Sheila Atim MBE, a Ugandan-British actress, singer, composer, and dramatist, was born in January 1991.
In the all-female Shakespeare trilogy produced by the Donmar Warehouse in 2016 and set in a women’s jail, Atim acquired reward for her roles as Ferdinand in The Tempest, Gadshill and Lady Percy in Henry IV, and Lucius in Julius Caesar.
Sheila Atim (Ferdinand) and Leah Harvey (Miranda) are adorably humorous and endearing as they seize the giddy gaucheries of previous love, consistent with every The Guardian and The Independent. The Guardian known as Atim “a glorious, giddy Ferdinand and a moving Lady Percy – frequently seems to be physically stabbing the text as much as speaking it.”
Sheila Atim, who was born in Uganda in January 1991, relocated to the UK alongside along with her mother when she was merely 5 months outdated.
She attended the Coopers’ Company and Coborn School whereas rising up in Rainham, London.
Who Is Sheila Atim Partner?
Currently, she is single, Atim has no romantic pursuits.