|Born:||May 30, 1967|
|Years Active:||1991 - present|
Allison (Ali) Beth Adler, born May 30, 1967, is a former writer and co-executive producer on Glee, co-creator of The New Normal, executive producer, co-developer and writer on Supergirl and an author.
She was in a ten year relationship with Sara Gilbert before they split in 2011. Their son, Levi (b. October 2004), was carried by Adler, and their daughter, Sawyer (b. August 2007), was carried by Gilbert. They have joint custody.
Adler is engaged to Liz Brixius, a creator of the Showtime series Nurse Jackie.
She joined the writing staff of Glee along with five other writers after the second season. The other five writers are Marti Noxon, Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa, Michael Hitchcock, Matthew Hodgson and Ross Maxwell. She left after the end of the third season to focus on her work on Ryan Murphy's new NBC series The New Normal, although The New Normal was cancelled after one season. She also was an executive producer in many other shows.
She is the executive producer, co-developer and writer of the upcoming Supergirl - which stars Glee actress Melissa Benoist.
Her book How To F--k a Woman was released in May 2015.
|1991||Beverly Hills, 90210||Herself||Writer ("Pass, Not Pass," "Down and Out of District in Beverly Hills," "U4EA")|
|Inside Out||Herself||Writer: segment "Doubletalk" and video|
|1992||Inside Out IV||Herself||Writer: segment "Natalie Would" and video|
|1995||Sirens||Herself||Writer ("Color Blind")|
|1996||Flipper||Herself||Writer: ("Missile Crisis" and "Menace to Seaciety")|
|1999-||It's Like, You Know...||Herself||Executive Story Editor: 1999 - 2001 (12 episodes)|
|2001||Just Shoot Me!||Herself||2001 - 2002: Supervising Producer (16 episodes)|
|Family Guy||Herself||2001 - 2002: Producer (13 episodes)|
|2002||Still Standing||Herself||2002 - 2003: Supervising Producer (9 episodes)|
|Still Standing||Herself||2002 - 2003: Writer ("Still Reading," Still Spending," and "Still Excelling")|
|Just Shoot Me!||Herself||Writer ("Liotta? Liotta!" and "A Beautiful Mind")|
|Family Guy||Herself||Writer: ("Brian Wallows and Peter's Swallows")|
|2004||Life As We Know It||Herself||2004 - 2005: Co-Executive Producer (4 episodes) and Writer (1 episode)|
|2005||Commander in Chief||Herself||Writer (1 episode) and Co-Executive Producer (5 episodes)|
|2006||Women of a Certain Age||Herself||Executive Producer, Writer, and TV movie|
|Emily's Reasons Why Not||Herself||2006 - 2008: Executive Producer (2 episodes) and 2008: Co-Executive Producer (3 episodes)|
|2007||Chuck||Herself||2007 - 2009: Co-Executive Producer (34 episodes), 2007 - 2010: Writer (10 episodes), and 2010: Executive Producer (19 episodes)|
|2008||Chuck: Morgan's Vlog||Herself||Executive Producer|
|2010||No Ordinary Family||Herself||2010 - 2011: Co-Executive Producer (16 episodes) and Writer (6 episodes)|
|2011||Glee||Herself||2011 - 2012: Co-Executive Producer (22 episodes) and Writer (3 episodes)|
|2012||The New Normal||Herself||2013 - 2013: Executive Producer and Writer (22 episodes)|
|2015||Supergirl||Herself||Executive Producer and Writer|
- She said in her Twitter that she loves Brittana.
- ↑ 1.0 1.1 The Talk's Sara Gilbert, Partner Break Up
- ↑ Roseanne's Sara Gilbert Expecting Second Child
- ↑ Sara Gilbert and partner welcome second child
- ↑ [ http://www.nytimes.com/2015/06/04/fashion/mens-style/ali-adler-supergirl-writer-rescues-the-sexually-befuddled-man.html?_r=0 Ali Adler, ‘Supergirl’ Writer, Rescues the Sexually Befuddled Man]
- ↑ 'Glee': Six Join Writing Staff for Season 3