Ash Louis

Ash Louis

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Ash Louis is a comedian, writer and actor known for his appearances at the Boston Comedy Festival and "La Comedie De Parkside" in New York, and is the creator, writer and star of the animated comedy "The Dangerous Wanderings of C. Philip Montgomery".

Biography

Ash Louis is a writer, actor and comedian known for hilarious, surreal re-tellings of real-life stories and bizarre observations in his stand-up comedy, but it's his honest and self-deprecating persona that make the crowds fall in love with him.

Ash has traveled his whole life, having lived on the east coast in Connecticut, the west coast in Washington, Pearl Harbor in Hawaii, an emu farm in Oklahoma, and everywhere in between before starting his career in New York and recently moving again to continue it in Los Angeles.

Best known for writing, creating and starring in the animated comedy "The Dangerous Wanderings of C. Philip Montgomery", which was named an Official Selection at the 2012 New York Television Festival, he can be seen next in the upcoming film "Twenty Million People".

In addition to helping to create "Butterface", (the Lady Gaga Parody that has been played on radios across the country and was mentioned in Rolling Stone by Gaga herself, and on abcnews.com as one of the top 5 Lady Gaga parodies of all time.) Ash Louis has also authored the absurd and hilarious book "A Story Unintentional in Retrospect", and it's similarly named sequel "Another Story Unintentional in Retrospect". He has also written several articles for comedy website DailyMockery.com, online advertisements for Australian T-Shirt Company FLASHion, and sketches for NoahSife.com.

Ash Louis was also one-half of the acclaimed musical comedy duo "Tijuana Yacht Club" with comedian Jen Kwok, which ran at the off-Broadway New York Theater The Green Room at 45 Bleecker.