In the Season 1 Finale of “Don’t Tell The Babysitter Mom’s Dead”, host Brittany Ashley releases her own episode about the experience of losing her mom at 6 years old to pancreatic cancer. You can listen here.
Tancred's latest music video "Something Else" was heavily inspired by Riverdale. Brittany plays the love interest in three different forms (Archie, Betty & Cheryl).
You can watch the entire video on Apple Music.
Tancred is the '90s alt-rock-influenced solo project of singer/guitarist Jess Abbott, formerly of the indie rock group Now, Now
Don’t Tell the Babysitter Mom’s Dead is a grief podcast by Brittany Ashley. Each episode includes a conversation with a fellow member of the Dead Mom’s Club, as well as an exploration into pop culture’s representation of TV & film characters who have lost their mother. You can subscribe here and listen to the trailer below.
At Buffering The Vampire Slayer Presents: The Prom, hosts Kristin Russo and Jenny Owen Youngs announced that Brittany Ashley and Laura Zak will be hosting the complementary Angel podcast titled "Angel on Top" starting in May/June.
You can read about the Buffy Prom event here, in an essay Brittany wrote for Logo.
Brittany will be moderating the LGBTQ Actresses Panel on Friday April 6th at 1pm and will be a panelist on the GirlShip TV panel at 4pm. Come say hello!
On Chris Reinacher's YouTube channel, Brittany has reprised her role for Chris & Brittany sketches. Here are the latest:
Fellow BuzzFeed alum Amanda Holland created the YouTube channel GirlShipTV, which is dedicated to series run by/for queer women. Her most popular series is called "Drunk Lesbians Watch" where, you guessed it, lesbians get drunk and watch lesbian movies. Brittany has appeared in a few episodes thus far...
Brittany has been working with some really bad ass women: showrunner Julia Vickerman, EP Shadi Petosky (creator of "Danger and Eggs"), Susie Lewis (co-creator of "Daria" which as you know, huge fan of), Laura Zak (co-creator of "Her Story") and Rhonda Cox (producer on "Beavis and Butthead" and "Celebrity Deathmatch").
You can read more about the show here.
On November 13th and November 20th, catch Brittany at Groundlings LA as Stoner Janice in the double feature of the live horror films "Those Who Change" and "Changers" - if you like 80's cult horror films and 90's teen slasher flicks, these are a must see. More info here.
LA PEOPLE: The world is a vampire but I get a tiny sliver of joy from co-hosting Sicker Sadder World, a Daria rewatch podcast with my buddy Laura Zak. We're doing a live event on August 22nd at the Ace Hotel in Downtown LA. It's going to be VERY fun, maybe the best night of your life: screening an episode of Daria, Mindy Jones will sing our theme song live, then we're bringing on some very talented guests, Gaby Dunn, Ira Madison III and Navid Sinaki.
You can RSVP for FREE here.
Brittany's comedy partner, Chris Reinacher, released his own channel on YouTube [It's incredible]. Together, they star in a few new sketches, like...
SeeSo's original comedy, "Take My Wife" starring and created by comedians Rhea Butcher and Cameron Esposito is NOT TO MISS. And Brittany will be featured on Season 2.
Along with her Sicker Sadder World co-host, Laura Zak, Brittany argues about who is more butch on the latest episode of "I'm Still Right" hosted by Luke Kelly-Clyne on the HeadGum network. You can listen here.
NewNowNext, Logo's editorial site, features a few of Brittany's essays, like...
"Coming Out To Your Uber Driver" - An essay that remarks on the lack of safety for women in private or small spaces (like an Uber, for instance) while tackling the nuances of revealing your sexual orientation to a driver at the risk of your own safety and comfortability.
"How I Found Lesbians Before YouTube" - With YouTube's restricted mode coming into play, tons of LGBTQ creators are being shafted. Brittany reminisces about the olden days where you had to unironically watch A Shot At Love With Tila Tequila to see a queer woman.