Ali Maher was born and raised outside of NYC in Westchester County, and has been lost in Yonkers many, many times. She grew up studying and performing musical theater all over the tristate area, and officially moved to the city in 2003, where she began training and performing long form improv at the Upright Citizens Brigade. Since then Ali has performed and written at numerous comedy-based theaters, playing on house teams at The PIT and The Magnet in NY and Westside Comedy Theater here in LA. Most recently (before Covid ruined all her fun), Ali was playing at ACME NoHo in an Armando-style show called “ALLEGEDLY...” where she met most of the cast of Super Legit and hypnotized them into keeping her around. Ali studied on camera work and scene study at Michael Howard Studios, coached with Anthony Abeson, and has been seen in various commercials, soaps/tv shows, and original theater work/readings that she originally wanted to classify as “off-Broadway” but ultimately felt that term would be misleading. Ali has taught acting/scene study, improv and dance to children, and in her current day job is an Early Childhood Educator. She believes she can change the world by lighting a spark of curiosity, empathy and profound self worth in young children, and helping them grow up into non-assholes. Ali is SAG/AFTRA and seeking representation.