Wreh-asha is a Nottingham born actress, she trained at Identity School of Acting in London. She debuted in The Lion King in London's West End featuring as both comedic Shenzi and the matriach Sarabi.
As an independent artist, Wreh-asha wrote, co-produced and released soulful EP ‘Classic’. The single 'Classic' from the EP made a strong impact, receiving BBC Radio airplay, as well as featuring in US Bravo series 'Girlfriends Guide To Divorce' and Oprah's Winfery's 'Queen Sugar' (OWN). Performances as an independent artists include featuring at renowned festival Glastonbury.
Recently Wreh-asha made her National Theatre debut as Hermione in Shakespeare's The Winters Tale.
Off stage Wreh-asha is an advocate for Special Educational Needs, delivering intervention based support for children and young people with Learning Differences. She incorporates her artistry in the facilitation of drama, music and wellbeing sessions for children and young people particularly those with with Additional Needs.