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Ashlee Simpson

Ashlee Simpson Nicknames: Ash

Birth Date: 3 October 1984

Birth Place: Dallas, Texas, USA

Height: 5'6"

Father: Joe Simpson

Mother: Tina Simpson

Sister: Jessica Simpson

Nationality: American

Education: Attended Prairie Creek Elementary
Admitted to School of American Ballet at age 11

Profession: Actress, Singer

Known For : Album "Autobiography" (2004)

"Jess has always made funny comments where you're like, 'Where in the hell did that come from?' But I think it's charming."
- Ashlee Simpson.

Ashlee Simson is the sister of most famous singer Jessica Simpson. Ashlee was a dancer in her sisters concert. Before starting her singing career she played a role of Cicilia in the TV show 7th Heaven in 2004. It was her best performance. And people know her from that show.

After that in 2003 she sang a song Just Let Me Cry for the movie Freaky Friday. On 20th July 2004 her first album Autobiography was released. This album was too superhit it was at no. one for three weeks out of four selling over 398,000 copies during it's first release. First single from her album Pieces of Me was written about her and her boyfriend Ryan Cabrera. Her second single Shadow is about living in the shadow of her sister.

She also performed on the big screen by appearing in the February's film The Hot Chick (2002). She already had done some gust-starring role on the television in the Serial Malcolm in the Middle (2000). She also appeared on Saved by the Bell: The New Class (1993), The Rosie O'Donnell Show (1996), The View (1997), The Tonight Show with Jay Leno (1992) and a Disney Christmas show and concert special.

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