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January 16, 1985

Birth Sign



6' (1.83 m)


At age twenty, Ash directed, produced and starred in "Fat Girls" alongside Jonathan Caouette ("Tarnation"), and Robin DeJesus ("Camp"). An official selection of the 2006 Tribeca Film Festival, where "Fat Girls" had its world premiere to major critical acclaim...the film found love in the hearts of independent film lovers across the world."Fat Girls" sold to Regent Entertainment at the festival and opened in theaters nationwide fall of 2007 then to cable and DVD through Liberation Entertainment.MTV Networks picked up "Fat Girls" as a pilot for their network at the Tribeca Film Festival and hired Ash to write, direct and executive produce the series for MTV in New York.In 2009, Ash was a co-producer on the hit Broadway musical "Next to Normal" which garnered 11 Tony nominations and 3 Tony awards including Best Score. "Next to Normal" recently won the 2010 Pulitzer Prize for drama.Ash made waves again with his sophomore feature "Mangus!" - a dark comedy about a boy whose lifelong dream is to star in his high school's production of "Jesus Christ Spectacular". read more

The film starred Jennifer Coolidge, John Waters (as Jesus), Heather Matarazzo and Leslie Jordan. The film sold to Wolfe Releasing after playing festivals all around the world."Nate & Margaret" was Ash's next venture. He produced the quirky comedy directed by Nathan Adloff, which starred Natalie West ("Roseanne"), Tyler Ross and Gaby Hoffmann ("Transparent", "200 Cigarettes".) The film garnered much critical acclaim including three out of four stars from Roger Ebert.In 2012, Ash co-wrote and directed & produced "Petunia", a quirky family comedy set in New York. The film stars Thora Birch, Brittany Snow, Christine Lahti, Michael Urie, Eddie Kaye Thomas and Tobias Segal. The film premiered to rave reviews and recently came to theaters in 2013 and is currently on DVD/VOD.Ash recently directed & produced the indie comedy "Love on the Run" - about an overweight girl on the run with a bank robber whom she falls in love with - starring Frances Fisher ("Titanic"), Steve Howey ("Shameless"), Annaleigh Ashford ("Masters of Sex", Tony Nominee for "Kinky Boots") which is currently in post-production.Ash worked with producer Anne Clements (Sundance and Independent Spirit Award winner - "Quincenera") on a show for Sony's network Crackle entitled "Cleaners" starring Emmanuelle Chiriqui ("Entourage"), Emily Osment ("Hannah Montana"), Missi Pyle, Gina Gershon and David Arquette which is currently available on Crackle.In the winter of 2014, Ash produced "Addication: A 1960's Love Story", which is a 1960's set crime thriller starring Ian Harding ("Pretty Little Liars"), Evanna Lynch ("Harry Potter"), Oscar nominee Carol Kane ("Annie Hall"), Leo Fitzpatrick ("Kids"), Brendan Sexton III ("The Killing") and Chaske Spencer ("Twilight").Ash began producing commercials & music videos in 2014 - his first one begin Billboard Top 10 artist Meghan Trainor for Epic Records.In spring of 2014, Ash produced a psychological thriller entitled "The Inherited" which is being directed by Devon Gummersall ("My So Called Life") and stars Jenn Liu (who also wrote the screenplay), Nathan Darrow ("House of Cards"), Annabella Sciorra ("The Sopranos", "Jungle Fever") and Tammy Blanchard ("Into the Woods", "Moneyball".)He won a 2014 Emmy Award for producing the web series "mI Promise".Ash is in post-production on "Miles" a dramedy set in 1999 starring Molly Shannon, Paul Reiser, Missi Pyle, Stephen Root, Annie Golden and Yeardley Smith, directed by Nathan Adloff. He is also in post-production for "Hurricane Bianca" starring RuPaul's Drag Race winner Bianca Del Rio, "Saturday Night Live" Alum Rachael Dratch, Margaret Cho & Alan Cumming.In 2016, Ash produced the musical feature film "Hello Again" by Michael John LaChiusa starring Audra McDonald, Martha Plimpton, T.R. Knight, Jenna Ushkowitz, Sam Underwod and Nolan Funk.Ash currently resides in New York City.

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