Gillian Hills, a "ye ye girl," was born in Cairo. She was discovered in France by Roger Vadim in 1958, but made 'Beat Girl', her first film, in England. 'Beat Girl' (1960) is about a rebellious girl who goes out to (shudder) nightclubs where rock & roll music plays. Adam Faith also had a part in the movie. Quickly typed as "the British Bardot," Gillian lived between France (her mother was french) and England (her father was english).