|Full Name||Ashlie Atkinson|
|Birth City||ittle Rock, Arkansas, USA|
|Awards||Theatre World Award|
|Filmography||Law & Order, BlacKkKlansman, Us &Them|
|Education||The Neighborhood Playhouse School of the Theater|
|Date of Birth||August 6,1977|
Theatre World Award-winning actress, Ashlie Atkinson is famous for ‘Outstanding Off-Broadway Debut’ for Fat Pig in the year 2005. She is also popular for her role in The Wedding Album, Inside Man, Another Gay Movie, Law & Order, BlacKkKlansman, and many more.
Ashlie Atkinson was born on August 6, 1977, in Little Rock, Arkansas. She was born under the constellation sign, Leo. She holds an American nationality.
At the age of 17 years, she moved to New York and went to Barnard College. Later, she went to Arkansas and received graduation from Hendrix College. She studied acting in New Year City, The Neighbourhood Playhouse School at The Neighborhood Playhouse School of the Theater.
Inside Man actress, Ashlie Atkinson is married to her boyfriend turned husband, Leon Chase as in 2015. In her life, she was once romantically linked to her love of life and now is happily living a married life him.
She maintains her personal life in a low keyword. She is successful in making her life in a low keyword. There are neither any rumors about their children, extra affairs, and divorce.
Ashlie Atkinson owns $950,000 net worth, which she earned from her career as well as endorsements. As an actress, she $50,249 as an average salary. She also receives $54,000 as commission, $1,015 as bonus and $850 profit sharing.
In 2004, Ashlie appeared in the series, Law & Order. Gradually, he appeared in Rescue Me, The Wedding Album, Inside Man, Another Gay Movie, Cold Comes the Night, The Wolf of Wall Street, Us & Them, Nurse Jackie, and many more.
Some of the theater credits of this talented actress include The 24 Hour Plays, Fat Pig, Making Marilyn, The Butcher of Baraboo, and The Ritz. Well, she was nominated for Outer Critics Circle Award for her theater play, Fat Pig in 2005.
Atkinson also got the nomination for Lucille Lortel Award for ‘Outstanding Lead Actress for the same play in the same year. Finally, she earned the Theatre World Award for ‘Outstanding Off-Broadway Debut’ in 2005, for Fat Pig.