Sheila Atim MBE, a Ugandan-British actress, singer, composer, and dramatist, was born in January 1991. In 2013, Shiela Atim made her stage debut at Shakespeare’s Globe in The Lightning Child, a musical that she and her performing coach Ché Walker co-wrote.
Atim gained the 2018 Laurence Olivier Award for Best Supporting Actress in a Musical for her effectivity as Marianne Laine in a singular manufacturing of Girl from the North Country, following critically acclaimed stage roles inside the Donmar Warehouse’s all-female Shakespeare trilogy in 2016 and totally different productions. Atim’s drama Anguis had its world premiere on the 2019 Edinburgh Festival Fringe, and she or he has written music for a variety of companies.
Who Is Sheila Atim Mother?
Sheila Atim, who was born in Uganda in January 1991, relocated to the UK alongside together with her mother when she was merely 5 months earlier. As a outcomes of the non-public nature of Sheila Atim particulars about her mother weren’t obtainable on the time of scripting this publish.
Atim attended the Coopers’ Company and Coborn School whereas rising up in Rainham, London.