in Grange Hill.

After graduating from the Sylvia Young Stage School, Rebecca

Williams entered luvviedom as a 14-year-old with a part in Grange

Hill.



’I was in it for two years during the era of Zammo and his drug

escapades. In the school disco scenes we had to dance without music -

that’s why we always looked so crap. It was filmed at Elstree studios

and we used to run into the EastEnders cast in the canteen.’



Partying and blokes distracted Williams from her dreams of a career in

costume drama as the next Helena Bonham-Carter.



’And I decided I didn’t want to be a luvvy. Maybe I should have

persevered. Who knows ...?’



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