‘Celebrity Big Brother' And ‘Benefits Street' Star White Dee Heading For The Big Screen With Film Role

White Dee Set For Big Screen Debut

After conquering the small screen on ‘Celebrity Big Brother’, ‘Benefits Street’ star White Dee is setting her sights high and hoping to nab a film role.

The reality TV star, who won us all over with her straight-talking attitude on ‘CBB’, is being lined up to play a Brummie mum, in a movie titled ‘Ray And Liz’, according to reports.

White Dee

The film will tell the tale of the photographer Richard Billingham, who penned the book ‘Ray’s A Laugh’.

Dee’s agent Barry Tomes has told The Sun that his client is more than willing to take on the role, stating: “She is really keen to do it.”

Despite the fact many viewers became rather fond of Dee during her time in the ‘CBB’ house, she’s had a number of issues since leaving and has been forced to leave her home after being subject to racial abuse.

During her time in the house, Dee opened up about her life on ‘Benefits Street’, explaining that she never wanted to become famous.

“If I could change anything in the world, I’d just want it to go back to how it was before,” she told her fellow housemates.

Dee also clarified her financial situation, stating: “Not that it's any of anyone's business, but I haven't been in receipt of any form of benefits since the end of March.

“The second I started earning, I declared it, but I never came out and declared it to the whole country. I had to go on national television to prove I wasn't in receipt of any benefits since starting work.”


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