Once upon a time, Sasha Snow was just another obsessed Lord of the Rings fan, standing in line at the theater in full Elven garb waiting to see her favorite film for the 20th time. But her love for those films blossomed into a full-blown passion, and a desire to spend the rest of her life making films. Since moving from Texas to Los Angeles, Snow has worked on a wide range of projects both in front of and behind the camera, along-side A-list Hollywood talent including the likes of Matt Damon, Daniel Radcliffe, Robert Downey Jr, Alison Brie and Rachel Brosnahan, among many others.
Sasha Snow is a director, writer, producer, and actress from Texas. She began acting at the age of 5, taking classes from coaches who have trained the likes of Selena Gomez, Demi Lovato and Aziz Ansari, and later training in sketch comedy, writing and improv at Upright Citizen’s Brigade, Groundlings, and Second City.
She graduated from the University of Texas at Austin with a degree in Radio-Television-Film, focusing on directing and producing, and also studied French and fashion at The Paris-Sorbonne University in France. While in France, Sasha had the life-changing experience working at the Cannes Film Festival, which opened her eyes to the wonders of the International film community.
In front of the camera, some of Snow’s notable appearances include Nespresso ads with George Clooney, a starring role in the AT&T Create-a-thon Award-winning short “Rush Job” (film on the Warner Bros Studios backlot), and LAVC Film Festival Selection “His Emily” (for which she won the festival’s best supporting actress award).
Sasha Snow has also been quite busy behind the camera. As production coordinator for the DirectTV/AT&T television show “Off Camera with Sam Jones”, she helped produce on 84 episodes, each featuring a different well-known celebrity talent. Snow also recently wrote, produced and directed the SAG short film “Mullet Girl”, which was an Official Selection of the Indie Short Fest. Additionally, Snow worked on Grammy and Academy Award-winner Common’s music video “Dear Diamond”, and the short film “The Abominable Truth” written and directed by Lewis Abernathy (Titanic).
Awards & Accolades
Rush Job (starring Sasha Snow) - AT&T Create-a-thon winner
Mullet Girl (written, produced & directed by Sasha Snow) – Indie Short Fest Official Selection
His Emily (starring Sasha Snow) – “Best Supporting Actress” winner at LAVC Film Festival
I Hate You, Stephanie (directed by Sasha Snow) - We Like 'Em Short Film Festival's Official Selection and received an Award of Merit from Indie Fest
Combo Breakers (starring Sasha Snow) – “Funniest Female” award, UT TSTV Awards