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|Born||January 24, 1985 (age 34),|
|Baptised||January 24, 1985 (age 34),|
|Alma mater||Loyola Marymount University, University College London|
|Occupation||Film producer, Writer, Creative Director|
Life and Career
Ashley Mansour is an author, writer and producer from Los Angeles, California. Her first feature film, Back Roads, starring Juliette Lewis and Alex Pettyfer premiered as an Official Selection in the Spotlight Narrative section at the 2018 Tribeca Film Festival, and won first prize for Best Feature at the 2018 Rhode Island International Film Festival, and was an official selection at Heartland Film Festival. In 2019 won best drama feature at Stockholm Independent Film Festival. On IMDb, the film holds an approval rating of 7.2/10. On Rotten Tomatoes, the film holds an audience score rating of 98% based on 708 users and a critics review rating of 74% based on 19 reviews.
Ashley’s first novel, Blood, Ink and Fire was released in 2015 by Upturn Publishing and reaching Amazon Best Seller shortly after its release. In 2019 Ashley next book, The Writing Success Code; 7-Day Guide hit Amazon Best Selling list again. Utilizing her literary and legal background, she continues to develop book-to-screen adaptations for film and television and has been a producer at Upturn Productions for four years. She set up her own production company in 2018, Monikher Productions with its upcoming adaption of Saving Beck a novel by NY Times best-selling author, Courtney Cox. In 2019 Ashley founded LA Writing Coach business to help entrepreneurs, experts, coaches, consultants and business owners fast-track writing and publishing their books.
|2018||Back Roads (2018 film)||Producer|
-The Writing Success Code; 7-Day Guide (2019)
Mansour married Craig Robinson in 2016.