Ashley Baron-Cohen (born 1967 in London) is an independent English filmmaker also known as simply Ash. He has a bachelor's degree in experimental psychology from Sussex University, and trained as a filmmaker at the Pasadena Art Center. He currently resides in Los Angeles.
- Bang - 1995
- Pups - 1999
- The Blind Bastards Club - 2002
- Little Warriors - 2002
- This Girl's Life - 2003
- The Confession (2005 film) - 2005
- Radioactive (2009 film) - 2009
- Novella (2009 film) - 2009
- 1997 - Bang - Top Ten Movies of the Year - Roger Ebert
- 1997 - Bang - Top Ten Movies of the Year - Los Angeles Times
- 1997 - Bang - Spirit Award Nominee - Best Newcomer
- 1999 - Stockholm Film Festival - Nominated for "Bronze Horse" Award for Pups
- 2000 - Cognac Festival du Film Policier - Won "New Blood" Award for Pups
- 2000 - Yubari International Fantastic Film Festival - Won "Special Jury Prize" for Pups
- 2005 - This Girl's Life - Best Actress - Milan International Film Festival
- 2005 - This Girl's Life - Best Actress - Cinevegas Film Festival
- 2005 - Little Warriors - U.S. TV Guide Winner - Outstanding Biographical Program
His brother is the academic Simon Baron-Cohen.
He is the cousin of actor and comedian Sacha Baron Cohen.
- Yoram Allon, Del Cullen, Hannah Patterson, Contemporary North American Film Directors: A Wallflower Critical Guide (Wallflower Press, 2002), ISBN 978-1-903364-52-9, pp. 23-24. Excerpt available at Google Books.
- "In The City of Devils: An interview with filmmaker Ash Baron Cohen", Herald de Paris, June 29, 2009.
- "Britweek Hollywood feature - Ash Baron-Cohen under the spotlight", Click Liverpool, May 6, 2009.
- Amy Wallace, "The Other Baron Cohen: A Narrated Biography", Esquire, June 9, 2009.