| This Girl's Life|
University of Sussex
| Ashley Baron-Cohen|
1967 (age 47–48)London, England
Film director, screenwriter, film producer
Simon Baron-Cohen (brother)
Sacha Baron Cohen (cousin)
Simon Baron-Cohen, Dan Baron Cohen, Suzannah Baron Cohen, Aliza Baron Cohen
Pups, The Blind Bastards Club, Bang, The Confession
Sam Baron, Robin Lindley-Baron
Judith Baron Cohen, Vivian Baron Cohen
Juliette Marquis, Simon Baron‑Cohen, Cameron Van Hoy, David Alan Graf, Kip Pardue
Ash Baron-Cohen Wikipedia
Ashley Baron-Cohen (born in London) is an independent English filmmaker also known as simply Ash. He has a bachelor's degree in experimental psychology from University of Sussex, and trained as a filmmaker at the Pasadena Art Center. He currently resides in Los Angeles.
Ash is known for such films as Bang and This Girl's Life.
While in film school, he persuaded Richard Harris to leave the set of Clint Eastwood's Unforgiven to star in his student film for free.
Bang – 1995
Pups – 1999
The Blind Bastards Club – 2002
Little Warriors – 2002
This Girl's Life – 2003
The Confession – 2005
Radioactive – 2009
Novella – 2009
1997 – Bang – Top Ten Movies of the Year – Roger Ebert
1997 – Bang – Top Ten Movies of the Year – Los Angeles Times
1997 – Bang – Spirit Award Nominee – Best Newcomer
1999 – Stockholm Film Festival – Nominated for "Bronze Horse" Award for Pups
2000 – Cognac Festival du Film Policier – Won "New Blood" Award for Pups
2000 – Yubari International Fantastic Film Festival – Won "Special Jury Prize" for Pups
2005 – Little Warriors – U.S. TV Guide Winner – Outstanding Biographical Program
His brother is the academic Simon Baron-Cohen.
Ash is legally blind without his contact lens.
He is the cousin of actor and comedian Sacha Baron Cohen.