Greg Ash
Greg Ash is an award-winning British filmmaker, writer and actor who likes to make people laugh. His films have been screened at festivals across the world including Cannes Film Festival, LA Comedy Festival, Palm Springs Shortfest, Austin Film Festival, New York TV Festival and been distributed worldwide by Shorts TV and Network Ireland TV. He most recently directed Julian Glover in short film 'Mr. Invisible' (2013), which was awarded 'Best of Fest' at Palm Springs Shortsfest, the Audience Award at Austin Film Festival and the Grand Jury and Audience Choice Award at Seattle Shorts. It was also longlisted for a Bafta in 2014.

With his passion for comedy, Greg is the founder of 'We Like Laughter' a British sketch collective, and the creator of hit web series 'Super Chill' and 'Scott's Lookalikes.' He is currently developing a number of feature length comedy films for his production company Big Bright Lights. His 'Bigfoot' feature script was a Finalist at the 2014 Sundance Screenplay Table Read Competition. He blogs regularly about his unerotic encounters as a hopeless romantic at Fifty Shades of Greg.

In the future Greg would like to be at least partly responsible for world peace. It's also his dream to have someone someday write his biography for him.

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Chaplin: One Hundred Years of Laughter

(0) Comments | Posted 6 March 2014 | (14:05)

Last month marked the 100th anniversary of Charlie Chaplin's first film. In tribute to the man George Bernard Shaw called "the only genius of motion pictures" I made a pilgrimage to the exact place where he signed his first film contract and his incredible cinematic journey began.

Chaplin's first contract...

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