Ashley Bell


Ashley BellAshley Bell (Frankie, Frances Reed, and others in The Voice of the Prairie, Mary in Mary's Wedding) also served at The Colony as the assistant director on Lillian Groag?s The Ladies of The Camellias

Theatre credits include playing Abigail in The Crucible at The Matrix,  a student performance series at The Groundlings directed by Mindy Sterling. In New York, Ashley played the lead in Something More Pleasant in the Fringe Festival, as well as Wounds to the Face, The Martyrdom of Washington Booth, What She Found There, Terminating, I Licked a Slag?s Deodorant, Hero in Much ado about Nothing, and Hermia in Midsummer Night?s Dream. In Cambridge, England, Ashley received the best actress award for playing Ophelia in Hamlet. 

She has also written and performed a one-woman show entitled Acting ServedCold. Ashley appears in the independent feature,  The Truth About Angels directed by Lichelli Lazar-Lea. You can see her in the episode of CSI entitled ?Goodbye and Good Luck,? and battling a vending machine in a Subway commercial. She has done voice work on Stuart Little, Recess the Movie, Assassination of a HighSchool President, Tutenstein, Kingdom ofParadise and Power Rangers

Ashley graduated a year early on the dean?s list from NYU?s Tisch School of the Arts with a BFA in theatre. Kathleen Turner mentored her in a class entitled "Practical Acting: Shut Up and Do It."























October, 2008