Ashlee Simpson Net Worth: Ashlee Simpson is an American singer-songwriter and actress who has a net worth of $7 million dollars. A singer, songwriter, and occasional actress, Ashlee Simpson has released three studio albums. Her first album, "Autobiography" was a hit, as was its reality show counterpart called simply, "The Ashley Simpson Show". Her fame was tarnished somewhat after a poorly lip-synched performance on a 2004 episode of "Saturday Night Live".
Born Ashlee Nicole Simpson on October 3, 1984, in Waco, Texas, US, she is younger sister of superstar Jessica Simpson. Ashlee is maybe best known as a participant in her sister's reality show Newlyweds: Nick and Jessica, as well as for her appearance in the spin-off program The Ashlee Simpson Show, which portrayed the creation of her debut album, Autobiography. Having fallen in love in music at an early age, 11-year-old Ashlee was the youngest child ever to be admitted in the School of American Ballet. By the time she turned 14, she moved with her parents and older sister to Los Angeles where she was already dancing in Jessica's stage show. While her performances on Malcolm in the Middle and The View earned her a regular role on the television show Seventh Heaven. However, Ashlee's heart was set on a music career. She finally saw the leak of one of her songs, "Just Let Me Cry" , as it landed on the Freaky Friday soundtrack in 2003. Since, Ashlee has continued to work on her rocking and punky demos, a different musical style from Jessica's. Ashlee's debut album eventually came to light in 2004, when MTV was debuting Ashlee's own reality show. In the first week, the album went to #1 on the Billboard album charts with sales of 398,000 copies. Her second effort, I Am Me, was released in October 2005. As part of her tour to support the album, Simpson also appeared as Roxie Hart in the London production of Chicago. 2008 marks Ashlee Simpson marriage with Fall Out Boy bassist Pete Wentz. The same year her third album, Bittersweet World, was released featuring hit singles like "Outta My Head (Ay Ya Ya)" and "Little Miss Obsessive.