Ali Vingiano is a WGA Award-nominated TV writer, filmmaker, and actor. She wrote for the first two seasons of The Morning Show (Apple TV+) and was a producer for The Opposition w/ Jordan Klepper (Comedy Central). Most recently, she stars in the feature film The End of Us (SXSW ‘21). Prior to moving into TV & film, Ali wrote and directed over 100 short films and videos, both independently and for BuzzFeed, Glamour, and others, with over 500 million views online. She’s also written online for BuzzFeed News, The Hairpin, Newsday, Splitsider, and Hello Giggles, among other websites.
When Ali was 17, she started taking classes at Yoga Works. Since then, she has practiced Yoga and meditation at world renowned studios in India, Indonesia, and Costa Rica, and has traveled to over 20 countries. She lives in Los Angeles, where she completed her 200-hour Yoga Teacher Training at One Down Dog. She has additional 20-hour certificates in Trauma-Informed Yoga and Yoga Nidra from the Soma Yoga Institute.
In addition to teaching Yoga, Ali teaches TV writing at Script Anatomy.
Ali writes about creativity, wellbeing and the craft & career of writing on Substack. You can see more of her work on her personal website.