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Brand spankinly new comedian for 2010; He’s everything a stand-up should be: confident, happy, short, slightly hairy and very, very funny. Really one to watch this year - makes stand-up look easy. Ashley is out to prove the theory that short men are funnier!
The former club D.J, blue coat and radio drive-time presenter who by his own emission has the “perfect face for radio”, has grown out of his entertainment roots, left his cd’s and headphones behind, bought a suit (in the January sales from Mother Care), sat-nav (still warm to touch – off the back of a lorry) and is making audiences laugh at gigs all over the U.K.
A fresh new talent for the decade, hungry (what’s new there!) to build on the recent success of comedy springing out of Wales in TV, radio and stand up. He’s left his Mid-Wales castle in the capable hands of the National Trust (open for the tourists to visit - if you’re a member it’s free!) and he’s hit the comedy road to great acclaim.
On the books with John Marshall (Agraman) of Buzz Comedy across the Midlands and North West and a sure bet to climb up the comedy ranks. Working regularly at the Regent Centre and also popping up in Cardiff clubs and at regional “open mic” hot spots.
Skilled and versatile M.C for comedy nights or “up-for-it” as top of the bill! Ashley’s sharp easy humour is warming to any audience and brings to the stage a supreme confidence and heart warming act. The first Ashley in history to try comedy, after other Ashley’s have cornered the market in fabric & soft furnishings, the cobbled streets of Weatherfield, ice cream cones and premiership football?
A true all rounder - Ashley is also putting the finishing touches to a new radio sketch show; featuring Reginald Potter a travel agent working at ‘Britain Leads the Way’, Rob Beard the very misleading newspaper salesman and un-lucky Job ‘C’ Kerr: and his doomed life in recession hit Britain.
Watch this space?