Ali Liebert is an actress, model, film producer, voiceover artist, and director- who is prominent for her appearances in TV shows like Kyle XY (2006), Harper’s Island (2009), Bomb Girls (2012), and Mech-X4 (2016). Bomb Girls: Facing the Enemy is the TV show for which she won the 2015 Canadian Screen Award.
Also, Ali has performed in the leading role in the 2009 film, Year of the Carnivore.
Bio, Wiki, And Family
Ali Liebert (real name: Alison Dyan Liebert) stands at a height extending 1.68 meters (5 ft 6 in) and weighs 123.5 lbs (56 kgs).
She was born on 20 August 1981 in Surrey, Canada to John Liebert and late Kathy Liebert. There, she got raised in Duncan, British Columbia, alongside her younger brother, Jeff.
Ali studied at the Canadian College of Performing Arts in Victoria for two years and shifted to Vancouver to pursue her career as an actress.
Is Ali Liebert Lesbian?
Ali came out lesbian in the year 2015 when she made her relationship public with her then-girlfriend, Charlie Hannah.
Besides, she had also been playing the role of a lesbian since the beginning. She played the role of gay babe Betty McRae in Bomb Girls, and Lost Girl… and THEN.
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Via her tweet on 27 April 2019, she revealed that the role of Betty McRae in Bomb Girls helped her to come out as queer.
Earlier, Ali was dating Charlie Hannah from 2015 to 2016. The couple even celebrated Valentine’s day together in February 2015.
Ali Liebert and partner Charlie Hannah celebrated their Valentine's day together in February 2015 (Photo: Ali Liebert's Instagram)
However, before Ali debuted in Bomb Girls, she identified as straight.
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She even had a boyfriend back in 2009 but broke up with him later. Despite her previous identity as a heterosexual, Ali was always supportive of the LGBT community.
Ali's mother passed away when she was twenty-three.
She made her first TV show appearance in October 2003 with the role of Marcie in an episode titled Rest in Peace of fantasy Tv series, Dead Like Me. Her first theatrical film was the role of Donna in the 2009 American drama film, Helen.
She won the 2013 Leo Award for “Best Supporting Performance by a Female in a Dramatic Series” for her role in Bomb Girls.
Ali Liebert won a Reel Canadian Indie Award for her film Afterparty in 2014.
Ali has directed the 2019 thriller movie, Amish Abduction.
She has provided vocals to several characters like My Little Pony: Equestria Girls Specials, Barbie: Princess Charm School, Barbie in the Pink Shoes, and Barbie and the Secret Door,