Alli is an actress, screenwriter, producer and dancer living in Los Angeles. She studied in New York City at Michael Howard Studios in their one year and summer conservatories. She also coached with Greg Mullavey, studied at Upright Citizens Brigade NY, Anthony Meindl's Actor Workshop (AMAW) NY, AMAW LA, and is now currently studying with Jamie Wollrab in LA. Alli founded her production company, Shooting Star Productions, in the spring of 2014. Shooting Star has made several short films, and will go into production on their first feature film this summer/fall of 2017.
Alli’s most notable acting credits include: Starlet (Dir. Noam Kroll), Dick Head (Dir. Brecht Vanthof), Plutchik (Dir. Xinger Xanger), A Stray (Dir. Noam Kroll), You Let Me Down (Dir. Andrew Greco), The Applicant (Dir. Brecht Vanthof), A-sex Party (Dir. Ciara Allen), Law & Order: SVU (NBC), Killer: Malevolence 3 (Dir. Stevan Mena), Don’t Know Jack (Hulu), Romance by Harry Winston (Dir. Noemie Lafrance), Make Space (Dir. Ben Sinclair & Katja Blichflichfeld), Dan Goes to Camp (Animal Planet), The Big Gulp (Dir. Kat George), Spicy Tuna (Dir. Jacuelyn Reyes), Sonnet 151 (Dir. Stephanie Gardner), Go With the Flow (Nantucket Shorts Festival), Real Talk (Ariella Naymark), Paper Dreams (Dir, Ryan Mitchel), The Perfect Color (Justin Halstead), Farewell Party (Dir. Patrick Nicholas Smith).
Alli was featured in an article titled, "The Lure of the Stage Lights," in the March/April 2014 issue of the Texas Techsan Alumni Magazine. Below is a quote in the article by actor Greg Mullavey.
"I know what it takes to be a success in this biz, and Alli's got the right stuff for success," Mullavey says. "All it is now is finding the right role in the right project and the sky's the limit. She has a Texas-sized exuberant charm that is part of her winning personality. Couple that with intelligence, her God-given talent, her ambition, stamina, and drive to her master her craft, and it makes for a futre that is a very bright one that will make this Texas Tech graduate one of whom all Red Raider alums can be proud." --Greg Mullavey (Actor)