- Full Name Ali Macofsky
- Occupation Stand-up Comedienne
- Nationality American
- Birthplace California, USA
- Birth Date Sep 08, 1995
- Age 26 Years, 8 Months
Ali Macofsky | BiographyMacofsky worked as a production assistant for an episode of the TV series, 'The Jim Jefferies Show' in 2017
Macofsky became one of the semi-finalists on 'Standup NBC,' a comedy contest that started in 2003. 'StandUp NBC' brings in comedians from across the country with diverse backgrounds to perform in its designed segments. The show first holds regional auditions, followed by the Semi-Finalist Live Showcase, and finally, the Los Angeles Finalist Showcase.
Ali Macofsky is a California-based comedian with over a million views on 'Just For Laughs' Digital.
Who is Ali Macofsky?
Ali Macofsky is a comedian, actor, and the host of a podcast program, Resting Bitch. She has garnered over a million views on Just For Laughs Digital through her comedy gigs.
In addition, she was one of the semi-finalists in the reputed comedy competition, Standup NBC. Besides, she possesses acting credit for the TV short, Dag and Badam (2018).
Macofsky was a regular in over 100 episodes of the podcast show, Kill Tony by Comedy Store. She also guest-appeared on Joe Rogan Podcast on 13 April 2021.
Early Life and Education
Macofsky was born on 8 September 1995 in Los Angeles, California. She has loved to entertain others since her childhood. She wanted to gain attention and be noticed wherever she went. While in 3rd grade, she had already landed a job at KIIS FM station, where she prank-called listeners as Little Ally. She was just seven years old then. She continued the gig for almost four years and eventually realized the scope of gigs and performances and that it might be a viable career option for her.
She became passionate about stand-up comedy during her senior year of high school and has maintained that passion to this day, gaining a reputable place in the world of comedy gigs and performances.
Macofsky became one of the semi-finalists on Standup NBC, a comedy contest that started in 2003. StandUp NBC brings in comedians from across the country with diverse backgrounds to perform in its designed segments. The show first holds regional auditions, followed by the Semi-Finalist Live Showcase, and finally, the Los Angeles Finalist Showcase.
As a semi-finalist, Macofsky had an opportunity to connect with bookers, agents, casting directors, and television executives for future casting and development possibilities.
Furthermore, her stand-up had garnered more than a million views on Just For Laughs Digital. She was a mainstay on over 100 episodes of Kill Tony, a live podcast recorded in The Main Room of Hollywood's world-famous Comedy Store, and appeared on Joe Rogan Podcast.
Adding to her engagements, Macofsky had opened for well-known comedians such as Russell Peters, Andrew Santino, and Joe Rogan at theaters and stadiums around the country. At Bellco Theatre in November 2019, she served as the host for Joe Rogan, an American podcast host, comedian, and actor.
FriendShip was a four-day cruise event that happened in January 2020 with a blend of music performances. The event featured a lineup of entertaining performers ranging from dancers to DJs to comedians. Macofsky was amongst the lineup of this FriendShip event.
Macofsky's stand-up performance was on the second day of the four-day event.
4th of July
In honor of the Independence Day (4th of July) holiday weekend in 2021, the American beer Pabst Blue Ribbon released a massive 1,776-pack of beer, claiming the title of largest beverage package imaginable. It could hold 74 cases of beer. The package was not open for public distribution. Instead, the gigantic box of beers had just four released packages sent to four distinct partners who appealed to considerable audiences. One amongst them was Ali Macofsky.
Macofsky's father was astounded by the massive beer case. In an Instagram post dated 2 July 2021, Macofsky said she devised a prank on her father by inventing a false challenge called the PBR Chug Challenge, which she convinced her father to complete, or she would lose her influencer verification and clout. Despite the prank, he came out on top.
Macofsky also holds an acting credit for the TV short Dag and Badam (2018). She also worked as a production assistant for an episode of the TV series, The Jim Jefferies Show (2017). The episode was titled 'Roy Moore's Sexual Assault Allegations.' Furthermore, she starred in the TV mini-series documentary, The Comedy Store in 2020, and in the TV series Straight Up, Stand Up in 2018.
Podcast and Patreon
Macofsky hosts her weekly podcast program named Resting Bitch. The first episode was aired on 14 August 2019. Resting Bitch is Macofsky's weekly catch-up with the listeners on events from the week. She has had a range of guests in her program, from her father to UFC fighters.
Macofsky also has a Patreon account for the podcast, with 47 subscribers and monthly revenue of $466.