BGB TEACHER – ASHLEY RIDEAUX
After graduating from SMU’s Meadows School of the Arts with a BFA in Acting, Ashley did what some would call the impossible, and supported herself for years performing on regional theatre stages across the country. A few of her favorite roles include the titular role in ANTIGONE, Paulina from THE WINTER’S TALE, Ruth Younger in A RAISIN IN THE SUN, and Malcolm (among several other characters) in a six-person, all-female cast of MACBETH. Since moving to Los Angeles, she has appeared in numerous national commercials, indie projects, including the award-winning comedy short, CHOKE.KICK.GIRL., THE AFFAIR on Showtime, and most recently an interactive live action video game called TELLING LIES through Annapurna Interactive. Currently she is wearing the hat of producer, writer, and content creator, and had her first digital series optioned this past year. Ashley is a champion of diversity, truth, and finding strength through vulnerability. When she’s not acting, writing, or producing, you can find her teaching yoga, meditation, pranayama, philosophy classes, teacher trainings, workshops, and retreats all over the world.
Explore Ashley’s Classes: The Ongoing Thursday Daytime Workout
Taking a class with Ashley is not an audition or employment opportunity and there is no suggestion or guarantee of an audition or employment as a result of taking his classes.
The BGB Actors Summit
Meet RISA and STEVE in our ONLINE STUDIO
Once a month, Risa and Steve offer an opportunity for you to meet Risa, Steve, and a few of our BGB Master Teachers in our Online Studio for a FREE 75-minute LIVE virtual talk, where we’ll dive deep- in an online class setting- into how you can take your career to the next level, how we approach career and craft at BGB, and why your vulnerability and bravery are so vital, now more than ever.
And we’ll be here to answer your questions about anything- including the Industry, auditioning, career building, craft, collaboration, and artistic leadership in these unprecedented, uncertain times.