Aisha Tyler: Comedy Spunk Supreme

Whoa now. The show next week at Smashbox Studios is shaping up to be jam packed with awesomeness – thanks, in large part, to Aisha Tyler joining the party. The show is Thursday, April 21st.

Tyler is one of the more engaging, versatile performers working today. Tyler has a devoted fan base thanks to her all encompassing combo of attitude and grounded comedy. She has great comedy skills and more. Her first major claim to fame was her stint as the host of E!’s Emmy-winning Talk Soup. After her hosting duties, she made some impact in acting in both television and film.

Her first major acting foray was her extended character arc on NBC’s Friends. She also co-starred with Jennifer Love Hewitt for CBS’ Ghost Whisperer, as well as recurring roles on both CSI and 24. Her other television appearances include Nip/Tuck, Curb Your Enthusiasm, Reno 911! and voice work for The Boondocks and the current FX irreverent animated spy-spoof Archer, where she voices the spunky fan-favorite Lana Kane. Archer’s numerous film credits include Adam Sandler’s Bedtime Stories, Death Sentence, Balls of Fury and many more.

Aisha Tyler started her stellar entertainment career as a stand-up comedian, earning her numerous talk show appearances including The Tonight Show, Late Night With David Letterman, The Today Show, Politically Incorrect, Jimmy Kimmel Live and The Late Late Show. She also has a stand-out Comedy Central special, Aisha Tyler Is Lit: Live at the Fillmore.

Add successful writer to Tyler’s many tricks. In 2004 she published her book, Swerve: Reckless Observations of a Postmodern Girl. She contributed to Glamour Magazine, Jane, O: The Oprah Magazine and many others. Tyler makes her mark in many other areas of pop culture, as well – being a self-proclaimed avid gamer. Tyler is also a great supporter of numerous charities.

Aisha Tyler is sure to bring a force of energy to Super Serious this month, guaranteed fun. Grab your tickets here.


















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