Ali Liebert

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Ali Liebert
Ali Liebert wearing Momo at 2012 The Heart Truth celebrity fashion show.jpg
Liebert wearing Momo at 2012 The Heart Truth celebrity fashion show in Toronto
Born Alison Dyan Liebert
(1981-08-20) August 20, 1981 (age 36)
Surrey, British Columbia
Occupation Actress, model and film producer
Years active 2003–present
Website www.aliliebert.com

Alison Dyan "Ali" Liebert (born August 20, 1981) is a Canadian actress, model and producer. She was a recipient of a Canadian Screen Award for work in the wartime series Bomb Girls.[1]

Life and career[edit]

Ali Liebert is a British Columbia native, born in Surrey and raised in Duncan, she has had a keen interest in performing from a young age. After graduating from high school, Liebert attended the Canadian College of Performing Arts in Victoria for two years before moving to Vancouver to pursue her dream of becoming a successful television and film actress.

Her television credits include roles on Fringe, The L Word, Kyle XY, and a recurring role on Intelligence. In 2008, Liebert was cast as a lead in Sook-Yin Lee's film debut, Year of the Carnivore, the Cuba Gooding Jr. feature Hardwired as well as Blaine Thurier's A Gun to the Head. She also subsequently appeared in the second of three Molson Canadian commercials titled "It's an unwritten code in Canada…"; in 2012, Liebert's recent role as Betty, in the wartime miniseries Bomb Girls, received much critical acclaim including a Canadian Screen Award in 2015.

In 2011, Liebert founded Sociable Films, a boutique film production company based in Vancouver with Nicholas Carella and Michelle Ouellet. Through her company, she has produced projects such as Afterparty and This Feels Nice, currently in post-production.

Filmography[edit]

Film[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2005 Playing the Role The Reader Short film
2008 Basket Casket Woman Short film
2009 Helen Donna
Year of the Carnivore Sylvia
Gun to the Head, AA Gun to the Head Jill
Hardwired Catalina Jones
Break-Up Artist, TheThe Break-Up Artist Tiffany
2010 Karma Inc. Shirley Short film
Fine Young Man, AA Fine Young Man Mary Adams Short film
Voodoo Marjorie Short film
2011 Barbie: Princess Charm School Portia / Hadley (voice) Video
Afghan Luke Miss Freedom
Apollo 18 Nate's Girlfriend
Sisters & Brothers Tracy
Rock Shirt, TheThe Rock Shirt Girl Short film
2012 Foxfire Muriel Orvis
In the Hive Parker Whitmore
2013 Barbie in the Pink Shoes Tara / Hannah (voice) Video
Down River Molly
Afterparty Tracy
2014 Barbie and the Secret Door Youngling Fairy (voice) Video
Bad City Field Reporter
2015 Devout, TheThe Devout Jan
2016 Collider Dawn Lanyon Short film
2017 Wonder Ms. Petosa

Television[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2003 Dead Like Me Marcie "Rest in Peace"
2004 L Word, TheThe L Word Rebecca "Let's Do It"
5ive Days to Midnight Student in Hall TV miniseries
4400, TheThe 4400 Maureen "The New and Improved Carl Morrissey"
Huff Jenny "Pilot"
2005 Cold Squad Secretary "Mr. Bad Example"
Young Blades Charlotte "Wanted", "The Girl from Upper Gaborski"
Killer Instinct Dr. Kit Ellsworth "Forget Me Not", "Shake, Rattle, and Roll"
2006 Romeo! Hip Young Lady "Ro Trip"
Whistler Merewynn "After the Fall"
All She Wants for Christmas Priscilla Clark Television film (Lifetime)
2006-07 Intelligence Rebecca Recurring role
2007 Robson Arms Hottie "Saultology"
Fallen Chloe "The Time of the Redeemer"
Blood Ties Maya "Drawn and Quartered"
2008 Psych Hannah "Shawn (and Gus) of the Dead"
Secret Lives of Second Wives, TheThe Secret Lives of Second Wives Brooke Television film (Lifetime)
Dead Beat, TheThe Dead Beat Audrey Television film
2009 Kyle XY Jackie Recurring role
Harper's Island Nikki Bolton Main role
Health Nutz Tami Erickson
Fringe Danielle "August"
Wolf Canyon Jan Unsold TV pilot
2010 Human Target Brooke Hammel "Rewind"
2011 Hellcats Theresa "Fancy Dan"
Health Nutz Tami TV series
Earth's Final Hours Darlene Television film (SyFy)
2012 Virtual Lies Allison Dean Television film (Lifetime)
Love at the Thanksgiving Day Parade Jaclyn Television film (Hallmark)
2012-13 Bomb Girls Betty McRae Main role
2013 Tom Dick & Harriet Liz Television film (Hallmark)
True Heroines, TheThe True Heroines Ethel Worthington TV series
Lost Girl Crystal "Sleeping Beauty School", "Lovers. Apart.", "Turn to Stone"
2014 Ring by Spring Stephanie Kirkwood Television film (Hallmark)
Bomb Girls: Facing the Enemy Betty McRae Television film (Global TV)
Motive Erin Kovach "A Bullet for Joey"
Fairly Odd Summer, AA Fairly Odd Summer Mrs. Mulligan Live-action TV film
2014-15 Strange Empire Fiona Briggs Recurring role
2015 I Do, I Do, I Do Kate Television film (Hallmark)
The Unauthorized Full House Story Gay Saget Television film (Lifetime)
Christmas Truce Alina Television film (A&E)
2016-2017 Mech-X4 Principal Grey TV series
2016 Paranormal Solutions Inc. Det. Crystal Snider 3 episodes
Anything for Love Debbie Television film (Hallmark)
Legends of Tomorrow Nurse Lindsey Carlisle "Night of the Hawk"
iZombie Annie Rosine / Jenny Rosine "He Blinded Me... With Science"
Chesapeake Shores Georgia Eyles 3 episodes
Autumn in the Vineyard Hannah Television film (Hallmark)
2017 Ten Days in the Valley Detective Nickole Bilson TV series
Hard Days, Wet Nights Kyla TV series
My Little Pony: Equestria Girls Juniper Montage (voice) Voice role; "Movie Magic" and "Mirror Magic
A Gift to Remember Darcy Television film (Hallmark)

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Association Category Work Result
2012 Leo Awards Best Supporting Performance by a Female in a Dramatic Series[2] Bomb Girls Nominated
2013 Best Supporting Performance by a Female in a Dramatic Series[3] Won
2015 Canadian Screen Awards Best Performance by an Actress in a Featured Supporting Role in a Dramatic Program or Series Bomb Girls: Facing the Enemy Won
2016 Leo Awards Best Lead Performance by a Female in a Motion Picture[4] The Devout Won

References[edit]

  1. ^ Academy of Canadian Screen and Television
  2. ^ "2012 nominees" (PDF). leoawards.com. Retrieved 13 November 2016. 
  3. ^ "2013 nominees" (PDF). leoawards.com. Retrieved 13 November 2016. 
  4. ^ "2016 nominees" (PDF). leoawards.com. Retrieved 5 April 2017. 

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