Angie Gregory was born in Paducah, Kentucky and raised nearby on a rural farm. She spent most of her childhood climbing trees and writing short stories. After high school, she was a vagabond for several years before enrolling at Murray State University. She was actively involved in TV Production, Theatre, and Creative Writing, finally earning an honors degree in Humanities.
In 2004, Angie relocated to Los Angeles to pursue a career as an actress and writer until the need for life-saving heart surgery slowed her roll. Angie traveled to Indianapolis and underwent mitral valve repair and reconstruction in February 2012. Feeling renewed, she returned to Los Angeles in 2013. She occasionally acts, but dedicates most of her time to writing the stories she almost didn't have the chance to tell.
Angie is a proud member of SAG-AFTRA and has appeared on several TV episodes, including the Season 13 Finale of CSI: Crime Scene Investigation and Season 2 Finale of Blunt Talk (starring Sir Patrick Stewart). Her most notable films are "CHiPs" (Warner Bros. 2017) and Official Slamdance Selection, "The Republic of Rick" (2014).
She recently finished her debut novel. Although she has credits as a screenwriter, she is thrilled to explore a career as an novelist. Angie creates content with revolutionary feminists who are sex-positive, intelligent game-changers. Her woke stories promote social justice and equal rights.
Angie lives near Pasadena with her wife. They have one son and too many cats.