Since she began her professional career, out actress Ali Liebert has added over 75 credits to her name, most notable was her portrayal of Betty McRae in Reelz/Global TV’s original hit series Bomb Girls, which earned her a 2013 Leo Award for Best Supporting Performance in a Dramatic Series. In 2015 she won a Canadian Screen Award (Canadian Emmy) Best Performance by an Actress in a Featured Supporting Role for her work on the Bomb Girls feature, Bomb Girls: Facing the Enemy.
Ali has had numerous recurring roles on television series including SyFy’s Lost Girl, CBC’s Strange Empire and CBS’s Harper’s Island. Most recently Ali had a guest starred on The CW’s DC’s Legends of Tomorrow as a love interest to the female lead, Caity Lotz. Up next will have a recurring role on Disney’s new series, Mech-X4 which will premiere in November 2016 and coming to theaters in early 2017, Ali can be seen in a supporting role in the highly anticipated feature film, Wonder, opposite Jacob Tremblay. Her favorite feature film credits include Sook-Yin Lee’s Year of the Carnivore (TIFF premiere), Ben Ratner’s Down River (VIFF premiere) and Foxfire (TIFF premiere), based on the Joyce Carol Oates novel, which was written and directed by Palme d’Or winning French filmmaker Laurent Cantet for Paris-based Memento Films International.
As a proud member of the queer community, Ali aims to spread messages of hope, visibility and inclusion in the projects and incentives she chooses to participate in. In 2015 Ali was a spokesperson and participant in Egale’s OUT at NIGHT national fundraising and awareness campaign. Their mission is to engage Canadians on the crisis of LGBTQ2S youth homelessness. In April 2016, Ali co-produced and co-directed a wildly successful, all female staged reading of Cameron Crowe’s iconic film, Almost Famous to a packed house in Vancouver BC. Ali, along with Feminist Live Reads creator, Chandler Levack, donated all proceeds from this event to local Vancouver charity, Girls Rock Camp Vancouver.
Ali splits her time between Vancouver, Toronto & Los Angeles.
Fun fact: Ali’s first ever role was on the pilot of The L Word.