Lauren Ash is a Canadian actress, writer, and comedian. Born and raised in Belleville, Ontario, Canada, Lauren Ash’s career took off in 2015, when she landed the role of Dina Fox on the hit NBC sitcom, “Superstore.” Her portrayal of the stern and no-nonsense store manager earned her widespread critical acclaim and a legion of dedicated fans. “Superstore” ran for six seasons and became a cultural touchstone, with Lauren Ash at the forefront of its success. During this time, she also made appearances on popular shows like “The Goldbergs,” “Super Fun Night,” and “Faking It.”
One of the milestones in Lauren Ash’s career is her work as a writer and performer on the Canadian sketch comedy show, “Almost Heroes.” The series, which aired from 2011 to 2012, showcased Lauren Ash’s comedic talents and helped establish her as a rising star in the Canadian entertainment scene. She also appeared on several other Canadian shows, including “Lost Girl” and “Scare Tactics.”
Lauren Ash has had the opportunity to work with several celebrities throughout her career. She shared the screen with Rebel Wilson and Liza Lapira in the 2016 film “How to Be Single.” She also appeared in “Dirty 30” alongside YouTube stars Grace Helbig and Hannah Hart. Other notable collaborations include her work with Mindy Kaling on “The Mindy Project,” and her appearance on “Curb Your Enthusiasm” with Larry David.
Lauren Ash’s impressive body of work has not gone unnoticed by her peers and industry professionals. She has been nominated for several awards, including the Canadian Comedy Award for Best Performance by a Female in a Featured Supporting Role for her work on “Almost Heroes.” In 2020, she won the ACTRA Award for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble Cast in a Comedy Series for her work on “Superstore.” Her talent, hard work, and dedication have made her a beloved figure in Hollywood and beyond.
Beyond her work in the entertainment industry, Lauren Ash is also a passionate animal rights advocate. She frequently uses her platform to raise awareness about animal welfare issues and has worked with several non-profit organizations that support animal rescue and rehabilitation. In 2019, she hosted the “Hero Dog Awards,” a televised event that honors dogs for their heroic deeds and service to their communities. Lauren Ash has also been a vocal supporter of animal adoption, and has encouraged her fans to adopt pets from shelters instead of buying from breeders.