Ash Louis is a writer and comedian known for his stand-up comedy with real-life stories and bizarre observations filtered through his uniquely hilarious perspective, but it's his loveable - honest and self-deprecating - persona that makes the crowd fall in love with him. He has written two absurdist humor books, as well as the animated comedy pilot The Dangerous Wanderings of C. Philip Montgomery, which Louis also created and starred in and was named an Official Selection at the 2012 New York Television Festival.
Starting his career in New York as a comedian, Ash has headlined and hosted at some of the most well-known comedy shows and venues in the Northeast, including performing at the 2011 Boston Comedy Festival and the New York Underground Comedy Festival. Ash Louis is also the creator and a common performer in the monthly comedy variety show La Comedie De Parkside at Parkside Lounge in New York City's Lower East Side.
On June 5th, 1944 General George S. Patton gave a speech to the troops before D-Day. He did this because on June 4th, 1944 his cousin, Eugene Patton, gave this one...
Ash Louis tells a true story from his child hood, then re-enacts the home video that wasn't there to record the actual situation. This is Episode 1: The Father Who Stole Christmas.
Ash Louis stars in a new horror movie... ish. www.ashlouis.com
A lot can happen in 72 hours after a zombie virus outbreak....
Ash Louis plays a sweet love song to the audience while opening for comedian Jon Fisch.
Ash Louis talks about how he wrote a book, why he wears a 'Yale' T-Shirt, why he shouldn't play Boggle, and how non-New Yorkers view New York.