Isla Atkinson is a famous child known for being the daughter of the well-known English comedian, actor, and writer, Rowan Atkinson, who is famously recognized as Mr. Bean. In this article, learn in detail about Atkinson's personal and professional life.
Isla Atkinson Early Life
Isla Atkinson was born in the UK in December 2017. As of 2023, she is five years old and her zodiac sign is Capricorn. Atkinson is the daughter of Rowan Atkinson and Louise Ford. She is British and comes from a white ethnic background. Isla lives with her parents in North London.
Although Atkinson is a celebrity kid, Isla is not often seen in public. Her parents have made a point of keeping her away from the spotlight, which is why it's rare to find photos of Isla Atkinson.
Who is Isla Atkinson's Siblings?
Isla Atkinson has two half-siblings from her father's previous marriage with Sunetra Sastry. The first child, Benjamin Atkinson, was born on 9 September 1993. Benjamin's ethnicity is mixed, with his mother being partly Indian and partly British, and his father being British. He serves in the British army.
Mr. Bean's first-born daughter isLily Grace Sastry, born on 11 July 1995. Lily decided to follow in her father's footsteps and pursued a career in the entertainment industry. The 27-year-old celebrity child is a burlesque dancer, actress, and musician. Lily has made a name for herself in acting and has appeared in movies like Mr. Bean's Holiday, Tooth, The Fifty Cent Smile, and Johnny English Reborn.
How Wealthy is Isla Atkinson?
Isla Atkinson doesn't have any money or earnings of her own right now. But her dad, Rowan Atkinson has a net worth of around $150 million. He is widely recognized for his character, Mr. Bean, which has made him a master of physical comedy.
However, Atkinson has played various roles that highlight his comedic talent and versatility. Besides acting, he is also a successful theater actor. Apart from his work in entertainment, Rowan is a passionate car collector and owns many luxury sports cars.
Isla Atkinson's Father's Journey Into Comedy And Acting
Isla Atkinson's dad Rowan Atkinson, an English actor, comedian, and writer, is best known for his iconic roles in the sitcoms Blackadder (1983–1989) and Mr. Bean(1990–1995). He has also starred in the Johnny English film series (2003–2018) and has been a part of numerous other films and television shows.
Atkinson first rise to fame in the BBC sketch comedy show Not the Nine O'Clock News (1979–1982), which earned him the 1981 British Academy Television Award for Best Entertainment Performance. He also performed at The Secret Policeman's Ball (1979).
Among Mr. Bean's other notable film works are appearances in the James Bond film Never Say Never Again (1983), his role as a bumbling vicar in Four Weddings and a Funeral (1994), lending his voice to the red-billed hornbill Zazu in The Lion King (1994), and playing the jewelry salesman Rufus in Love Actually (2003).
Atkinson portrayed Mr. Bean in the film adaptations Bean (1997) and Mr. Bean's Holiday (2007). Additionally, Rowan featured in the BBC sitcom The Thin Blue Line (1995–1996) and played the titular character in ITV's Maigret (2016–2017).
Outside of television and movies, Rowan's talent extends to the stage, where he has achieved success in stage productions like The Nerd (1984), The New Revue (1986), and The Sneeze (1988). He has also made appearances in other series, including Funny Business (1992).
Isla Atkinson's Mother is Also an Actress
Isla Atkinson's mother Louise Ford is a well-known actor and comedian who was born in 1980. She became famous for her roles as Kate in the comedy series Crashing (2016) and as Jane in the sports drama Fast Girls (2012). Recently, she portrayed Kate Middleton in the television comedy The Windsors.
Louise and Mr. Bean went public with their relationship in 2014 after both starred in the 2012 West End production of Quartermaine's Terms. They officially became a couple after Rowan's divorce from his ex-wife, with whom he was married for 23 years. Before being with Atkinson, Ford dated comedian James Acaster for two years until their relationship ended in 2013.