|Birth Date||September 18, 1970|
|Birth Place||San Francisco, California, US|
|Family|| Robin Gregory (mother)|
Jim Tyler (father)
Jeff Tietjens (husband)
Aisha Tyler was born in San Francisco, the daughter of Robin Gregory and Jim Tyler. Her parents divorced when she was 10 years old. Tyler attended Dartmouth College and earned a degree in environmental policy. After some time focusing on her comedy career, she moved to Los Angeles in 1996.
Tyler hosted Talk Soup and The Fifth Wheel in 2001, then dedicated herself to writing, directing, and acting in the short film The Whipper. She has had roles in many TV shows and films.
In January 2004 Tyler released her first book, Swerve: A Guide to the Sweet Life for Postmodern Girls. She regularly does volunteer work, plays on the World Poker Tour, and is an advocate for the LGBTQ community.
In 1992 Aisha Tyler married Jeff Tietjens, an attorney, who shares Tylers' love for home brewing beer.