Ashley Tesoro is a Christian and country music singer. In 2007 she released her self-titled country music debut through Tesoro Records. In 2010 she released a Country-Gospel album titled "Oh You Angel." In 2012 she released a Gospel Hymns album titled "Simply Worship." All of her EP's were produced by Grammy nominated and multi-platinum record producer Ron Aniello, and were met with rave reviews.
In addition to being a talented and accomplished singer, Ashley is also a former Hollywood actress. During her acting career, which spanned over fourteen years, she became known throughout the world due to her starring roles on NBC's "Saved By the Bell: The New Class", and CBS's "The Bold and the Beautiful." During a six year period she portrayed the characters of Liz Miller on Saved by the Bell: The New Class (1993) and Kimberly Fairchild on The Bold and the Beautiful (1987). These characters brought both national and international attention to her acting talent and ability, as well as her beauty and grace. She also starred in eight films during her career.
While on "The Bold and the Beautiful" CBS and Bell-Phillip Productions noticed that in addition to being a talented actress, Ashley was a talented singer as well. This lead to her singing several original Pop songs for the show, as well as performing in full length music videos that aired on the show and around the world. One of these original songs was premiered on KISS FM while Ashley was being interviewed on air about her music.
After exiting Hollywood, Ashley returned to her singing roots which include country and Christian/Gospel music. She was born in Iowa and raised in a rural part of California called Escondido. She grew up riding horses and listening to country artists such as Garth Brooks, Alan Jackson, Reba McEntire, and Martina McBride. She also grew up singing in the Church and believes that her new Country-Gospel music sound is the perfect blend of everything that she is and represents. It blends the country music sound with inspirational and Gospel lyrics.