Aliza Pearl is an actress, writer, improviser, Trekkie, RPG host, and producer originally from Newark, NJ. Having gotten her start in musical theater, she regularly performs narrative improv with Ripley Improv, Star Trek improv show “The Improvised Generation”, and all-black female group Essence Improv.
On-screen acting credits include: Showtime's "House of Lies", "Days of Our Lives", recurring guest on BYUtv's "Show Offs!", feature films "Newly Single", "Anderson Falls", and "Faith Based", award winning indie feature “Something is Killing Tate” (Starz), plus various short films ("Beached" with Nic Collins, "The End" with Matthew Philip Smith) and viral videos with YouTube giants WongFu Productions, Black and Sexy TV, and Comediva's popular webseries "BAMF Girls Club”. She recently acted in and associate produced a completely improvised anthology series "As We Go Along" with Ripley Improv.
Recently, she was a host and RPG performer in a "Carnival Row" docuseries "Into Carnival Row" and its accompanying RPG tabletop game, "The Heist on the Row", all in partnership with Nerdist, Legendary TV, and Amazon. She has written comedy and "Nerdist News" videos for Nerdist, and is on live tabletop RPG shows “Callisto 6” “Shield of Tomorrow” and “Overlight” (as Gamemaster) on Geek & Sundry, and “Rat Queens” on Hyper RPG. She's appeared on panels at Star Trek Las Vegas (STLV), San Diego Comic Con, Los Angeles Comic Con, Long Beach Comic Con, and Geek Girl Con in Seattle. Aliza has co-written Nerdist Presents sketches and music parodies including “Team Nerdist Hitman”, “Young King - Black Panther Jaden Smith Parody” (co-writer, 1.4 million views), and “Darth Vader Teaches Branding” (co-writer); she wrote and starred in "When Your Co-Worker Gets Back From Wakanda.”