Making Dreams Come True
Actress/singer/songwriter Ashenputtel "Ashlee" Abrams is the eldest grandchild of Australian pop/rock pioneer April Byron. Ashlee began acting professionally at the age of 11, when she won the title role in the stage adaptation of Lewis Carroll's classic "Alice in Wonderland". Other film, T.V., and theatre work followed, including leading stage roles in "Grease", "Into the Woods", "The Rocky Horror Show", and "Cinderella", among many others. As a lead vocalist, Ashlee has performed across the country at world-famous venues including The Grand Ole Opry, Whisky A GoGo, and Universal Studios. She is named after her Mother, Cinderella - Ashenputtel is the German title of the classic fairytale. Ashlee's powerhouse vocals, quick wit, and natural ability to captivate children's attention and imaginations makes her the most sought-after Princess tribute artist performing today.