Ali Fisher is a Seattle native currently living in Brooklyn. Since coming east in 2011, Ali has had the privilege of studying comedy at the Magnet Theater and UCB.
Between 2003 and 2010 Ali was murdered on the regular as a cast member of the interactive mystery events aboard the Spirit of Washington dinner train. Ali studied English literature in college and now she reads like it's her job because it is. She edits fiction and nonfiction for teens and adults—primarily science fiction, fantasy, horror, and humor.
Catch Ali at the Magnet every Wednesday with She Wolf. She performs infrequently with duo partner Carly Monardo as Women-Shaped Holes in Hedges and never with Nick Jaramillo as The Ali Fisher Duo Featuring Nick Jaramillo. She was a founding member of The Cast, a show that the New York Times' Elise Czajkowski calls, "one of the most exciting improv shows in New York City." She co-created You Will Die More Than Once with the outrageously brilliant Caitlin Steitzer and Carly Monardo.
She has a bit of a Shelley Duvall thing going on.
Photo credit: Hayley Karl