Billie Roe is the recipient of the 2017 MAC AWARD for BEST MUSICAL COMEDY PERFORMER, for her show MONOPOLY, the 2014 MAC AWARD for BEST FEMALE VOCALIST as well as the 2014 BISTRO AWARD for OUTSTANDING TRIBUTE SHOW for '1978 NYC UNDERGROUND- A Tribute To Tom Waits' where she performed in tribute the repertoire of her all-time favorite American singer-songwriter, Tom Waits. Billie was named to the list of the 'Top 50 Most Influential People to watch in Cabaret' by NiteLifeExchange.com.
Billie is the recipient of the 2012 Bistro Award for Outstanding Theme Show and was a 2012 MAC nominee for 'Best Female Vocalist' for her highly acclaimed 'Dangerous Women: Life In Film Noir" performed at Don't Tell Mama in New York.
Billie was a METROSTAR JUDGE having won the Metropolitan Room's ‘2012 MetroStar’ singing competition.
Having played most of the New York clubs in the 70's and early 80's including The Grand Finale, Reno Sweeney's, Trax, The Copa, and her favorite Les Mouches (where she debuted her acclaimed act 'The Heat Is On' opening for Gloria Gaynor), Ms. Roe has sung with the San Diego Symphony in a salute to Cole Porter and as a professional actress has performed in regional theatres throughout the country. She holds a BFA in Acting from Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, VA., and a MFA in Playwrighting/Acting from the Actors Studio Drama School, New York as well as being a founding member of the Playwrights Directors Workshop (PDW) at the Actors Studio in New York.
Currently, Billie is directing NYC cabaret shows.