Noel Ashman, club owner turned filmmaker, has relyed on television writer Charles Kipps to tell his story.
Noel Ashman, the club owner turned film producer, has been relying on television writer Charles Kipps to help tell his story.
Kipps — who wrote the film “Fat Albert” and an episode of Law’Order — is helping Ashman to write an autobiography. It is certainly not a tell all book. Nevertheless, I wouldn’t rat on my celebrity friends – there are many fun stories, says Ashman.
The book will be a fascinating read, as I relate how I struggled to support myself when I was kicked out of my apartment at the vulnerable age of 12.
Ashman was behind clubs like Veruka and the Plumm. He was a partner at the renamed Studio 54, but abandoned the nightlife to produce films such as Gotti .