Comedian Ashley Storrie is best known for her pop culture parodies like Tanya Potter, Scottish Game of Thrones and Scottish little mermaid. You might also know her from her wildly successful channel 4 Sketch "ID please" or as the inventor of the Buffet Bra.
She is the award winning host of the Ashley Storrie Show on BBC Radio Scotland and the host of TV's 'Up For It'. She is a regular guest panellist on BBC Radio Scotland’s Breaking The News and BBC NI's the Blame Game.
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. She's starred in Dinosaur a TV pilot about a woman with Autism, produced by Two Brothers.
Ashley's stand up career has gone from strength to strength with back to back sold out runs of the Edinburgh Fringe, a hit special on the Up Next comedy streaming service and a growing and dedicated following.
"A total revelation"
- Dawn French