Ashley Gilmour is a professional theatre actor who is famous throughout the West End. He is perhaps best known for his role as Enjolras in the 2014 West End Revival of Miss Saigon.
He is a skilled Tenor, and he is also proficient in jazz, tap, street, contemporary, pas de deux and Ballet dancing. Among his other hobbies are swimming, cricket, basketball, rugby, tennis, scuba diving, football and field hockey.
Ashley went to the Arts Educational Schools, London for training, and graduated in 2013 with a BA Honours Degree in Musical Theatre.
He has worked in various production like Assassins at the Arts Educational Theatre, where he played the role of Leon Czolgosz. His credits also include playing the roles of Mr Metcalf/ensemble in Luke Sheppard's Betty Blue Eyes (Arts Ed); Warner Huntingdon III in Adam Penford's Legally Blonde at Arts Ed; understudied the role of Baron Hard Up in Ian Marr's Cinderella by Jordan Productions; as an ensemble in Pete Hillier's Aladdin at the Pavilion Theatre; cover Jason in Paul Taylor-Mills' Bare at the Greenwich Theatre; ensemble in Laurence Connor's Miss Saigon at Prince Edward Theatre; Link Larkin in Paul Kerryson's Hairspray in the UK Tour, and Chris in Laurence Connor's Miss Saigon at the Cameron Mackintosh.
He is in BBC's Walliams & Friend (2016); the Olivier Award (Drury Lane); the DVD and cinema release of Miss Saigon Live (Cameron Mackintosh/Universal).
Ashley has also worked in radio. He was in the Anthony Cherry-directed Friday Night is Music Night choir on BBC Radio 2.
He can be heard in the cast recording of Miss Saigon.