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"I worked in all the theatres in Birmingham so I'd go to drama school from 10 to 5, then I'd go to the Alex Theatre or the Hippodrome Theatre and I'd dress the stars who were on tour", she recalled.
All of those stars without exception, including Judy Geeson, Simon Williams and Sylvia Sims, took a liking to her; by this time she was known in the theatre clique as the "Bird of Paradise".
"It wasn't that I saw Sex Pistols and thought: 'Oh, that changed my life'.
I saw them and my reaction was: 'I can do better, I go to London to do it'.
And I regret that our relationship was very often violent. This had to do also with her upbringing which she described as "very strict". In 2003 Willcox remembered: "The rebellion came easy since most of my life up until I was a teenager I had to play a gender role.Her father Beric Willcox ran a successful joinery business and owned three factories.Her mother Barbara Joy, née Rollinson, was a professional dancer with whom he fell in love after seeing her on stage in Weston-super-Mare with Flanagan and Allen, and married in 1949.And you've got to remember that this is pre-punk, this was about 1973–74", she later recalled.
While in drama school she had to pay her fees because she was the one of her year who didn't get a grant (the man who took her grant meeting wrote down on a piece of paper, which she saw: "She has a lisp and isn't attractive").
Her physical condition was a cause of difficult times at school.