Comedian Ashley Storrie is best known for her Harry Potter parody #tanyapotter, which was picked up by the national press and Lad Bible and is currently at over 24 million views.
She is a regular guest panellist on BBC Radio Scotland’s Breaking The News. In 2017 she guested on Fred MacAulay Live At The Edinburgh Stand (BBC Radio 4) and was heard on BBC Radio Scotland’s sitcom jailmates. Ashley can also be seen in new web series The Graduettes.
Ashley’s first acting part was aged three playing “the wee girl in the metal tea urn” in short film Alabama, then at five, she was cast in an advert for Fairy Liquid soap powder, directed by Ken Loach, and aged 10 had the lead role in the independent movie Wednesday’s Child.
Ashley wrote and performed in her first comedy pilot, Cat’s Crime, a comedy about a mother and daughter crime-solving duo for BBC Radio Scotland in 2010. In 2014 she wrote and performed in ‘Conundrums My Dad Says’ a radio comedy about a Man with Asperger’s and his over wrought son. That same year Ashley wrote and performed in four comedy shorts for BBC Radio Scotland all focusing on the animal kingdom, http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p01sns0
In September of 2015 Ashley was asked to step in as a guest host on the late night Radio show “The Music Match” a three hour music and chat show for BBC Radio Scotland, and continues guest presenting after her episodes garnered the most online engagement of the series, with celebrity fans including William Shatner.
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