Ashleigh Hubbard is a versatile Canadian actress, lauded by professionals in the field for her presence on camera. She has been described as a “uniquely talented actress” and a “natural born star” whose “abilities...elevate the quality of productions in which she takes part.”
So it’s not a coincidence that Ashleigh started performing in renowned Theatrical Productions at such a young age. At ten years old, Ashleigh starred in many community theatre productions, to name a few, her first theatrical role as Prissy Andrews in the classic ‘Anne of Green Gables’ catapulted her career and she then landed the Lead as Gladys Herdman, in “The Best Christmas Pageant Ever” and also starred as Cinderella in the theatrical version in Toronto at age 12.
“What amazes me is that my personality hasn’t changed from the second I was born. I came out smiling and was like ‘alright world I’m here ... I’m just going to have a long overdue theatrical cry and then try and live on my mom’s breasts in between ...”
“I’ve always had this love affair with performing - it’s the one constant outlet that never shuts down my shine and soul.”
“My parents friends would come over and watch me perform for hours- singing, dancing, putting on impromptu plays. “I never once doubted my passion to perform and take this journey in life - it makes my heart sing and becoming characters from every walk of life on screen and entertaining and provoking emotion in another being is the heart of why I love performing.”
Later Ashleigh went on to earn an undergraduate degree in Anthropology from the University of Western Ontario in 2004, but immediately after graduating Ashleigh decided to pursue her dream and by 2005, she started landing many coveted roles.
In between projects, Ashleigh studied for three years at Carter Thor Studios East, an acting studio originating from Los Angeles, California as well as Intensive Master Classes to perfect her craft. Now Ashleigh still continues to study, as she just took an intensive course at Howard Fine Acting Studio.
Her first guest starring role was on "Lovebites," a micro-series centering on the lives of a young witty couple on TBS. Shortly after, Ashleigh landed the lead on "Punched Up", a comedy-reality series produced by the Comedy Network. She then Guest Starred on the hit Canadian drama, "Murdoch Mysteries" airing on CityTV in Toronto.
Eventually, Ashleigh landed the lead role of ‘Tiffany’ in the Motion Picture “American Pie: Beta House.” Ms. Hubbard is featured front and center on the cover of the DVD and thus, became an iconic symbol of the film. Next Ashleigh appeared in another Universal Pictures’ Motion Picture “Repo Men”, which grossed over $17,581,000 and worked alongside Jude Law and Forest Whitaker.
Ashleigh then landed the character of ‘Blonde’ in the critically acclaimed Hollywood Motion Picture “Kick-Ass” with Nicholas Cage and Directed by Matthew Vaughn, which grossed $96,000,000 and was distributed by Universal Pictures and Lionsgate.
Further still, Ashleigh loves Indie Films and played the Supporting role of “Lisa Lunsky” in Protocol Entertainment’s Film, “Puck Hogs”.
Hubbard then landed the supporting role of "Pepper" in the 2010 Lionsgate produced Martial Art Feature Film, "Unrivaled." The film was such a success that it was chosen for various international film festivals, including the Las Vegas International Film Festival and The Reel World Film Festival in Toronto.
Ms. Hubbard was also a Spokesmodel/Co-host of "Howie Do It", the NBC Series starring Howie Mandel. The series featured practical jokes in the vein of earlier shows like "Punk'd" - and once the farce was exposed, Howie Mandel appeared to deliver the show's punch line, "This is Howie Do It!"
Next, Hubbard landed the supporting dramatic role of "Kristy" in the Indie Feature, "Mr.Viral" slated to hit the festival circuit in 2013. And next up, Ashleigh will star as “Talia” in “No Way Out”, a Feature Film slated to shoot in the Fall of 2013.
As an Actress, Ashleigh's journey is “only beginning and I can’t wait to showcase my talent in a variety of roles. This isn’t an unknown journey - this is my career and my passion and the best roles are yet to come. Acting is like wine really, I improve with age.”
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