Speech de billy elliot

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Billy Elliot:
Dancing was the one good thing in my life, I wasn´t clever or popular at school but I could dance. Billy Elliot was a boy that lived with his father, his brother and his grandmother.His father worked in a mine with his brother but they were in a strike because Margaret’s government started closing them because the things the mines provided were more expensive than the same thingsprovided by other countries like Argentina. After his mother´s death his father obligated him to practice boxing, until one day he discovered ballet. Billy was born on 1843 in England. The movie waspublished before the book, directed by Lee Hall. Lee Hall was born in 1966 in Newcastle (England) .He is married with Beeban Kidron.The book was written by Melvin Burgess and published in 2000 inEngland. The principal actors were Jaime Bell who performs Billy Elliot and was born in 1986 in Bellingham, England, Gary Lewis that perform Billy´s father and was born in 1985 and Julie Walters thatperform like Billy´s teachers and was born in 1950 in United Kingdom. Lee Hall write and Stephen Daldry produced the Billy Elliot’s movie. Stephen Daldry was born on Dorset, England in 1961
Writer ofacclaimed and often controversial children's fiction, Melvin Burgess was born on 25 April 1954 in Twickenham, Middlesex ( England ). He grew up in Ilfield, near Crawley in Sussex, and moved to Reading,Berkshire at the age of twelve. After leaving, he enrolled on a six-month journalism course. He moved to Bristol at the age of 21, and began writing, between periods of work and unemployment. Hecontinued writing after he moved to London in 1983, experimenting with short stories, radio plays and children's fiction. It was for his controversial teenage novel, Junk (1996) that he gained widerrecognition. Winner of the Carnegie Medal and the Guardian Children's Fiction Prize, it is an honest and disturbing account of teenage homelessness and heroin addiction on the streets of Bristol, and has...
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