Wasilewski's first role came in the 1994 Japanese animated film Heisei tanuki gassen pompoko, where she was one of the additional voices dubbing in English. She is also known for her television roles. She studied acting at the Catholic University in Washington, DC and early on performed in musical comedies at area dinner theaters.

She has made guest appearances in TV series, such as FriendsTwo and a Half MenGeorge & LeoTotal SecuritySaved by the BellParty of FiveDiagnosis MurderState of GraceThe Nightmare RoomProvidenceCharmedCold CaseERGeneral HospitalPushThe West WingWonderfallsThe Bernie Mac ShowBoston LegalFamily GuyMonkMAD, and many more.

Audrey Wasilewski has recurred on the drama series Big Love as Pam Martin and on Mad Men as Anita Olson Respola.

She voiced Misty and Tuck on the Nickelodeon animated series My Life as a Teenage Robot in 2003, and also voiced Laura in Scooby-Doo and the Alien Invaders. She voices a veterinarian named Dr. Glove in Back at the Barnyard. In 2007, she voiced Garfield's love interest Arlene in the animated direct-to-video film Garfield Gets Real, and reprised the character on The Garfield Show, the following year. She is also the voice of Bessie in Random! Cartoons and she also voiced Terk in a Tarzan video game. She is voicing Ortensia, Oswald the Lucky Rabbit's cat girlfriend in Epic Mickey 2: The Power of Two.

In 2008, Wasilewski played the supporting role of Heidi in the feature film, Clear Lake, WI,[1] starring Michael Madsen.

Most recently in the 2010 feature film RED, Wasilewski appeared in a cameo alongside Bruce Willis and John Malkovich in which she played a doomed "gun for hire" sent to assassinate them, her character had a swift exit after calling Marvin Boggs an "old man".

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