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Aisha Tyler is a Actor American born on 18 september 1970 at San Francisco (USA)

Aisha Tyler

Aisha Tyler
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Nationality USA
Birth 18 september 1970 (49 years) at San Francisco (USA)

Aisha Tyler (born September 18, 1970) is an American actress, comedian, author, producer, writer, and director. She is known for portraying Andrea Marino in the first season of Ghost Whisperer, voicing Lana Kane in Archer, and portraying Mother Nature in the Santa Clause film series, as well as recurring roles in CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, Talk Soup, and Friends. She is a co-host of The Talk, and the current host of Whose Line is it Anyway?, and has hosted the past four Ubisoft E3 press conferences.

Biography

Tyler married attorney Jeff Tietjens in May 1994. They are avid fans of beer, and are home brewers. Tyler discussed her love and passion for beer on DC 101's Elliot in the Morning and The Sharon Osbourne Show. In a January 2012 interview with HoboTrashcan.com, she related that she doesn't have as much time for home brewing now as she did when she was younger. The couple have no children. Tyler is a vocal advocate for the rights of the LGBTQ community.

Usually with

Tim Allen
Tim Allen
(2 films)
Thomas Lennon
Thomas Lennon
(1 films)
Eric Lloyd
Eric Lloyd
(2 films)
Tim Herlihy
Tim Herlihy
(1 films)
Source : Wikidata

Filmography of Aisha Tyler (13 films)

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Actress

The Babymakers, 1h38
Directed by Jay Chandrasekhar
Origin USA
Genres Comedy, Adventure
Actors Paul Schneider, Olivia Munn, Aisha Tyler, Kevin Heffernan, Noureen DeWulf, Hayes MacArthur
Roles Karen
Rating50% 2.5023652.5023652.5023652.5023652.502365
After trying everything to get his wife Audrey (Munn) pregnant, Tommy (Schneider) suspects that he may be infertile. He recruits his friends (Heffernan) to help him rob a sperm bank where he once made a donation.
2010: Moby Dick, 1h27
Directed by Trey Stokes
Origin USA
Genres Drama, Science fiction, Thriller, Action, Adventure, Horror
Themes Films about animals, Seafaring films, Transport films, Cétacé, Submarine films, Films about disabilities, Mise en scène d'un cétacé
Actors Barry Bostwick, Renée O'Connor, Adam Grimes, Aisha Tyler, Andrea Roth, Jay Beyers
Rating24% 1.218341.218341.218341.218341.21834
The film begins in November 20, 1969, 50 miles off Soviet waters. When the USS Acushnet dives under the ice, a young Ahab listens for enemy subs when suddenly he detects an unknown target. When the captain listens, he hears nothing, but Ahab insists in the presence of an emptiness. The target dives into a trench, but the captain abandons his search in favor of photographing the target. The target attacks the submarine as Ahab hears a roar. The sub is brought to the icy surface, and the target identifies itself as a gigantic, white, whale-like creature. Ahab survives, but loses his leg to the beast when it hauls the other half of the sub back underwater.
Black Water Transit, 1h40
Directed by Tony Kaye
Origin USA
Genres Drama, Crime
Actors Laurence Fishburne, Karl Urban, Brittany Snow, Aisha Tyler, Stephen Dorff, Beverly D'Angelo
Roles Casey Spandau
Rating68% 3.432523.432523.432523.432523.43252
In post-Katrina New Orleans, shipping executive Jack Vermillion (Fishburne) finds himself getting more than he bargained for after agreeing to help feds expose smuggler and all-around bad seed Earl Pike (Urban).
Bedtime Stories, 1h39
Directed by Adam Shankman
Origin USA
Genres Science fiction, Fantastic, Comedy, Fantasy, Romance
Themes Films about magic and magicians, Seafaring films, Transport films, Mermaids in film, Children's films
Actors Adam Sandler, Keri Russell, Guy Pearce, Jonathan Morgan Heit, Laura Ann Kesling, Russell Brand
Roles Donna Hynde
Rating60% 3.0000253.0000253.0000253.0000253.000025
Skeeter Bronson (Adam Sandler) is a hotel handyman who was promised by his father, Marty Bronson (Jonathan Pryce), to be the manager of the family hotel. A mysophobe named Barry Nottingham (Richard Griffiths) agreed to keep that promise when the Bronson family sold their hotel to him—then built a new hotel instead. Thirty years later, when the story begins, Skeeter is the hotel's handyman while management is held by Kendall (Guy Pearce). Barry's new hotel, the Sunny Vista Nottingham Hotel, is a hit, but he's got plans to build an even more elaborate hotel, one designed around a theme that he's keeping secret.
Balls of Fury, 1h30
Directed by Robert Ben Garant
Origin USA
Genres Martial arts, Comedy, Crime, Martial arts
Themes Sports films, Martial arts films, Films about the Olympic Games, Gangster films
Actors Dan Fogler, Christopher Walken, Maggie Q, George Lopez, James Hong, Robert Patrick
Roles Mahogany
Rating52% 2.649562.649562.649562.649562.64956
Eleven year old Randy Daytona becomes anxious when he learns that his father Peter has bet on his performance in the 1988 Summer Olympics table tennis finals. During his first game between his opponent Karl Wolfschtagg from the German Democratic Republic, Daytona has an accident and suffers an injury. Unable to continue, he loses the match. Loan sharks in the employ of criminal mastermind Feng murder his father, and Daytona leaves competitive ping-pong.
Death Sentence, 1h45
Directed by James Wan
Origin USA
Genres Drama, Thriller, Action, Crime
Actors Kevin Bacon, Garrett Hedlund, Kelly Preston, Jordan Garrett, Stuart Lafferty, Aisha Tyler
Roles Detective Wallis
Rating67% 3.3987453.3987453.3987453.3987453.398745
Nick Hume (Kevin Bacon) is husband to Helen (Kelly Preston), and father of two boys, Brendan (Stuart Lafferty) and Lucas (Jordan Garrett). After Brendan's hockey game, Nick and Brendan drive home, talking about the latter's potential future as a professional hockey player. They make a quick stop at a gas station in a very bad part of town. During an ostensible robbery of the gas station, Joe Darley (Matt O'Leary), a new initiate and younger brother to the gang leader, slices Brendan's throat open with a machete. Nick attempts to ambush the thugs, managing to pull off Joe's mask and see his face, but Joe escapes, only to be hit by a car. Nick rushes Brendan to the hospital, but his son dies from major blood loss.
The Santa Clause 3: The Escape Clause, 1h32
Directed by Michael Lembeck
Origin USA
Genres Comedy, Adventure
Themes Pregnancy films, Christmas films, Films about sexuality, Time travel films, Children's films, Santa Claus in film
Actors Tim Allen, Martin Short, Elizabeth Mitchell, Judge Reinhold, Wendy Crewson, Ann-Margret
Roles Mother Nature
Rating47% 2.35582.35582.35582.35582.3558
Four years after the second film, Scott Calvin/Santa Claus (Tim Allen), and his wife, Carol (Elizabeth Mitchell), are expecting their first child as Christmas Eve approaches. Carol is missing her family, so Scott invites his in-laws, Sylvia and Bud Newman (Ann-Margret and Alan Arkin), up to the North Pole, along with his former wife, Laura (Wendy Crewson), her husband, Neil (Judge Reinhold), and their daughter, Lucy (Liliana Mumy), to keep Mrs. Claus company. Meanwhile, he is summoned to a meeting of the Council of Legendary Figures consisting of Mother Nature (Aisha Tyler), Father Time (Peter Boyle), the Easter Bunny (Jay Thomas), Cupid (Kevin Pollak), the Tooth Fairy (Art LaFleur), and the Sandman (Michael Dorn). Jack Frost (Martin Short) also arrives and is in trouble. He is jealous that he has no holiday or special occasion in his honor, and has been promoting himself during the Christmas season. Mother Nature accuses him of attempting to upstage Santa, and suggests sanctions against him. When Santa says that he is dealing with how to get the in-laws to come without revealing that he is Santa, Jack Frost manages to negotiate a light sentence of community service at the North Pole, helping Santa and the elves put up various Canadian-themed paraphernalia, as Carol's parents believe Scott is a toymaker in Canada. However, Frost's ultimate goal is to trick Santa into renouncing his position, with unknowing help from Curtis who accidentally blurts out what the Escape Clause is and where it is. Thus, Jack Frost sneaks into Santa's hall of snow globes (which contain images of all the Santas throughout world history) and steals a special one containing Santa Claus (aka Scott Calvin) that will invoke the Escape Clause, in which Santa must hold the Globe and say "I wish I'd never been Santa at all" thus sending him back in time and undoing his career as Santa. When Lucy discovers this crime Jack Frost freezes her parents and locks her in a closet. Jack Frost causes trouble for the family that makes Scott think that he must resign to make things better.
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, 1h41
Origin USA
Genres Drama, Thriller, Crime
Themes Films about sexuality, Erotic films, LGBT-related films, LGBT-related film, Lesbian-related films
Actors Milla Jovovich, Angus Macfadyen, Aisha Tyler, Stephen Dorff, Sarah Strange, Vincent Laresca
Roles Liz
Rating55% 2.798982.798982.798982.798982.79898
Big Al (Angus Macfadyen), and his girlfriend Kat (Milla Jovovich), are small-time gun dealers in Queens, New York City. They both live in a happy relationship and both sell guns around, while also cleverly avoiding the NYPD and ATF on them. They live in a shabby apartment together. However, Vic (Sarah Strange), a lesbian best friend of Kat who also has a crush on her, doesn't approve of them and hates Big Al.
For One Night, 1h29
Directed by Ernest R. Dickerson
Origin USA
Genres Drama
Themes Films about education
Actors Raven-Symoné, Aisha Tyler, Jason Lewis, Sam Jones III, Gary Grubbs, William Ragsdale
Roles Desiree Howard
Rating64% 3.245943.245943.245943.245943.24594
Inspired by the true story of an African American teenager who shook up a small town where high school proms had been racially segregated for decades. Amid the protests of the community and with the help of a newspaper reporter who returns to her hometown to cover the story, the two women are able to reverse decades of racist tradition and make history, at least for one night.
Meet Market, 1h18
Origin USA
Genres Comedy, Romance
Actors Krista Allen, Elizabeth Berkley, Julian McMahon, Susan Egan, Laurie Holden, Suzanne Krull
Roles Jane
Rating35% 1.782941.782941.782941.782941.78294
Le quotidien de plusieurs célibataires dans la ville de Los Angeles.
Never Die Alone, 1h28
Directed by Ernest R. Dickerson
Origin USA
Genres Drama, Thriller, Action, Adventure, Crime
Actors David Arquette, DMX, Michael Ealy, Drew Sidora, Antwon Tanner, Reagan Gomez-Preston
Roles Nancy
Rating57% 2.851462.851462.851462.851462.85146
Hardened criminal and drug dealer King David (DMX) returns to his unidentified East Coast city, where he can find redemption by settling an old score with drug lord Moon (Clifton Powell). He keeps tape-recorded journals about his life and is always talking about a woman named Edna. Upon David's return, he meets up with Jasper (Luenell), a barkeep who expresses a strong dislike towards him. She contacts Moon to inform him of his return and willingness to pay his debt, as well as momentarily passing by Paul (David Arquette), a struggling writer.
The Santa Clause 2, 1h44
Directed by Michael Lembeck
Origin USA
Genres Science fiction, Comedy, Romantic comedy, Fantasy
Themes Christmas films, Children's films, Santa Claus in film, Robot films
Actors Tim Allen, Judge Reinhold, Wendy Crewson, Elizabeth Mitchell, David Krumholtz, Liliana Mumy
Roles Mother Nature
Rating56% 2.8008552.8008552.8008552.8008552.800855
Eight years have gone by since Scott Calvin (Tim Allen) first took up the Santa Claus suit, and became subject to The Santa Clause. Now Santa is at the top of his game at the North Pole and could not be happier, at least until Bernard (David Krumholtz) and Curtis (Spencer Breslin), the Keeper of the Handbook of Christmas break the news that there is another clause - the "Mrs. Clause".
Dancing in September, 1h46
Origin USA
Genres Drama
Actors Nicole Ari Parker, Isaiah Washington, Tichina Arnold, Vicellous Reon Shannon, Jay Underwood, Marcia Cross
Rating64% 3.246353.246353.246353.246353.24635
Dancing In September tells the story of two hopeful and ambitious African-Americans attempting to make their mark in the television industry. One is a scriptwriter named Tomasina “Tommy” Crawford (Parker), who has grown weary of contributing to stereotypical characters and programming for African-Americans and dreams of creating a balanced, positive program for herself and the African-American public. The other is a newly appointed television producer named George Washington (Washington), who hopes to ascend to the highest levels of the television industry and carve out a special place for himself to help redefine African-American programming. When Tommy submits a script for a positive family sitcom titled "Just Us," she is indirectly brought into George's path. The rest of the film follows the struggles that both she and George face in their specific environments, mainly painting a positive portrayal of African-Americans in the media, in addition to staying true to their own culture and identity as African-Americans.