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Thoughtful and hilarious, Ali Wentworth engages audiences with personal, relatable stories and offers lessons learned drawn from her fascinating life and extensive career as a renowned actor, comedian and New York Times best-selling author.
Ali Wentworth brings a wealth of experience to all of her endeavors, including writing movie scripts, a column in Marie Claire magazine, and acting in notable movies and television shows. She is the author of the New York Times best seller Ali in Wonderland (HarperCollins, 2013), which takes a comedic look at bad advice from her mother. Her book, Happily Ali After: And Other Fairly True Tales (June, 2015), picks up where Ali in Wonderland left off, hilariously dissecting modern life while on a mission of self-improvement. Wentworth first made a name for herself as a regular on two seasons of In Living Color and has appeared on television shows such as The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, Seinfeld and The Oprah Winfrey Show. She was the creator, star and executive producer of the critically acclaimed Starz series Head Case. Wentworth is the founder of BabyLove DC and is a devoted children’s advocate. Earnestly tying in her signature hilarity and charm, Wentworth is able to cover a variety of topics to suit the needs of your audience as she serves up personal anecdotes from a fascinating life and incredible career.
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Ali Wentworth at the Literacy Partners Evening of Readings Gala 2015
Remarks by Ali Wentworth
A renowned actor, comedian and author of New York Times best seller Ali in Wonderland, The Huffington Post called Ali Wentworth, “the girlfriend you want to have a glass of wine with, the one who makes you laugh because she sees the funny and the absurd in everything.” Kirkus said of Wentworth, “she gracefully and elegantly bares embarrassing stories from her past and hilariously conveys the challenges of her marriage…with wit, the author may inspire others to simply enjoy the moment and not let themselves get in the way.”
Wentworth first made a name for herself as a regular on In Living Color. She has appeared on television shows such as The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, Seinfeld and The Oprah Winfrey Show. She was the creator, star and executive producer of the critically acclaimed Starz series Head Case. In this enlightening and entertaining session, Wentworth is able to cover topics from women’s issues, marriage and relationships, to wellness, family and parenting, and customize her presentation to suit the needs of your audience. Both humorous and endearing, Wentworth engages audience members by serving up personal anecdotes drawn from her fascinating life and incredible career.
Ali Wentworth could not have been a nicer person to address our guests. She was hilarious, unpretentious, entertaining, sincere and energetic. Our crowd welcomed her wholeheartedly and she, clearly, was the type of friend you’d want sitting at your dinner table telling stories. Her skill at engaging the crowd was spot-on. With her charmed life of success and famous connections, there was not one drop of “Diva” in her presentation….she even drove herself to the event! She was the perfect antidote for the winter blues and a great change of pace from our history of inspirational, yet sometimes very sad stories shared by previous speakers. We could not have been happier with your highly recommended selection. Many of our guests said she “was our best ever!”STAR, Inc.
Ali was by far one of the best MC we’ve ever had for this event. She was funny and smart and you would have thought she had been deeply involved in the program before hitting the stage that morning.The Robert Toigo Foundation