Comedian and Sitcom Trials finalist Ashley Storrie most recently made waves when her Harry Potter parody #tanyapotter was picked up by Lad Bible over Halloween and is currently at over 19 million views. She also recently made the Winter is Coming viral for BBC Scotland inhouse through their Short Stuff strand.
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 wraught son, produced by Turmeric Media for BBC Scotland, starring Andy Gray & Jamie Quinn. 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/p01sns00
In 2014- 2015 Storrie toured with the live children’s show Sing-A-Longa Frozen, performing to sold out theatres across Britain including the Lowry in Salford, The Edinburgh Playhouse and the Sunderland Empire. She continues her work with Sing-a-Longa productions hosting Grease, Dirty Dancing, The Rocky Horror Show and their world famous Sing-A-Longa Sound of Music.
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 in 2016 after her episodes garnered the most online engagement of the series, with celebrity fans including William Shatner. She has also guested on current affairs comedy panel show Breaking The News.
Ashley has just completed filming on web series Graduettes which is currently in post production, to be released in 2016 and continues to co-produce and co-host the Podcast Awards nominated "Janey Godley's Podcast" with her mother, comedian Janey Godley, which has tens of thousands of listeners.