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      Ashley Park

      Ashley Park

      Highest Rated: 90% Joy Ride (2023)

      Lowest Rated: 70% Mean Girls (2024)

      Birthday: Jun 6, 1991

      Birthplace: Glendale, California, USA

      Ashley Park was an American stage and television actress who was best known for her roles on "Tales of the City" (Netflix, 2019) and "Emily in Paris" (Paramount Network, 2020). Born in Glendale, California and raised in Ann Arbor, Michigan, Park's love of performing began when she was a very young girl. Her parents enrolled her in dance lessons when she was 3 years-old, and before long a genuine love for performance had blossomed. Park eventually gravitated towards theater, and by the time she was in middle school she was appearing in various children's musical productions throughout her hometown of Ann Arbor. With her fledgling stage career on the rise, Park received some catastrophic news when she was 15. She was diagnosed with a form of leukemia and immediately had to undergo chemotherapy. Park was hospitalized for nearly a year, but stayed strong throughout the difficult process and eventually beat the disease. Upon returning to high school, post-chemotherapy, a stronger-than-ever Park picked up right where she left of, and quickly nabbed a part in her high school's production of the musical "Thoroughly Modern Millie." Upon graduation from high school, Park enrolled in the musical theater program at the University of Michigan. Throughout her four years in college, Park would spend her summers performing in musicals for theaters in Wichita, Kansas and Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. When she graduated with her BFA in musical theater in 2013, Park made her Broadway debut in February of 2014 as an ensemble member of the musical "Mamma Mia!" and followed that up by playing Gabrielle on the U.S. national tour of "Rodgers + Hammerstein's Cinderella." Then in April of 2015 Park nabbed her very first leading role on Broadway as Tuptim in the revival of "The King and I." The role earned Park, and various other members of the cast who appeared on the show's album, a Grammy nomination for Best Musical Theater Album. After "The King and I" closed in June of 2016, Park continued building her Broadway credentials with a part in "Sunday in the Park with George," which also starred Jake Gyllenhaal, and a starring role in the Broadway musical "Mean Girls" in 2018. That show, which was written by Tina Fey, who also wrote the 2004 screenplay for which the musical was based, earned Park her first Tony nomination for Best Featured Actress in a Musical. In addition to appearing on Broadway, by the late 2010s Park began adding TV roles to her acting repertoire. In addition to nabbing a recurring role on "Nightcap" (Pop, 2016-17), Park joined the cast of the Netflix mini-series "Tales of the City," as well as the comedy-drama series "Emily in Paris." "Emily in Paris" premiered on the Paramount Network in 2020, and was created by Darren Star, who created "Beverly Hills, 90210" (Fox, 1990-2000) and HBO's "Sex and the City" (HBO, 1998-2004).

      Highest rated movies

      Joy Ride Mr. Malcolm's List Mean Girls

      Photos

      Ashley Park at arrivals for 73rd Annual Tony Awards, Radio City Music Hall at Rockefeller Center, New York, NY June 9, 2019. Photo By: Jason Mendez/Everett Collection Ashley Park at arrivals for Human Rights Campaign 2019 Los Angeles Dinner, The JW Marriott Los Angeles at L.A. LIVE, Los Angeles, CA March 30, 2019. Photo By: Priscilla Grant/Everett Collection Ashley Park in attendance for THE CHER SHOW Opening Night on Broadway, Neil Simon Theatre & Pier 60 at Chelsea Piers, New York, NY December 3, 2018. Photo By: RCF/Everett Collection Ashley Park in attendance for MEAN GIRLS on Broadway Opening Night Curtain Call and After Party, August Wilson Theatre and Tao Downtown, New York, NY April 8, 2018. Photo By: Jason Mendez/Everett Collection Ashley Park at arrivals for The Point Honors Gala, The Plaza Hotel, New York, NY April 3, 2017. Photo By: Jason Mendez/Everett Collection Ashley Park at arrivals for The Point Honors Gala, The Plaza Hotel, New York, NY April 3, 2017. Photo By: Jason Mendez/Everett Collection

      Filmography

      Movies

      Credit
      70% 62% Mean Girls Madame Park (Character) $72.1M 2024
      90% 82% Joy Ride Audrey (Character) $12.8M 2023
      83% 82% Mr. Malcolm's List Gertie Covington (Character) $1.9M 2022
      No Score Yet No Score Yet Ghosts of Hiroshima Nori (Character) - 2022
      No Score Yet No Score Yet Stay Olivia (Character) - 2021
      No Score Yet 71% Ratatouille: The TikTok Musical Colette (Character) - 2021

      TV

      Credit
      No Score Yet 10% The View Guest 2023
      98% 66% Star Wars: Visions Unknown (Voice) 2023
      No Score Yet 24% The Jennifer Hudson Show Guest 2023
      85% 42% Next in Fashion Judge 2023
      No Score Yet No Score Yet The Talk Guest 2023
      63% 48% Emily in Paris Mindy Chen (Character) 2020-2022
      No Score Yet 62% The Kelly Clarkson Show Guest 2022
      No Score Yet 36% Jimmy Kimmel Live! Guest 2022
      No Score Yet No Score Yet The Accidental Wolf Unknown (Character) 2021
      No Score Yet 31% The Drew Barrymore Show Music Performer 2020
      No Score Yet 60% Nightcap Olivia (Character) 2017
      9% 75% Rosewood Unknown (Guest Star) 2016