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ACTOR. WRITER. SINGER.
An award winning actor & writer, Ashley began her career as a child in Irvine, CA garnering such honors as a semi-finalist in the Los Angeles Music Center's Spotlight Awards for Non- Classical Voice and the Cerritos Center's Scholarship for excellence in Music Theater. She continued her studies at Northwestern University where she debuted multiple new works through the American Music Theater Project and the historic Waa-Mu show.
The summer after her junior year she studied Shakespeare at Oxford University through the prestigious BADA program under the great John Barton.
Ashley then attended the acclaimed USC School of Dramatic Arts, where she earned her MFA in Acting, studying under Andy Robinson, David Bridel, Natsuko Ohama and David Warshofsky.
Since graduating, Ashley has performed across the country in multiple theaters as well as on screen, understudying the role of Jenny/ Marge in the West Coast Premiere of Anne Washburn's, " Mr. Burns, a Post-Electric Play" and recently wrapping " The Space Between" starring Kelsey Grammer ( Cheers, Frasier) and directed by Rachel Winter ( Dallas Buyer's Club). Her work has taken her as far as Qatar and Brazil, where she performed her one woman show, "Beyond the Rain" as well as taught masterclasses in acting and vocal technique.
As a writer, Ashley first gained recognition for co-writing a CGI remake of the 1987 classic, "The Brave Little Toaster". She continues to have multiple scripts in various stages of development. She also has edited and ghost written multiple autobiographies and TED Talks for top entertainment professionals.
Ashley currently resides in Los Angeles, CA with her two kittens Harlowe & Monroe ( even though she swears, she's a dog person) and co-owns a feminist brewery: Girly Beer Co. (IG: @girlybeerco) and hosts the poscast, SHE.. She is a proud member of Actor's Equity Association as well as SAG-AFTRA.
For more information, read Ashley's interview on Broadwayworld.com :