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Nicholas L. Ashe
May 1, 1995 (28)
Nicholas L. Ashe is an American actor and musician, who gained popularity for his role as Micah West on the OWN television series “Queen Sugar,” produced by Ava DuVernay and Oprah Winfrey.
Ashe’s work on screen isn’t confined to “Queen Sugar,” but it certainly is a cornerstone. He’s also showcased his talent in other television shows such as “The Lion Guard,” where he lent his voice to the character Kion. While television has been the major medium of his artistic expression, Ashe has also proven his versatility by performing on stage in Off-Broadway productions like “Choir Boy,” where his portrayal was highly appreciated.
Over the years, Ashe has worked with an impressive roster of celebrities and creators. Among them are Ava DuVernay and Oprah Winfrey, the producers of “Queen Sugar.” Additionally, he shared screen time with fellow actors Rutina Wesley and Dawn-Lyen Gardner on the same show. His stage experience in “Choir Boy” led to collaborations with the likes of Jeremy Pope and Chuck Cooper. On “The Lion Guard,” his voice acting is featured alongside those of Rob Lowe and Gabrielle Union. Other notable collaborations include working with director Tina Landau and sharing the stage with Austin Pendleton in theatrical productions.