Ali began her journey as a performer and storyteller at the famous Loose Moose Theatre Company, in Calgary, founded by Keith Johnstone. Ali went on to study theatre at Randolph College of Performing Arts (Toronto) as well as Film and Video Production at Sait Polytechnic (Calgary). Ali’s short film and directorial debut Down The Rabbit Hole recently screened at the 2020 Vancouver International Women in Film Festival as well as the 2019 Toronto After Dark Film Festival. Ali received a record amount of production credits on Bruce Sweeney’s feature Kingsway which premiered at TIFF in 2018, including 1st AD, Production Coordinator, and Crafty. Ali has performed and taught improv on numerous stages across Canada as well as in Norway, Holland, Germany, Czech Republic and the United Arab Emirates. Having zero patience to wait for opportunities to come her way Ali formed Sour Dog Productions (now known as Tightrope Theatre) in 2014 and began producing various improvised and scripted work.. Ali is a cast member of Spontaneous Theatre, a company founded by Rebecca Northan which merges the worlds of high level improvisation with professional Theatre, select Spontaneous Theatre credits include: Mimi in Blind Date (Artsclub & 2019 Edinburgh Fringe), assistant director of Undercover (Tarragon Theatre), and ensemble member in An Undiscovered Shakespeare (Stratford Festival). Ali also works as an actor in film, television, and commercial in Vancouver. She is passionate about bringing more improv magic to her work both in front and behind the camera.