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Sunday, January 15 • 4:00pm - 5:30pm
SF Sketchfest Tribute to Aisha Tyler, in conversation with John Hodgman

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SF Sketchfest is delighted to host a Tribute to Aisha Tyler, an actor, comedian, author and director beloved across multiple forms of media. From voicing Lana on FX's animated show “Archer” to co-hosting “The Talk,” starring on the long-running drama “Criminal Minds” to hosting the wildly popular improv show “Whose Line Is It Anyway,” Aisha also recently directed her first feature film, continues to host her popular Girl on Guy podcast (also writing the best seller that came out of it), and is launching her own line of craft cocktails, Courage+Stone, this Spring. Aisha has truly set a pace and inspired newcomers, proving what can be possible in arts and industry. Aisha will be welcomed to the festival for a conversation with John Hodgman to discuss her multi-dimensional work, followed by an audience Q and A. $25

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John Hodgman

Before he went on television, John Hodgman was a simple writer, humorist, expert, and Former Professional Literary Agent living in New York City. In this capacity, he has served as the Humor Editor for the New York Times Magazine, frequent contributor to “This American Life,” advice columnist for McSweeney’s, comic book reviewer for the New York Times Book Review, and a freelance journalist specializing in food, culture... Read More →
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Aisha Tyler

Aisha Tyler voices the role of Lana Kane on FX’s Emmy-winning animated show "Archer," hosts of CBS’s Daytime Emmy Award-winning "The Talk," is a series regular on CBS’ hit drama "Criminal Minds," hosts the comedy improv show “Whose Line Is It Anyway?” and is the creator and host of her own podcast, "Girl on Guy with Aisha Tyler." | | Girl on Guy was chosen by iTunes as a best new comedy podcast of 2011, and has over... Read More →



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