Asha is an actor. She has big hair and even bigger dreams, and has recently taken a leap into writing and directing.
Her theatre credits include Money Womb (Theatre 503), A Third (Finborough Theatre), Scarlet (Southwark Playhouse), Electra (Old Vic), Cross Purpose (Crypt Gallery), Medea (The London Theatre), The Hate Play (Box Clever Theatre), Miniaturists: The Interval (Arcola), Courting Drama (Bush), The Tempest (Watford Palace), Lord of the Flies (Broadway Theatre), The Magpies The Wolves (Tristan Bates/Pleasance), Hacked (Theatre 503), The Beggars Opera (Regent’s Park, Open Air)
Her film work includes House Hold, Gemma’s Wedding, Puzzled, White Collar, Weird Love
Alexis is an American comedian living in London. After a year on London's open mic circuit, she jumped feet-first into comedy festivals with a run a show at the 2013 Edinburgh Fringe Festival. She made her solo festival debut in the 2014 Adelaide Fringe Festival, where she performed to sell-out crowds. The same show, "An American’s guide to being like, totally British,” sold out its full run at the Edinburgh Festival later that year, earning a four star review, and also sold out at the Camden Fringe Festival in 2015, where it earned five stars.
She was a finalist in the Comedy Knights Fresh Comedian Competition 2014 in addition to being a finalist in both the 2014 and 2013 Comedy Virgins Max Turner Competition and a semi-finalist in the 2013 Funny Women Awards.