At 33 years old, Ashly Burch has this physical status:
After starting Hey Ash, Whatcha Playin'?, Burch got her first voice acting role when her brother, Anthony Burch, was hired as a writer for Borderlands 2 and he suggested she try out for Tiny Tina. For Life Is Strange, she was cast in the role of Chloe Price, after having also auditioned for the roles of Max Caulfield, Victoria Chase and Kate Marsh. She later said that she was surprised by what she could do and had the "opportunity to do in voiceover."
Burch was a writer on Cartoon Network's Adventure Time. She wrote episode such as "The Hall of Egress" which won a Primetime Emmy Award. She also was a writer of an Adventure Time graphic novel in October 2016.
Her work in Life Is Strange and Horizon Zero Dawn won her the 2015 and 2017 Golden Joystick Awards for Best Performance. She was also the host of Geek & Sundry's Unplugged series. Since 2020, she has portrayed Rachel on the Apple TV series Mythic Quest, in which she also serves as a writer. She later described her voicing of Tiny Tina, Chloe, and Aloy as "three seminal step ups" that helped her "become a better actor."
She has voiced various characters in animation and anime. This included voicing Ridley in Glitch Techs, Enid in OK K.O.! Let's Be Heroes, and Rutile Twins in Steven Universe. She voiced multiple characters in Bee and PuppyCat, Ash Graven in Final Space, Lainey in The Loud House, and characters in other productions. In 2018, Burch left her voice acting role of Mayuri Shiina for the English dub of Steins;Gate 0, who she had voiced from episodes 1-13 and credited as "Jackie Ross", citing scheduling conflicts, and apologized to fans. She voiced Sasha Braus in the English dub of the first three seasons of Attack on Titan.
In 2020, it was announced that she had signed on to write for the animated show, The Legend of Vox Machina. Burch revealed that she has a recording booth in her home which she used to work remotely during the COVID-19 pandemic.
In 2021, she began voicing Molly McGee, the protagonist of The Ghost and Molly McGee. She sings the series theme song, with co-star Dana Snyder, and musical numbers in other episodes. The show's creative team based the character around her life. Burch praised the series for "showcasing different aspects of Thai culture" and said that voicing Molly McGee was the first time she had voiced a character that reflected her heritage.