Ash Christian Wiki – Biography
Ash Christian (born Ash Ray Christian) was an American actor, filmmaker, and producer. He was the founder of Cranium Entertainment, where he developed and produced films, including “Burn,” Coyote Lake,” Hurricane Bianca,” “Social Animals” and “1985.”
His current projects included Mayim Bialik’s directorial debut “As Sick as They Made Us,” starring Candice Bergen, Simon Helberg and Dustin Hoffman; Nightfall with Matt Bomer and Sam Worthington, directed by Addison McQuigg (Bloodline); and The Sixth Reel, directed by and starring Charles Busch and co-directed by Carl Andress; Chick Fight with Malin Akerman, Fortune Feimster, and Alec Baldwin; and Paper Spiders, featuring Lili Taylor, Max Casella, and Peyton List.
Christian began his career in community theater in Paris, Texas. He began writing and directing short films at age 14, and then left for Los Angeles at age 16 to pursue acting. At 19, he wrote, starred, and directed his first feature film, Fat Girls, which premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival and won the Outstanding Emerging Talent Award at L.A. Outfest 2006. Christian was also known for several of his television roles, starring in The Good Fight, The Good Wife, and Law and Order.
Ash Christian Age
Ash Christian was born on January 16, 1985, in Paris, Texas, United States. He was found dead on August 13, 2020, in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico. He was 35 years old.
Ash Christian Death
Ash Christian was found dead on Thursday, August 13, 2020, in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico. His producing partner Anne Clements said in the following statement to Variety:
“Ash was a great friend, colleague, and partner in crime. He was a champion of indie film and filmmakers and his love of the process of putting movies together was infectious. My heart goes out to his family, especially his mother. The world lost one of the good ones.”
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Film producer Jordan Yale Levin said in an Instagram post: “In complete shock. RIP to my brother @ashchristian. This doesn’t make any sense to me. You had so much more life to live. We’ve shared so many great memories over the years that I’ll never forget. I love you and will miss you very much.”
We’re Here star Shangela wrote on Instagram: “I didn’t believe it when I heard. I was just joking and texting with you earlier this week. My friend. Intelligent. Funny. A fellow Paris Texan. We were two of the gays from Paris that found each other in the biz and vowed to make it to the front page of the Paris News. I keep looking at our last texts like “how is it that if I text you right now there’s no way you can ever text me back?” this hurts. But I promise u I’ll check in on ur mom. And I’ll forever honor the belief u had in me. @ashchristian Rest In Peace my amazing friend. you made your beautiful mark on this crazy world for sure.”
Cause of Death
Ash Christian’s cause of death was not revealed.
Ash Christian’s net worth is unclear.