Again, I just want to be clear...I'm not a lawyer. I think I may have picked the wrong template for a comedy-writer's website. But here we are; me, a writer (Winner of Best Television Pilot - 3rd Place at the 2013 London Film Awards for "Department 4-10" , Semi-Finalist in the 2014 Creative World Awards and Official Finalist in the 2014 Chicago Screenplay Contest for the pilot "The Riley Expeditions" and Semi-Finalist in the WriteMovies 34 Writing Contest for the pilot "Regional Artifacts") and you, a Nordic mother of seven, most likely looking to purchase large quantities of fish and wool online, but accidentally stumbling upon the website of writer (and Official Selection at the 2012 New York Television Festival for writing and creating the animated comedy pilot The Dangerous Wanderings of C. Philip Montgomery) Ash Louis. I can't help you purchase mass quantities of seafood or knitting materials, and for that I apologize, however, you can stay and watch comedy videos I made when I was having trouble sleeping, read my Lady Deadpool spec scripts, or my entire novella, Courage and Honour : A Humorous Historical Fiction for free, or check out the random literature humor in the blog Excerpts from Books that don't Exist. I have also been published in Mouse Tales Press and Time Out New York (and on the Comedy Central @midnight Tumblr for my hashtag warring) and have appeared in commercials for Microsoft Hover!, Natural Light Beer (as the Natty Light Wizard) and LifeProof Phone Cases (as the gnarly guy in the headband). You can also see me (briefly) in the new film Twenty Million People.
"Getting drunk and going on amazon.com is the prologue to getting an unexpected gift in the mail one week later." - Ash Louis
Did you know that eating watermelon seeds can be dangerous? The scent of your bowel movements will attract coyotes, who tend to eat people in their sleep as a result.
Extra Fun Fact: Some coyotes can pick door locks!
Did you know the weather is controlled by your mood? Most of the scientific community believes otherwise, but most scientists work for the government!
Extra Fun Fact: Did you know that cabbages almost stopped America from being colonized?
Never has been. It also doesn't seem likely to change in the future, given the amount of reading involved in becoming one. If you came to this website looking for a lawyer, you're bad at the internet.