Aisha Tyler, host of the brand new “Whose Line Is It Anyway”, is performing at The Wilbur Theatre on Saturday, April 19, and it’s a wonder the comedian, actress, author, director and activist can find the time to tour. Known for voicing the superspy character Lana Kane on FX’s hit comedy “Archer”, Tyler is one of the hardest-working women in entertainment.
Tyler wears many hats: she’s the co-host of CBS’s daily show “The Talk” and is currently busy filming the second season of “Whose Line”, which will premiere on March 21, in which she has expertly filled the shoes of former host Drew Carey. Tyler is also taping a new Ryan Murphy (“Glee”, “American Horror Story”) pilot for HBO entitled “Open”, which is about non-monogamous relationships. Add to that her 2013 New York Times best-seller, Self Inflicted Wounds: Heartwarming Tales of Epic Humiliation, and an award-winning podcast, and it’s clear to see why Tyler is one of the most sought-after talents performing today.
Tyler recently took the time to speak with the Boston Comedy Scene Examiner about her career and upcoming performance in Boston.