Born and raised in Calgary, AB, Canada, Sash has become an established name in the Film & Television industry. Internationally known for her recurring role as Aly in the hit Canadian show Letterkenny, she has brought Calgary talent to the forefront of the Toronto industry. With a principal role opposite Aldis Hodge in Star Trek: Short Treks as Zora, and principal roles in What We Do in The Shadows, American Gods and The Boys, Sash is only getting started.
After getting her start in theatre at a young age, Sash held a longtime role with The Young Canadians of the Calgary Stampede. She credits her love of performing to those nights on the Grandstand Stage, and the Calgary Stampede Family for creating such opportunities for youth. She is a passionate advocate for the arts, and for arts education to be made available to all.
Utilizing her position to educate and inspire is the driving force behind Sash's ambition. Her core tenets are honesty, vulnerability, and kindness. A big believer in being a multi-hyphenate, Sash is currently producing, directing and starring in her own poetry series titled "Her". In 2020 she launched career coaching company Working Title Mentors to create access to better career education for actors.
When not on stage or screen you can find Sash hiking with her dog Moose, or backcountry camping with her friends.