Asha Bromfield is an actress, singer, and author renowned for her role as Melody Jones, the drummer for Josie and the Pussycats on The CW's Riverdale. She is currently starring in Netflix's Locke and Key.
Besides, Asha is a part of Macmillan Publishers and also has a book serving company Wednesday Books. Her young adult novel "Hurricane Summer" is on its way to get published soon in 2021 by Wednesday Books.
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Asha was born on November 9, 1994, in Toronto, Canada. She belongs to Canadian nationality and Afro-Jamaican ethnicity.
Bromfield has had a passion for singing since she was a young girl. She began appearing on stages when she was just five years old.
By the age of ten, she had won several child singing contests. She received her education at the University of Ontario Institute of Technology, where she majored in communications.
What's her net worth?
The Canadian actress has a net worth of approximately $2 million which she earned from her acting skills and her profession as an actress, singer, and author.
Apart from just acting and television profession, she also earns from performing live singing shows and her written books. She publishes her books on Wednesday Books which Serves readers with books every day.
Also, she is linked with Macmillan Publishers, a global trade book publishing company that has connected readers and authors since 1843.
Is she in any relationship?
Bromfield is supposed to be single recently. She is more focused and dedicated to her career for now. Her fans and adorers can assume her to be in love life as soon as she finds someone worth her.
Moreover, Riverdale star was in a relationship with Abdulyekinni Fasinro earlier. The exact date about the start of their love life is not public, but the duo confirmed their relationship public via Instagram by sharing the photo of the two on November 10, 2017.
For now, Asha is loving her single life and not still ready to mingle.
The allrounder artist made her television debuted her television acting in 2010 by starring on two episodes of What's Up Warthogs! Following this, she did some other series and dramas like the TeenNick drama series and Degrassi: The Next Generation.
Late In 2012, Bromfield appeared in Baby Half Lie, a short film. Recently, in 2016 she was featured in the Full Out, a sports drama series.
The most recent appearance of her was in the 2017 CW Drama series Riverdale as Melody Jones. This series is based on Archie Comics.