Lori Alan

D.O.B: Jul 18, 1966 |  Potomac, Maryland, USA

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Lori Alan started talking as soon as she fell out of the womb, and hasnt stopped since. A native of the Washington, DC area, her passion for entertaining led the five-year-old actress to make her television debut as the star of a Shakeys Pizza commercial.

Biography

Lori Alan started talking as soon as she fell out of the womb, and hasnt stopped since. A native of the Washington, DC area, her passion for entertaining led the five-year-old actress to make her television debut as the star of a Shakeys Pizza commercial. She went on to graduate with honors from NYUs Tisch School of the Arts and set off cutting her teeth on the comedy circuit, as a longtime member of New Yorks Gotham City Improv (Groundlings East). Lori is perhaps best known for her award-winning voice-over work. Recently honored by her peers at the First Annual Voice Arts Awards (the Academy Awards for Voice-Overs) Lori took first-place prizes for Outstanding Body Of Work and Outstanding National Television Commercial. She starred as Diane Simmons on Family Guy, Pearl the Whale on SpongeBob: Squarepants, Sue Richards, The Invisible Woman, on Marvel Comics The Fantastic Four, and The Boss in the Metal Gear Solid video game trilogy. Shes proud to be a part of the Pixar Family. Voicing characters in Wall-e, Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs, Monsters University, Bonnies Mom in Pixars Toy Story 3, and Mothers Sadness in Inside Out. Lori has firm roots in theatre, where shes thrived for over three decades. She mounted a smash solo show, Lori Alan: The Musical, She had the honor of working with Paul Reubens in The Pee-wee Herman Show at Club Nokia. She originated the role of Mae in the award-winning musical Reefer Madness, the cult musical which just celebrated its 17 year reunion concert at 54 Below. Backstage West proclaimed, Lori Alan might give Carol Burnett pause!