Interview with Erica Ash | BHL Conversations

Black Hollywood live hosts Derrial Christon  interviews Erica Ash today on Conversations.

Erica Ash is an NAACP Award winning Broadway, Film and Television Actress currently starring as Brigette Hart (ex-wife of Kevin Hart) on hit series “The Real Husbands of Hollywood” on BET as well as M-Chuck Calloway on the hit series “Survivor’s Remorse” on STARZ .

She was the Original Addie “Micki” Harris and Dionne Warwick in Broadway’s “Baby, It’s You!” and starred in several other Broadway shows including “The Lion King” (Nala) and “Spamalot” (Lady of the Lake) Ash’s TV career started with LOGO’s “The Big Gay Sketch Show” from which she was recruited with a direct offer to join the cast of FOX’s MADtv where she also contributed as a writer having written and sold several sketches to the show which aired on Season 14.

The highlights of Erica Ash’s film career include Scary Movie V (Kendra), Random (Nicole), I Can Smoke? (Carmen) and Minano Ie (Naomi). She is the creator/writer of comedic advice blog “The Deviled Angel” and writes/produces sketch comedy for The Deviled Angel Network. She has done feature segments for The Daily News online and has enjoyed giving back through various charitable organizations such as Make a Wish foundation, Broadway Sings for Pride, The Helping Hands Campaign, Living Beyond Breast Cancer and Faithful Spouses Ministries. She has hosted/participated in benefits for various theaters including the Rubicon Theatre, Pasadena Playhouse and Celebration Theater.

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